The profile of an already programmed L336 can be transferred to a “blank” L336… so there’s no need to configure all buttons for multiple remotes multiple times.
There are a couple of things you can do to get your L336 working with your OSSC:
- Test every remote you or your friends and family own for its compatibility with the OSSC. Simply turn your OSSC on and press some buttons of the remote you want to test pointing at the direction of your OSSC. If the green LED of the OSSC flashes while a button is pressed, you’ve found a suitable remote. Now you can copy the button commands from this remote to your L336 and configure your OSSC for the usage with it like its described here:
power cycle the OSSC while holding BTN1 on the OSSC’s PCB. A target function name (e.g. “MENU”) will then be displayed on the OSCC’s LCD screen. Press the corresponding key on the remote control, if the OSSC receives the code correctly you will be prompted to confirm the new code. Press the same key again to confirm, or BTN0 on the OSSC’s PCB to go to the previous key. If you press BTN0 when configuring the first key, the default keymaps will be loaded.
Once all remote control keys/buttons are programmed, the new keymap will be saved and the OSSC will return to normal operation.[/quote]
- If you can’t find a working remote, you could buy a cheap universal remote with lots of preprogrammed manufacturer codes to choose from. After you’ve found a working code you can use it directly with your OSSC or to program your L336.
- You can buy (or build) a USB infrared transmitter (like the Irdroid USB transmitter, the USB IR toy, or similar) and use WinLIRC to send the right commands to your L336.