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Help creating a RDF for OFA 2585

 
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worel



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PostPosted: Mon Feb 27, 2006 10:41 am    Post subject: Help creating a RDF for OFA 2585 Reply with quote

Hello,

i read the guide to create a new rdf file ...

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/jp1/message/24480

... Now i want to create a new rdf file for URC-2585 (4 devices).

picture here:
http://www.gwebspace.de/dynamo1/picture/URC-2585front.jpg (please view the image with IE)


>>step1:
>>First off, take a backup of the remote's current memory.

here's a backup of the remote's current memory (1024 byte):
http://www.gwebspace.de/dynamo1/vb/urc-2585.memory.backup.after981.reset.doc


>>step2:
>>Next up, let's figure out the remote's signature. Skip the first two bytes
>>in the dump as these are a checksum, the next 8 bytes (from $002 to $009)

signature (from $002 to $009) is:
SER0#### (# are cryptical, and non human readable characters)


>>step3:
>>Next up, let's figure out the setup code buckets

setup code buckets (in this case, it's only 1 byte for each device):
0006: C7 (SAT)
0007: 25 (TV)
0008: 48 (VCR)
0009: A7 (AUX)


Rob wrote:
>>The addresses for the setup code buckets start after the signature at $00A.
i think this is a write error, and it must be:
"The addresses for the setup code buckets start
*beginning with* the signature at $00A."

(in my case, it's $006)

Can you please modify the write error in the "Guide to creating a new RDF", Rob?

step4:
>>Now, you need to figure out where the keycodes section
>>starts. So, first off, do a 981 style reset
>>(AdvCodeAddr=$03A..$0FF)

i made a keymove (moving 'key5' to 'key1'), and the keymove section starts at 23:
0023: 15
0024: 23
0025: 10
0026: 25
0027: E8
0028: 00

step5:
>>Next up, let's get the keycodes for the
>>buttons (to be used in the [Buttons] section)
1 15
2 16
3 17
4 19
5 1A
6 1B
7 1C
8 1D
9 1E
0 1F
10(-/--) 18
20 20
VCR 0A
SAT 09
TV 01
AUX 12
Scan 14
Power 03
Vol Up 04
Vol Down 05
Channel Up 06
Channel Down 07
Mute 08
Rewind (TextOn) 0B
Play (TextOff) 0C
Fast Fwd (TextMix) 0D
Pause 0F
Left Dot (red) 25
Stop (green) 0E
Record (yellow) 10
Right Dot (blue) 26
MAGIC 02

Thanks for help.
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The Robman
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 27, 2006 12:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This is an old remote that uses one of the old Motorola 6805 chips, which means the EEPROM layout is slightly different than what is used for the S3C8 remotes. That's why the instructions that you were trying to follow didn't always make sense.

I have created a starter RDF for you here:
http://www.hifi-remote.com/forums/dload.php?action=file&file_id=2862

I also un-deleted the upgrades that were in the IR file you posted and added the keymove that you detailed to make a new IR file, which is here...

http://www.hifi-remote.com/forums/dload.php?action=file&file_id=2863

For future reference, whenever you want to post an IR file, please save it as a regular text file. If you save it as any other sort of file, like the Word doc that you posted, we will need to convert it back to a text file in order to use it with IR.

Also, the [ButtonMaps] section of the RDF that I created was copied from another remote and is not correct for your remote.
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worel



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PostPosted: Tue Mar 21, 2006 9:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks Rob - the RDF file works fine.

>> worel wrote:
>> i read the guide to create a new rdf file ...
>>
>> http://groups.yahoo.com/group/jp1/message/24480

This is a good guide, but the guide is for yahoo-group members only. Can you please modify the guide and upload it to the hifi-remote site?

-- worel
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 21, 2006 10:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

worel wrote:
This is a good guide, but the guide is for yahoo-group members only. Can you please modify the guide and upload it to the hifi-remote site?

We still have quite a few files in the Yahoo group that haven't been copied over to here yet. I have personally copied over thousands of files myself and have asked for volunteers to copy over the remaining files. So, do you feel like helping out?
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