Those RCD files are a real problem because they use some form of encryption (or at least encoding) to create the codes.
The code that is actually sent to the BaseStation has nothing in common with the code that is stored in the RCD file.
If you look at the Header, it says the encoding is "base64+c3". Well the base64 is obvious but the c3 is some kind of encoding that is applied prior to base64 encoding.
I am already thinking about supporting different Remote codes. I am thinking about Pronto Codes. That would free the app from the proprietary RCD format.
So here is a question to anyone with a BaseStation that has IR learning capabilities.
DOES anyone of you own a universal remote that supports Pronto Codes.
If yes, please contact me.
And as i already mentioned earilier. I am currently very busy, so please don't expect any updates this month.
Here in the states the new standards with digital signals in cable companies is really complicated. They require us to use DTA's (Digital Transport Adapters) to connect to our TV sets and through that they'll convert the digital signal back to where it can be played on the TV (or locationfree basestation) on to channel 3 (hence when you worked with the TV Tuner, only channel 3 works). But the DTA isn't the complicated part, it's the remote that's complicated. After looking and looking on the internet I saw that the ones that are being handed out by my cable company is using a newer remote standard called "XMP". So I tried every single remote code for locationfree I could find that could relate to the Comcast (Cable company) or Cisco (DTA manufacturer) and none of them worked. The main problem with XMP is that not even Slingbox or Logitech Universal Remotes have codes readily available for them.
And so, I pulled out my old Windows Mobile 2003 device that had an IR port and remote program. and turns out I can still teach these XMP codes to an IR Receiver. So it comes to my conclusion that You HAVE to teach them to your device.