I've tried even in the dark, but ipronto just wont learn it... thats why I tried to extract the code from the pronto pro.
I'll try the IR Tool and come back to post the results.
So, its normal for ipronto to change the hex code ?
Thanx for the post.
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I downloaded a couple of tools from the Files section, but all I could do is to Decode the Hex Code with the Pronto IR Tool and find out that the learned IR code from the Pronto Pro is 109 cycles=38.029 Khz, has Carrier 006d and the '0' equals 0010 0010 and '1' equals 0010 002e... Also got that decoded and obtain the Raw Code... now what ???
After comparing the codes between what I input and what the iPronto "encodes", I realize iPronto cuts the last few 1's and 0's, how can I input a RAW code into an iPronto button ? or what can I do to stop iProntoEdit editing the code ?
Last edited by arcodi
on May 6, 2008 23:22.