Remote USB Driver Due to a Windows 10 update that affects drivers of USB devices, some remotes may no longer be recognized in Liftoff. To get your remote working again, you can attempt the following steps. Open your Windows 10 devices menu through the Settings screen. Click the ‘Devices. Now either wake up your MX Remote or connect it if it wasn't connected and you'll here the USB acknowledgment beep from Windowsa and then your MX-XXX will be configured. However, this configuration involves installing the URC USB Sync MX device driver - 'this is not what you want.'

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32-bit software such as MyHarmony and Logitech Harmony Remote legacy software will no longer run on macOS 10.15 & above (Catalina/Big Sur).
If you’re using a hub-based remote, you will need to use the Harmony app on your iOS or Android device. You can also continue to use MyHarmony on a computer running Windows or macOS 10.14 or lower.
If you have a remote that doesn't use a hub, you may download the latest software using the links on this page.

If you’re planning to upgrade to macOS 11.0, there will be a delay in having the legacy software supported on macOS 11.0 Big Sur. We recommend holding off on upgrading to macOS 11.0 Big Sur if you need to access your remote’s account.

See Harmony and macOS (Catalina/Big Sur) for the latest information.

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32-bit software such as MyHarmony and Logitech Harmony Remote legacy software will no longer run on macOS 10.15 & above (Catalina/Big Sur).

If you’re using a hub-based remote, you will need to use the Harmony app on your iOS or Android device. You can also continue to use MyHarmony on a computer running Windows or macOS 10.14 or lower.

If you have a remote that doesn't use a hub, you may come back to this page and download the latest software once you have upgraded to Catalina, your operating system and version will be detected by the page and you will be provided with the correct software for your Mac.

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See Harmony and macOS (Catalina/Big Sur) for the latest information.

Use the MyHarmony desktop software or Harmony mobile app* to set up and sign in to your account. From there, you can add devices, set up Harmony Activities, and make changes to your configuration. If you have a Harmony hub-based product, use the Harmony mobile app to set up and configure Harmony.

If you're using an older Harmony remote model, such as Harmony One, 880, 900, 1000, or 1100, see: Logitech Remote Software v7.x

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*You must have a hub-based product to use the Harmony mobile app.


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This topic describes best practices about implementing the remote wakeup capability in a client driver.

USB devices that can respond to external wake signals while suspended are said to have a remote wakeup capability. Examples of devices that have a remote wakeup capability are mice, keyboards, USB hubs, modems (wake on ring), NICs, wake on cable insertion. All of these devices are capable of producing remote wake signaling. Devices that are not capable of generating remote wake signaling include video cameras, mass storage devices, audio devices, and printers.

Drivers for devices that support remote wakeup signaling must issue an IRP_MN_WAIT_WAKE IRP, also known as a wait wake IRP, to arm the device for remote wakeup. The wait wake mechanism is described in the section Supporting Devices That Have Wake-Up Capabilities.

When Does the System Enable Remote Wakeup on a USB Leaf Device?

In USB terminology, a USB device is enabled for remote wakeup when its DEVICE_REMOTE_WAKEUP feature is set. The USB specification specifies that host software must set the remote wakeup feature on a device 'only just prior' to putting the device to sleep.

For this reason, the USB stack does not set the DEVICE_REMOTE_WAKEUP feature on a device after receiving a wait wake IRP for the device. Instead, it waits until it receives a IRP_MN_SET_POWER request to change the WDM device state of the device to D1/D2. Under most circumstances, when the USB stack receives this request, it both sets the remote wakeup feature on the device and puts the device to sleep by suspending the device's upstream port. When you design and debug your driver, you should keep in mind that there is a loose relationship between arming a USB device for wakeup in software, by means of a wait wake IRP, and arming the device for wakeup in hardware by setting the remote wakeup feature.

The USB stack does not enable the device for remote wakeup when it receives a request to change the device to a sleep state of D3, because according to the WDM power model, devices in D3 cannot wake the system.

Why Does Attaching or Detaching My Device Produce a Different Wakeup Behavior in Windows XP and Windows Vista and later versions of Windows?

Another unique aspect of the USB implementation of the WDM power mode regards the arming of USB hubs for remote wakeup. In Microsoft Windows XP all hub devices between host controller and the USB device are armed for wakeup whenever the USB device is armed for wakeup. This produces the surprising consequence that when sleeping devices are detached they will wake up the system.

In Windows Vista and later versions of Windows, if a USB leaf device on the bus is armed for wake, the USB stack will also arm the USB host controller for wake, but it will not necessarily arm any of the USB hubs upstream of the device. The USB hub driver arms a hub for remote wakeup only if the USB stack is configured to wake up the system on attach and detach (plug/unplug) events.

Note UHCI (Universal Host Controller Interface) USB host controllers do not distinguish between remote wake signaling and connect change events on root hub ports. This means the system will always wake from a low system power state if a USB device is connected to or disconnected from a root hub port, if there is at least one device behind the UHCI controller that is armed for wake.

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