Irdroid

Irdroid


Before you install/rate this APP, please make sure that you have an Irdroid module!!!

Turns your phone into infrared remote control for your TV,STB or DVD, allowing you to control various Infrared devices from a distance. Uses and needs external Irdroid module.This app can't be used without Irdroid module. You can purchase a Irdroid module now with Bitcoin :)

Features:

Remotes: LIRC Remotes, Samsung, LG, Motorola, Sony, Panasonic, Philips

Works instantly: The user only needs to install the application and plug in the Irdroid module.

Great operating range: > 10 meters (LOS - line of sight)

Free and open source application, DIY Infrared module

The App is practically a port of the LIRC (Linux Infrared Remote Control) compatible with LIRC conf files

Irdroid Is now not only open source project with regard to the software part but it is also open hardware (you can download the schematics / pcb files from http://www.irdroid.com. That's right you can DIY !!

Recent changes:
+Minor GUI modifications.
+Added audio volume save state feature (automatic)
+Added remote selection save feature (automatic)
+Fixes for Irdroid v2.0 hardware (bluetooth version)
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3.0
User ratings
518
Installs
100,000+
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0
File size
204 kb
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About Irdroid
Before you install/rate this APP, please make sure that you have an Irdroid module!!!

Turns your phone into infrared remote control for your TV,STB or DVD, allowing you to control various Infrared devices from a distance. Uses and needs external Irdroid module.This app can't be used without Irdroid module. You can purchase a Irdroid module now with Bitcoin :)

Features:

Remotes: LIRC Remotes, Samsung, LG, Motorola, Sony, Panasonic, Philips

Works instantly: The user only needs to install the application and plug in the Irdroid module.

Great operating range: > 10 meters (LOS - line of sight)

Free and open source application, DIY Infrared module

The App is practically a port of the LIRC (Linux Infrared Remote Control) compatible with LIRC conf files

Irdroid Is now not only open source project with regard to the software part but it is also open hardware (you can download the schematics / pcb files from http://www.irdroid.com. That's right you can DIY !!

Recent changes:
+Minor GUI modifications.
+Added audio volume save state feature (automatic)
+Added remote selection save feature (automatic)
+Fixes for Irdroid v2.0 hardware (bluetooth version)

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jun 5, 2015
I had high hopes. To say this app is a let down would be an understatement. I ordered the module. Ships from Bulgaria btw. Took forever to get here. I'm a smart guy and it took me a week to successfully parse a file for the remote I need. Did it work then? No! It crashes every time I send a command (remote button press). Turns out, it's not compatible with lollipop. The documentation does not explain how to import the remote file you need. I feel like I got taken advantage of. App last updated in Jan 2014.
A Google User
Apr 10, 2015
Does not work
A Google User
Apr 9, 2015
Needs more devices Need to add more devices like more tv's and some game consoles like xbox 360
A Google User
Apr 7, 2015
No Lollipop... I was so excited to get my IrDroid module. Got my conf file downloaded, finally found the right battery... And it crashes when I send any input. I should have expected an app still using pre-Holo design principles not to work...
A Google User
Feb 22, 2015
Doesn't work on my phone After installing and running the app all I get is 6 buttons on the top of screen with volume, channel etc, and 2 drop down lists at the bottom which are not populated. All I see is 2 blank buttons. When I click on either I get a small window without a list or anything to select. There's mention of a "menu" button and select update DB - what menu button??? There's none on the app and my phone doesn't have one. I see some reviews mention a config file - how do I use this. What am I missing? And yes I have an IR module.