Support for the Remote


This infrared remote control is a standard replacement remote control for DVD / Blu-Ray players - It works well with the RemotePi Board and Kodi-based mediacenter installations. Two AAA batteries (not included) are required. The remote uses the RC6 infrared protocol which is supported by the RemotePi Board, LIRC and the Linux IR kernel driver.

To use the power button of this remote with the RemotePi Board just enter the learning mode on the RemotePi board and press the power button to configure the RemotePi Board to use this button to toggle power. Detailed instructions are here.

If you own a Logitech Harmony remote you can follow these instruction instead : Using Logitech Harmony Remotes with the RemotePi Board

 

Configure your mediacenter installation for this remote

The configuration procedure below will assign the following Kodi functions to the keys.
For the remote with the color keys : 

For the older remote without the color keys :


OpenElec 8.0.0 and later, LibreELEC 8.2.0 and later

The newer OpenElec and LibreELEC versions end support for LIRC, therefore the remote is configured using the newer GPIO IR kernel driver method.  

  • Put your SD card in a card reader and access it on a PC or Mac
  • Edit the file config.txt located in the root of the SD card and add the following line at the end of the file (if it is not already there), then save the file. Note : You cannot use Windows Notepad to edit the file as it uses Linux convention for new line characters, it will show without linefeeds under Windows Notepad. You can use Notepad++ or another Linux-compatible text editor.
    dtoverlay=gpio-ir
  • Put the SD card back into the Raspberry Pi and boot
    • CEC HAS TO be disabled for any IR remote to work in Kodi. Go to menu System>Settings>System>Input Devices>Peripherals>CEC, press enter again to access the CEC settings and disable it.
    • Use PuTTY to connect to your OpenElec / LibreELEC installation, default user name is root, password openelec (libreelec for LibreELEC)
    • Key in (mind the . in front of config !) :
      cd .config
      nano rc_keymaps/mslremote
    • Copy and paste the following text into the editor window
      # table mslremote, type: rc-6

      # below is for the black/gray remote without the color buttons (31 keys)
      #0x04c7 power button
      #0x0442 eject
      0x04d1 KEY_HOME
      0x040f KEY_INFO
      0x0458 KEY_UP
      0x045a KEY_LEFT
      0x045c KEY_OK
      0x045b KEY_RIGHT
      0x0459 KEY_DOWN
      0x0483 KEY_EXIT
      0x0482 KEY_MENU
      0x0421 KEY_PREVIOUS
      0x042c KEY_PAUSE
      0x0420 KEY_NEXT
      #0x047e usb
      0x0431 KEY_STOP
      0x0401 KEY_NUMERIC_1
      0x0402 KEY_NUMERIC_2
      0x0403 KEY_NUMERIC_3
      0x0404 KEY_NUMERIC_4
      0x0405 KEY_NUMERIC_5
      0x0406 KEY_NUMERIC_6
      0x0407 KEY_NUMERIC_7
      0x0408 KEY_NUMERIC_8
      0x0409 KEY_NUMERIC_9
      0x044b KEY_SUBTITLE
      0x0400 KEY_NUMERIC_0
      0x044e KEY_AUDIO
      0x04f7 KEY_VOLUMEDOWN
      0x04e7 KEY_MUTE
      0x04e8 KEY_VOLUMEUP
      #this is the mute key on the grey remote
      0x040d KEY_MUTE

      # below is for the newer remote with the color buttons (34 keys)
      #0x46c7 power button
      0x466d KEY_VOLUMEDOWN
      0x466e KEY_MUTE
      0x466f KEY_MUTE
      0x4670 KEY_VOLUMEUP
      0x4692 KEY_HOME
      #0x469a pop-up menu
      #0x469c top menu
      0x4658 KEY_UP
      0x465a KEY_LEFT
      0x465c KEY_OK
      0x465b KEY_RIGHT
      0x4659 KEY_DOWN
      0x4683 KEY_EXIT
      0x46c9 KEY_MENU
      0x462c KEY_PLAY
      0x4630 KEY_PAUSE
      0x4621 KEY_PREVIOUS
      0x4620 KEY_NEXT
      0x4629 KEY_REWIND
      0x4631 KEY_STOP
      0x4628 KEY_FASTFORWARD
      0x4601 KEY_NUMERIC_1
      0x4602 KEY_NUMERIC_2
      0x4603 KEY_NUMERIC_3
      0x4604 KEY_NUMERIC_4
      0x4605 KEY_NUMERIC_5
      0x4606 KEY_NUMERIC_6
      0x4607 KEY_NUMERIC_7
      0x4608 KEY_NUMERIC_8
      0x4609 KEY_NUMERIC_9
      0x464b KEY_SUBTITLE
      0x4600 KEY_NUMERIC_0
      0x464e KEY_AUDIO

