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  1. FzRemote Quick Start

    Mon 15 July 2019
    1. Insert 2xAAA batteries.

    2. Run FzRemote app, Info tab should show Connected. Alt Text

    3. Goto Search Tab, select device type and brand name, click "Find My Remote".
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    4. Point remote control to your device, click power button one by one until your device response, then click the i button.
      If first few remote doesn't …

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  2. EzRemote Quick Start

    Fri 15 February 2019
    1. Insert IR blaster into headphone jack.
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      "Oops, Apple removed headphone jack since iPhone 7" - You can still use IR blaster with a lightning to headphone jack adapter, but it is time to look for a wireless IR blaster.

    2. Goto Info Tab, make sure there is a green tick besides "IR …

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  3. FzRemote

    Thu 31 January 2019

    FzRemote try to make remote control easy by combine a physical universal remote control and a iPhone App.

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    Specification

    1. BLE (Bluetooth 4.0 Smart) for efficient and fast communication with your phone / tablet
    2. CC2640 by Texas Instruments chip for a reliable BLE stack and ideal performance
    3. 2xAAA batteries - lasts 6 …
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  4. Does iPhone Come with an IR Blaster

    Tue 29 January 2019

    IR Blaster (or infrared blaster) allows users to use their smartphones as a universal remote. A smartphone with an IR blaster allows you to control any device that can be controlled using a remote.
    Some of the common uses of a smartphone with an IR blaster is to control televisions …

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  5. EzRemote

    Mon 28 January 2019

    EzRemote is a bi-product of my another App FzRemote.
    When finish the first version FzRemote I realize add support for audio jack ir blaster could be quite easy.
    So I create EzRemote and hope it could be useful for those people who already have a ir blaster.

    There is a …

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  6. DIY audio jack ir blaster

    Mon 28 January 2019

    This IR Blaster works with iOS App EzRemote

    Theory

    The process is based on the fact that the IR key codes are series of square waves at 38kHz of main frequency. The duration in time of the square waves ON and OFF defines the codification of a specific key. By …

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  7. FzRemote Privacy Policy

    Effective date: October 29, 2018

    FzRemote IR Universal Remote ("us", "we", or "our") operates the website and the FzRemote IR Universal Remote mobile application (the "Service").

    This page informs you of our policies regarding the collection, use, and disclosure of personal data when you use our Service and the choices …

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  8. EzRemote Privacy Policy

    Effective date: October 11, 2018

    EzRemote IR Universal Remote ("us", "we", or "our") operates the website and the EzRemote IR Universal Remote mobile application (the "Service").

    This page informs you of our policies regarding the collection, use, and disclosure of personal data when you use our Service and the choices …

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