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How to learn Netflix, Hulu, Prime buttons from Samsung TV
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Post 1 made on Monday October 2, 2023 at 09:09
nixima
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I have a Samsung Q70R TV and I would like to use my MX-850 remote with it. I found some device files from this site for Samsung TVs but they are all older and don't have the Netflix, Hulu, Prime buttons. I'm not seeing a way with the TV to get the remote to go into IR mode so I can learn its buttons. Anyone have any ideas?
Post 2 made on Tuesday October 3, 2023 at 12:13
hdtvluvr
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So you’ve looked through all the menus for a way to turn off Bluetooth? Some tvs have that.
Post 3 made on Tuesday November 28, 2023 at 19:11
SysTech_Larry
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On October 2, 2023 at 09:09, nixima said...
I have a Samsung Q70R TV and I would like to use my MX-850 remote with it. I found some device files from this site for Samsung TVs but they are all older and don't have the Netflix, Hulu, Prime buttons. I'm not seeing a way with the TV to get the remote to go into IR mode so I can learn its buttons. Anyone have any ideas?

(edit: advice withdrawn, as it was for a different brand of URC.)

Last edited by SysTech_Larry on November 29, 2023 03:30.
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Post 4 made on Tuesday November 28, 2023 at 23:27
edmund
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On November 28, 2023 at 19:11, SysTech_Larry said...
If the original remote is IR, you can use an IR detector to view the button's command byte and header info. If your universal is set for the same device, you can use an EFC to reproduce said command byte.

I have a map that converts a command byte to an EFC for many devices and an alternative map for one exception that I found.

Larry, the OP has mx-850 remote, which made by Universal Remote-Control INC, only remotes made by UEI, which stands for Universal Electronic Inc, accept EFC's. This forum only deals in URC remotes. Yes, both companies use the prefix urc- in their remote model numbers, it doesn't mean they're the same company. Back the 1980's all remote brands use the moniker "universal remote control" so it couldn't be patented.
Post 5 made on Wednesday November 29, 2023 at 03:28
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Edmund, thank you for the clarification.
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