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


MyURemote is an IOS and Android Universal Remote 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 additional feedback not possible via infrared because the IP connection is bi-directional. No adapters are required for IP control. Additional device support can be added to MyURemote by advanced users. (see below)

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Why MyURemote and not many “brand” apps?

IP controlled devices also have their Own app’s. But it is not possible with these applications to build up ONE user’s friendly remote for the whole theatre system.

With MyURemote you can use your own labels so buttons look familiar.
MyURemote is activity-based: so the remote will always control the device in action.

That’s why MyURemote is the most user friendly remote in the world!

We even recommend that, if you are also using IR devices and your phone does not have a built-in IR blaster, to purchase an IR controller such like itach IP2IR or WF2IR ( This makes it possible to use the IR controlled devices, together with the IP devices with only one intuitive interface.

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Which devices support IP control?:

Lots of devices support control over IP. This can often be distract from the specs or manuals. MyURemote supports most brands like Samsung, Pioneer, Philips, Panasonic, Sonos …

Additional device support can be added to MyURemote by advanced users.
Important note: it is possible that MyURemote supports the brands communication protocol, but your device does not. Devices called “All models” include of course only those models that are supported by the brands official app!”
Table of network controlled devices:

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Specific comments by brand:
NOTE: Click here for the complete MyURemote-compatibility-list.

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  • Arcam:
    The ARCAM receivers must be correctly configured for Control; by default, Control is disabled for minimum standby power consumption. RS232
    control can be enabled using the front panel: press and hold the front panel DIRECT button for 4 seconds until “RS232 CONTROL ON” is displayed
    on the VFD. Pressing . Alternatively, Control for RS232 or IP can be enabled using the OSD menu. Press A followed by U on the CR450 remote
    control in order to access the setup menu. Use the cursor keys < > , ‘ and O to enter the General Setup menu and locate the option Control.
    Press O, , then O to change this parameter to ‘On’. IP control is via port 50000 of the IP address of the unit (in the Network Settings menu).

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  • Amazon Fire TV:
    You must enable both ADB and debugging on your Fire TV device before you can connect to it:

    1. From the main screen of your Fire TV, select Settings.
    2. Select System > Developer Options.
    3. Turn on ADB Debugging.
    4. (Optional) If you plan to connect your computer to your Fire TV device using a USB cable, turn on USB Debugging.
      Note: When USB Debugging is enabled, the USB port is unavailable for other uses such as external storage or input devices. To re-enable the USB port, turn off USB debugging.

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  • CYP Pioneers in AV distribution:
        The OR-HD62CD allows HDMI signals to be routed from any of the six connected HDMI sources for display on two connected HDMI displays. With fast switching technology this device dramatically improves the sync time to the connected HDMI displays over traditional switchers. In Matrix Mode, it allows any source to be routed independently to any output. An on-board EDID management tool (via on screen display) can be utilised for advanced audio and video signal management. In addition, this switcher also includes a cutting edge Picture in Picture (PIP) preview mode allowing the user to show 5 unselected HDMI sources in a row of small windows overlaid on top of the primary selected HDMI source video . In preview mode, both HDMI outputs show identical feeds. Further features include the ability to de-embed Hi-Definition lossless audio via a dedicated Optical output for each HDMI output, 4K resolution support, and 3D signal support.

    Control is via front panel buttons, IR remote control, RS-232, Telnet or IP control for easy integration into control systems such as MyURemote.

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  • Denkovi (Relay board):
    • Relay 1 – 12 ON OFF control on port 8085.

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  • Denon:
    Denon procedure of Network Setup:

    • IP address settings: Press SYSTEM SETUP button, then System Setup Menu appears on FL-display. Select “Network Setup”.
    • Network option: Standby Mode Power Saving: press menu button, select Manual setup-Network setup – other – “power saving” = OFF

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  • DirecTV:
    In order to use SHEF in your network, it must be enabled in the set-top box by navigating to the “External Device” settings screen (Menu->System Setup->Whole-Home->External Device) screen.
    Once on this screen select “Allow” for “External Access” as shown in Figure 2-2. Also turn on the other options as desired. Read and acknowledge the caution as shown in this Figure

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  • D-link – Boxee
    • Menu (Navigate) and main buttons (Play, Pause, Forward,…) on port 8800.

