How to Program Your X1 Remote Control to Your TV and Audio Device



How to Program an Xfinity Remote

Four Methods:

Xfinity remotes can be programmed to control your television and most audio devices such as sound bars and audio receivers, depending on the model of your remote. You can either program an Xfinity remote manually, or program the remote automatically using the code search feature.

Steps

Manual Programming for Televisions

  1. Navigate to the Xfinity remote website at .
  2. Click on the model of your remote, then click on “Continue.
  3. Select the device or brand of the television you want programmed with the remote, then click on “Continue.” The web page will display a list of programming codes for your television.
  4. Write down all available programming codes, or keep the Xfinity site pulled up to reference later on.
  5. Power on your television, then hold and press the “Setup” button on the remote until the indicator light turns green.
  6. Enter the programming code for your television using the number pad on your remote.The indicator light will flash green two times.
    • If the light blinks red, then blinks green, try entering the code again.
  7. Press the “TV Power” button on your Xfinity remote.If your television powers off, no further programming is needed. If your television fails to respond, repeat steps #5 and #6 using a different programming code. You must continue to enter programming codes until you find a code that works.
    • Try programming your Xfinity remote using the automatic code search feature outlined in Method Two if you are still unable to successfully program your remote.

Automatic Programming for Televisions

  1. Press and hold the “Setup” button on your Xfinity remote until the indicator light on the remote turns green.
  2. Enter 991 on the remote using the number pad.The indicator light will flash green two times.
  3. Press the “Channel Up” button repeatedly until your television powers off.
  4. Press “Setup” on the remote, then press the “TV Power” button.The television will turn on, and your remote will now be programmed for use with your television.

Manual Programming for Audio Devices

  1. Navigate to the Xfinity remote website at .
  2. Click on the model of your remote, then click on “Continue.
  3. Select the brand of the audio device you want programmed with the remote, then click on “Continue.” The web page will display a list of compatible programming codes.
  4. Write down all available programming codes, or keep the Xfinity site pulled up to reference later on.
  5. Power on your television and audio device, then hold and press the “Setup” button on the remote until the indicator light turns green.
  6. Enter the programming code for your audio device using the number pad on your remote.The indicator light will flash green two times.
    • If the light blinks red, then blinks green, try entering the code again.
  7. Press the “All Power” button on your Xfinity remote.If your audio device powers off, no further programming is needed. If your audio device fails to respond, repeat steps #5 and #6 using a different programming code. Your audio device will be programmed after entering the code that powers off your audio device.

Troubleshooting Remote Problems

  1. Verify that your television or audio device are plugged in and can power on manually if you have problems using or programming your remote.This can help rule out hardware problems with your television or audio device.
  2. Try replacing the batteries in your remote if the remote is unresponsive, or fails to program with your television or audio device.In some cases, low battery life can interfere and cause problems with programming.
  3. Remove any obstructions between your remote and the device you’re programming.Furniture and other large objects can interfere with the signal and prevent you from being able to successfully program your remote.
  4. Contact Xfinity customer support if you are unable to program the Xfinity remote with your television or audio device.Xfinity may be able to resolve problems with your remote, or replace the remote entirely. Either call Xfinity directly at 1-800-934-6489, or initiate an online chat with an Xfinity representative at .

Community Q&A

Search
  • Question
    My remote turns off the TV, but not the box. What should I do?
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    Check the remote control for a button or switch that will let you change the remote setting to "cable." When set to cable, it should turn off the box but not the TV. You may have to set up the remote to control your specific cable box, which would be covered in the directions.
    Thanks!
Ask a Question
200 characters left
Include your email address to get a message when this question is answered.

Warnings

  • Xfinity remotes can only be programmed to control two devices at a time. If you attempt to program a third device to your remote control, the remote control will reset and will no longer be programmed for the initial two devices.





Video: How to Program New Xfinity Remote XR-15 without codes.

How to Program an Xfinity Remote
How to Program an Xfinity Remote images

2019 year
2019 year - How to Program an Xfinity Remote pictures

How to Program an Xfinity Remote recommend
How to Program an Xfinity Remote recommend photo

How to Program an Xfinity Remote foto
How to Program an Xfinity Remote pics

How to Program an Xfinity Remote How to Program an Xfinity Remote new photo
How to Program an Xfinity Remote new photo

images How to Program an Xfinity Remote
pics How to Program an Xfinity Remote

Watch How to Program an Xfinity Remote video
Watch How to Program an Xfinity Remote video

Discussion on this topic: How to Program an Xfinity Remote, how-to-program-an-xfinity-remote/
Discussion on this topic: How to Program an Xfinity Remote, how-to-program-an-xfinity-remote/ , how-to-program-an-xfinity-remote/

Related News


How to Eat Fast
15 Gifts the Coffee Lover in Your Life Needs
How to Acid Wash a Swimming Pool
How to Transport a Guinea Pig
8 Fashion Myths To Forget
How to Grow a Clover Lawn
Funny DIY Brush Strokes Nail Art
The Age Youre Most Likely To Have A Midlife Crisis
Apple exec: Computers should help people remember everyone theyve met
How Russian Media reported on Trumps transgender military ban
Your Guide to Malaria
How to Cope with a Noisy Event
Alesha Dixon quits Strictly for Britain’s Got Talent
Buy Of The Day: JULIEN FAREL Vitamin shampoo and conditioner



Date: 10.12.2018, 12:08 / Views: 75473