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myjess



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PostPosted: Sun May 28, 2017 8:34 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

iview2000stb as C2012_RV.bin gives nothing, but the iview3500STB rmdu as C2013_RV.bin gives these results:

iview3500STB
SlingRemote = ActualRemote
Power = Mute
Rewind=Record
stop=record
Step Back = Number 1
Guide = number 9
Menu = Vol Up
Up Arrow = Number 2
Down Arrow = EPG
Right Arrow = Recall
Channel + = Number 2
Channel - = EPG
Page - = Number 7
Number 6 = Time Shift
Number 7 = Timer(BlueButton)
Number 9 = Number 0
Channel Up = Number 2
Channel Down = EPG
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PostPosted: Sun May 28, 2017 11:43 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Looks like you are well on your way. The box you are using uses a Nec1 Device 1 protocol.


Each function has an OBC. I'm not sure if I opened the same device upgrades as you did, because I didn't find some of the buttons in the upgrade I was using.

There are 256 Obc's (0-255) that can be used with a nec1 protocol.

You are well on your way to creating an upgrade.



Code:

NEC1 Device 1
OBC  Function name.
0    yellow Aspect
1    Number 1
3    Number 7
5    Mute
8   record
8   Record#
9    Number 2
9    Number 2
15    number 9
15   Number 0
18    EPG
18    EPG
18    EPG
20   number 6
23    Recall
24    9pic
64   VFormat
65    Number 0
67   Record
69   Menu
76   Number 8
77   ProgamGuide
78   Number 7
79   PVRList
80    Number 2
80    Channel up
81   Record
82   Number 1
84    number 5
85    Vol Up
86   Number 4
88   Subtitle
90   VolUp
    Time Shift
    Timer(BlueButton)

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Tip: When creating an upgrade, always include ALL functions from the oem remote, even if you never plan on assigning them to a button. Complete function lists makes an upgrade more helpful to others.
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PostPosted: Sun May 28, 2017 12:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Try testing the following file, it contains all the missing OBCs:
http://www.hifi-remote.com/forums/dload.php?action=file&file_id=14542

How do you change channels or adjust the volume using the iView remote? I ask because, I don't see VOL or CH buttons on the remote but you included some VOL and CH buttons in your test results.
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PostPosted: Sun May 28, 2017 12:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

These are the OBCs that I got from the results:

obc/function
0 yellow aspect
3 timer (blue)
8 record #
12 num_9
14 time shift
15 num_0
18 EPG
20 num_6
22 recall
24 9pic
25 mute
27 vol up
64 V Format
69 menu
76 num_8
77 program guide
78 num_7
79 PVR List
80 num_2
80 channel up
81 record
82 num_1
84 num_5
86 num_4
88 subtitle
90 vol up
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myjess



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PostPosted: Sun May 28, 2017 1:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Robman wrote:
Try testing the following file, it contains all the missing OBCs:
http://www.hifi-remote.com/forums/dload.php?action=file&file_id=14542

How do you change channels or adjust the volume using the iView remote? I ask because, I don't see VOL or CH buttons on the remote but you included some VOL and CH buttons in your test results.


Hi, the left / right at ok button adjusts volume.
up/down at ok button changes channel.
Thanks.
I will certainly try that file and report back.
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PostPosted: Sun May 28, 2017 2:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi, the test file did not work so well.
Here are the results.

ivew Test File

Slingplayter remote = Real remote
Stop = Straight to Music Folder submenu (No direct remote button)
Record = No equivalent but seems to reboot, not power off.
Guide = Straight to Movies folder submenu (No direct remote button)
OK Button or round button inside arrow buttons = Red Button(PVR LIST)
Page- = Power off
Yellow = Send Video mad, like into a different countries protocol (poweroff/on fixes it)
White = 4:3 aspect ONLY, does not roate around all aspects.
Number 4 = Number 4
Number 5 = Subtitles
Channel up arrow = Tv/Radio Button
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PostPosted: Sun May 28, 2017 2:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

myjess wrote:
I do not know why you would think that, but I will tray again.
Because you totally ignored the message saying 'does not work' was not an acceptable answer and you should answer 12 questions. You didn't.

And I am in the UK so can buy an iView remote if that is the only answer.
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PostPosted: Sun May 28, 2017 3:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

alanrichey wrote:
myjess wrote:
I do not know why you would think that, but I will tray again.
Because you totally ignored the message saying 'does not work' was not an acceptable answer and you should answer 12 questions. You didn't.

And I am in the UK so can buy an iView remote if that is the only answer.


Wow, sorry, I looked again at the pist at the top. The instructionslink took me to what I thought was the very same post, but turns out this one has the link to the placeshifter page, so here's the answers.
1. What model Slingbox do you have?
Slingbox Pro

2. Was there any error message after you typed in the Code and tapped the Test button (or selected the file and tapped ‘Continue’ on the M1 & M2)?
Sometimes I get remote download failed but s retry fixes that. Other times Sling desktop hangs and I have to Xit and then go back in again.

3. Did you give the commands plenty of time to react? (I have a DVR that takes about 6-8 seconds to power up/down)
Yes.

4. If you are using a Solo did you try both BIN files?
N/A

5. After completing the setup do any of the buttons work?
As per posts.

6. If you are installing on a Solo or Pro-HD or older box that uses an external IR Blaster, have you used a Digital Camera or Mobile Phone Camera to confirm the IR Blaster is actually firing when you tap the Power button? (Watch the tip of the IR Blaster through the viewfinder while you tap a button. You should see a white (not red) flash. Test it on a real remote so you know what you are looking for). If you are using a 350/500/M1/M2 have you tried using the external blaster?
Must be cos some buttons work.

7. Have you experimented with the placement of the IR Blaster? On some devices this is critical so don’t give up too quickly. Try shining a flashlight at the front of the receiver and see if you can see the IR receiver behind the smoked glass.
N/A

8. Are you sure the device is working correctly using the real remote?
Yes

9. Are you sure your device is set to use IR ? Many boxes can operate on RF or IR and if it is set to RF then the Slingbox will not affect it.
N/A

10. If you have a device that supports multiple remote addresses (DirecTV, Dish Network, Tivo…) are you sure the remote address is set to the default ?
N/A

11. Have you tried resetting the Slingbox. ? This has been found to help.
Yes, no difference

12. Do you have access to a Logitech Harmony Universal Remote? If so let me know. Had kameleon but when looked for it, batteries ate the contacts away.

Anyway, on Ebay, I have git a cheap manhattan hdr which you look to have already provided codes for. I'll get that up and running on my sling and then perhaps with your permission I could send the remote of the iview with a prepaid return envelope?

Thanks everyone for your help with this, don' stop if you don't want to Smile
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PostPosted: Sun May 28, 2017 9:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

myjess wrote:
Hi, the test file did not work so well.
Here are the results.

I think you mis-understood what the test file was meant to do, I randomly assigned OBCs that were unaccounted for to random buttons, so your results are good because we found more buttons, even ones that aren't on the original remote. Did you test any of the custom buttons because there were codes on them too. We're still missing codes for the POWER, OK and VOL- and CH- buttons, among others. So can you try the custom buttons and maybe try some of the others again, to see if you can find the missing functions.

Here is an RMDU file with all the buttons that we've found so far. You can arrange the buttons as you see fit.
http://www.hifi-remote.com/forums/dload.php?action=file&file_id=14543
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PostPosted: Mon May 29, 2017 3:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

See new post below.

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PostPosted: Mon May 29, 2017 5:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ah Man, losing the will to live here.

Is there no way to loop through all files taking the contents of what I we have gathered already and search on 1st match, search ion 2nd match, etc etc, until we display an existing file that already has the parameters?
Or what about a way to search for the word exit in all the rmdu files and sort numerically from the codes that equate to the word exit the most, down to the codes that equate to the work exit the least, maybe the code I am looking for for "exit" is one that is already used quite a lot.

Just have Exit and Fav to go I think, but it is a slow process.