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  • Dreambox sat receivers
    • The control codes work for all Linux based satellite receivers like DreamBox, VU+ Solo, VU+ Duo2, VU+ Solo SE, Extrend receivers, Icecrypt etc…

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  • Dune HD
    • All functions available
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  • Harman Kardon:
    Full control supported. Power sets amplifier into ‘sleep’ mode.
    Assign a Power-on command to the input buttons to auto power on the amp when selecting an input.Note that not all models support feedback.

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  • HD Anywhere:
    4×4 Multiroom+ System (HKHA414SW_V3) and
    4×4 Multiroom+ POE (HKHDA44P)HD Anywhere 4×4 Matrix:
    Great for watching visual media in multiple rooms
    UDP IP Control on port 3050

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  • Integra:
    In order to enable IP control of your Onkyo/Integra Receiver/Preamp you need to press SETUP button on the remote or the front of the device. When in the SETUP menu, go down to HARDWARE and then NETWORK menu item. In the NETWORK menu, make sure that CONTROL is set to ENABLED. In newer models, Onkyo/Integra added NETWORK STANDBY menu item, which as to be set to ON in order to power on the unit from Standby.You need to make sure that the IP address of the device will not change for proper trouble free operation with MyURemote. You can do so by either setting the IP address static inside the unit itself or by doing a DHCP reservation in your router.In the MyURemote app, you will need to setup a NETWORK GATEWAY with IP address of the Integra/Onkyo unit and whatever port you setup in the device (default is 60128).The 4 zones for Integra multiroom applications are preconfigured in MyURemote and ready to use.

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  • LG:
    Smart TV => 2011 – 2013 (2014 protocol is not public): Supports IP control but you must pair your devices through a 6 – digit key. This key you have to fill in the port settings of your TV. You can always change this key by clicking on settings – my controller, select the controller for the LG TV and enter the 6 digits after the 8080 separated by slash:

    You can find out the 6 digits by using once the free LG app or go to the LG sample page with a device on which MyURemote is running. The 6 digits stay always the same for each TV.
    LG IP control needs ‘pairing’. Therefor create a new F-Button with label “Input1”, type: “Macro (sequence of commands)”, macro code: “,television,HELLO,0;”.
    Does not support Power On via IP. HDMI CEC can be used for power if available.
    Some European models support Power On via IP.

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  • Loewe:
    MyURemote supports full IP control for Loewe TV’s. To enable control beyond the limits of standard protocols, the TV offers access to several specific functions via standard network. To allow both interaction with unknown devices and to ensure secure operation with LOEWE devices, two channels of communication are defined: An open, mostly read-only channel, and a secure control channel. This API specification is not restricted to the LOEWE slxxx series of TVs. It applies as well to TVs after this generation.

    Implementation Note It is important to note that a TV set is a very slow device. Mobile phones or other mobile devices are equipped with platforms that are magnitudes more powerful.

    To ensure compatibility industry standard protocols are used whereever possible, e.g. the open channel uses SOAP over TCP, the secure channel uses SOAP over ssl.

    The LOEWE TV listens on TCP port 905 for incoming http requests containing SOAP queries. SOAP over SMTP is not supported. Only Power ON via LAN is possible but must be enabled in the settings menu. Note that not every TV support wake on LAN. We tested 2 devices and the oldest model did loose its LAN connaction in St. By.

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  • Marantz:
    NETWORK SETUP of AV Receiver>Procedure of Network Setup mode.
    (1)Press MENU button, then Menu appears on FL-display(and GUI)
    (2)Select “Manual Setup > Network Setup > Network Connecting > Detail” .
    (3)Set parameters described below.
    “ON”—Use this setting when DHCP server is on the local network.
    When sets “OFF”, please set IP address.
    When sets “OFF”, please set Subnet Mask.
    Set the address of Gateway when Gateway is on the local network.
    Do not set this parameter.
    Do not set this parameter.
    Set this parameter “OFF”.
    (1)Press MENU button, then Menu appears on FL-display (and GUI)
    (2)Select “Manual Setup > Network Setup > Other > Network Standby”
    (3)Set parameters described below.
    “ON”—Use this setting when using the AV Receiver Connected in a network.
    “OFF”— Use this setting when not using the AV Receiver connected in a network.
    This setting is reducing the power consumption in the standby mode.

