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TSU501 question (I've been out of the loop for a while)
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Post 1 made on Friday December 3, 2010 at 00:47
Founding Member
June 2001
I bought a Boston Remote over a year ago - the TSU-501, and didn't use it too much.
I'm getting a new 55" Samsung tv soon, and would like to generate it's discrete commands, but it looks like they are only in original Pronto format (.ccf)
What software would I use to convert ccf files (or commands, none-the-less) to the A7RC friendly .ncf format and the what would I use to upload it to my remote control?
Post 2 made on Monday December 6, 2010 at 23:52
Daniel Tonks
Wrangler of Remotes
October 1998
It's not particularly easy to work with Pronto hex codes and the Neo.

But there are options. Assuming the codes are learned (begin with 0000) then the only Neo-compatible editor that can directly use that format is RC3200 Setup. If you search the forums you can learn how to modify your NCF so that RC3200 Setup will load them, add your hex codes, then modify the file back for FreedomEdit.

Or, if you feel up to editing the XML file directly, you could try the Pronto2NEO Converter utility in the file area, which will convert hex codes to Neo format.

Finally, NeoHacker might work, but I don't know whether it supports FreedomEdit files.

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