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[HELP] Use *.pdb (PocketPC) on Anymote (Android)
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Post 1 made on Wednesday October 14, 2015 at 06:00
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October 2015
Hi! I couldn't find anything about this after hours of search, and also couldn't find the correct place to post this question. Please let me know if this isn't the place to ask this.

I have an old PocketPC, with a built-in IR receiver/transmitter, with a software called naviiremote, that can learn codes from controllers and save them in *.pdb file.

But now I have a Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone, with a built-in IR transmitter (doesn't not receive). So, this smartphone can't learn new codes.

There is an application for android callet Anymote Smart Remote that allows me to import remotes from a *.amsr (AnyMote Smart Remote) file

They have online converters from LIRC / PRONTO hex codes / PRCTOOL files to *.amsr as you can see on the following link [Link:]

My question is: how can I use my pocketPC (or using noviiremote *.pdb files or other PPC software) to learn codes from a remote and them use the Anymote online tool to convert and import the file to use on my android smartphone.

Does this question make sense? Hope so!

Thanks in advance! Best regards!

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