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Pairing the TV remote with the Polsat decoder

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  • #1
    BlackGirl
    Level 3  
    Hello. I have a small question. I have a PHILIPS 55OLED855 TV set and a Polsat HD 3000 set-top box. Is it possible to pair the TV remote control with this set-top box? Can someone tell me how to do it?
  • #2
    sylweksylwina
    Moderator of Computers service
    Nothing "evaporates" here. Only CEC over HDMI can be enabled. How to do this, please refer to the TV / decoder manual.
  • #3
    BlackGirl
    Level 3  
    If I had it in the instructions, I definitely did it, but I can't do it. When it comes to CEC, some say it is and others say it is not. I don't know where to find it.
  • #5
    BlackGirl
    Level 3  
    This is not a problem on TV. I just can't find anything like that in the decoder. I look on the net and write that it is, but no one knows where it turns on, that's what I mean.
  • #6
    sylweksylwina
    Moderator of Computers service
    Maybe it is permanently enabled? Try to turn on / off the set-top box / tv remote. Maybe the devices will sync then.

    How not, judging by how simplified the instruction from the decoder I found ... You will have to look for yourself in the options.
  • #7
    _kli_
    Level 39  
    BlackGirl wrote:
    I can't find anything like that in the decoder

    Menu> Settings> Picture and Sound> HDMI-CEC (ON)
    Pairing the TV remote with the Polsat decoder
  • #8
    BlackGirl
    Level 3  
    I did as you told me and found these functions but it won't work for me. I just thought that I can add louder on TV with the remote control from the set-top box. Maybe I'm still doing something wrong. I have hdmi cec turned on on TV AND DECODER and there is no reaction.
  • #9
    sylweksylwina
    Moderator of Computers service
    Turning off the set-top box results in turning off the TV?
    Maybe you need to turn on the CEC switch-on function separately on the TV.
  • #10
    BlackGirl
    Level 3  
    Yes exactly. The remote control from the DECODER turns off the decoder and the TV. I also did it separately. I was shutting down and nothing. The TV remote control works only on TV and set-top boxes on the set-top box.
  • #11
    sylweksylwina
    Moderator of Computers service
    But what's the point, what's the problem. You now operate the TV only with the remote control of the decoder.
  • #12
    _kli_
    Level 39  
    BlackGirl wrote:
    Turning off the set-top box results in turning off the TV?
    BlackGirl wrote:
    Yes exactly. The remote control from the DECODER turns off the decoder and the TV.

    And does turning the decoder ON result in the TV being turned on at the same time?
  • #13
    BlackGirl
    Level 3  
    _kli_ wrote:
    BlackGirl wrote:
    Turning off the set-top box results in turning off the TV?
    BlackGirl wrote:
    Yes exactly. The remote control from the DECODER turns off the decoder and the TV.

    And does turning the decoder ON result in the TV being turned on at the same time?

    EXACTLY
  • #14
    sylweksylwina
    Moderator of Computers service
    So what's the problem? The goal is probably achieved, we do everything with one pilot.
  • #15
    BlackGirl
    Level 3  
    sylweksylwina wrote:
    So what's the problem? The goal is probably achieved, we do everything with one pilot.

    I think we got it wrong. I turn off the decoder with the remote control from the decoder and then the TV also turns off, but the TV remote does not work on the decoder at all. I still have to use 2 remotes.
  • #16
    _kli_
    Level 39  
    BlackGirl wrote:
    The TV remote does not work on the decoder at all. I still have to use 2 remotes

    But why two? When using satellite tv, you only need one. Since you can turn both devices on and off with the set-top box remote, switch channels in the set-top box and adjust the volume, why do you need a TV remote to operate the set-top box?
    Yes, there are televisions whose remote controls can be used to start and operate decoders (e.g. changing channels), but apparently it is not possible in this case.
    You can only use the TV remote control to operate this receiver - e.g. to adjust all settings, watch terrestrial TV or internet applications.
  • #17
    BlackGirl
    Level 3  
    I use Internet applications and Polsat Decoder. And I thought that if I had this CEC HDMI, I would be overwhelmed by the TV remote. That's why I set up a topic because I didn't know if it was possible. The remote control from the decoder gives me only half of the possibilities.
  • #18
    _kli_
    Level 39  
    With the remote control from the Polsat set-top box, you can at most control the volume on the TV. For example, Canal + universal decoder remotes can control certain functions on televisions.
    If you had one of the last Samsung or LG models, it would be possible to control the Cyfrowy Polsat decoder via CEC with the TV remote control. Philips apparently does not provide such functionality.
  • #19
    MANIO_PP
    Level 10  
    Hey, I have the same problem. I would like to use the TV remote, it works much better than the CP. Has anyone managed to grasp it?


    BlackGirl wrote:
    Hello. I have a small question. I have a PHILIPS 55OLED855 TV set and a Polsat HD 3000 set-top box. Is it possible to pair the TV remote control with this set-top box? Can someone tell me how to do it?
  • #20
    sylweksylwina
    Moderator of Computers service
    Do you have exactly the same TV and the same decoder? If not, you have another problem ;) I can refer to your TV manual.
  • #21
    MANIO_PP
    Level 10  
    Yes, I bought the tv on Monday because it was good value. Yesterday I struggled with the hd3000 decoder all evening. Today I was in the office and they changed it to evobox lite. Same problem all the time Pairing the TV remote with the Polsat decoder
  • #22
    sylweksylwina
    Moderator of Computers service
    I had an idea, not so long ago I was dealing with a similar problem that CEC over HDMI did not work. It turned out that the cheaper HDMI cable did not transmit CEC at all. After replacing the wire with a different one, everything moved.
  • #23
    rybeczka82
    Level 2  
    Hello.
    I bought a Philips oled65 806/12 TV set and I have a polsat hd 5000 digital decoder. I have a similar problem as my predecessors, i.e. when I turn off the TV, the set-top box also turns on and vice versa and the remote control from the set-top box can control the TV volume, but the TV remote control cannot be used to switch channels. I would like to add that my brother-in-law has two TV sets, one new, the other 8-year-old and for him it works without any problems on both without any settings, he simply connected the Cyfrowy Polsat decoder to the TV with the HDMI cable and everything started to work automatically without any settings.
    Someone solved this problem on a Philips TV.
  • #24
    wadokaj
    Level 1  
    Hello, I have a similar problem with the Vectra decoder, I bought a 55OLED706 / 12 and despite the enabled HDMI CEC - Easy Link functions, I can only turn on the set-top box with the TV remote control, changing channels must be done with the remote control from the set-top box. In my older LG and Samsung there was no problem with that. I contacted support and they told me to wait for the update :) I'm just curious if this Easy Link feature works fully on any external device. Someone knows a way to somehow run it fully, maybe some additional software on tv?
  • #25
    tomaszekole13
    Level 1  
    Hello, yesterday I bought tv philips 55pus9206. I have a similar problem as my predecessors, namely I can not understand that the TV remote control also works in the decoder. I have Easy Link enabled on tv, which should be responsible for this. The decoder model is Arris VIP 4302. Cable TV. I would like to add that I had a Samsung smart TV before and everything was taken over by the remote control, which was very convenient. Has anyone managed to finally solve this problem ?? Maybe some better quality HDMI cable ??