You didn't say whether you tried my guess at the corrected OK signal (in post 6 above). Now that I see the others I am more confident that my guess in post 6 was correct.
Notice all the good learns begin with 0000 0073 0000 0012 000F 000A 0006 000A 0006 0016
but the bad learns all begin with
0000 0073 0000 0011 000F 000A 0006 0016
So you can fix the Pronto hex of any of the bad ones, by changing the burst count from 0011 to 0012 and adding the missing burst 0006 000A into the correct position.
Alternately, you could generate clean Pronto Hex for the entire set of signals, using the MakeHex program, using the file Nokia32.irp and setting the device=35.64
The function numbers (for selecting Pronto Hex strings from the MakeHex output) are
204 = Guide 92 = OK 240 = Video on Demand 44 = Play
On May 11, 2007 at 22:21, chazmedia said...
I've definately determined there are a few more codes that don't work than I first thought.
If they start the same as the four bad ones you quoted, then they need the same correction.
Also, I found a CCF file for a Foxtel device that uses the same protocol and apparently the same function numbers (but a different device number so you can't directly use its Pronto Hex). I extracted its list of function numbers and pasted it below. That may give you more info on which functions from MakeHex output do what: