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# 258554 9-Oct-2019 14:43
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I'm trying to get my Broadlink RM Pro to  run the Vodafone TV Box.

 

After switching off the Vodafone box, I was able to teach the Broadlink to learn each IR command from the Vodafone remote. (When the Vodafone box was paired to its remote, the Broadlink did not recognise IR signals.) 

 

I also taught those same commands to a Harmony 350.

 

While the Broadlink happily operates my Samsung TV and Onkyo Receiver, the Vodafone Box does not respond at all. It will respond to the Harmony remote, which tells me that even when the box is paired with its own remote, it appears to be able to receive IR as well as Bluetooth signals.

 

I note that someone had a similar issue with the Gen 1 box where it didn't recognise learned IR signals from the Broadlink. Can anyone offer a solution ?

 

 

 

 


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  # 2333455 9-Oct-2019 17:02
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even when the box is paired with its own remote, it appears to be able to receive IR as well as Bluetooth signals.

 

 

Yes, as discussed in the topic Vodafone TV - new box - soft launch this week. Maybe you'll also find some info relevant to your main question by looking around this post:

 

https://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=40&topicid=254293&page_no=30#2331692

 

 


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