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What is the deal with the official Roomie forums?
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Post 1 made on Saturday October 25, 2014 at 05:13
nellie7979
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They are awful. The mods manually approve every single post so it's pretty hard to get a good discussion going amongst installers. I've tried to start threads or add to discussions and half the time my posts aren't posted for no apparent reason. I see here that RemoteCentral has a catch-all category for smartphone remote control apps, but I think Roomie should have its own forum. If not here, somewhere, because the "official" Roomie forums are far too heavily censored for constructive conversations to take place.
OP | Post 2 made on Friday October 31, 2014 at 23:41
nellie7979
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Interestingly, I have heard from more than one individual through PMs that Roomie has exercised a somewhat surprising amount of control over how their product is discussed. Their forums are almost useless as a resource from custom installers, and it appears that AVS Forum posts may be censored as well.
Post 3 made on Thursday April 23, 2015 at 11:03
nono
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hi nelli7979 ;)
I used roomie some months ago, but never used their forums.
One time, I just asked a question concerning a hardware BDP not mentioned in their compatibility list. Someone from roomie support team helped me find the right model to use for compatibility, and despite it was not 100% compatible, i was able to use the majority of buttons. Finaly, the best solution i found came from myself (network sniff).
Regards.
Post 4 made on Wednesday May 27, 2015 at 17:47
surferfrdad
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If what you say nelli is true, it's really surprising, because looking for a universal remote app for people with disability, i've found today on kickstarter some one, newmote, that seems to be 'customer oriented', using open forums to achieve their goal !!!
i will continue to search here in forums if there are other universal remote control apps for people with visual disability.

regards.


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