One of the best brands of universal controls that exist is the Polaroid universal remote. With this universal remote, you can program it and use it to control different devices at the same time. So instead of switching between multiple remotes when you want to change the volume on your TV and DVD player, you can use the Polaroid universal remote to do so. Most universal remote controls come with the option “Code Search” .
Unfortunately, this feature does not come with the Polaroid controls. This means you have to manually program the Polaroid remote before you can use it on any device. Fortunately, the process of how to program a Polaroid universal remote It is easy. You can do it in minutes by following the steps below.
Step 1. Make sure to turn on the device you want to pair with the universal remote.
Step 2. Hold the Polaroid remote control facing the device you want to program.
Step 3. Find the power button on the remote control and press it to adapt it to the device you want to pair. For example, if you want to synchronize a television, press the key “TV” . For a DVD, press the option “DVD” .
Step 4. You will find the “Set” button at the top of the remote control. Press and hold the button for several seconds until the small LED light on the remote control flashes three times. After that, release the «SET» button.
Step 5. Press 9-9-1. If you get it right, the little LED light on the top of the remote will blink twice.
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Step 6. After that, press the button “1” if you want to program the remote control to a TV. Press the «0» if you want to program the remote to a satellite / cable. Finally, if you want to program the remote control to an Audio / VCR device, enter “2”.
Step 7. Find and press the “Power” button on the top of the controller. After that press, the «CH +» on the remote control a couple of times until the device you want to program turns off.
Step 8. Finally, press the “SET” button again and hold it until the small LED light blinks twice again.
Voilà. You have successfully programmed your Polaroid universal remote control.