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HP MediaSmart remote code

Discussion in 'TiVo Help Center' started by Evilmumrah, Nov 29, 2012.

  1. Evilmumrah

    Evilmumrah New Member

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    I have an HP MediaSmart TV. There is a remote code for it that works for on-off, volume, etc. My problem is with the input button. The code works to get to the input screen but I can't get it to change the selection. I need to be able to go up or down on the input screen but can't. Am I stuck with two remotes here?
     
  2. Arcady

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    If you press the input button again, it doesn't cycle through the inputs?
     
  3. Evilmumrah

    Evilmumrah New Member

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    No. I have a little screen on the left side of the screen that shows all the inputs on a list so that I need to be able to scroll up and down.
     
  4. Evilmumrah

    Evilmumrah New Member

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    No. As I say, I can get the input button to give me the input menu but the directional keys don't work. They just do stuff on the TiVo screen. About the code search -- when do I do that? At the remote screen after I have selected the HP as my TV?
     
  5. Edmund

    Edmund Remote Czar TCF Club

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    What you need is an old Directv tivo remote, instead a dvr1/dvr2 switch, it has dvr/tv switch. in the tv position, the cursor keys control the tv menu. But then it might not have proper code, since last directv remote dates to 2006.
     
  6. Edmund

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    The reason the OP mentioned the tivo menu, he needs more then just the tv input key to navigate the tv input screen displayed on his tv screen, but cursor keys only control tivo. And not the tv. Does that make sense?
     
  7. Evilmumrah

    Evilmumrah New Member

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    Yes, that makes perfect sense. Thank you.
     

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