    • (Please note that some of the keys are not used, these are remarked out with #, you can customize them, or any other key, by just changing the code assignment to another KEY_ code. You can find a complete list of possible values here)
    • Press ctrl+x to exit, y to confirm, enter to save the file
    • Key in
      nano rc_maps.cfg
    • Copy and paste the following text into the editor window
      * * mslremote
    • Press ctrl+x to exit, y to confirm, enter to save the file
    • Key in
    • nano autostart.sh
    • Add the following line as the last line in the file
      ir-keytable -a /storage/.config/rc_maps.cfg
    • (adding this line in autostart.sh is not be necessary, if you have a fresh installation of OpenElec / LibreELEC instead of upgrading from an older version)
    • Press ctrl+x to exit, y to confirm, enter to save the file
    • Reboot from the GUI
    • After reboot you can use the remote with OpenElec / LibreELEC


    OpenElec until 7.0.3, LibreELEC until 8.0.2

    • Please note : For OpenElec > 5.0.x and LibreELEC, you will need to do the following first to enable the LIRC driver :
      • Put your SD card in a card reader and access it on a PC or Mac
      • Check, if there is a folder with the name 'overlays'. If there is not, you can ignore the next step
      • Edit the file config.txt located in the root of the SD card and add the following line at the end of the file (if it is not already there), then save the file. Note : You cannot use Windows Notepad to edit the file as it uses Linux convention for new line characters, it will show without linefeeds under Windows Notepad. You can use Notepad++ or another Linux-compatible text editor.
        dtoverlay=lirc-rpi
      • Put the SD card back into the Raspberry Pi and boot
    • CEC HAS TO be disabled for any IR remote to work in Kodi. In OpenElec go to menu System>Settings>System>Input Devices>Peripherals>CEC, press enter again to access the CEC settings and disable it.
    • Use PuTTY to connect to your OpenElec installation, default user name is root, password openelec (for LibreELEC default password is libreelec)
    • Key in (mind the . in front of config !) :
      cd .config
      nano lircd.conf
    • Copy and paste the following text into the editor window
      # Please make this file available to others
      # by sending it to <lirc@bartelmus.de>
      #
      # contributed by MSL Digital Solutions
      #
      # brand: Philips RC6 DVD/BLURAY
      #
      begin remote
      name RemotePi1
      bits 21
      flags RC6|CONST_LENGTH
      eps 30
      aeps 100
      header 2667 889
      one 444 444
      zero 444 444
      gap 108000
      toggle_bit_mask 0x10000
      rc6_mask 0x10000
      min_repeat 2
      suppress_repeat 6
      begin codes

      # below is for the older remote without the color buttons
      #power 0x0EFB38
      #eject 0x0EFBBD
      KEY_HOME 0x0EFB2E
      KEY_INFO 0x0EFBF0
      KEY_UP 0x0EFBA7
      KEY_LEFT 0x0EFBA5
      KEY_OK 0x0EFBA3
      KEY_RIGHT 0x0EFBA4
      KEY_DOWN 0x0EFBA6
      KEY_EXIT 0x0EFB7C
      KEY_MENU 0x0EFB7D
      KEY_PREVIOUS 0x0EFBDE
      KEY_PAUSE 0x0EFBD3
      KEY_NEXT 0x0EFBDF
      #usb 0x0EFB81
      KEY_STOP 0x0EFBCE
      KEY_NUMERIC_1 0x0EFBFE
      KEY_NUMERIC_2 0x0EFBFD
      KEY_NUMERIC_3 0x0EFBFC
      KEY_NUMERIC_4 0x0EFBFB
      KEY_NUMERIC_5 0x0EFBFA
      KEY_NUMERIC_6 0x0EFBF9
      KEY_NUMERIC_7 0x0EFBF8
      KEY_NUMERIC_8 0x0EFBF7
      KEY_NUMERIC_9 0x0EFBF6
      KEY_SUBTITLE 0x0EFBB4
      KEY_NUMERIC_0 0x0EFBFF
      KEY_AUDIO 0x0EFBB1
      KEY_VOLUMEDOWN 0x0EFB08
      KEY_MUTE 0x0EFB18
      KEY_VOLUMEUP 0x0EFB17
      # this key is the mute key on the grey remote
      KEY_MUTE 0x0EFBF2

