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josep01972



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PostPosted: Thu Oct 18, 2007 3:25 am    Post subject: Atlas Day 1.3 Speed Reply with quote

Has anyone noticed if the speed of this remote is not what it should be? I am a little disappointed as to how slow it works. Is there an update somewhere (maybe an extender) that might address the issue? For instance, using the Scientific Atlanta remote that the cable company provided I can turn on the cable box, the TV and my Audio system ver yquickly. But it takes like 5-10 seconds with the Atlas remote I have. Is this how it should work?

Thanks,
Jose
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greenough1



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PostPosted: Thu Oct 18, 2007 9:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Macros on most unextended remotes are slow. Extender macros are fast. However, there's no extender for this remote - yet.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2007 6:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here is a device upgrade and a protocol upgrade to patch the Atlas5 3000 remote for faster macro speed.
This is for an unextended remote and only needs to be patched once. After that, you can remove the upgrades.

Save your current .IR setup.
Please make sure CBL Channel Control is OFF so that in TV mode, CH+/- works in TV mode and doesn't switch over to CBL mode.
Add the two device upgrades into IR.
Assign TV/1107 to the TV device button.
Upload to the remote.
Press the TV device button, then press CH+ to set the speed to .007s or CH- to set the speed to the original .26s.
Upload your saved .IR setup to the remote.

Code:

Upgrade Code 0 = 1C 53 (TV/1107) Patch Macro Speed. Use CH+=.007s, CH-=.26s
  FA 00 21 01 00
End

Upgrade Protocol 0 = 01 FA (S3F80) Patch for Faster Macros on UnExtended Atlas5 3000
00 00 01 C6 CC 34 45 C6 BE 00 0F C6 CA FF 1B A6
03 00 EB 04 C6 CA FF 2A 8D FF 39 70 C0 70 C1 C6
C0 05 0D F6 01 0D 50 C1 50 C0 C6 7C 00 02 F6 44
BD 46 D3 02 76 7E 20 6B F8 B0 C6 78 CD 56 C7 7F
56 CD 80 C4 CC C0 C6 C2 FE 80 C6 C4 00 80 F6 04
49 C4 CA C0 C4 C6 C2 06 C3 80 16 C2 FE C4 BE C4
C4 C2 C6 04 BF C7 14 BE C6 26 C7 00 36 C6 00 5B
18 EB 04 42 77 6B 12 C4 BE C4 22 57 32 46 F6 FF
89 C4 C0 CA C4 C6 BE 8B B0 F6 04 49 F6 46 15 C6
BE 00 80 C6 CA FE 80 8D 46 29
End

Upgrade Protocol 0 = 01 FA (S3F80) Patch for Faster Macros on UnExtended Atlas5 3033
00 00 01 C6 CC 34 C4 C6 BE 00 0F C6 CA FF 1B A6
03 00 EB 04 C6 CA FF 2A 8D FF 39 70 C0 70 C1 C6
C0 05 0D F6 01 0D 50 C1 50 C0 C6 86 00 02 F6 45
92 46 D3 02 76 88 20 6B F8 B0 C6 78 CD 56 C7 7F
56 CD 80 C4 CC C0 C6 C2 FE 80 C6 C4 00 80 F6 04
49 C4 CA C0 C4 C6 C2 06 C3 80 16 C2 FE C4 BE C4
C4 C2 C6 04 BF C7 14 BE C6 26 C7 00 36 C6 00 5B
18 EB 04 42 77 6B 12 C4 BE C4 22 57 32 46 F6 FF
89 C4 C0 CA C4 C6 BE 8B B0 F6 04 49 F6 46 EA C6
BE 00 80 C6 CA FE 80 8D 46 FE
End


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unclemiltie
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2007 6:59 pm    Post subject: There's also an extender Reply with quote

It's in beta form right now, but look in the extenders download section and you'll see it. Macros on the extender are much faster and they can be nested and can be virtually unlimited due to the way that they are implemented.

