Guide on how to Program AT&T Remote Control to your TV

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Guide on how to Program AT&T Remote Control to your TV

Here's a guide on how to Program the AT&T Universal Remote Control to your TV.

 

Click Here for the Link. It also includes the codes for different brands of TV. If the guide help you please put a FeedBack or Rate me on the guide website.

 

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You dont happen to know any additional codes for Bose Cinemate GS II by chance? Nothing seems to work. FINALLY was able to get the Samsung BluRay set up. A code not listed by Uverse. SBR Model BD-D6500 @ code 2483 thanks to a post I came across. 

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mstaylor2511 -
Google U-verse remote code for bose & you will get many codes to try. You did see my earlier post that you need to change the volume setting??
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yup. tried that. even reset the uverse back to factory settings and started over. no go. I did get several codes yesterday from BOSE to try on the BOSE remote to set up the uverse box (mfg. by Cisco). Stop gap measure, I know but worth a try. Thanks
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I have not been able to enter any codes for the Samsung HDTV. The S10-S1 always comes back with the invalid response when entering codes. This is a new TV and I had previously entered the codes for a Sharp TV. Do I need to clear those codes before entering a new code or is there something else that I am missing?

 

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hawkmothmvp - You do not need to remove one code to add another. You should not have to, but you could try a factory dfault reset, just to clear the remote.

As the first step - You are doing the TV & OK buttons together?? Some settings use att/OK, but devices use the correct mode button. If you want to use other mode buttons for TV, there is a mode change first.
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I have been pressing the TV & OK buttons. I get the double flash to signify it is in programming mode. It's just when I enter any code, I get the long light signifying that it was an invalid code. I have multiple remotes and they all do the same thing. Are there new codes? Should I get a new remote?

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hawkmothmvp - There do seem to be different code for the two remotes. Is yours the all black or grey face?? & I will look up the samsung codes on the orig doc for the remote.
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I have the black remote

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hawkmothmvp - Samsung codes - 1006 1026 1041 - 43 1046 1047 1049 1081 - 85 1100 1136 - 39 1171 1176 1189 1214 1223 1311 1314 1345 1359 1364 1366 1370 1375 1442 1578

I had a Samsung that I could not find a code for & had to use the search method. If you do not find a setting with the TV off try it with the TV on. Note that the find method uses the enter button instead of the OK button.

Factory reset is att/ok( together) - 900
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