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pronto 950

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Control & Remote Controls' started by aarons, Mar 1, 2004.

  1. aarons

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    i have just downloaded update from phillips site to remote and i cannot get it to calibrate.following instructions by tapping left and rightcorners but keep getting calibration failed.anyone with any ideas as to what could be wrong.cheers
     
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    You may need to use a sharp-pointed implement to do the calibration - a biro pen lid or pencil-tip or something similar should do the trick. Sometimes a fingertip is too "fat" for the sensitive touch that the remote requires during calibration.
     
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    cheers will let you know if this works
     
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    thanks no just got to sit down and try and work it all out
     
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    Have a good look at what people have already accomplished with it on the "Pronto NG Files" section on Remote Central (www.remotecentral.com) - that's always a good help in figuring out how everything works. The "Pronto NG Forum" is a good place to discuss things, you'll find a lot of your questions will already be answered in previous posts there (tip: use the excellent "Search" facility). At last (but not least) don't be afraid to experiment - although the software seems a bit daunting at first, you can become pretty skilled in quite a short time playing with it.
     

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