MyURemote for windows

MyURemote is available for developers and home theatre integrators as a Windows installer.  The Windows version is created with testing and debugging in mind. It generates log files of all commands sent to your devices and return values. Very convenient while developing your custom interface on PC! 
Furthermore, use your MyURemote account (created with the IOS or Android App) to log in MyURemote for Windows, and you can use your PC as a free remote control.

Download MyURemote for Windows installer (msi)

Why My URemote for windows?

  • The GUI you use to control your devices with My URemote is in fact a web-page. This means that the My URemote app is an easy and affordable way to use a smartphone as remote control whithout restrictions.
  • You can always use the free standard loaded GUI, but creative minds who want to build their own interface may use “My URemote for Windows” to test and debug their code.
  • Download the free msi and install it on your windows PC. After starting MyURemote for Windows you can test your web page, which you will use later as an interface for your remote, from your PC.

What do you need?

  • Windows PC with .Net Framework 4 installed
  • Home Network
  • Network device (which you want to control)

How does it work?

  1. Start MyURemote as administrator (open program files/myuremote).
  2. Enter the address in the settings of My URemote. These settings can be accessed by right clicking on the “My URemote active icontaskbar”.
  3. My URemote for Windows connects to a webpage to retrieve your settings/interface.
  4. When pressing a command button (ex. “increase volume”), the command is sent to your IP device or extender. You can check the send sockets in the “MyURemote.log” log-file.
  5. The Global Cache box (or other network device) addresses the correct device (“Audio device connected to TV in living room”) and passes your command.
  6. The command is executed by the appropriate device.



The app communicates effortless with:

  • Network devices (TCP/IP socket communication)
  • all Global Caché products (serial and infrared communication)
  • Network REST devices (LAN – WLAN) via REST protocol
  • Baos 771 or Baos 772 (KNX)
  • Zennio SKX Linker (RS232 KNX)
  • MH200 BTicino
  • … (you can create your own communication script)

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4 Responses to “MyURemote for windows”

  1. bart brichau January 27, 2016 at 5:36 am #

    hi Danny
    when launching the for windows application it opens a web browser and goes to the config settings but I can’t find a way to customise the remote control view/settings of buttons etc. is that normal?

    • Danny Verdegem (MyURemote) January 30, 2016 at 9:41 am #

      The app’s GUI relies on a web page. The URL of the GUI-web-page can be set in the App’s settings.
      Android: goto android settings or application manager
      IOS: goto settings – application settings

      The web pages are cached. This means that you have to load your web page once. Next time, when the web page would not be available (e.g. you’re connected to the internal network, but not to the external network), the web page is loaded from the cache.
      If you would clear the cache, you will of course loose the cached web page as well.

      Web designers with some knowledge of javascript, are completely free to create their own interface. One can use JS libraries to build your own interface from HTML/JS. You could have your interface communicate with a server in order to store information about the state of the system, etc. It is possible to start from the demo demo interface and customize it to fit with your needs. You can also start from scratch with any custom UI?

      Here’s more info how to create your own GUI: Check out the developers website

  2. Didier March 6, 2013 at 2:27 pm #

    Can you please let me know if it is possible to start MyURemote on my windows PC standard as administrator.

    • Danny Verdegem (MyURemote) March 6, 2013 at 2:45 pm #

      It is possible to set a shortcut to always run MyURemote as administrator. Right-click the shortcut, select properties – compatibility, and check “Run this program as administrator”

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