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      Ethernet/RS232 Protocol for NAD Products v2.0 3


      RS232 Specifications:The RS232 pinout allows the NAD product to be connected to a PC with a standard straight throw serial cable.


      All communication should be done at a rate of 115200 bps with 8 data bits, 1 stop bit and no parity bits. No flow control should be performed.


      Ethernet Specification: You can connect via a raw TCP/IP socket on port 23. Port 23 is the standard port for telnet so you can use most telnet clients to communicate with an Ethernet connected device. The commands used to control the device are 100% identical to the RS232 commands.


       By default the IP address of the device gets assigned via DHCP. On our AVR’s you can see the current address in the System Info screen (press Source Down + Source Up).


     The IP address is also discoverable over the network using DNS-SD over mDNS (also called Bonjour by Apple)..

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  • Onkyo:
    In order to enable IP control of your Onkyo/Integra Receiver/Preamp you need to press SETUP button on the remote or the front of the device. When in the SETUP menu, go down to HARDWARE and then NETWORK menu item. In the NETWORK menu, make sure that CONTROL is set to ENABLED. In newer models, Onkyo/Integra added NETWORK STANDBY menu item, which as to be set to ON in order to power on the unit from Standby.You need to make sure that the IP address of the device will not change for proper trouble free operation with MyURemote. You can do so by either setting the IP address static inside the unit itself or by doing a DHCP reservation in your router.In the MyURemote app, you will need to setup a NETWORK GATEWAY with IP address of the Integra/Onkyo unit and whatever port you setup in the device (default is 60128).

    The 4 zones for Onkyo multiroom applications are preconfigured in MyURemote and ready to use.

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  • Optoma:
    Port: support 3 ports of 23/1023/2023
    Multi-connections: Projector could receive commands from different ports at the same time
    Power Toggle is not supported: Power OFF via PWR button.
    Power ON via Macro function f.e.: ‘watch movie’

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  • Panasonic:
    • BluRay: Enable ‘Remote Device Operation’ in player settings.
      Use PLAY for Power On and PLAY followed by POWER TOGGLE for Power Off. Disable Power Tracking.
      Note!!! BDT-130/230 do NOT support IP control!!!!
    • TV: get the IP address in the network menu and enter it in your MyURemote configuration – settings – my devices
    • Projector: (models supporting PJLink goto :PJLink)
      get the IP address in the network menu and enter it in your MyURemote configuration – settings – my devices (port 1024). Power OFF command: because the projector needs to see that command twice in a row, you hve to add a macro to issue it twice with 100 ms delay.

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  • Philips:
    To check if your TV enables IP control use the TV menu to identify the IP address of the TV and then simply connect to: http://ip-address:1925 using your favorite web browsers. When you get communication your TV is ready to be controlled by MyURemote without any extra hardware.

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  • Pioneer:
    You must do the following setting to allow the IP Control function for operating the receiver from a IP control system connected on the same LAN:

    • Receiver:

1. Connect your AV receiver and/or a Blu-Ray disc player to your network environment.
2. Click ‘menu’ – ‘system setup’ – ‘network settings’ – ‘IP address’
3. Select ‘Network Standby’ from the Network Setup menu. Then set to “ON”.Note also to waken up the component from within a macro: you better send the ON command 2 times in a row with a pause of 1 sec.
It is important to know that some pioneer receivers only communicates over one connection at a time works!
4. To control ZONE2 this zone must be active. (If the zone is not the Vol feedback indicates 21 and is not adjustable.) Todo so: Home Menu – menu 4a – Speaker System = Zone2. Do not forget to confirm!

