07-27-2009 09:15:21 AM
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08-04-2009 11:36:41 PM
Try these other LG codes from FuZioN: 0004 0050 0009 0005 0227 0338 0012 0057 0080 0156
Please NO SD stretch-o-vision or 480 SD HD Channels
1-800-983-2811 to avoid Mr. Voice Recognition
YRMV IMHO Simply a U-verse user, nothing more
08-05-2009 02:40:53 AM
11-11-2009 07:01:23 AM
the auto code works if you do
1)Press TV and Ok. Let go the same time and the buttons on top of the remote will flash twice
2) Enter 922 and tthe TV button will flash twice
3) Press the play button simultaneously and aim it at the TV. Give a second pause after each press as some LCD tvs have a delay before it powers down.
4) One the tv is off press the enter button (bottom right of remote) and the TV button will flash 3 times. Press the power button to confirm the remote is in sync with your TV. I do recall LG tv's going off on the 4th hit of the play button.
10-14-2011 05:32:24 AM - edited 10-14-2011 05:34:06 AM
I have a LG Flatron M2262D. I've tried all of these, inluding the 922 code. Nothing has worked so far and it's really frustrating. Help?
Try the LG codes in the HDTV section of this list. I have 4 LG LCD TVs (1 2009 model and 3 2010 models), and one of these codes worked great for each. All the features that can be mapped to buttons on the U-verse remote are accessible, including the input, menu, and info buttons.
If you still don't have luck, I recommend getting a Logitech Harmony remote. The Harmony 650 and above have a massive database of devices, and you can create custom activities like "Watch TV" which will turn on your U-verse DVR or STB, TV, and AV receiver, then set all of them to the appropriate inputs. In our case, "Watch TV" gets everything up and running, then sends channel commands to the U-verse box, volume commands to our AV receiver, and allows us to access all the other features like AV mode (for TV) and surround mode (for the AV receiver) from a convenient LCD screen on the Harmony.
The Harmony can also quickly be switched from activity-mode to device-mode, whereby it completely mimics the original vendor remote for any of your programmed devices. We love ours -- especially my wife and daughter. There is now only 1 remote in the family room (instead of 4: U-verse, LG TV, Yamaha AV receiver, and Panasonic Blu-ray). I saw the Harmony 650 for $55 at Costco just this past weekend. The original MSRP was over $100 a year ago.