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Post 1 made on Monday January 25, 2016 at 15:15
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Copied this from an Excel Doc. Not sure where the Asian characters came from. they are not on the original doc. Particularly interested in trying to create a pronto hex code for "54Smart Home0x7C"




1기본키CH+0x00
2CH-0x01
3VOL+0x02
4VOL-0x03
5RIGHT(▶)0x06
6LEFT(◀)0x07
7UP(▲)0x40
8DOWN(▼)0x41
9 OK0x44
10POWER0x08
11MUTE0x09
12INPUT0x0B
13TV0x0F[8/27] webOS에서 삭제 되나요?webOS에서 키는 삭제되나 기능은 유지 됩니다.[8/28] 키가 삭제되면 해당 기능을 검증할 방법이 없습니다. 키 삭제가 맞는거 같네요.[9/2] CS에 확인 결과 해당 키 삭제가 불가할 것 같다는 회신을 받아 키 재 추가 예정입니다.
1400x10
1510x11
1620x12
1730x13
1840x14
1950x15
2060x16
2170x17
2280x18
2390x19
24FLASHBK / Q.VIEW0x1A
25FAV0x1E
26BACK0x28
28Settings0x43
29"
LIST
"0x53[8/27] LIST에서 Live Menu로 의장 변경WebOS플랫폼만 적용[8/27] LIST에서 Live Menu로 의장 변경
30LIVE MENU0x9E
31EXIT0x5B
32BLUE0x61
33YELLOW0x63
34GREEN0x71
35RED0x72
36RATIO0x79
37SIMPLINK0x7E[8/27] Hot key 대응Hot key대응 필요[8/27] Hot key 대응
38INFO0xAA
39GUIDE0xAB
40AD0x91
41SAP0x91[8/27] 0x0A 키 정의, 일본에서도 음성절환으로 사용[8/27] 0x0A 키 정의, 일본에서도 음성절환으로 사용
42Sleep0x0E[8/27] 0x0E로 정의[8/27] 0x0E로 정의
43Picture0x4D[8/27] 0x4D로 정의[8/27] 0x4D로 정의
44Sound0x52[8/27] 0x52로 정의[8/27] 0x52로 정의
45SUBTITLE0x39
46PLAY0xB0
47STOP0xB1
48FF0x8E
49REWIND0x8F
50PAUSE0xBA
51DVR 전용● Record0xBD
52USP (smart)My Apps0x42[8/27] 8/22 상품기획 자료에서 My View (전체앱)으로 용어 확정됨.My View안에 Recents와 My Apps두개의 메뉴가 있으며 일반리모컨에서는 Recents와 My Apps 두 키만 적용함[8/28] My App 대응
53Recent0xB5[8/27] 신규 키코드 추가 필요[8/27] 신규 키코드 추가 필요
54Smart Home0x7C
55-0xDE
55USP (3D)3D0xDC
56User guide0x7A[8/27] 키 대응하지 않음키 유지 필요[8/29] 키 대응하기로 함
57지역특화Voice Changer0x0A
583way Input0x23
59CH Register0x2D
60Recording List0x90
61Screen Display0xAC
65│◀◀(rewind/previous skip)0xB2
66▶▶│(fast forward/skip)0xB3
67100x1A, 0xDE(Japan)
68110x1B, 0xDE(Japan)
69120x1C, 0xDE(Japan)
70DASH(-)0x4C
71TEXT0x20
72T.OPT0x21
730xBB[8/27] 신규 키코드 추가 필요신규 키코드 추가 필요[8/27] 신규 키코드 추가 필요
74TV/RAD0xF0
I'm no engineer, but I did stay at a Motel 6 last night!
Post 2 made on Tuesday January 26, 2016 at 02:23
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NEC1 device 4.251  function 0x7C decimal 124
0000 006C 0022 0002 015B 00AD 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0041 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0041 0016 0041 0016 0016 0016 0041 0016 0041 0016 0041 0016 0041 0016 0041 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0041 0016 0041 0016 0041 0016 0041 0016 0041 0016 0016 0016 0041 0016 0041 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0041 0016 05F7 015B 0057 0016 0E6C

Use IrScrutinizer's Generate tab, select NEC1, set D to 4, S to 251, and F to 0x7C
OP | Post 3 made on Wednesday January 27, 2016 at 17:15
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On January 26, 2016 at 02:23, 3FG said...
NEC1 device 4.251  function 0x7C decimal 124
0000 006C 0022 0002 015B 00AD 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0041 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0041 0016 0041 0016 0016 0016 0041 0016 0041 0016 0041 0016 0041 0016 0041 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0041 0016 0041 0016 0041 0016 0041 0016 0041 0016 0016 0016 0041 0016 0041 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0041 0016 05F7 015B 0057 0016 0E6C

Use IrScrutinizer's Generate tab, select NEC1, set D to 4, S to 251, and F to 0x7C

Thank you so much! works great.

