mbhRemote Demo 2

mbhRemote Demo 2


A demo version of mbhRemote. Contains all the same functionality of mbhRemote except that it does not save any programming. When the program closes (or is closed by the operating system), all programming will be lost.

Home screen shortcuts require saved programming and therefore do not work in this demo version.

One or more of the following is required by this app:
- A Global Cache' hardware device
- A hardware device which can be controlled over a home network
- A supported built in IR Blaster

iTach IR learning quick start:
- Press 'Devices...'
- Open the menu and select 'New Device...'
- Enter a name such as 'My iTach'
- Enter the ip address for your iTach
- Click test connection and ensure you are able to connect
- Go back 2 times and press 'Remotes...'
- Open the menu and select 'New Remote...'
- Enter a name such as 'My Remote'
- Go back and long press the remote name you just created
- Select 'Program...' from the context menu
- Press the button you wish to program and select 'Learn...' from the context menu
- Point your actual remote at your iTach's IR learning sensor and press the remote button
- Once the IR code is received an editing testing screen will open where you can test the programmed button

HTC One IR learning quick start
- Press 'Devices...'
- Open the menu and select 'New Device...'
- Enter a name such as 'My HTC'
- Select device type 'HTC One'
- Go back 2 times and press 'Remotes...'
- Open the menu and select 'New Remote...'
- Enter a name such as 'My Remote'
- Go back and long press the remote name you just created
- Select 'Program...' from the context menu
- Press the button you wish to program and select 'Learn...' from the context menu
- Point your actual remote at your HTC One's learning sensor (it's in the power button) and press the remote button
- Once the IR code is received an editing testing screen will open where you can test the programmed button

IR import quick start:
- Press 'Devices...'
- Open the menu and select 'New Device...'
- Enter a name such as 'My iTach'
- Enter the ip address for your iTach
- Click test connection and ensure you are able to connect
- Go back 2 times, open the menu and select Import/Export
- Select 'Import from GC IR database'
- Select a manufacturer, device type, codeset and click 'Test IR Codes'
- Use the Test button to test your selected codeset
- If the codes work, click 'Import'. If not, press back and select a different codeset
- Once you have found a working codeset and imported it, go back 3 times and press 'Remotes...'
- Open the menu and select 'New Remote...'
- Enter a name such as 'My Remote'
- Click 'Auto map' and select the IR codes you just imported
- Go back and long press the remote name you just created
- Select 'Program...' from the context menu
- Press the button you wish to program and select 'Copy from...' from the context menu
- Select the remote you imported and then select the button you wish to copy from

Once again, this demo version does not save any of your programming. Once the app exits, all programming will be lost.

If you decide to buy the full version, you can export your programming from the demo version and import it into the full version. You can access the Import / Export screen from the main screen's menu.

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About mbhRemote Demo 2
A demo version of mbhRemote. Contains all the same functionality of mbhRemote except that it does not save any programming. When the program closes (or is closed by the operating system), all programming will be lost.

Home screen shortcuts require saved programming and therefore do not work in this demo version.

One or more of the following is required by this app:
- A Global Cache' hardware device
- A hardware device which can be controlled over a home network
- A supported built in IR Blaster

iTach IR learning quick start:
- Press 'Devices...'
- Open the menu and select 'New Device...'
- Enter a name such as 'My iTach'
- Enter the ip address for your iTach
- Click test connection and ensure you are able to connect
- Go back 2 times and press 'Remotes...'
- Open the menu and select 'New Remote...'
- Enter a name such as 'My Remote'
- Go back and long press the remote name you just created
- Select 'Program...' from the context menu
- Press the button you wish to program and select 'Learn...' from the context menu
- Point your actual remote at your iTach's IR learning sensor and press the remote button
- Once the IR code is received an editing testing screen will open where you can test the programmed button

HTC One IR learning quick start
- Press 'Devices...'
- Open the menu and select 'New Device...'
- Enter a name such as 'My HTC'
- Select device type 'HTC One'
- Go back 2 times and press 'Remotes...'
- Open the menu and select 'New Remote...'
- Enter a name such as 'My Remote'
- Go back and long press the remote name you just created
- Select 'Program...' from the context menu
- Press the button you wish to program and select 'Learn...' from the context menu
- Point your actual remote at your HTC One's learning sensor (it's in the power button) and press the remote button
- Once the IR code is received an editing testing screen will open where you can test the programmed button

IR import quick start:
- Press 'Devices...'
- Open the menu and select 'New Device...'
- Enter a name such as 'My iTach'
- Enter the ip address for your iTach
- Click test connection and ensure you are able to connect
- Go back 2 times, open the menu and select Import/Export
- Select 'Import from GC IR database'
- Select a manufacturer, device type, codeset and click 'Test IR Codes'
- Use the Test button to test your selected codeset
- If the codes work, click 'Import'. If not, press back and select a different codeset
- Once you have found a working codeset and imported it, go back 3 times and press 'Remotes...'
- Open the menu and select 'New Remote...'
- Enter a name such as 'My Remote'
- Click 'Auto map' and select the IR codes you just imported
- Go back and long press the remote name you just created
- Select 'Program...' from the context menu
- Press the button you wish to program and select 'Copy from...' from the context menu
- Select the remote you imported and then select the button you wish to copy from

Once again, this demo version does not save any of your programming. Once the app exits, all programming will be lost.

If you decide to buy the full version, you can export your programming from the demo version and import it into the full version. You can access the Import / Export screen from the main screen's menu.

Recent changes:
Sync with latest mbhRemote
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A Google User
Feb 6, 2014
Work same as expectation My Sharp SH12C is not in device list :-(, so I will continue using iRemo :-D
A Google User
Sep 16, 2013
HTC One GE learning ability broken I like the features and customizability on this remote, however from the demo it doesn't appear to be able to properly learn on the Google Edition (4.3) HTC One. Whenever I click the learn button a small dialogue box pops up and immediately vanishes again. It's possible this isn't a flaw with the app, but rather with the way the Google Edition Android treats the IR sensor, which is why I'm not really penalizing them by way of reducing the star rating. That said, unless and until that works I'm not going to be able to buy this, since the ability to learn IR codes is necessary for me. Developers, if I can help you solve this by doing further testing and providing results, please feel free to let me know. I really like the featureset on this remote and would like to buy it.
A Google User
Jun 10, 2013
Faded Wow pretty cool. Ssmsung galaxy s4. Works but you have to import codes then program every button. I think. That s how I got it to work