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"List" button problem for HD DirecTV TiVo
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Post 1 made on Monday September 18, 2006 at 03:24
sumocomputers
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I have a Hughes HR10-250 HD DirecTV TiVo and of course the Philips RC9800i (which for me is awesome). Just got it at Costco for $249.

Essentially the problem is this:

After trying several codesets (most of which work fine), I go to "Watch PVR" and navigate to the second page of the controls for the DVR in question (listed above).

All functions work great, but the "List" button doesn't do anything. No problem, so I go to learn that specific command as it works on the original remote, but the "List" command does not show up in any of the codesets that I have tried, and I even tried Hughes, DirecTV, and TiVo for brands.

So it appears on the control page as a graphic/button, but does not exist in any of the codesets as a function (I have tried about 15 distinct codesets).

I hope my question is clear, and maybe I am just missing something obvious.

Thanks


Chris
Post 2 made on Friday September 22, 2006 at 18:06
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go to settings -> rooms and a/v devices -> add/edit a/v devices -> select the correct device -> edit -> IR codeset

from there look on the list of all the commands and use the learning function for the button you want programmed. If it is not listed on the rc9800i you will have to make it a user defined button, which sucks because you cant change the name and will have to memeroize what User Defined Button 1 does heh

hope this helps.
OP | Post 3 made on Saturday September 23, 2006 at 01:32
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On September 22, 2006 at 18:06, misfitzx138 said...
go to settings -> rooms and a/v devices -> add/edit a/v
devices -> select the correct device -> edit -> IR codeset

from there look on the list of all the commands and use
the learning function for the button you want programmed.
If it is not listed on the rc9800i you will have to make
it a user defined button, which sucks because you cant
change the name and will have to memeroize what User Defined
Button 1 does heh

hope this helps.

Yeah, did that. The "list" funtion simply wasn't there (even tried multiple codesets). And Philips biggest mistake was not allowing custom labels on the user buttons. Grrrrrr
Post 4 made on Thursday October 5, 2006 at 14:07
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On September 23, 2006 at 01:32, sumocomputers said...
Yeah, did that. The "list" funtion simply wasn't there
(even tried multiple codesets). And Philips biggest mistake
was not allowing custom labels on the user buttons. Grrrrrr

I created a custom codeset for my DirecTV H10 HD sat receiver because there was no built-in codeset for it, and and all the buttons for a PVR are there including the List function. Of course, since my satellite receiver is not a PVR model, I have extra activity pages that I don't need.
Post 5 made on Thursday October 5, 2006 at 19:02
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On October 5, 2006 at 14:07, Rambler358 said...
I created a custom codeset for my DirecTV H10 HD sat receiver
because there was no built-in codeset for it, and and
all the buttons for a PVR are there including the List
function. Of course, since my satellite receiver is not
a PVR model, I have extra activity pages that I don't
need.

Your H10 file won't work on the OP's HR10-250 HD-tivo. Different IR commands all together.
Post 6 made on Thursday October 5, 2006 at 19:25
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On October 5, 2006 at 19:02, edmund said...
Your H10 file won't work on the OP's HR10-250 HD-tivo.
Different IR commands all together.

Yes, I realize that. What I was trying to say was that by selecting the DirecTV brand and using the Custom codeset, the OP could record his DVR functionality (including the List command) from his original remote.
Post 7 made on Monday October 9, 2006 at 03:22
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On October 5, 2006 at 19:25, Rambler358 said...
Yes, I realize that. What I was trying to say was that
by selecting the DirecTV brand and using the Custom codeset,
the OP could record his DVR functionality (including the
List command) from his original remote.
Andersen


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