Question about Philips Televison & Video
Well, when my old remote broke I used a program on my psp called theuniversal remote program, I used that to turn up/down volume. Unfortunately, that did not come with an AV channel in the selections,so I could not play my Xbox 360. I bought a RC Univers30 remote, allthe buttons worked fine except the volume up/down buttons - the onlyones I used with my PSP. That wasn't a problem to me, but recently thenon working button has changed from the volumes up/down buttons to theAV button. Now I can't watch DVDs or play the xbox. Any help regardingthis? Every other button works fine, and there's no menu button on thisremote.
http://tbn0.google.com/images?q=tbn:TwMEIdbcNMyoMM:http://www.hqnedis.hu/images/products/RC%2520UNIVERS30.JPG- a small picture of the remote. Oh and I only said philips because it wouldn't let me post this without choosing a brand.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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i recommend getting a beafier remote some where in the 20 to 30 dollar range i owned one of these and they just sucked in codes and overall functionality i gave it to my dog went out next day bought a beafy remote
radio shack is not always up to speed on there equipment and sometimes outdated and a 7.99 uni. remote doesnt do it for me i think you can tell that by just being here on site asking for help
the remote bites
Posted on May 10, 2008
Sorry, the Red Button won't work, but you can map the A button on the Comcast remote instead. It's almost the same thing... Your fingers will barely know the difference.
1. Press the Aux button at the top of the remote.
2. Hold the Setup button until the Aux button flashes twice.
3. Enter 994 on the keypad. The Aux button will flash twice again.
4. Now push the Setup button once. Enter 00001.
Finally, push the A button The Aux button will flash twice. You now have the A / Select / OK / Green button mapped on the Xbox360.
--If you want to switch the A button back to default, just do the same sequence but this time push the A button twice.--
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
Depending on the specific remote, some buttons may not work with all systems. HOWEVER, in many cases the things you thing the "select button" would do, are done by the "play button" instead (IE: That's how I have to select DVD menu options with my remote).
If that is not the case with you, you can try a different programing code.
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
Testimonial: "I tried that it didn't work. And I tried the programming codes that I found online for the exact same problem but a comcast remote instead of cox."
I came across this looking for a similar solution for my Samsung TV, and I found the solution on ehow.com. Apparently after you program the remote for your TV you have to hold mute and select again until it flashes twice then put in 960 to make the remote control TV input too. Note you're remote should be in TV mode while you do this. It seems silly that the DirectTV guy wouldn't do this when programming the remote.
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
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