(2016-06-25 16:19)bam80 Wrote:(2016-06-22 16:58)Jeffers24 Wrote:Thanks Jeffers24, does it mean that sleep mode completely transparent for you?(2016-06-22 16:30)bam80 Wrote: Is it have "first-char-wakeup-sends-bad-code" behavior as [MX3-M], so that it needs to push button twice after sleep?If I wake the remote up by pressing the cursor key the cursor appears on the screen and if I move the remote the cursor moves as expected.
If I wake the remote by pressing the return key the expected action happens.
So I only press a button once and the expected action happens.
Are you sure remote was sleeping when you pressed the keys? How did you know that? Does it reacts with delay in that case? How much time does it need to sleep?
I did not realise remotes went to sleep until I had the cursor problem with the MX3 RXii, when waking it back up by pressing a key.
I found the MX3 went to sleep after 20 seconds then when I tried to use it the cursor woke up and it did not operate as I expected it to making it unusable, I did not realise at the time that the MX3 transmitted an incorrect code until you reported it, that would contribute to making the MX3 more difficult to use :-)
With the T3 as stated above I do not know it goes to sleep, it operates like I expect it to and like any other remote I have ever used. There is no delay, you press the key and the receiving box responds immediately. Even after not touching the remote for 15 - 30 minutes
Order one from Amazon, if does not operate correctly you can return it as I did with my MX3. Just make sure you order the correct remote as there are a lot of similar looking ones at different prices. The one I ordered from Amazon UK was at this link:- https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01F...UTF8&psc=1 you may see cheaper remotes with similar/same name that look the same/similar but they are not the same.