Alternative keymaps for Pivos XIOS DS remote
Alternative keymaps for the Pivos XIOS DSremote, as suggested by the community.
1 Installing keymaps
There are a few methods to load custom keymaps on Kodi.
1.1 File manager
- Save the keymap you want to use as a plain text file as "keymap.xml" (it can be anything as long as it ends in .xml) on the file share.
- Go to the File Manager in Kodi. For the default skin, Confluence, highlight the "System" tab and then select the submenu "File manager" option.
- Add the file share as a source in the "A" window, then navigate to where the keymap file is.
- In the "B" window go do the Profile directory which will be the userdata folder, then open the keymaps folder.
- Highlight the keymap file from the "A" window, then press menu, and then select copy. This will copy the selected keymap to the Fire TV's userdata folder.
- Now just restart Kodi to load the new keymap.
1.2 Copy directly to userdata folder
- Save the keymap you want to use as a plain text file as "keymap.xml" (it can be anything as long as it ends in .xml)
- Use a file manager of your choice, such as the one build into your OS, and copy this file to the userdata folder within the keymaps folder.
Operating system File path Android Android/data/org.xbmc.kodi/files/.kodi/userdata/ (see note) iOS /private/var/mobile/Library/Preferences/Kodi/userdata/ LibreELEC /storage/.kodi/userdata/ Linux ~/.kodi/userdata/ OSMC /home/osmc/.kodi/userdata/ Mac /Users/<your_user_name>/Library/Application Support/Kodi/userdata/ (see note) Windows %APPDATA%\Kodi\userdata Windows UWP %LOCALAPPDATA%\Packages\XBMCFoundation.Kodi_4n2hpmxwrvr6p\LocalCache\Roaming\Kodi\
2 Keymap 1
Should work on both Android and Linux versions.
2.1 What it does
Changes from the default are shown in bold print.
- Contextual menu
- Directional pad: Up, Down, Right, Left
- Volume (on side)
- Video playback
- Small step back (-7 seconds)
- Directional pad:
- Up: +10 minutes or next chapter
- Down: -10 minutes or previous chapter
- Right: +30 seconds
- Left: -30 seconds
- Volume (on side)
- On-Screen-Display controls
- Cut and paste the following into a new text document and save as keyboard.xml and place in
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <keymap> <FullscreenVideo> <keyboard> <c>seek(-7)</c> <menu>SmallStepBack</menu> <backspace>Stop</backspace> <i>OSD</i> <return>Play</return> </keyboard> </FullscreenVideo> <VideoOSD> <keyboard> <i>Back</i> </keyboard> </VideoOSD> </keymap>