      # below is for the newer remote with the color buttons
      #power button 0x0EB938
      KEY_VOLUMEDOWN 0x0EB992
      KEY_MUTE 0x0EB991
      KEY_MUTE 0x0EB990
      KEY_VOLUMEUP 0x0EB98F
      KEY_HOME 0x0EB96D
      #pop-up menu 0x0EB965
      #top menu 0x0EB963
      KEY_UP 0x0EB9A7
      KEY_LEFT 0x0EB9A5
      KEY_OK 0x0EB9A3
      KEY_RIGHT 0x0EB9A4
      KEY_DOWN 0x0EB9A6
      KEY_EXIT 0x0EB97C
      KEY_MENU 0x0EB936
      KEY_PLAY 0x0EB9D3
      KEY_PAUSE 0x0EB9CF
      KEY_PREVIOUS 0x0EB9DE
      KEY_NEXT 0x0EB9DF
      KEY_REWIND 0x0EB9D6
      KEY_STOP 0x0EB9CE
      KEY_FASTFORWARD 0x0EB9D7
      KEY_NUMERIC_1 0x0EB9FE
      KEY_NUMERIC_2 0x0EB9FD
      KEY_NUMERIC_3 0x0EB9FC
      KEY_NUMERIC_4 0x0EB9FB
      KEY_NUMERIC_5 0x0EB9FA
      KEY_NUMERIC_6 0x0EB9F9
      KEY_NUMERIC_7 0x0EB9F8
      KEY_NUMERIC_8 0x0EB9F7
      KEY_NUMERIC_9 0x0EB9F6
      KEY_SUBTITLE 0x0EB9B4
      KEY_NUMERIC_0 0x0EB9FF
      KEY_AUDIO 0x0EB9B1
      end codes
      end remote

    • Press ctrl+x to exit, y to confirm, enter to save the file
    • Key in
      cd
    • For older versions of OpenElec (pre-Kodi, i.e. 4.x.x and earlier), key in the following line
      cd .xbmc
    • For newer version of OpenElec (Kodi, i.e. 5.0.0 and newer) and LibreELEC, key in the following line
      cd .kodi
    • Continue for all versions with (please note the capital L in Lircmap.xml - Linux is case sensitive)
    • cd userdata
      nano Lircmap.xml
    • Copy and paste the following text into the editor window
      <lircmap>
      <remote device="devinput">
      <start>KEY_HOME</start>
      </remote>
      </lircmap>
    • Press ctrl+x to exit, y to confirm, enter to save the file
    • Reboot from the GUI
    • After reboot you can use the remote with OpenElec / LibreELEC
    • For LibreELEC 8.0.0 and above, please make sure that LIRC is enabled (it should be enabled by default) in menu Settings, LibreELEC, Services, scroll down to LIRC

     

    Volumio (tested with Volumio 2.526)

    Volumio needs a plugin to support IR remotes, and support for our remote needs to be added manually to the plugin configuration.

    First install the plugin by going to Settings, Plugins, then in the Search Plugins list click on Accessories, look for the IR Remote Controller Plugin in the list and click on the install button.

    After the installation is completed, click on the Installed Plugins tab and activate the RemotePi plugin.

