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NVIDIA Shield Pro (2019) and Pronto
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Post 1 made on Sunday November 3, 2019 at 14:16
Long Time Member
June 2003
Just got an NVIDIA Shield Pro (2019). It doesn't have an IR receiver. It only supports bluetooth. For those interested, I was able to use a Flirc USB to control it with a Pronto TSU9400. Below is more information:

Post 2 made on Thursday February 27, 2020 at 13:36
Long Time Member
January 2007
Interesting. I had similar thoughts about using a FLIRC and managed to get it working with HomeAssistant ( on a raspberry pi.

Using Home Assistant means you can control pretty much anything that can be added and in theory even kick of automations to do multiple tasks with a single IR code.

I got it working bit never got round to completing the setup must remember to get it up and running again.
2 Pronto RU950 (UK version of TSU3000) and a Li 910 RF extender

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