I have read out or learned a remote control.
It is a smaller remote control from an Opticum HD AX150.
On the back of the remote control it says: G-RCU-023.
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name: Phoenix Remote
I went to the directory mentioned in the intructions with
then used nano to cut and paste the above into a file.
I then cheated by saving the file as virgin.yaml
This means it comes up with the right remote without changing anything else.
It might be easier, if you are having trouble to setup your spare remote, just to use nano to edit virgin.yaml with your details (from menu item 7 )and try that.
name: Classic Remote
And RC photo, plus a photo of the Rx that uses an external tuner.
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name: LEDTV Handset
It would make it easier for people to just plug in rather than make something! IF it worked.
I know nothing
I built the IR RX and that is fine.
Just thought I would throw this in there....
The link I came across is https://thepihut.com/products/flirc-usb ... spberry-pi
I've been trying to use the Samsung_32 remote from the build. However, although it works for my Samsung remote it would not select the "menu" button.
On investigating this I found that the code used for the "menu" button is incorrect. The code is 0x7071d in the remote .yaml file but my remote uses 0x7071a. Are there 2 types of Samsung remotes or is this a mistake in the yaml file?
Editing this button to 0x7071a makes the remote work ok.
Has anyone else suffered the same problem using the Samsung_32 profile?