    The plugin still needs to be configured to support our remote, to do this 

    • Make sure SSH is enabled in Volumio by going to http://volumio.local/dev/ on the Volumio web-UI and click on the SHH Enable button.
    • Use PuTTY to connect to your Volumio installation, default user name is volumio, password volumio
    • Key in
      cd /data/plugins/accessory/ir_controller/configurations
      mkdir MSL_Remote
      cd MSL_Remote
      nano lircd.conf
    • Copy and paste the following text into the editor window
      # Please make this file available to others
      # by sending it to <lirc@bartelmus.de>
      #
      # contributed by MSL Digital Solutions
      #
      # brand: Philips RC6 DVD/BLURAY
      #
      begin remote
      name lircd.conf
      bits 21
      flags RC6|CONST_LENGTH
      eps 30
      aeps 100
      header 2667 889
      one 444 444
      zero 444 444
      gap 108000
      toggle_bit_mask 0x10000
      rc6_mask 0x10000
      min_repeat 2
      suppress_repeat 6
      begin codes

      # below is for the older remote without the color buttons
      #power 0x0EFB38
      #eject 0x0EFBBD
      KEY_HOME 0x0EFB2E
      KEY_INFO 0x0EFBF0
      KEY_UP 0x0EFBA7
      KEY_LEFT 0x0EFBA5
      KEY_OK 0x0EFBA3
      KEY_RIGHT 0x0EFBA4
      KEY_DOWN 0x0EFBA6
      KEY_EXIT 0x0EFB7C
      KEY_MENU 0x0EFB7D
      KEY_PREVIOUS 0x0EFBDE
      KEY_PAUSE 0x0EFBD3
      KEY_NEXT 0x0EFBDF
      #usb 0x0EFB81
      KEY_STOP 0x0EFBCE
      KEY_NUMERIC_1 0x0EFBFE
      KEY_NUMERIC_2 0x0EFBFD
      KEY_NUMERIC_3 0x0EFBFC
      KEY_NUMERIC_4 0x0EFBFB
      KEY_NUMERIC_5 0x0EFBFA
      KEY_NUMERIC_6 0x0EFBF9
      KEY_NUMERIC_7 0x0EFBF8
      KEY_NUMERIC_8 0x0EFBF7
      KEY_NUMERIC_9 0x0EFBF6
      KEY_SUBTITLE 0x0EFBB4
      KEY_NUMERIC_0 0x0EFBFF
      KEY_AUDIO 0x0EFBB1
      KEY_VOLUMEDOWN 0x0EFB08
      KEY_MUTE 0x0EFB18
      KEY_VOLUMEUP 0x0EFB17 
      # this key is the mute key on the grey remote 
      KEY_MUTE 0x0EFBF2

      # below is for the newer remote with the color buttons
      #power button 0x0EB938
      KEY_VOLUMEDOWN 0x0EB992
      KEY_MUTE 0x0EB991
      KEY_MUTE 0x0EB990
      KEY_VOLUMEUP 0x0EB98F
      KEY_HOME 0x0EB96D
      #pop-up menu 0x0EB965
      #top menu 0x0EB963
      KEY_UP 0x0EB9A7
      KEY_LEFT 0x0EB9A5
      KEY_OK 0x0EB9A3
      KEY_RIGHT 0x0EB9A4
      KEY_DOWN 0x0EB9A6
      KEY_EXIT 0x0EB97C
      KEY_MENU 0x0EB936
      KEY_PLAY 0x0EB9D3
      KEY_PAUSE 0x0EB9CF
      KEY_PREVIOUS 0x0EB9DE
      KEY_NEXT 0x0EB9DF
      KEY_REWIND 0x0EB9D6
      KEY_STOP 0x0EB9CE
      KEY_FASTFORWARD 0x0EB9D7
      KEY_NUMERIC_1 0x0EB9FE
      KEY_NUMERIC_2 0x0EB9FD
      KEY_NUMERIC_3 0x0EB9FC
      KEY_NUMERIC_4 0x0EB9FB
      KEY_NUMERIC_5 0x0EB9FA
      KEY_NUMERIC_6 0x0EB9F9
      KEY_NUMERIC_7 0x0EB9F8
      KEY_NUMERIC_8 0x0EB9F7
      KEY_NUMERIC_9 0x0EB9F6
      KEY_SUBTITLE 0x0EB9B4
      KEY_NUMERIC_0 0x0EB9FF
      KEY_AUDIO 0x0EB9B1
      end codes
      end remote

