No "Power On" button with XBMC Android Remote

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I had it working great on my Samsung Moment.
Got it working on the Motorola i1
Have it working great on one Samsung Epic 4g.
But, now I have a 2nd Epic, and everything else works great. But, I don't have the "power on" button to bring the PC back up from sleep mode.

All I have when the PC is is sleep mode is: "use as remote control" and "Try again to connect".
I'm stumped as to what I'm doing wrong here.

Any ideas?
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...figured it out.

The PC's MAC address was populated in the working Epic's XBMC host settings.
And it was blank in the non-working Epic. Just copied the info over and viola.

Posted the solution rather than deleting thread in case anyone else has this issue.
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