First I would like to thank @Rootjunky and @jaded
Your two posts got me over the roadblock I was hitting. Thank you!
Here is my master list for the Samsung QLED TV
Samsung TV Full List.ir (5.0 KB)
Background and troubleshooting I did incase someone else is getting something similar.
The flipper was only picking up the power on button for IR off of my Samsung remote. (I didn’t dig into why it wasn’t picking up the other buttons.) But with that information I was able to determine that it was the Samsung32 protocol and address 07 00 00 00 by looking at the captured file in notepad++.
I got the same idea as @jaded but I’m not good at scripting. Thankfully they did all the heavy lifting for me and had already created a script to make all the combination commands.
You can see their python script here: Trying IR codes on a soundbar
f = open(“try_lg.ir”, “w”)
f.write(“Filetype: IR signals file\nVersion: 1\n”)
for i in range(255):
f.write("#\nname: %02x\ntype: parsed\nprotocol: Samsung32\naddress: 07 00 00 00\ncommand: %02x 00 00 00\n" % (i, i))
After I had the file, I dumped it into my flipper and started going down the list and recording what each one did.
Sidenote: Every time I created an .ir file to put on the flipper it wouldn’t read it. I had to record a new remote, pull that file off, dump my text in, reload it, and then it would work. (I know I was missing something simple I just don’t know what.)
I found some interesting programmed responses that I know I would not have seen just using my remote. I tried to match what each button was by the names provided from the Samsung Owner’s manual. If I mislabeled or screwed something up, I apologize in advance. I also tried to put it in order of the buttons I would use the most, but you can move them up or down as you see fit and rename them to fit your needs.
Now all I need to do is find a remote for my KVM that I think I threw away… (I have no clue as to what it’s IR frequency would be)