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How to use a Hex file with One For All remote.
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Post 1 made on Monday June 27, 2005 at 14:02
sanjoseskater
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I retrieved a file from this site for a Philips Pronto remote to control an HDTV receiver LG LST-4200A.

Are these hex files the same for all universal for all remotes? If yes, can I have my one for all URC-6011 sent into OFA for an upgrade with these hex files?
Post 2 made on Monday June 27, 2005 at 14:25
The Robman
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Pronto CCF files are just for use with a Pronto. I just took a look at a JP1 upgrade file for an LG hdtv box and I don't know of any OFA setup codes that match (though that doesn't mean they haven't created one already).

If you call up OFA and tell them what device you wish to control, they can tell you if they already have a code for it. If they don't have a code already, they will ask you to also send them your LG remote so they can capture the signals themselves.
Rob.
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Post 3 made on Monday June 27, 2005 at 14:32
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The new ofa remotes, 8820/10820, include LG HDTV STB code, its 1415.
OP | Post 4 made on Monday June 27, 2005 at 15:05
sanjoseskater
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edmund,
How did you figure out that the 8820/10820 have code 1415? I do not see that code listed on the OFA website for those devices.
Post 5 made on Monday June 27, 2005 at 15:19
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I own both of those remotes, it listed in the manual. : )
OP | Post 6 made on Monday June 27, 2005 at 18:07
sanjoseskater
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Do you have the advanced codes for 1415?

Thanks
Post 7 made on Monday June 27, 2005 at 18:33
edmund
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No, sorry.
Post 8 made on Tuesday June 28, 2005 at 10:54
The Robman
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Try these...

117 - num 0
121 - num 1
119 - num 2
123 - num 3
116 - num 4
120 - num 5
118 - num 6
122 - num 7
245 - num 8
249 - num 9
183 - vol up
187 - vol down
057 - mute
181 - channel up
185 - channel down
053 - power
164 - enter
247 - last (prev ch)
171 - menu
097 - program guide
180 - up arrow
184 - down arrow
186 - left arrow
182 - right arrow
164 - select
235 - exit
246 - surf
025 - cc/dat
036 - dash
200 - freeze
009 - ratio
193 - help
126 - signal
095 - info
109 - power on
113 - power off
111 - system off
115 - native
108 - variable 1
112 - variable 2
110 - variable 3
114 - 1080i
237 - 720p
241 - 480p
239 - 480i
Rob.
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OP | Post 9 made on Tuesday June 28, 2005 at 11:21
sanjoseskater
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Thanks ROBMAN! I actually spent a couple of hours last night trying about 200 different codes myself. I discovered them also. It was very time consuming and tiring. I wish I could have gotten your post sooner. Have you tried code 240? It puts the device in some wierd standby mode that displays the current setup.

Thanks,
Derek
Post 10 made on Tuesday June 28, 2005 at 22:10
The Robman
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I don't have an LG receiver, I just grabbed those codes from one of the upgrades in the JP1 HDTV folder. That's part of the beauty of JP1!
Rob.
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OP | Post 11 made on Wednesday June 29, 2005 at 14:00
sanjoseskater
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Robman,
Does your folder contain advanced code files for the Pioneer CT-WM77R Multi Cassette Changer?

Thanks,
Derek
Post 12 made on Wednesday June 29, 2005 at 14:20
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Pioneer now has their IR codes for many products on their web site at
[Link: pioneerelectronics.com]

I don't see any Cassette Changer nor anything with a CT model number in the devices for which they posted data.

The folders Rob mentioned are here
[Link: hifi-remote.com]

I didn't look there for a Pioneer Casette. You could look yourself.

If you find something in either of those places that you think might be your device, you'll probably need some help translating or extracting the advanced codes from it. When you ask for that help, please include the specific URL (page from which the file was downloaded) for the file you want help with.
Post 13 made on Wednesday June 29, 2005 at 14:34
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Tape code 0027, deck-b

205-all rewind
165-chapter up
156-clear
167-random
166-relay
246-return
423-search
054-side A/B
181-0
185-1
183-2
187-3
180-4
184-5
182-6
186-7
053-8
057-9
121-ASMS Reverse
117-ASMS Forward
056-CH+ 2
052-CH+ 1
037-Counter Reset
170-Counter Mode
056-Deck 2
052-Deck 1
103-Open/close
117-Fast Forward
122-Play
245-Pause
116-Record
244-Power
119-Record Mute
121-Rewind
120-Reverse Play
100-Step Forward
164-Scan
118-Stop
101-Step Reverse
036-Tape Select
122-Tape

TAPE Code 0220- Deck A

102-Fast Forward
106-Rewind
230-Pause
232-Play
244-Power
231-Record
229-Record Mute
235-Reverse Play
106-Rewind
228-Stop
036-Tape Select


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