Yes.clarkkent333 said:Im trying to macro my HT shutoff with my new remote and was wondering if anyone knew of a discrete code to put the unit into standby. I've got a DSR704. Thanks.
In a macro, you can combine TiVo and Standby to get On and Off.Scott in CO said:The OP asked for a discrete code. When I hear discrete code(s) for Standby I think of two different codes: One to put the device in Standby and one to take the device out of Standby. Sort of like discrete power on and off commands. I don't believe there are discrete codes for Standby. There is indeed an advanced code for Standby, 152, as documented in the link provided by mmascari; this code is a toggle of Standby on/Standby off.
I have used the TiVo-Standby macro to turn off TiVo for a long time. When I received the 7.1 software "upgrade", my macro stopped working. The problem turned out to be that TiVo would no longer accept the two remote codes so quickly together, so I had to add a delay between them to get the macro working again.mmascari said:In a macro, you can combine TiVo and Standby to get On and Off.
TiVo Always takes you to TiVo Central, even when off.
TiVo-Standby Will take you to TiVo Central, then enter standby.
It's not quite a discrete enter standby, exit standby. But it's much better than trying to navigate the menu in a macro.
If you were to get a OFA urc-6820, 8820, 10820, or 6690, each has setup codes for tivo remote addresses 1-4. And all use the same advanced codes, accept you would need to add two zeroes to the FRONT of EFC, since the above remotes only tak 5 digit advanced codes. so 152 would be 00152.Runch Machine said:152 works great but I have 4 Tivos, Two HD and two SD. They are set to remote codes 1-4. 152 is for remote code 0. How do I get 152 to work for my Tivos which are not set to remote code 0?
Using 152 turns them ALL on or off at the same time.