    • Press ctrl+x to exit, y to confirm, enter to save the file
    • Key in
      nano lircrc
    • This file assigns the keys on the remote to a function in Volumio, you can change it, if you would like to use different keys.
      Copy and paste the following text into the editor window
      begin
      prog = irexec
      button = KEY_PAUSE
      config = /usr/local/bin/volumio toggle
      end
      begin
      prog = irexec
      button = KEY_OK
      config = /usr/local/bin/volumio toggle
      end
      begin
      prog = irexec
      button = KEY_UP
      config = /usr/local/bin/volumio volume plus
      end
      begin
      prog = irexec
      button = KEY_DOWN
      config = /usr/local/bin/volumio volume minus
      end
      begin
      prog = irexec
      button = KEY_NEXT
      config = /usr/local/bin/volumio next
      end
      begin
      prog = irexec
      button = KEY_PREVIOUS
      config = /usr/local/bin/volumio previous
      end
      begin
      prog = irexec
      button = KEY_MUTE
      config = /usr/local/bin/volumio volume toggle
      repeat = 0
      end
      begin
      prog = irexec
      button = KEY_RIGHT
      config = /usr/local/bin/volumio seek plus
      end
      begin
      prog = irexec
      button = KEY_LEFT
      config = /usr/local/bin/volumio seek minus
      end
      begin
      prog = irexec
      button = KEY_EXIT
      config = /usr/local/bin/volumio repeat
      end
      begin
      prog = irexec
      button = KEY_MENU
      config = /usr/local/bin/volumio random
      end
    • Press ctrl+x to exit, y to confirm, enter to save the file
    • On the Volumio web UI go to Plugins, Installed Plugins tab, then click on the Settings button of the IR Remote Controller plugin
    • Choose MSL_Remote in the Profile list and click the Save button
    • After reboot you can use the remote with Volumio

    Please note that the IR Remote Controller Plugin currently cannot set the GPIO pin used for the GPIO IR receiver. This is normally GPIO 18, but can be modified to GPIO 17 on the RemotePi Board hardware (see the RemotePi Board and HiFiBerry section of the support page for details). If you have modified the RemotePi Board to use GPIO 17, you can use the settings option of the RemotePi Plugin to configure Volumio for this change.

     

    RasPlex 0.6.0 and newer (tested with RasPlex 0.6.0 to 1.8.0)

    • To activate support for the RemotePi Board go to menu System Settings, Services, scroll down and select 'Enable RemotePi Board Support'. In the menu entry below that make sure you select which RemotePi Board version you have (2015 or 2013). All current RemotePi Boards use the 2015 configuration.
    • RasPlex 0.6.0 and newer already includes support for the RemotePi Board and our older remote, no need to install anything manually in this case.
      Our newer remote (with the 4 colored buttons) is not yet supported out of the box, you need to enable it by doing the following :

    • Use PuTTY to connect to your RasPlex installation, default user name is root, password rasplex
    • Key in (mind the . in front of config !) :
      cd .config
      nano lircd.conf
    • Copy and paste the same lircd.conf file from the above instructions for OpenElec until 7.0.3 / LibreElec until 8.0.2
    • Press ctrl+x to exit, y to confirm, enter to save the file
    • Reboot from the GUI
    • After reboot you can use the remote with RasPlex

    OSMC (tested with OSMC up to version 20180109)

    • CEC HAS TO be disabled for any IR remote to work in XBMC (Kodi). In OSMC go to menu Settings>System>Input Devices>Peripherals>CEC, press enter again to access the CEC settings and disable it.
    • In the OSMC menu, under My OSMC>Pi Config>Hardware Support, enable LIRC GPIO support. This may already be enabled by default. Do not change any of the other GPIO settings.
    • Use PuTTY to connect to your OSMC installation, default user name is osmc, password osmc
    • Key in :
      nano /home/osmc/lircd.conf
    • Copy and paste the lircd config (same data as for OpenElec, see above)
    • Press ctrl+x to exit, y to confirm, enter to save the file
    • Go to the OSMC menu, under My OSMC>Remotes, select Browse
    • Select the Home Folder, then lircd.conf
    • Click confirm
    • Select lircd from the list of remotes
    • Reboot
    • Now you can use the remote with OSMC

    Raspbmc (tested with Raspbmc running Kodi Built 24 Dec 2014)

