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jamarek00

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Sat, Jan 19, 2013 3:56 AM

My remote volume still controls the receiver volume....

My remote volume still controls the receiver volume even after I successfully program my remote using the tv mode.  How do I program the remote so that do not have to switch the remote modes back and forth from "att" and "tv"?

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JefferMC

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8 years ago

If you want the TV volume to be controlled by the volume keys, regardless of what mode the remote is in, do this:

  1. Press and hold the AT&T button on the remote.
  2. Press the OK button and release it and the AT&T button at the same time. All the universal lights will flash twice.
  3. Type 955. The AT&T button will flash twice.
  4. Press the TV button. The TV button will flash twice.
  5. Press the AT&T button

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jamarek00

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7 Messages

8 years ago

Thanks, I followed your instructions step by step and it worked perfectly!  Thanks! Smiley Happy

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2 Messages

7 years ago

I did the same fix, but in reverse order. I wanted my volume button on the remote to control the home theater receiver volume. It worked flawlessly...

 

thanks much,

Ken

 

cpd5215

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64 Messages

7 years ago

Ken, can you explain to me what you did to get the uverse remote to control the AVR volume?
JefferMC

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7 years ago

In my instructions a few posts up, you are instructed to push the TV button at step 4.  Instead of pushing TV, push one of the other three buttons: This will make the remote always send the volume control for that device. 

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6 Messages

4 years ago

Can you advise how to do this with the S30 remote control as there is no "at&t" button?? I've seen the posts to set volume to the receiver, tv, or surround sound; but can't find how to reprogram such as you've posted with my remote. Merely trying to set volume thru my tv or SS, it does NOT work! It's a new remote & it's always worked until today. Help would be appreciated!

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3 years ago

This didn't work for me. Here's a link to AT&T's instructions. You also have to use the ENTER key in one of the steps.

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3 years ago

This didn't work for me. Attached is a link to AT&T's instructions. You also have to use the ENTER key in one of the steps. https://www.att.com/u-verse-welcome/m/en/tv/remotes/remote-settings.html

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how to set it where it controls the volume for the current device selected

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JefferMC

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@Stevehoff Most (if not all) newly distributed remotes no longer have a device selection button. With them it is no longer possible to select which device a button is assigned to work with.

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@JefferMC o thanks, i see now that u are talking about S30. I'm still using S10-s3

JefferMC

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If you have the device buttons, then you can follow the process above to select which device's commands should be sent when you press the volume button.

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