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Topic # 175348 25-Jun-2015 18:01 Send private message

Hi There!

I no longer have the original remote, but have a logitech remote and the peel smart remote software on my Android Phone.

I am looking for a single press or very simply way to switch between using the digital audio output and the analog output. 

I would be ever so grateful for anything which might work!


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  Reply # 1331730 25-Jun-2015 20:55 Send private message

Google LIRC database which is short for Linux infared remote control. Hopefully someone has put your remote into that database. Then you can load the codes into your ir blaster app.

If you want to another app download Rcoid.







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  Reply # 1331947 26-Jun-2015 10:33 Send private message

Aredwood: Google LIRC database which is short for Linux infared remote control. Hopefully someone has put your remote into that database. Then you can load the codes into your ir blaster app.

If you want to another app download Rcoid.


So it's unlikely there is a command undocumented somewhere that switches the audio output then? The list of commands to get this done through the menu is > 15 clicks


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  Reply # 1332613 27-Jun-2015 16:43 Send private message

Any idea if there is a button for that function on the original remote? If so then the LIRC database should have it.





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