Updating logitech harmony remote
To manually configure the USB drivers, refer to this article. 64-bit Mode Has Been Enabled The USB drivers for the Harmony 900/1000/1100 remotes are not compatible with 64-bit mode and therefore will not allow the remote to communicate with the Harmony remote software.
If you have enabled 64-bit mode on your Mac, you will need to boot your Mac into 32-bit mode.
With an ever growing roster of more than 270,000 compatible devices, Logitech Harmony remotes work with the devices you own now as well as those you might buy tomorrow.This works for turning on or off your Activities (like Watch TV), managing media playback such as skip forward, play and pause, increasing or lowering volume, and directly tuning to channels such as ESPN, or channel number 29.Optimized for Smart Home skill already enabled can begin using these new commands immediately, no update required.We’ve heard from a number of customers who are having problems with updating their Harmony 900, 1000 or 1100 remote on Mac Snow Leopard (10.6), so that’s the topic I’d like to tackle today.If you’ve experienced this issue, you probably saw the following message displayed on your Harmony remote software when you tried to update your remote: There are 3 possible causes which could be preventing your Harmony 900, 1000 or 1100 from communicating with the Harmony remote software. Firewall is Enabled The firewall included as part of the OS will interfere with the communication between the remote and Harmony software.