IR Universal Remote™ turns your phone into a real universal remote. Use your phone's built in IR Blaster to control infra-red devices such as your TV, Cable Box, Satellite, DVD, DVR, and much more. A phone or tablet with a built in IR Blaster is required. This application has thousands of supported manufacturer models with hundreds of thousands of different IR remote codes and is continuously growing in supported devices. This is one of the most universal applications in Google Play. Whether your kids have lost the TV remote or you just want to turn up the game at the bar you can always use your phone.
*Tip - Controlling Cable and Satellite boxes from IRUDB databse: Instead of searching for your cable or satellite providers name take a quick look at the bottom or back of the cable/satellite box for its name. Then when you search for IR codes in the database you can search for the name of the box. The box and the remote (the hardware) are usually made by a different company. The cable and satellite companies (the software) often rely on other companies to provide hardware for their cable or satellite software. I hope this helps!
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*View and use all IR-codes/buttons in the IRUDB™ database.
*Use (Quick) TV, Cable, Satellite, DVD, Blu-ray, and Air Conditioner remotes with GUI.
*Create a single Saved Remote.
*Button vibration (Saved Remote).
*Press and hold buttons to send repeat commands (Saved Remote).
*Save Custom Remotes from the IR databases (Saved Remote).
*Change remote backgrounds (pre-set and custom images)(Saved Remote).
*Edit button texts (Saved Remote).
*Edit button IR signal. (Saved Remote).
*Change button backgrounds (pre-set and custom images).
*Adjust button sizes.
*Adjust button positions (drag & drop + fine tune button positions).
*All ads removed.
*Create unlimited Saved Remotes.
*Quickly create Saved Remotes from the (Quick) TV, Cable, Satellite, DVD, and Blu-ray remotes.
*Share custom Saved Remotes
*Download shared custom Saved Remotes
*Manually input IR codes not found in the IR databases (copy & paste)
**Read and save codes from physical remote(s) – (HTC ONLY!)
Android 5.0 Lollipop supported
Make sure your phone or tablet has a built in IR Blaster before trying this application! Many 1 star reviews are from users that do not have a phone with a built in IR Blaster.. Please consider leaving a rating if you found this application useful. This entire application was created by one person only.
In app purchases: This allows you to remove ads and unlock additional features from inside the application.
Identity: This is to verify your in app purchase against your email address on new devices.
Photos and Media: This allows you to add your own custom images and graphics into the app. You can add images from your image folders to the remote background and individual button backgrounds.
Control Vibration: This is allows your phone to vibrate when a saved remote button is pressed (optional feature).
Full Network Access: This is required for internet access. The IRUDB™ database is accessed via internet.
View Network Connections: This is required for internet access.
Makes for a great Universal Hotel Remote!
THIS APP IS NOT AFFILIATED WITH ANY OTHER DEVELOPERS.
newest - Added HTC IR toggle button in settings (htc uses 2 ir implementations if default does't work try the other). Updated tablet layout to increase device compatibility.
newer - HTC One update fix
older - Fix to IRUDB database. Some IR Codes were being shuffled. This is now fixed. I have also re-implemented being able to test IR codes before saving. When mapping an IR code to a graphical button long press any button in the button list before mapping it to test it.