IR Remote Control

IR Remote Control


Universal IR Remote Control allows you to use your phone as a remote control for your TV, DVD, VCR or set-top box. It use the infrared (IR) emitter on your phone to control any of your devices.

Currently you can control the following devices:
* LG TVs
* Panasonic TVs
* Samsung TVs
* Sharp TVs
* Sony TVs
* etc
However more devices will be added. Please use the Send Feedback option from the options menu to request your device and I will add the devices requested most first. Please also send feedback to confirm that the app is working with a particular model (or if it doesn't work).

This app has been confirmed to work with Samsung Galaxy S4 to control Panasonic and Sharp TVs.

To be able to you this app you need a phone with Android 4.4 (KitKat) or later and an infra-red transmitter.

Phones with IR Blaster include Samsung Galaxy S5, S4, S4 Active, S4 Mini, S4 Zoom, Note 3, Note 8.0, Note 10.1, Tab 7.0 Plus, Tab 2, Tab 3, Galaxy Mega, HTC One, Lenovo Medion Lifetab S7852 (there may be more models).

Note: LG G2 is not supported since it use an own proprietary closed interface rather than standard Android interface.

Recent changes:
1.7 (2014-08-08):
Support for DVD players: LG and Panasonic
Support for TV boxes: Dreambox (Dreambox1 for enigma1 based boxes with small remote, eg. dm500. Dreambox2 for enigma2 based boxes with big remote, eg. dm800, dm7025)

1.6 (2014-07-14):
Fix for HTC One
Support for Samsung VCR

1.5 (2014-05-17):
Support for Lenovo Medion Lifetab S7852 (MD98625) tablet

1.4 (2014-05-11):
Long click repetitions configurable in Settings
Support for Panasonic VCRs
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About IR Remote Control
Universal IR Remote Control allows you to use your phone as a remote control for your TV, DVD, VCR or set-top box. It use the infrared (IR) emitter on your phone to control any of your devices.

Currently you can control the following devices:
* LG TVs
* Panasonic TVs
* Samsung TVs
* Sharp TVs
* Sony TVs
* etc
However more devices will be added. Please use the Send Feedback option from the options menu to request your device and I will add the devices requested most first. Please also send feedback to confirm that the app is working with a particular model (or if it doesn't work).

This app has been confirmed to work with Samsung Galaxy S4 to control Panasonic and Sharp TVs.

To be able to you this app you need a phone with Android 4.4 (KitKat) or later and an infra-red transmitter.

Phones with IR Blaster include Samsung Galaxy S5, S4, S4 Active, S4 Mini, S4 Zoom, Note 3, Note 8.0, Note 10.1, Tab 7.0 Plus, Tab 2, Tab 3, Galaxy Mega, HTC One, Lenovo Medion Lifetab S7852 (there may be more models).

Note: LG G2 is not supported since it use an own proprietary closed interface rather than standard Android interface.

Recent changes:
1.7 (2014-08-08):
Support for DVD players: LG and Panasonic
Support for TV boxes: Dreambox (Dreambox1 for enigma1 based boxes with small remote, eg. dm500. Dreambox2 for enigma2 based boxes with big remote, eg. dm800, dm7025)

1.6 (2014-07-14):
Fix for HTC One
Support for Samsung VCR

1.5 (2014-05-17):
Support for Lenovo Medion Lifetab S7852 (MD98625) tablet

1.4 (2014-05-11):
Long click repetitions configurable in Settings
Support for Panasonic VCRs
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A Google User
Dec 8, 2014
Best Good
A Google User
Dec 8, 2014
Doesn't work Have an LG volt which has an IR emitter but the app says it doesn't
A Google User
Dec 7, 2014
Crap Not working with Tab s T700 and Philips 7 series dont say universal if you tested only on one device
A Google User
Nov 30, 2014
Fine Can you please add one for viz io tvs
A Google User
Nov 30, 2014
I don't have IR :( Doesn't work for me, but there are very few ads, lots of options and settings and it's fairly clean and easy to use. Most remotes I've looked at are flooded with ads, rating popups and other pronotional bits. This is the proper use of ads.