01-02-2010 4:20 PM
I tried all of the Samsung DVD codes listed in the manual that came with my Uverse remote control, but no codes will work with their Blu Ray player I just got. I've tried the automatic search, and that never works either. Has anyone had any luck getting Blu Ray players to work with the remote?
I've tried every DVD code for Samsung documented here: http://helpme.att.net/pdf/uverse/remote_control_user_guide.pdf
01-02-2010 5:03 PM
Take a look HERE at FuzioN's extensive list of codes.
edit--FF browser keeps crashing Forgot to mention there are no BluRay codes there, but something might work?
01-03-2010 9:35 AM
Thanks. None of those codes would work either though. I guess I'll have to see if I can find a universal remote somewhere that will work with it.
01-03-2010 5:57 PM
They do sell a new RF (no line-of-site) remote here.
Might work since it is a learning (head-to-head) remote?
You can return if it doesn't work for you, maybe a local ATT store has them, no return shipping?
I have one, but haven't tried it for learning, just use to operate a shared STB...works great through walls for that.
01-05-2010 10:45 AM
01-06-2010 5:40 PM
I ended up purchasing the Sony RM-VL600 remote, and that solved the problem for me. It works fine with the Samsung BD-P3600 and AT&T's Uverse Motorola Cable box.
The Samsung and Motorola (U-verse) codes that it came with didn't work with the remote, but I was able to use the learning function to program each button one by one for both the Blu Ray and U-verse. I also have a Samsung soundbar for my sound system, and that also had to be programmed using the learning function.
I guess they just don't include enough build in codes in today's universal remotes.... and those Logitech remotes that can do anything are cool, but there was no way I'm paying over $30 for a remote.
01-14-2010 9:04 PM
I just thought I would mention on this forum that the Sony remote I purchased didn't work as I expected it to. Don't buy it! I ended up returning it to Best Buy. The Sony remote worked, but it turned out several buttons couldn't be programmed even with the "learning" feature.
I ended up going to Wal-Mart and buying a cheap $15 remote that was perfect. It works great as a Uverse remote replacement, and it does a perfect job replacing the latest Samsung Blu-Ray remote. It's a Philips model SRU5107/27. I've test every button, and this one works great. Anyone who owns a BD-P3600 they will agree, the A B C D buttons are very important, and this remote has colored buttons that match those. It even understands the devices without having to "learn" them.
I hope this helps someone out there so that they don't have to go through the trouble I did.
01-14-2010 11:16 PM
01-15-2010 12:36 AM
01-15-2011 2:45 PM
I can't get the remote to work with my bd6900. how'd you do it? what remote do you have. is your bluray connected to a samsung tv?