Note: PC connection via HDMI only supports surround output when HDMI settings passthrough = OFF

    • BluRay: IP Control uses also Port 8102
      For BDP IP Control turn on the “Quick Start” mode to On in the Setup Navigator Menu.
      Once connected, you may want to reload the Default Firmware. Go to “Options” in
      the Setup Menu then “Load Default”. This helps has been found to help with some
      Networking issues

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  • PJLink:
    (select Brand Panasonic)
    PJLink is a unified standard for operating and controlling data projectors.
    PJLink enables central control of projectors manufactured by different vendors and projectors can be operated by a controller.
    PJLink compliant equipment can be managed and controlled at any time and in any place, regardless of manufacturer:
    NEC Display Solutions, Ltd
    Sky CO., LTD
    Sony Corporation
    Panasonic Corporation
    Hitachi Maxell, Ltd.
    RICOH COMPANY,LTDImportant: your projector will be able to receive the PJLINK commands only when the “web control” password is disabled set to nothing.
    Access the settings from the web browser
    Activate the Web browser in the personal computer.
    Enter the IP address set by the projector into the URL input field of the web browser.
    Goto general setup and enter a new password: “” (nothing)
    PJLink unable password

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  • Plex:Plex PHTplex

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  • ReVox:
    – What do you need: M202 Ethernet Interface with software version 1.21 or higher
    – Revox system M seriesFull control of main zone and multiroom 4zones/32 rooms.
    With live feedback for all zones and sources.note: to find the IP address of the M202 use the “Fing” app: DLNA string is “IEEE Register”

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  • Roku:
    Post remote control on port 8060
    Roku 1, Roku 2, Roku 3 (2013)
    Roku 2 HD, Roku 2 XD, Roku 2 XS, Roku LT (2011)
    Roku HD, Roku XD, Roku XDS (2010)
    Roku HD, Roku HD-XR (2009)

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  • Samsung:
    models 2013+ : the new replacement IP control protocol still does not support turning the TV on. So while we do plan at some point to reverse engineer the new protocol, it will still provide only limited value and we would encourage first connecting any Samsung TV via serial or infrared.models 2011 – 2013 does not support Power On via IP. Samsung Anynet+(HDMI CEC) can be used for power if available.Some European ES8000 models support Power On via IP if Remote Scheduler is turned on.
    The IP addres of your device (fi TV) will be asked by MyURemote when you add a Samsung All models IP controlto your devices: Therefor goto menu – network – network status and write down the IP address.

    The first time you make network communication with your smart LED TV you must use the remote control of the TV to allow My URemote to control your TV.(see picture below)
    Check out how an iPad with MyURemote communicates with a Samsung Smart Led TV.

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  • Sharp:
    Full IP Control. (Power On/Off work via IP ,Send “POWER COMMANDS IP” command to enable. Note: there is no Power Toggle==> TV power turns TV off. To set TV on create macro button and assign it to an input button)
    get the IP address and TCP Port (standard 10002) of your Sharp smart TV:
    1 Press MENU to display the MENU screen, and then press c / d to select “Initial Setup”.Press a / b to select “Internet Setup”
    2 press ENTER. Press a / b to select “Network Setup”
    3 press ENTER. Press a / b to select “IP Control Setup”
    4 press ENTER. Press c / d to select “Change”
    5 ENTER. To use IP Control, press c / d to select “Enable”,
    6 and then press ENTER.
    7 Set the device name.
    8 Set your login ID and password.
    9 Set the port to use with IP Control.
    10 Confirm the settings, and then press “OK”

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  • SONOS:
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    get the IP address of your SONOS Network player: Open windows and click on “Computer/Network”. There you’ll find your SONOS devices and their IP Address. Enter it in your MyURemote configuration – settings – my devices


  • Sony:
    MyURemote supports full IP control for Sony smart Blu Ray players, Amplifiers and Smart TV’s!
    If your device supports Sony TV Sideview> control = official Sony app, then it can be controlled by MyURemote.
    Series 8: Port 52323
    All Others: Port 50001Wake-on-LAN Models: BDP-S5100 (2013), BDP-S590 (2012)
    Other models no power via IP.Register player with free Sony app prior to use:
    Media Remote (2012, 2011)
    TV SideView (2013)
    • Amplifier/Receiver: pair / register the TV Side View Remote with your receiver please perform the following steps:
      1. On your remote control, please select Home Network as the source.
      2. Press the options button then select TV Side View Device registration.
      3. Select Start Registration.
      Note: Not all models support direct input selection. If so you can use ‘Input Toggle’ command.
    • TV:
      Port 80
      2013 Models support Wake on LAN for Full IP Control. Use REGISTER command from the Virtual Remote to register with the TV for explicit input control.
      Previous units do not support Power On (or Power Toggle). Use OFF command to power off via IP. Sony BRAVIA Sync (HDMI CEC) can be used for power if available.

