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Old 20th June 2023, 22:24   #1
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Default MPEG4 Freeview TV remote control unit funny

It's the little black Freeview unit, as sold by Radioguy long ago. I've not used it for ages, that long ago, I had forgotten which remote control operated it. The HD DVB-T MPEG2/MPEG4 AVC/H.264 Standard...


The first remote I laid my hand on, was the one for my carcam. pressing any button, switched from TV (ITV2) to Freeview radio, pressing a second time switched it back to TV.



Then digging deeper in the car, I found what I think is the correct button, for the Freeview TV receiver. As above, pressing any button on that, did the very same swapping between TV and radio Freeview.



The unit itself, has no actual buttons, so I'm stumped as to what to try next. Can anyone confirm that the remote control supplied with the unit, was all just black and white - no coloured buttons? The unit's manual seems to show a more up market remote, with red, green, yellow and blue buttons on it. I just want to be sure, I am trying the correct remote control?
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Old 21st June 2023, 19:28   #2
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I had an original Radioguy DD with Freeview,now replaced with Xtrons DD with Freeview.Both units had a remote for changing channel/tuning etc.And as you say 4 coloured buttons.If you find the correct remote expect the batteries to have discharged into it.That happened to me,luckily I was able to recover it.Now I always remove the batteries when not in use.


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Old 23rd June 2023, 16:27   #3
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Thanks, but I cannot imagine what the set of buttons I found was for, other than the MPEG4 TV, so now I'm really confused.
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