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Topic # 217750 10-Jul-2017 22:18
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Does anyone know of any bluetooth remote that works with Android TV that is built into my Sony TV? I want something basic that can control power, volume, arrow keys, ok and back.


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  Reply # 1819338 11-Jul-2017 08:22
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You can get the one touch Sony remote

 

[http://www.sony.co.nz/electronics/televisions-remotes-selectors-cameras/rmf-ed004]

 

My one even has push to talk.




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  Reply # 1821561 12-Jul-2017 22:57
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Hi Mavarick, which model TV do you have? 

 

These Sony remotes are so confusing as there are many one touch/flick remotes for different markets and it isn't very clear which model works with which TV.

 

Also can you pair the remote from the bluetooth menu or does it have its own special place?

 

Thanks!


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1821590 13-Jul-2017 04:19
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I have a KD-55X8500C, a mate has the KDL-55W800C and although his didnt come with one, it is compatible for it,

 

you have to sync it to the TV, but AFAIK it isn't Bluetooth as there was no dongle that came with it,mine is RMF-TX100E

 

hope that helps


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