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  • Syabas:
    Popcorn Hour A-400 Networked Media. Jukebox. Powered by Syabas Technology
    TCP/IP commands on port 30000.
    Full Navigation and Play, Pause… control.


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  • Strong Technologies:
    51 commands tested with Strong Technologies SRT4930 set top box
    TCP/IP commands on port 5161.
    Full Navigation and Play, Pause… control etc…

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  • TiVo:
    The TiVo TCP Control Protocol is an ASCII-based command protocol for remote control of a TiVo DVR over a TCP network connection. The commands allow control of channel changes and user interface navigation, and allow the client to send simulated remote control button presses to the DVR.
    Your TiVo DVR can be controlled by MyuRemote. Beginning with version 9.4 of the TiVo software, this feature is
    turned off by default to ensure the security of your home network.
    To enable networked remote control on your TiVo DVR:
    1. Go to TiVo Central > Messages & Settings > Settings > Remote, CableCARD
    & Devices > Network Remote Control.
    2. Choose Enabled.
    3. Press Select.
    Using the TiVo TCP Control Protocol
    To use the TiVo TCP Control Protocol, open a TCP socket on port 31339 and send
    properly formatted command packets. Each command packet consists of a single
    line of uppercase text, terminated by a carriage return.

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  • Velleman:
    • VM204 Ethernet Relay Card: control curtains, lamps, gates, pool covers, ….
      to determine the IP address of the Relay card use the “Fing” (brand of the LAN card is “Microchip Technology”) or download the Velleman discovery software here:this. You can edit the module settings by entering the IP address in your browser – Login: admin. Password: VM204.

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  • Western Digital WD Live Media Player:
    MyuRemote supports full IP control on port 80.

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  • XMBC – Kodi

    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 local and network storage media and the internet.

    MyURemote selected XBMC as the standard 3rd party application, with full library integration and IP control. This is the ultmate way to integrate Multimedia and Audio/Video control.

    Click Here to go to the detailed XBMC post for more information.

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  • Yamaha:
    There is a setting in the amp to ‘enable network standby’ – this ensures that the power on command will work if the amp is in standby mode.
    Note: it’s very important in the configuration to use the actual port names of the receiver. For example: if your Roku is connected with input AV1 then select ‘Input AV1’ in the MyURemote configuration (and not ‘Input HDMI1’).

    • YNC1 protocol is supported: TCP port defaults = 80: RX-A710, RX-A810, RX-A1010, RX-A2010, RX-A3010, RX-V671, RX-V771, RX-V871 (2011) RX-A1000, RX-A2000, RX-A3000, RX-V1071, RX-V2071, RX-V3071, RX-V1067, RX-V2067, RX-V3067, RX-V867, RX-V2065*, RX-V3900*, RX-Z7*, HTR-6064, HTR-6295*, HTR-8063, HTR-9063…
    • YNC2 protocol is supported: TCP port defaults = 80: RX-A3020, RX-A2020, RX-A1020, RX-A820, RX-A720, RX-V473, RX-V573, RX-V673, RX-V773 (2012) …
    • YNCA protocol: TCP port defaults = 50000: RX-V475, RX-V575, RX-V675, RX-V775WA, RX-A730, RX-A830, RX-A1030, RX-A2030, RX-A3030, CX-A5000
      RX-V477, RX-V577, RX-V677, RX-V777BT, RX-A740, RX-A840, RX-A1040, RX-A2040, RX-A3040 (2014)
      RX-V479, RX-V579, RX-V679, RX-V779, RX-A750, RX-A850, RX-A1050, RX-A2050, RX-A3050 (2015)…, All 2016 Soundcast models

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How to add IP controlled devices?
This is how to check new commands over IP:
Goto the settings tab and click help-button. Below the form you find 7 buttons to test the Channel Up command.
One of these commands must do it! But which one can only be determent when you test them!
This you have to do:
-Look in the settings of your tV what’s the IP address and enter it. (see photo attached)
-Set your TV in analog TV mode.
-Test every button and note when the TV goes a channel op.
-mail to which buttons (normally only 2 will do) are OK!

MyURemote associates automatically commands to buttons when the correct terms are used as in the figure below!