    • CEC HAS TO be disabled for any IR remote to work in XBMC (Kodi). In Raspbmc go to menu System>Settings>System>Input Devices>Peripherals>CEC, press enter again to access the CEC settings and disable it.
    • In Programs>Raspbmc Settings>IR Remote, enable GPIO TSOP IR Receiver and choose custom in the GPIO IR remote profile
    • Use PuTTY to connect to your Raspbmc installation, default user name is pi, password raspberry
    • Key in :
      nano /home/pi/lircd.conf
    • Copy and paste the lircd config (same data as for OpenElec, see above)
    • Press ctrl+x to exit, y to confirm, enter to save the file
    • Key in :
      sudo shutdown –r now
    • After reboot you can use the remote with Raspbmc

    XBian (tested with XBian 2015-12-27)

    • CEC HAS TO be disabled for any IR remote to work in XBMC (Kodi). In XBian go to menu System>Settings>System>Input Devices>Peripherals>CEC, press enter again to access the CEC settings and disable it.
    • Use PuTTY to connect to your XBian installation, default user name is xbian, password raspberry
    • Key in :
      sudo -i
    • Enter password raspberry again
    • Key in :
      echo "lirc_rpi" >> /etc/modules
      nano /etc/lirc/lircd.conf
    • Copy and paste the lircd config (same data as for OpenElec, see above)
    • Press ctrl+x to exit, y to confirm, enter to save the file
    • Key in :
      nano /etc/lirc/hardware/lirc_rpi.conf
    • Change the line LIRCD_ARGS="-u" to LIRCD_ARGS="" (please note that if you upgrade XBian and get a problem that the navigation keys on the remote register twice, then you will need to redo this step)
    • Press ctrl+x to exit, y to confirm, enter to save the file
    • Key in (please note the capital L in Lircmap.xml - Linux is case sensitive)
      nano /usr/local/share/kodi/system/Lircmap.xml
    • Copy and paste the following text into the editor window
      <lircmap>
          <remote device="RemotePi1">
              <left>KEY_LEFT</left>
              <right>KEY_RIGHT</right>
              <up>KEY_UP</up>
              <down>KEY_DOWN</down>
              <select>KEY_OK</select>
              <start>KEY_HOME</start>
              <back>KEY_EXIT</back>
              <play>KEY_PLAY</play>
              <play>KEY_PLAYPAUSE</play>
              <pause>KEY_PAUSE</pause>
              <stop>KEY_STOP</stop>
              <skipplus>KEY_NEXT</skipplus>
              <skipminus>KEY_PREVIOUS</skipminus>
              <title>KEY_TITLE</title>
              <title>KEY_EPG</title>
              <subtitle>KEY_SUBTITLE</subtitle>
              <language>KEY_LANGUAGE</language>
              <mute>KEY_MUTE</mute>
              <power>KEY_POWER</power>
              <one>KEY_NUMERIC_1</one>
              <two>KEY_NUMERIC_2</two>
              <three>KEY_NUMERIC_3</three>
              <four>KEY_NUMERIC_4</four>
              <five>KEY_NUMERIC_5</five>
              <six>KEY_NUMERIC_6</six>
              <seven>KEY_NUMERIC_7</seven>
              <eight>KEY_NUMERIC_8</eight>
              <nine>KEY_NUMERIC_9</nine>
              <zero>KEY_NUMERIC_0</zero>
              <info>KEY_INFO</info>
              <display>KEY_ZOOM</display>
              <mymusic>KEY_AUDIO</mymusic>
          </remote>
      </lircmap>
    • Press ctrl+x to exit, y to confirm, enter to save the file
    • Key in :
      reboot
    • After reboot you can use the remote with XBian

    Recalbox (tested with Recalbox 4.0.0)

    • LIRC and therefore the remote does currently not work with Recalbox 4.0.1, this is a bug in Recalbox which should be fixed in future releases.
    • Please note that Recalbox supports LIRC menu navigation in the built-in Kodi player only, not in the Recalbox UI.
    • Use PuTTY to connect to your Recalbox installation, default user name is root, password recalboxroot
    • Key in :
      mount -o remount, rw /boot
      nano /boot/config.txt

