Arris VIP4302W - Stupid device :( w/ back button behaviour
My IPTV vendor Telia uses Arris VIP4302W boxes for the service. It's found from NEEO database but it's "stupid". Is there a possibility to get this smarten up so I can get rid of that annoying "stupid" screen?! I have tried to find the IR codes for this device but at till this point no luck. :(
Thanks in advance!
If you find discrete Codes for Power on and Power Off, yes it can.
Second solution is: Does any other Button powers up the device? If so, check witch one does so and Check ho fast after pushing of this button the Power Off work. Then the Device Driver team is able to provide a macro and unstupify your device! If you found a solution, you can mention Andy (with an @ infront of, and Pick the Guy with the Black Grey Picture), then he can implement the changes and your device is not stupid anymore.
Thanks for the quick reply. :)
Actually I believe the Arris box uses bluetooth with the original remote but the box also accepts IR signals. I have the original remote as well but at the moment I'm using Logitech's Universal Remote (Elite?) which uses IR-codes for Arris.
Btw. Is there a possibility to connect NEEO via bluetooth to Arris? I have seen some discussions that bluetooth might be coming but is it limited to some special cases like PS4 etc.?
Or should I just test 'secondary solution' to see if I found something? :)
When there is no other command that turns on your device, we can not come up with a macro right now that fixes this. We are looking into technical solutions however, there are different approaches, like using HDMI CEC or Bluetooth. We are also working again on the behavior of the stupid devices. I can not yet tell you exactly when these changes will be released to the public, but it is sure that what you are seeing right now is not our final solution.
Got this box recently with Telia and have been doing some research.
The remote defaults to Bluetooth but actually has IR capabilities as well.
A quote from someone who managed to find this:
The trick to learn the IR codes from the supplied remote is to unplug the Arris box. If there are no box that can connect via bluetooth, the remote switches to IR. Then I was able to learn the remote codes via IR learner.
Person above added the codes to iRule app (now defunct?), so they might be available somewhere.