So it is very important to use the specified pre-defined names (for commands that are coupled to the common AV-buttons) .
  • RED = Amplifier Buttons (Source select, Power and Volume)
  • BLUE = Television buttons (Source select and Power)
  • GREEN = Source buttons: all the common functions +… (see: how to create macro functions)

A command is related to an amplifier-input when the input-name is preceded by “INPUT”. (for instance: “INPUT DVD”, “INPUT FM”, “INPUT HDMI1″…)

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Commands that do not appear on the interface can be freely added by making use of macro buttons. See the tutorial about how to create macro’s.

Here’s a list of all the public devices: These devices support IR, serial or IP control!



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8 Responses to “MyURemote direct network control ( IP control via LAN / WiFi ).”

  1. Roy Tan September 26, 2016 at 4:21 am #

    Hi! I would like yo know if the MyURemote will works remotely on my iPhone if I’m not located at the same location with my Sony smart TV (example: I’m in the office but my Sony smart TV is at home). Kindly, please reply urgently with details and workaround.

    Thank you very much.

    Best regards: Roy Tan

    • Danny Verdegem (MyURemote) September 26, 2016 at 7:47 am #

      Hi Roy,
      MyURemote must have access to your local network to control your devices! We do not advise portforwarding but you can try:

  2. Benjamin Cook (Sonic Vision AV) October 11, 2013 at 10:38 am #

    Name: Benjamin Cook


    Comments: Hi, I am not yet an owner of MyURemote. I have an Audio Visual installations business based in the London area and am very interested in using your product for control of our multiroom audio visual systems. I would just like to ask a few questions to get a feel for how suitable it will be:

    1) How well does this product integrate with Sonos? I notice Sonos is one of the products listed in your database but I understand the protocols are difficult to get hold of and can also change with updates. Is this full integration or does MyURemote just offer some basic controls?

    2) If MyURemote does not offer full Sonos integration can we add a button to flip straight to the Sonos App once the macro has been sent to configure a system for Sonos?

    3) How easy is it to add protocols that aren’t on your database. Say if we wanted to control a Sky box that is not on your database but we know what is required. Is it simple to add what we need?

    4) Is there anyone in the London area that is equipped to give a full demonstration of the App and associated products so that we can gain a better understanding of it’s capabilities?

    Thank you for your time. I would be very interested to hear your answers.

    Kind regards,

    Benjamin Cook (Sonic Vision AV)

    • Danny Verdegem (MyURemote) October 11, 2013 at 10:40 am #

      Hi Benjamin,

      Thanks for your interest in MyURemote!

      MyURemote supports the sonos basic functions like volume control, play, skip, ID3 tags, etc…
      Also on every tab (zone interface) a button to flip straight to the sonos app is added automatically.

      IP controlled devices, not in the database, can be tested and added yourself.
      But mostly, our support team does research and setup a test platform with which the protocol can be detected.

      Don’t hesitate to contact me for more info.

      Best regards,

      Verdegem Danny

  3. bittercrash July 23, 2013 at 11:14 am #

    When can the new UI (as announced on your Facebook page) be donloaded, please?

    • MyURemote July 23, 2013 at 11:43 am #

      hi, we’re very busy testing and debugging… release will be within a few weeks.

  4. Wim DB BFO February 1, 2013 at 8:13 am #

    hi guys,
    I use MyURemote with 3 devices: Galaxy Tab2, samsung phone mini2 and Galaxy S3. The app works fine on the galaxy Tab and the Mini.
    But when I use the Galaxy S3 there’s (sometimes) a lag between clicking and sending the commands.
    Can you help me please, I’m not sure it a setting or an error in MyURemote
    Thanks in advance,

    • Danny Verdegem (MyURemote) February 1, 2013 at 8:15 am #

      Thanks Wim for your mail.
      he’re a few tips:
      -check the wifi connection! You’ll have lag with a bad network or WiFi connection!
      -goto settings – wifi and network (click wifi) – advanced settings – “keep wifi on during sleep”: set to “only when plugged in”. This way the connection will be refreshed every time you start MyURemote
      -Try to check if there are other app’s active that can delay your system (fi S.Voice: there’s a setting in S.Voice that starts S.Voice by double clicking the menu button. Disable this option)
      Note that after you did the settings you shoud restart your device to delete (if there are) commands in queue.

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