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How to setup My Universal Remote Control App for Audio / Video?

Welcome to the setup guide of MyURemote! Please read this help page first. If you need more info don’t hesitate to contact our support team: support@myuremote.com. In this tutorial we show the basics how to configure: In this tutorial we give detailed instructions how to configure MyURemote to control IR devices: Step 1 – Preparations. […]

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MyURemote direct network control ( IP control via LAN / WiFi ).

introduction: MyURemote (My Universal Remote Control) is an IOS and Android App able to control many home theater components with unmatched support for IP control. Controlling devices directly via IP control requires that MyURemote and your component can communicate over your Wi-Fi network. A key advantage of IP controllable devices is often that they provide […]

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How to create macro buttons?

Macros are used to send multiple commands from a single button. In the configuration panel, you can combine commands from the same Device, different Devices, different Command types (IR, serial & IP) and different controllers offering you maximum flexibility. This tutorial covers how to create and configure a macro. Delays are now automatically added to […]

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How to configure iPhone, iPad or Android for Bose Lifestyle?

MyURemote (My Universal Remote Control) is the App for your BOSE lifestyle system. Control your Bose lifestyle multiroom and all the devices connected with it. All additional rooms integrated in 1 uniform interface. Supports display with live feedback. Supports Bose Soundtouch. Add recognizable labels to your Rooms, Inputs and Scenarios, so that buttons are familiar. […]

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How to configure MyURemote for Russound multiroom systems

MyURemote (My Universal Remote Control) is the App for your Russound Multiroom system. Control your Russound Multiroom and all the devices connected with it. All rooms integrated in 1 uniform interface. Supports display with live feedback. Add recognizable labels to your Rooms, Inputs and Scenarios, so that buttons are familiar. Compatible Russound Multiroom: Russound has […]

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Kodi (XBMC) media player and entertainment hub integration

Kodi is the award-winning free and open source (GPL) software media player and entertainment hub that can be installed on Linux, OSX, Windows, iOS, and Android, featuring a 10-foot user interface for use with televisions and remote controls. It allows users to play and view most videos, music, podcasts, and other digital media files from […]

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KNX Home control with Baos 771 & 772 gateway

The KNX IP BAOS 771 is used as interface to connect to KNX/EIB both on telegram level (KNXnet/IP Tunneling) and on data-point level (KNX Application Layer). BAOS stands for “Bus Access and Object Server”. This device can be used with ETS as a programming interface. As ObjectServer the device supports up to 250 data points. […]

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“MACRO’s ONLY” interface.

Some MyURemote users want a user’s interface with just a few buttons. This is how you can create such a simple GUI:   Open myuremote.com and click ‘configuration’. Log in to your account browse to http://www.myuremote.com/userconfig/pages/settings click “MyZones” / select zone and click “edit” / Scroll down to the Special Zone selector and select “Macro’s […]

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Duotecno domotics.

How to operate your home automation with your iPhone-iPad or Android? The way for anyone who’s looking for an easy and affordable way to use an iPhone / iPad or Android as remote control for your duotecno domotics system. combined with any (not only Bose) audio video system. You decide how many sliders and buttons […]

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bTicino MyHome control with live feedback for IOS and Android.

How to configure MyURemote for bTicino MyHome? Communication with a bTicino MyHome system requires an OpenWebNet gateway. This is a component that acts as a gateway between your ip network, and the local bus. Examples of gateways are bTicino F452 bTicino F454 bTicino MH200 (not MH202) ( Some years ago, bTicino was bought by Legrand. […]

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