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    Changing Keys

    D+ has changed keys and I wanted to change them but the new keys that I've found have 32 keys each row. My "Key Editor" only allows me to place 16 keys each row. Do I need to update my Firmware or there is a way around this.

    Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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    Post Re: Changing Keys

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    Re: Changing Keys

    Quote Originally Posted by Superfly77
    D+ has changed keys and I wanted to change them but the new keys that I've found have 32 keys each row. My "Key Editor" only allows me to place 16 keys each row. Do I need to update my Firmware or there is a way around this.

    Any help will be greatly appreciated.
    I have the same problem :( I saw somewhere they split the 32 key over 2 16 key rows (with indexes 00 and 01 for the first and 02 and 03 for the second), but I can't get D+ to work anyway... I got a kaon 220 receiver. Any help would be greatly appreciated

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    Re: Changing Keys

    You must download a new firmware and flash your receiver.
    Those from upload center work fine.

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