nony on Service Remotes - (this is LG-specific)
":btw- There has never been a valid reason to order/build/buy a service remote control. And that is because the two/three commands INSTART/EZADJUST/INSTOP have always been available (yes always) in the user interface. It's always been called "Keyboard Test Mode" and it looks like this -
=================== [ UI Keyboard Test Mode ] ===================
'0' ~ '9' : Number Key, '-' : Dash
',' : Vol.Down, '.' : Vol.Up, '>' : Ch.Up, '<' Ch.Down
'[' : Up, '/' : Down, ';' : Left, ''' : Right
'M' : Main Menu, 'H' : Home Menu, 'X' : Exit, 'I' : Brief Info.
'B' : flashBack, 'A' : SAP(audio), 'U' : Mute, 'P' : Pip
'R' : Ratio, 'V' : Ext.Input, 'C' : Caption, 'F' : favorite
'D' : DW TS, 'E' : HDMI_CEC, 'G' : Guide, 's' : INSTOP
'K' : In start, 'L' : Adjust 'N' : NetCast, 't' : Return
'T' : Teletext, 'O' : T.Opt
[ESC] : UI Keyboard Mode Exit
Notice that you if you press -
K- you invoke the Instart menu
L- you invoke the EZAdjust menu
s - you invoke the INSTOP menu
and this has always worked across all LG platforms (both MSTAR and BCM)
This means that you don't have to invest in -
1) a service remote control
2) a universal remote control
3) a custom IR transmitter
This applies to all units worldwide without any exceptions -(2012 models without serial control ports remain unconfirmed)"
Quoted from another thread, but very relevant...
Mr. Volkman (aka Comcast developer), do you agree?
Edited by nony - 9/26/12 at 11:59pm