How would a mere mortal like myself know to select NEC1, and to set D to 4 and S to 251?
I'm no engineer, but I did stay at a Motel 6 last night!
Post 4 made on Friday January 29, 2016 at 02:20
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Well, you could use IrScrutinizer to decode a few of the Pronto Hex for LG that are listed in posts here.  Or, the JP1 community has upgrades for LG Tvs, and the file JP1Master  would show you that just about all LG TVs use NEC1 device 4.   BTW, by convention for NEC if the sum of the device and subdevice number is 255, the subdevice is normally omitted.
Post 5 made on Monday February 22, 2016 at 07:26
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On January 25, 2016 at 15:15, Impaqt said...
Copied this from an Excel Doc. Not sure where the Asian characters came from. they are not on the original doc.

Hi, any chance you could post the original excel file?

Thanks,
Rick
Post 6 made on Monday February 22, 2016 at 08:11
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By the way I would pay for a discrete that can be used to fire Netflix directly on my WebOS equipped LG TV (or any other app, for that matter). I believe there should be a discrete for "fire application #" where # of course should be an index into the available applications... any takers? :-)

Last edited by leopardus2 on February 22, 2016 08:48.
Post 7 made on Tuesday February 23, 2016 at 10:22
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I'll give you the answer for free. Get yourself a JP1 remote (or any remote that takes pronto hex) and try all 256 possibilities using Nec1 Device 4. If Netflix or any other discretes exist, you'll find them. If they aren't one of those 256 codes, then the commands don't exist.
Post 8 made on Tuesday February 23, 2016 at 11:10
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Hmm, can't I do the same using the IrScrutinizer software cited above then?

Thanks
Rick
Post 9 made on Tuesday February 23, 2016 at 13:15
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On February 23, 2016 at 11:10, leopardus2 said...
Hmm, can't I do the same using the IrScrutinizer software cited above then?

Thanks
Rick

Of course, if you have an IR blaster on your PC. Most people don't have one of those. So a $3 remote is a better option in that case.
Post 10 made on Tuesday February 23, 2016 at 13:56
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I have a Control4 controller with IR blaster that I can use for this test.
However, I am a complete newbie at IR codes.
I understand the Nec1 is the protocol, Device 4 as suggested above for LG TV's,
but then there are 2 more fields, subdevice (S) and function (F) so when you say to test all 256 values I guess you are talking about the F field? Should I just set 251 as subdevice as suggested above?

Thanks again
Rick
Post 11 made on Tuesday February 23, 2016 at 14:09
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Also, to remain on topic, I was able to capture the "smart home" discrete code from my non magic remote (my LG TV comes with two remotes).
The code I captured is quite different from the one posted above and generated using the tool:

0000 006c 0022 0002 0157 00ac 0014 0017 0014 0016 0015 0041 0014 0017 0014 0016 0015 0016 0014 0017 0014 0017 0014 0041 0014 0041 0015 0016 0014 0041 0015 0041 0014 0041 0015 0041 0014 0041 0014 0017 0014 0017 0014 0041 0014 0041 0015 0041 0014 0041 0015 0041 0014 0016 0015 0041 0014 0041 0015 0016 0014 0017 0014 0016 0015 0016 0014 0017 0014 0041 0015 05f9 0157 0057 0014 0e50

Not sure why. Specifically I have "0157 00ac" where all the codes generated have "015b 00ad". Anyone knows what that means? Sorry for the naive questions!

Rick
Post 12 made on Tuesday February 23, 2016 at 14:20
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Yes, F would be 0 to 255. I think S of 251 is optional. I'd try a known code like Power (F = 8) first to make sure you're on the right track. You can skip the posted codes (convert from hex to dec) to save some effort if you want.

If you find anything new, please post your results.

