Read the user manual of both the remote control and the device (TV, DVD, etc.). Search online for a list of codes for your device. Search online for a list of codes that are not brand specific (recommended if you have an unbranded TV). Contact your device manufacturer for the correct code.
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General Method #4: Press and hold the power button and the device button at the same time until the LED blinks or turns solid, then release the power button and press repeatedly until turns the device on or off, and then press the device button (sometimes the stop button) to save the setting.
As long as your smart TV has an infrared sensor (or whatever connection type your remote uses, like Bluetooth or Wi-Fi), your universal remote should work with it.
Locate the model name on the original packaging. Locate the model name and serial number on the product sticker. Locate the model name, serial number and software version in the HELP section of the TV settings menu. On the supplied remote control, press the HOME button.
The MAGIC button is used to set up your ONE FOR ALL 5. The POWER button has the same function as on your original remote control. The TV, VCR, SAT, DVD and AMP buttons select the home entertainment device to be controlled.
The good news is: Yes, you can use a universal remote with any TV sold today. To replace your TV remote control, you could purchase a device-specific remote control from your TV manufacturer, but this could prove expensive and is actually unnecessary.
Insert new batteries in the remote control. Make sure the device’s infrared (IR) sensor is not blocked. Depending on the remote control, press the corresponding function button or move the slide switch for the product to be operated. Try using the remote control at different distances from the product.
Universal remote apps for non-smart TVs
Universal remote apps are widely available for Android and iOS but one thing to consider before downloading any software should is whether your phone has an IR blaster. This allows your phone to seamlessly connect to a non-smart TV as these TVs don’t have wireless connections.