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[Q] IR Blaster/Universal Remote Apps?

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5th January 2014, 08:07 PM   |  #1  
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Has anyone found a good app that works with the Note3 IR blaster? I haven't been able to get WatchON to work with my phone/tv combo and am looking for something that works well... Any help would be much appreciated!
5th January 2014, 08:58 PM   |  #2  
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don't know which is the best because I don't have any issues with Watchon but I'd start here

https://play.google.com/store/search...blaster&c=apps

which tv do you have ?
5th January 2014, 09:29 PM   |  #3  
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Cool Smart IR Remote
Smart IR Remote works great and has nice widgets. Watch On blows...

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...om.remotefairy
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Smart IR Remote works great and has nice widgets. Watch On blows...

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...om.remotefairy

Is it worth the $7? If it is I'll buy it... I usually prefer free but if it's a genuinely good app i'll throw some money at it
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Is it worth the $7? If it is I'll buy it... I usually prefer free but if it's a genuinely good app i'll throw some money at it

Works great with our Note 3, well worth it I've already forgotten I paid 7 bucks.
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@SomeFknGuy i sent pm look
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Is it worth the $7? If it is I'll buy it... I usually prefer free but if it's a genuinely good app i'll throw some money at it

It works fantastic, and their support is top-notch. I worked with them all summer on bugs, etc.

If you have access to an HTC One, the hardware IR implementation on it supports code learning, so you can "teach" it commands. I had to do this on some devices I had remote controls for that were not supported. I created a device, learned the codes, and then did a backup of my config within the app. I then restored that backup to my various devices with IR ports (Note 3 included) and it worked like a champ.

Smart IR takes Watch On to school in every respect. EASILY worth the cost if IR is really important to you.
6th January 2014, 02:26 AM   |  #8  
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It works fantastic, and their support is top-notch. I worked with them all summer on bugs, etc.

If you have access to an HTC One, the hardware IR implementation on it supports code learning, so you can "teach" it commands. I had to do this on some devices I had remote controls for that were not supported. I created a device, learned the codes, and then did a backup of my config within the app. I then restored that backup to my various devices with IR ports (Note 3 included) and it worked like a champ.

Smart IR takes Watch On to school in every respect. EASILY worth the cost if IR is really important to you.

this.

htc one tv remote is 10x better then note 3. i will have to try this app though maybe it will make note a little better and closer to htc one
6th January 2014, 02:23 PM   |  #9  
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Galaxy s4 universal remote works pretty good for me

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6th January 2014, 07:03 PM   |  #10  
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WatchON has been great for me. I've been able to fully control every IR device I've come in contact with (including a 17-year-old DVD player). Can't beat it for free.

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