Here are some discrete codes (in decimal) you can also skip:
90 DSCRT AV1
208 DSCRT AV2
191 DSCRT COMP1
212 DSCRT COMP2
206 DSCRT HDMI1
204 DSCRT HDMI2
233 DSCRT HDMI3
218 DSCRT HDMI4
197 DSCRT OFF
196 DSCRT ON
119 DSCRT RATIO 16:9
118 DSCRT RATIO 4:3
175 DSCRT RATIO ZOOM
213 DSCRT RGB-PC
214 DSCRT TV
Post 13 made on Tuesday February 23, 2016 at 15:55
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Just found it! The code to select the Netflix app is 0x42 ("My Apps"), I generated it using IrScrutinizer following the steps above (Nec1, Device 4, Sub 251, Function 0x42).

It opens the smart menu and selects the app directly but to fire it I need to send ENTER right after it.

Anyways it's much more reliable than sending SMART, RIGHT, ENTER.

Thanks guys for the hints and for your time!

Rick
Post 14 made on Thursday December 29, 2016 at 09:34
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Just for completeness, I used IrScrutinizer to generate a CCF with all 255 discrete codes, and tested them with my 65E6P (2016 LG OLED). This wasn't such a good idea, but I'll get to that shortly. While going through them, I took notes on what I found. In particular, I was looking for two things:

1) Discrete codes to go to specific picture modes (ISF Dark, ISF Light)
2) A code which would show some information about the incoming signal (resolution, frame rate, etc.)

In the end, I found neither. But here's what I did find (all values decimal, and NOT including any that are already described above, unless I noted a difference):

51 - Puts the TV in store demo mode. I'm not sure if this is the same as doing so from the settings menu. It had a neat feature to select which demos to play, and to allow you to load demos from the USB drive as well. Pretty useless though, as it puts the TV in torch mode.

59 - Popped up a box that said "No Options Available"
60 - Same as 59

69 - Seems to do the same thing as 67 (brings up the small settings menu on the right side of the screen)

79 - Show the current input (HDMI1 etc.) in the upper left corner.

83 - (which is listed above as LIST) seems to do the same thing as 76 (CHANNELS)

91 - (which is listed above as EXIT) seems to go to AV input 1. (but that is listed above as 90, so maybe I was off by one here?)

115 - Volume Down
116 - Volume Up
117 - Popup that says "Register Magic Remote"
131 - Popup that says "Only Specific (remotes?) can be paired."
146 - The same as 77 which cycles through picture modes, and is the closest I came to finding the discrete picture modes that I was looking for.
149 - Energy savings
175 - Live Zoom (listed above as well)

181 - Listed above as Recent, and it is...but I don't know if there is any other way to get to this particular feature. I pops up a list of recent things you've done on the TV, a lot like to main "Home" screen", but larger, and only along the bottom of the screen.

187 - Not really documented above, but it is on the list. This is a "Sports Mode" toggle. But, yuck. When you toggle it off, it seems to always revert to "Standard" picture mode? Maybe I had accidentally been in "Standard" when I found this code though? If this interests you, it might be worth checking if it really toggles back to where you were before.

220 - On the list above, but a little hidden. This is the "3d" button.

222 - Popup that says "Register remote"

234 - This one is pretty neat. It pops up a small menu arranged in a circle at the bottom center of the screen that has four options. Power (to turn off the set), Input (to popup the input selection on the right side of the screen), Settings (to jump to the settings), and a selection to leave the "mini-menu."

250 thru 255 *Should not be played with unless you are doing so intentionally"

I didn't know this, but those code are in the range that gives you access to the service menus. Here's how it went for me (for your amusement).

250 - Popup that says "Enter password" (space for 4 digits)
251 - Popup that says "Enter password" (space for 4 digits)
252 - Popup that cycles through different video settings "VidCheck" - So, different values for brightness/color/tint/sharpess. It calls this "P-Check (factory-mode)".
253 - Popup that cycles through differnt sound settings "Sound Check"
254 - Oops. This put me in "Power Only Mode" which is a white screen with instructions on getting out of this mode. I couldn't make it work at first, but eventually I did. I think you press "Back/Exit", and then Power off. But when I powered back on, I was in some other factory mode. And while I was in this mode, the other codes in the 250+ range brought up different service menus. I think what ultimately got out of this mode was when it was telling me to hit "InStop" (Install Stop?), or "InStart" (Install Start?) and realizing that that was probably one of the earlier codes (it is...250 and 251 seem to be InStop and InStart). In the end, this fun excursion did a full factory reset, and I was back to having a brand new TV (which meant I lost my calibration...)

I believe these service menu codes are well documented elsewhere, so please just view my above description solely for amusement. I should go do some research to see how bad my guesses really are. :-)

Other than that, I hope I saved someone some time by going through this exercise.

-Kevin

Last edited by kgoroway on December 29, 2016 09:42.


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