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Visit our file areas for all Philips Pronto touchscreen models, including the original Pronto Classic, the Pronto NG, and the latest Pronto Professional.
4 areas • 1,997 files
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Visit our file areas for all URC remote control models, including the Home Theater Master series, the Complete Control lineup, and the brand new Total Control range.
1,251 files
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System files, command libraries and graphics for all RTI remotes compatible with Integration Designer software, including the T1, T2, T3 and T4 series.
276 files
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This file area covers all UEI Nevo color touchscreen remotes: the NevoSL, the NevoQ50 and the NevoS70. Download systems, devices, widgets and graphics.
1,669 files
Lost the manual or preprogrammed codes to your universal remote? Not to worry, as we have the internet's largest free collection of original remote manuals!
121 files • 1,183 codes
This file area contains our collection of individual discrete codes in Pronto hex format, along with original protocol sheets for IR, RS-232 and IP control of equipment. Updated!
90 files
Everything that doesn't fit into one of our other file areas is in here, including files for the Harmony and other remotes, documents, software and more.
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Recent file comments...
Comment by Daniel Tonks on 7/21 at 1:18 AM
I'm not sure if the Total Control software has it, but check the number of repeats.

I took a look at the codes, and I'm not certain they were generated quite right. If you're interested in exploring this further, post in the forums.
Comment by Daniel Tonks on 7/21 at 1:12 AM
MXD files have to be imported using the "Import Device" command. Which is, honestly, not the most straight-forward process.

Right-click on the device tree, select "Import Device", and then select the MXD file. On the next window, click on the SANYO device in the left (people always forget to do this), then select a device position to assign it to on the right. Next, press the RIGHT arrow button which actives, click OK on the pop-up external devices window... and you should be good to go.
Comment by CHeos on 7/17 at 2:56 PM
I tried this with my URC Total Control system but the up, down, left, right directional buttons jumps two times on every button press. Any suggestions?
Comment by LewBob on 7/16 at 11:06 PM
Hi, I am a retired salesman from the A/V business and am trying to program an old MX850 of mine for a friend. He has a late model Sanyo LCD TV and I was hoping to find a discrete power code. I downloaded this figuring I could do a work around with the discrete off, but my MX850 editor won't open this file. Any suggestions? Thanks, Lew



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