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Can I use my phone as a remote for a Sanyo TV?

Can I use my phone as a remote for a Sanyo TV?

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How do I control my Sanyo TV without a remote?

Download the TV app remote on Google Play or iOS to turn your smartphone into a Sanyo remote control. Through the app, you can quickly and easily perform any function available through a standard remote control.

How can I control my TV with my phone without a remote?

Use your phone as the remote for your Android TV

  1. On your Android phone, open the Google TV app .
  2. Near the bottom right, tap Remote .
  3. At the top, tap Scanning for devices.
  4. Choose your device.
  5. To complete pairing, follow the instructions on your phone and TV.
  6. After pairing, you can use your phone or your remote.

What if I lost my TV remote?

A Universal TV remote will work with any device model for almost all manufacturers and may be compatible with multiple devices. A remote control app is also a good option as they are available from most manufacturers and can be operated via a smartphone or tablet.

What phones can be used as a TV remote?

20 phones that you can use to control your TV

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 4 – Rs 52,040.
  • HTC One (M8) – Rs 39,001.
  • LG G3 – Rs 34,999.
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 3 – Rs 33,155.
  • HTC One Max- Rs 31,499.
  • Samsung Galaxy S5 – Rs 31,499.
  • LG G Pro 2 – Rs 28,899.
  • Sony Xperia ZL – Rs 27,999.

What is the code for a Sanyo TV universal remote?

universal remote codes for sanyo tv with Instructions

Brand Code
SANYO 0049 0097 0110 0004 0268 0012 0108 0180

How can I control my non smart TV without a remote?

Universal IR dongles are relatively inexpensive and can be found at your local electronics store or on Amazon. These IR dongles can connect to multiple IR-enabled devices such as TVs, ACs, Stereo Systems, and Blu-ray players and most of them are supported natively on Google Home and Alexa-enabled devices.

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