Quick and Easy AT&T U-Verse Remote Setup

Nov 17, 2014 AT&T U-verse, att, cable tv, 0 Comments
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We’ll tell you how to configure you U-verse remote in a just a few simple steps. The technician was supposed to set everything up for you, but sometimes things happen. Either it wasn’t set up, you just got a new box, or some quirky power surge reset everything.

Start by looking at the remote provided to you and determining which one you have, then write down the brand name of your television and the brand of the other devices you with to program with the remote. Take a close look at the remote you have, some of them will only accept a television and a DVD/Blu-ray player, others also have room to add an auxiliary device such as a sound system.

S20 Remote

Press and hold the OK and Menu keys until the Power button flashes twice.

To program the TV Press the ON Demand button.

Press and hold the number of your TV brand until the TV turns off:

0 — Vizio

1 — LG

2 — Panasonic

3 — Philips / Magnavox

4 — RCA

5 — Samsung

6 — Sanyo

7 — Sharp

8 — Sony

9 — Toshiba

Press the power button to ensure the TV turns back on.

To program in your audio device program the Interactive key and use the following chart:

0 — Yamaha

1 — Bose

2 — Denon

3 — LG

4 — Onkyo

5 — Panasonic

6 — Philips

7 — Pioneer

8 — Samsung

9 — Sony

S10 Remote

This remote lets you program your television, DVD/Blu-ray Player and a third device such as your sound system.

Turn on the item you wish to program to the remote.

Press and hold the Mode button for the item (TV, DVD, AUX) and the Enter buttons for one second, the mode buttons should flash indicating that you have entered programming mode.

Press the Scan/FF button until the equipment turns off.

Press the Power button to turn the equipment back on. If the equipment does not turn on then you may have advanced beyond the code, press the Rew/Scan key until the unit turns on again.

If the remote controls your unit correctly press Enter to save the programming.

Silver Remote

This remote lets you program your television, DVD/Blu-ray Player and a third device such as your sound system:

Turn on the item you wish to program to the remote.

Press and hold the Mode button for the item (TV, DVD, AUX) and the OK buttons for one second, the mode buttons should flash indicating that you have entered programming mode. You only have 10 seconds to begin programming or the remote will reset itself.

Enter 9-2-2 and your selected mode key will flash:
— If programming a TV or DVD/Blu Ray press and release the PLAY button.
— If programming an item into the Aux key then press the corresponding key for the device below:

0 — VCR

1 — Receiver/Tuner

3 — Amplifier

4 — Home Theater in a Box

Press FF multiple time until the device turns off.

Press Enter to lock the programming code.

Point Anywhere Remote

Turn on the item you wish to program to the remote.

Press and hold the Mode button for the item (TV, DVD, AUX) and the Enter buttons for one second, the mode buttons should flash indicating that you have entered programming mode.

Press Scan/FF until the equipment turns off.

Press the Power button to turn the equipment back on.

If the unit does not turn back on then it is possible that you advanced beyond the code. Manually turn the unit back on and press the ewREW/Scan button until the unit turns off again.

Press Enter to lock the code in.

This is the quick and easy way to do your U-verse remote setup. If none of these methods work for you, then you may have an off market or older device. Odds are that you can still program your U-verse remote to control them, you just need to do it the long way. Check out the ATT website or look up a Universal Remote that can do it all.

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