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    Default iR Commander v0.8 (Turn Your PSP Into a Remote)

    ahmanhk has updated his Infra Red Remote Control app for the PSP, heres whats new:

    Support shortcut remote lists which allows you to switch directly from 1 remote to the other by pressing START button. Refer to "Panasonic TV.rdf" for details.
    Support Macro pause time. Refer to "Panasonic TV.rdf" for details.
    Bug fix for missing files if the file attribute is set to read-only.

    Download via the comments and leave feedback.

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    wow fast update - and it fixes the previously mentioned bugs
    i can now wholeheartedly support this program. it is great.
    now the hard part - to get codes for all my devices :P
    excellent work on fixing the bugs ahmanhk.

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    -_- I can't find the codes for my cable box. Scientific Atlanta Explorer 8000HD dvr. I looked everywhere... nothin.

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    I tried this program, for me its just too much hassle to set up. Good program if you can get it to work.

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    I got some remotes for:
    sony tv, sony hi-fi, sony ps2, akai vcr, pioneer standalone dvd player, tps dvb decoder, feel free to ask and i'll post them.
    Best program out there for remote control, by far.
    Later,

    TSR

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    I can control my T.V. but not my cable... Where do I get recent codes? I need the codes for Scientific Atlanta Explorer 8000HD dvr

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    as it turns out i have only got working codes for three of my 7 devices.
    if anyone has the below codes please post em here.

    gdvd300r
    lg lv210
    thomson sky digibox (sky codes supplied do not work ?)
    pacific widescreen tv (unknown model)

    all help is appreciated.

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    You can check if your remote is there:
    http://www.remotecentral.com/cgi-bin...evices&br=&fc=
    or there:
    http://www.remotecentral.com/cgi-bin/codes/
    Then you can convert the CCF file to RDF to use with iR Commander.
    To do so, you need a program called ProntoEdit 4.5.
    Later,

    TSR

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    I downloaded ProntoEdit 4.0.5 but I don't see where I can convert.

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    hey Mad, here are the instructions:

    a) From ProntoEdit main menu, choose File->Open to open the ccf file you downloaded.
    b) The left hand side of the window has a list of HOME, DEVICES & MACRO GROUPS. Click the Plus(+) sign on the DEVICES and another list of sub devices will be listed. Look for the one that looks like to be the device you want. Example, "TV" or "TV Codes" and click it. A graphical device layout window will popup.
    c) Look for the key that you to copy the code from. Double click the key.
    d) Another popup window appears. Double click "Learned".
    e) Another window appears. Click "View IR" and you'll see the code.

    Then check Panasonic TV.rdf to see how it is build and use the code you got from ProntoEdit.
    Hope it helps.
    Later,

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