Until you disconnect your recalbox from Wifi or Ethernet, you can't disable it.
So Recalbox checks for Updates even if I disable this Option (Check for Updates) as long as it is connect to the Internet ?
Than why is this Option there at all ?
If I disconnet Recalbox from the Internet it can't check for Updates hence it can't give me a Notification that a new Update is available !
I think this is plain stupid, please explain why this Option is available at all.
Well, at last in Recalbox 6 (which I still use, because it works fine for me) this Option do what it should do.
I disabled "Check for Updates" and since than I never get a Message that a new Upate is availabel even if Recalbox is connectet to the Internet.
After some testing, I've realised that there is no need for disabling hci_uart in relalbox 6.1.1 because my USB bluetooth dongle works well on default settings. There is no need for disabling RPi's 3B+ onboard bt module too (by adding dtoverlay=pi3-disable-bt in config. txt).
I built this using a Raspberry Pi 3. I have set it up to be able to be connected to a TV through HDMI and it turns the portable into a console. I have it set up to connect through Bluetooth to two PlayStation 2 controllers. My problem is that the pigrrl gamepad PCB (that is connected to the gpio pins) is always player 1. I want to be able to temporarily (and easily) disable the PCB gamepad so that I can play with just two PS2 controllers and the player 1 spot isn't taken by the PCB. Any thoughts?