    • look for the line
      #dtoverlay=lirc-rpi
    • remove the # at the beginning of that line so that the line is
      dtoverlay=lirc-rpi
    • Press ctrl+x to exit, y to confirm, enter to save the file
    • Key in :
      nano /recalbox/share/system/.config/lirc/lircd.conf
    • In the nano editor, delete everything that is already in the file and paste the following into the editor
    • # Please make this file available to others
      # by sending it to <lirc@bartelmus.de>
      #
      # contributed by MSL Digital Solutions
      #
      # brand:  Philips RC6 DVD
      #
      begin remote
      name customremote
      bits 21
      flags RC6|CONST_LENGTH
      eps 30
      aeps 100
      header 2667 889
      one 444 444
      zero 444 444
      gap 108000
      toggle_bit_mask 0x10000
      rc6_mask 0x10000
      min_repeat 2
      suppress_repeat 6
      begin codes
      # below is for the older remote without the color buttons
      #power 0x0EFB38
      #eject 0x0EFBBD
      KEY_HOME 0x0EFB2E
      KEY_INFO 0x0EFBF0
      KEY_UP 0x0EFBA7
      KEY_LEFT 0x0EFBA5
      KEY_OK 0x0EFBA3
      KEY_RIGHT 0x0EFBA4
      KEY_DOWN 0x0EFBA6
      KEY_EXIT 0x0EFB7C
      KEY_MENU 0x0EFB7D
      KEY_PREVIOUS 0x0EFBDE
      KEY_PAUSE 0x0EFBD3
      KEY_NEXT 0x0EFBDF
      #usb 0x0EFB81
      KEY_STOP 0x0EFBCE
      KEY_NUMERIC_1 0x0EFBFE
      KEY_NUMERIC_2 0x0EFBFD
      KEY_NUMERIC_3 0x0EFBFC
      KEY_NUMERIC_4 0x0EFBFB
      KEY_NUMERIC_5 0x0EFBFA
      KEY_NUMERIC_6 0x0EFBF9
      KEY_NUMERIC_7 0x0EFBF8
      KEY_NUMERIC_8 0x0EFBF7
      KEY_NUMERIC_9 0x0EFBF6
      KEY_SUBTITLE 0x0EFBB4
      KEY_NUMERIC_0 0x0EFBFF
      KEY_AUDIO 0x0EFBB1
      KEY_VOLUMEDOWN 0x0EFB08
      KEY_MUTE 0x0EFB18
      KEY_VOLUMEUP 0x0EFB17

      # this key is the mute key on the grey remote
      KEY_MUTE 0x0EFBF2

      # below is for the newer remote with the color buttons
      #power button 0x0EB938
      KEY_VOLUMEDOWN 0x0EB992
      KEY_MUTE 0x0EB991
      KEY_MUTE 0x0EB990
      KEY_VOLUMEUP 0x0EB98F
      KEY_HOME 0x0EB96D
      #pop-up menu 0x0EB965
      #top menu 0x0EB963
      KEY_UP 0x0EB9A7
      KEY_LEFT 0x0EB9A5
      KEY_OK 0x0EB9A3
      KEY_RIGHT 0x0EB9A4
      KEY_DOWN 0x0EB9A6
      KEY_EXIT 0x0EB97C
      KEY_MENU 0x0EB936
      KEY_PLAY 0x0EB9D3
      KEY_PAUSE 0x0EB9CF
      KEY_PREVIOUS 0x0EB9DE
      KEY_NEXT 0x0EB9DF
      KEY_REWIND 0x0EB9D6
      KEY_STOP 0x0EB9CE
      KEY_FASTFORWARD 0x0EB9D7
      KEY_NUMERIC_1 0x0EB9FE
      KEY_NUMERIC_2 0x0EB9FD
      KEY_NUMERIC_3 0x0EB9FC
      KEY_NUMERIC_4 0x0EB9FB
      KEY_NUMERIC_5 0x0EB9FA
      KEY_NUMERIC_6 0x0EB9F9
      KEY_NUMERIC_7 0x0EB9F8
      KEY_NUMERIC_8 0x0EB9F7
      KEY_NUMERIC_9 0x0EB9F6
      KEY_SUBTITLE 0x0EB9B4
      KEY_NUMERIC_0 0x0EB9FF
      KEY_AUDIO 0x0EB9B1
      end codes
      end remote

    • Press ctrl+x to exit, y to confirm, enter to save the file
    • Key in :
      reboot
    • After reboot you can use the remote with Kodi in Recalbox

     


    This page was last updated 20-Feb-2019