No "Power On" button with XBMC Android Remote
I had it working great on my Samsung Moment.
Got it working on the Motorola i1
Have it working great on one Samsung Epic 4g.
But, now I have a 2nd Epic, and everything else works great. But, I don't have the "power on" button to bring the PC back up from sleep mode.

All I have when the PC is is sleep mode is: "use as remote control" and "Try again to connect".
I'm stumped as to what I'm doing wrong here.

Any ideas?
...figured it out.

The PC's MAC address was populated in the working Epic's XBMC host settings.
And it was blank in the non-working Epic. Just copied the info over and viola.

Posted the solution rather than deleting thread in case anyone else has this issue.
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