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Having trouble with samsung bluray...
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Post 1 made on Saturday September 13, 2008 at 23:16
bambam_101
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Hi,

I just installed my samsung bdp1500. I learned all the codes in to my TSU9600 manually but most of them dont work. Have tried using BDP1000 codes and have the same problem. Some work ok, most dont work at all, and some work only after pressing the button 3 or 4 times.

Has anyone else had problems with these codes? Ive tried firing the codes through my extender and directly via IR from the remote and both methods have the same results.

I did notice that the learned hex code in PEP was extremely long as compared to other codes.

Any help would be appreciated.

Cheers

scott
Post 2 made on Sunday September 14, 2008 at 00:02
Barry Gordon
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Send me the codes in pronto hex format and I will have a look at them. My email is in my profile
OP | Post 3 made on Sunday September 14, 2008 at 06:23
bambam_101
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Thanks for the offer barry. I sorted it out. I used my Sonance Optilinq ir learner to learn the codes in to my navigator database. Then had to cut and paste each hex code in to PEP from the navigator manager. Annoying!! But they all work flawlessly now.

Its weird, the codes for the player, when learned through the pronto were huge!! They were also displayed in blue fonts once they were learned.

When i pasted them from the navigator program, they were a normal size and the regular black font. I dont quite know what was happening.
Post 4 made on Monday September 15, 2008 at 07:59
Phoenix_Elite
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I just got through learning those codes myself. I did find they learned the same way you are mentioning... except when I moved the DVD remote closer to the Pronto during the learning process. I don't know why this would work but it did begin learning normal length codes. Before I found that out, I was using an old TSU3000 remote to learn from which seemed to do the trick.

I found these 'blue hex' codes that show up will most likely not work when used in macros and may not even work at all, as you have experienced.
Post 5 made on Monday September 15, 2008 at 11:00
Barry Gordon
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IR Learning is frought with issues and I avoid it like the plague. I have tools that I use to analyze dirty (long and blue or red or green) codes and tools to synthesize codes for any device once I have reverse engineered them to the basic information required. Versions of my tools and some by others (notably John Fine, who collaborated with me a long time ago) are available on the web.
Post 6 made on Friday December 12, 2008 at 09:53
Automation Authority
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Can someone please help us with all the IR codes for Samsung BD P1500 Blu ray?
Post 7 made on Sunday January 19, 2020 at 14:54
freddy
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Realize this is an old thread...

I'm having the same issue trying to learn IR codes for a Samsung BD-J5100 player using a Pronto TSU9400.

Most of the codes work, although not consistently- having particular grief with open/close which doesn't work at all.

Every time I learn it, its substantially different length. I'm on a matt surface in a room with no lights on; have tried both a single button press and holding.

Barry mentioned tools that can be used to 'clean up' these codes... I did a quick web search without finding anything; can someone point me in the right direction?

Alternatively I found a great thread on codes for Samsung TVs ([Link: remotecentral.com]) that let me resolve my bluetooth remote / Samsung TV issue. Is there an equivalent list of codes for Samsung BluRay somewhere; ideally in Pronto format.

Thanks.
Post 8 made on Sunday January 19, 2020 at 15:54
freddy
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Problem not solved, but found a workaround...

Found a 2010 config Scott Grimes did and noticed he used the Samsung HD-DVD 2008 codeset from the database.

This works for the BD-J5100.


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