Binky's upgrade is good as well if you don't want to bite off an extender just yet.
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speaker.guy
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2007 7:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Does this patch work on 30333033?
Does one just assign it to a device to make the patch work?
Need some instruction on this procedure please!
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binky123
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2007 8:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Once you assign TV/1107 to a device, pressing CH+ in TV mode will set the speed to .007s. Pressing CH- will set it back to the original .26s
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 01, 2007 3:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

binky123 wrote:
Code:

Upgrade Code 0 = 1C 53 (TV/1107) Patch Macro Speed. Use CH+=.007s, CH-=.26s
  FA 00 21 01 00
End
The Atlas 3033 uses two PID bytes in upgrades, so the Upgrade Code needs to be:
Code:
Upgrade Code2 0 = 14 53 (TV/1107) Patch Macro Speed. Use CH+=.007s, CH-=.26s
 01 FA 00 21 01 00                             
End


IR will actually translate for the PID difference in the upgrade that binky posted, but it's better to use the correct one in case device assignments or keymaps are different. As it happens, they are the same for both Atlas remotes discussed here (at least for the device & buttons used in this upgrade), so either will work.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 01, 2007 3:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Let me make sure I have this clear before I hose my remote!
1. Use the 30333033 upgrade above with the protocol supplied previously
2. Add the upgrade and protocol to the remote.
3. Assign TV 1107 to a device. Any device??
4. In TV mode press CH+
5. Remove the device assignment? (All 5 of mine are used.)
6. Good to go?

Thanks a lot.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 01, 2007 4:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

speaker.guy wrote:
Let me make sure I have this clear before I hose my remote!
1. Use the 30333033 upgrade above with the protocol supplied previously
2. Add the upgrade and protocol to the remote.
3. Assign TV 1107 to a device. Any device??
4. In TV mode press CH+
5. Remove the device assignment? (All 5 of mine are used.)
6. Good to go?

Thanks a lot.
I think you have it correctly. I would download & save your current setup, and then restore it after you've done the patch.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 01, 2007 4:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

In looking at the macro delays in the Atlas JP1.3 remotes, I have noticed that when the built-in power macro is executed, it invokes a 3x delay time. It will still do this after this patch is applied, though 3x.007s may not matter. I don't know if this is a problem for anyone, but binky's patch could be modified to remove the extra delay if so.
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2007 11:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

With faster macro execution, you may need a pause at times. I've created a Pause protocol for the UnExtended Atlas5 3000 and 3033 remotes. I've also included ones for the Atlas5 1025 and the URC-6820/8820/10820.

Create a KeyMove on the button which will invoke the Pause protocol.
Bound Key:
Device: CBL, Key: phantom1
Function to Perform:
Device: Device Type: TV, Setup Code: 1104
Hex Cmd: 0A 00

The first byte will delay by .1s increments so 0Ah/10d means 1s.

Code:

Upgrade Code 0 = 1C 50 (TV/1104) Use Pause Protocol on Atlas5 3000
 FB
End

Upgrade Code2 = 14 50 (TV/1104) Use Pause Protocol on Atlas5 3033
 01 FB
End

Upgrade Protocol 0 = 01 FB (S3F80) UnExtended Pause Protocol for Atlas5 3000/3033
 00 00 02 46 E2 1F 70 C0 70 C1 70 C2 28 03 C6 C0 3B 0E F6 01 0D 2A F7
 50 C2 50 C1 50 C0 AF
End

Upgrade Protocol 0 = 01 FB (HCS08) UnExtended Pause Protocol for URC-6820/8820/10820
 20 04 00 00 02 00 CD 2D 90 AE 64 A6 01 CD FF 9E 3B 60 F6 81
End

Upgrade Protocol 0 = 01 FB (HCS08) UnExtended Pause Protocol for Atlas5 1025
 20 04 00 00 02 00 CD 41 25 AE 64 A6 01 CD FF 9E 3B 60 F6 81
End
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