Description=iView HD Mini UK029
Remote.name=Slingbox with UEI RV Chip
Remote.signature=BINRV
DeviceType=Cable
DeviceIndex=1
SetupCode=2017
Protocol=00 5A
Protocol.name=NEC1
ProtocolParms=1 null null 0 0
FixedData=00 7F 00
Function.0.name=0
Function.0.hex=0F
Function.1.name=1
Function.1.hex=B5
Function.2.name=2
Function.2.hex=F5
Function.3.name=3
Function.3.hex=F7
Function.4.name=4
Function.4.hex=95
Function.5.name=5
Function.5.hex=D5
Function.6.name=6
Function.6.hex=D7
Function.7.name=7
Function.7.hex=8D
Function.8.name=8
Function.8.hex=CD
Function.9.name=9
Function.9.hex=CF
Function.9.notes=
Function.10.name=vol up
Function.10.hex=27
Function.11.name=vol down
Function.11.hex=A5
Function.11.notes=
Function.12.name=mute
Function.12.hex=67
Function.12.notes=
Function.13.name=channel up
Function.13.hex=9F
Function.13.notes=
Function.14.name=channel down
Function.14.hex=97
Function.14.notes=
Function.15.name=power
Function.15.hex=65
Function.16.name=recall
Function.16.hex=17
Function.16.notes=
Function.17.name=EPG
Function.17.hex=B7
Function.18.name=menu
Function.18.hex=5D
Function.19.name=program guide
Function.19.hex=4D
Function.20.name=PVR List
Function.20.hex=0D
Function.21.name=record
Function.21.hex=75
Function.22.name=record \#
Function.22.hex=EF
Function.23.name=subtitle
Function.23.hex=E5
Function.24.name=time shift
Function.24.hex=8F
Function.25.name=timer (blue)
Function.25.hex=3F
Function.26.name=V Format
Function.26.hex=FD
Function.27.name=yellow aspect
Function.27.hex=FF
Function.28.name=9pic
Function.28.hex=E7
Function.29.name=4\:3 aspect
Function.29.hex=99
Function.29.notes=
Function.30.name=*** video protocol
Function.30.hex=D9
Function.31.name=power off
Function.31.hex=65
Function.32.name=TV/Radio
Function.32.hex=57
Function.33.name=PVR List (red)
Function.33.hex=BD
Function.34.name=Movies folder
Function.34.hex=55
Function.35.name=** reboot
Function.35.hex=B9
Function.36.name=music folder
Function.36.hex=79
Function.37.name=Exit
Function.37.hex=35
Function.37.notes=Staeting at 117 downwards. If not work, start again at 117 and go up.
Function.38.name=OK
Function.38.hex=A7
Function.39.name=Fav
Function.39.hex=D5
Function.39.notes=Not Sure Yet
Button.12=0|null|null
Button.9=1|null|null
Button.a=2|null|null
Button.b=3|null|null
Button.c=4|null|null
Button.d=5|null|null
Button.e=6|null|null
Button.f=7|null|null
Button.10=8|null|null
Button.11=9|null|null
Button.6=vol down|null|null
Button.7=vol down|null|null
Button.8=mute|null|null
Button.4=channel up|null|null
Button.5=channel down|null|null
Button.1=power|null|null
Button.21=menu|null|null
Button.2a=OK|null|null
Button.15=recall|null|null
Button.25=Exit|null|null
Button.26=channel up|null|null
Button.27=channel down|null|null
Button.28=vol down|null|null
Button.29=vol up|null|null
Button.2d=Fav|null|null
Button.23=EPG|null|null
Button.1d=record|null|null
Button.4a=PVR List (red)|null|null
Button.4d=timer (blue)|null|null


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PostPosted: Mon May 29, 2017 6:14 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Your making your life difficult by using hex. We all use the OBC values here. I have written 45 Custom Remotes that use the NEC1 1:0 protocol but I have them listed by the Power OBC value. So if you tell me that and also the OBCs for a few more buttons:

5
9
Ch+
Arrow Down
Play

I might be able to find a match

Al
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PostPosted: Mon May 29, 2017 8:08 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

alanrichey wrote:
Your making your life difficult by using hex. We all use the OBC values here. I have written 45 Custom Remotes that use the NEC1 1:0 protocol but I have them listed by the Power OBC value. So if you tell me that and also the OBCs for a few more buttons:

5
9
Ch+
Arrow Down
Play

I might be able to find a match

Al


Exit is the ony main one I have yet to get, then onto the video buttons.

as for the buttons:
Button = OBC
5 = 86
9 = 12
CH+ = 6
Arrow down = CH- = 22
Play = Unknown cos I have not gone there yet.

Thanks.
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PostPosted: Mon May 29, 2017 9:00 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I can't get an exact match but the DigitalView XC4917 - http://www.hifi-remote.com/forums/dload.php?action=file&file_id=13103 - matches 3 of the 4 OBCs (the 5 button is 84 rather than 86)

I have uploaded the RMDU file as well, at http://www.hifi-remote.com/forums/dload.php?action=file&file_id=13109
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PostPosted: Mon May 29, 2017 9:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks for that.

Exit code worked a treat.

Play etc not same. Would you happen to know a remote, other than AugustInt cos already tried, with a:
record OBC code of 81
Pause OBC code of 14
Play OBC code of 56


Mabe the other buttons will be the same.

Thanks.


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