The Inteset 4-in-1, INT422-3 Universal IR Remote with its' new and expanded device code data base is designed to work with popular streaming devices such as Apple TV, Xbox One, Windows Media Center, Roku (excluding Stick) and many more.
The Inteset 4-in-1, INT422-3 Universal IR Remote with its' new and expanded device code data base is designed to work with popular streaming devices such as Apple TV, Xbox One, Windows Media Center, Roku (excluding Stick) and many more. From the solid feel to the velvet coating on the back, when you hold the INT-422 remote you know it's a high-quality product. It has most of the features found only in high-end remotes but at a fraction of the cost. Those features include volume and channel lock, macros, custom button labels, key punch-through, full backlighting and a huge built-in A/V device database. If a device is not found you can quickly program those functions with the remotes intuitive learning capability.
The 4 Device buttons are pre-programmed for Apple TV (A), Xbox One (B), Media Center (C) and Roku (D) so that you can use the remote immediately. You can assign any A/V device such as your TV to the unused device buttons or program over any of the pre-programming. The Red, Green, Yellow and Blue buttons function as the standard Xbox color control buttons. For Roku, they invoke Netflix, YouTube, Amazon and other Apps. The device code for Nvidia Shield (1st Gen & 2nd Gen Pro) in the INT422-3 is "04918". The 2nd Gen Standard Nvidia Shield requires a FLIRC IR Receiver.(See FLIRC Setup in our Forum).The Pro still has an IR Receiver built in.
Finding your device codes is easy using Intesets New Device Code Lookup capability exclusively for the INT422-3 on our website. You click on the Device Type (i.e. Cable Box) then select the manufacturer. Find your device and enter its code into the remote. Then, the functionality for that device will be mapped instantly to the applicable remote buttons. Any questions are answered in our support Forum, or you can contact us directly via our website. You can find our Forum, Contact Page, Device Lookup, programming instructions and more at - http://www.universalremotes.net.