it was mentioned on another thread, for Pioneer receiver as well, but for DeviceCode 0300.
Another example - there is a "Direct Access" button on a front panel, but there is no such a button on original remote. At the same time you will see Advanced Code for "Direct Access" on TUN080 sheet. P.S. "Direct" and "Direct Access" are different functions. 1st is related to bypassing tone control, 2nd - to tuner frequency.
just because some other devices, even if made by the same mfr. all have the same functions. Also, just because there's a button on the unit, that doesn't mean that the button has a remote access signal. My eq has buttons to enter memory settings, but I can;t mimic those buttons with an Ir signal. You apparantly use AMP_0013 for the receiver. If you're so convinced there is a "direct" signal, set the rmote in the receiver mode, and press P-E,F,C with efc=000>255. If it exists, you should hit it. If not, then it simply doesn't exist. Jim
Bad news :-( URC9910 doesn't have AMP013 and TUN080 codes. It seems I will have to go with JP1. Still cannot find advanced codes for Menu Arrow Keys for TV0054 (Philips). I'm unable to correctly learn those keys from original remote (due to Philips specifics?), so I'm still searching for advanced codes. Any help will be appreciated. AZ
I have finally found almost everything (for Philips TV). Will post results later. Regarding Pioneer - will get older OFA remote on weekend and play with AMP013 and TUN080 codes. Hope I will find "Direct" button ;-)
Try whatever works, the second half looks like the original UEIC list and first half looks to be a list of what others have found. You go by whats written in lower case.
In both sections, the three digit numbers are the EFC numbers and the lower case descriptions are the functions that someone reported being activated by that EFC number.
Rob has merged together information from multiple sources. The two sections DO NOT indicate the source of the information (UEI vs. users).
The second section usually indicates EFCs that are also assigned by the setup code to certain buttons on a certain model of UEI remote. In that example, it doesn't say which model and it mentions buttons like "SHIFT STOP" which on most models can't be assigned by the setup code. I don't know whether those really are assigned that way on some model, or whether the information here doesn't follow the usual rules.
In either case, you can try the indicated button (upper case) to see if it does the indicated command (lower case) and if it doesn't, also try the EFC.
already used it, but I don't understand the second half of the page. For example:
048 SHIFT STOP......Menu Down 046 FAST FORWARD....Menu Up
078 STOP............Menu Down 144 SHIFT PLAY......Menu Up
so I'm confused.... what should I use as Menu up/down for 0054?
To clear up some confusion about these advance code lists at Rob's site.
Most of them are what ueic emails you when you ask for them. Rob generally posts them as is. He'll add to them as users find and forward them to him. Both of those reportings look like ueic provided. You have to rmember, MANY different outfits will use a certain setup code, some will use certain functions, while not use others. ueic's listing tries to include all of them. They do try and provide all the advance codes they can, when they know about them. My Magnavox tv's happen to use TV_0054. Since some mfr. has used 048 as menue down, they included this in the setup code. for the 1994 it'll be found on the shift stop key. (yes they have assigned to shift buttons). Since another known mfr used 078 for their menu up, they put that on the stop button. since TV's DON'T have a stop function, it merely gave an empty button to put it on. So Stop, in TV mode for 0054 will send the 078 efc signal. The left designations will be the actual buttons they are assigned to, the right designation the MOST LIKELY function it will perform. You won't have to do a "search" other than try each button as listed on the left, and see if it does what's listed on the right. There's no guarantee that it will do what it sez on the right, since any particular mfr can scramble around the efc's to do whatever they want. The point is that the particular efc listed is embedded in the setup code, and accessible by pressing the button(s) indicated on the left side of the list. Once found, you can either leave it as is, or keymove it whereever You want. Jim
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