[mythtv-users] programming universal remote (OFA Kameleon)?

Joe Votour joevph at yahoo.com
Sun Jul 24 18:50:09 EDT 2005

I don't have a Kameleon, but I was considering getting
one until I learned that the backlit buttons per mode
was programmed in the hardware (so say the folks on
the JP1 forum).

I don't want to copy/paste the full instructions here,
but you can find out how I programmed my URC-6131 with
the EFCs at my website
Basically, you're looking to use the 992 code to enter
EFCs, and then you just need to determine the EFCs
available for the mode you have your remote in.

If the Kameleon doesn't support the 992 code (which
isn't documented in the Kameleon manual, mind you, it
wasn't documented in my 6131 manual either), then
you'll have to use JP1.

-- Joe

--- Dylan Keon <dbkeon.ml at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> I have a One For All Kameleon URC 9960.  The innards
> should be similar 
> to the Radio Shack 15-2116 described on Jarod's
> Universal Remote page 
> (http://wilsonet.com/mythtv/remotes.php).
> I am trying to use Jarod's guide to get the remote
> working with my 
> system, but I am stuck at the step of entering the
> EFC codes.  Is there 
> a trick I can use to enter the EFC codes directly on
> this remote?  Or 
> will I need to get a cable and go the JP1 route?  I
> realize I can use 
> the remote without doing the EFC stuff, but it would
> be nice to enable 
> the PIP buttons, etc.
> Thanks.
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