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Openbox vx2

Discussion in 'Kodi - Android box - Firesticks - MXQ' started by seddo2007, Dec 6, 2018.

  1. seddo2007

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    hi got a openbox vx2 plugged in picture comes on but can not navigate with remote the odd time it will move
     
  2. joe516

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    the remote are not good m8 get yourself air mouse keyboard
     
  3. seddo2007

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    Thanks mate a try that
     
  4. ianw314

    ianw314 TK Veteran Forum Supporter

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    Try switching off from mains and rebooting, also maybe try another HDMI cable as I've had the same problem and it was a faulty HDMI cable that came with box.
     
  5. seddo2007

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    Tried 3 different hdmi leads 1 was virgin 1 was sky and other come with box
     
  6. ianw314

    ianw314 TK Veteran Forum Supporter

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    Tried replacing remote batteries?
     
  7. seddo2007

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    Yep tried that thinking either box or tv but all hdmi work with other things on tv
     
  8. ianw314

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    Worth contacting supplier for some advice.
     
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  9. pxr5

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    Try pressing the mouse button on/off. I've spent times trying to navigate and the controller was in mouse mode with the cursor jammed into one corner so I couldn't see it. Worth a shot. I take it the power button works on the controller to switch the unit on and off?
     
  10. lamblamb

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    might sound daft, do you have a compact flourescent light bulb in the room?

    they have been know to interfere with remote signals on occasion.