Point Anywhere set-up instructions
Point Anywhere A30 remote: Programming instructions
Program for ten most popular device brands (recommended)
Program your remote to control popular devices, including a TV, DVD, Blu-ray, home theater receiver, or
sound bar.
Ensure the protective battery strip has been removed. Make sure the device youare programming is
powered on and you can hear sound from it.
1. Find your device brand in the chart below – Note which number relates to your brand. If your
device brand is NOT shown, proceed to PROGRAM YOUR REMOTE USING AUTO SEARCH.
2. Enter programming mode – Press and hold the OK and MENU keys simultaneously for three
seconds until all four mode keys flash red twice and you hear two short beeps to confirm you
are in programming mode.
3. Press the mode key associated with the device – Press the mode key (TV, DVD, or AUX) for the
device type you wish to set up. The mode key will light up red and stay lit.
NOTE: AUX is the default mode key for audio devices.
4. Press the key for your brand – While pointing the remote at your device, press and hold down
the number key for your brand. Let go of the key as soon as the device turns off (for a TV or
DVD) or mutes (for an audio device). The previously selected mode key will blink red twice and
you will hear two short beeps to confirm that programming was successful.
5. Power on or unmute device – Press the POWER key to turn the device back on (TV or DVR) or
press MUTE to unmute (audio device only).
6. Test volume control – Use the volume buttons to verify that the remote control is controlling
your device’s volume. If it does not work properly, go back to Step 2 and try again.
NOTE: Repeat this process for other devices (DVD, Blu-ray, home theater receiver, or sound
bar).
7. Press the AT&T mode key for normal operation.
Program using auto search (recommended)
Use the following method to program your remote for TV, DVD, or audio device brands that do not
appear in the popular manufacturer chart on page 4. Ensure the device to be programmed is powered
on and its sound can be heard.
1. Enter programming mode – Press and hold the OK and MENU keys simultaneously for three
seconds until all four mode keys flash red twice and you hear two short beeps to confirm you
are in programming mode.
2. Press the mode key associated with the device – Press the mode key (TV, DVD, or AUX) for the
device type you wish to set up. The mode key will light up red and stay lit.
NOTE: AUX is the default mode key for audio devices.
3. Press and hold the FAST FORWARD key – While pointing the remote at your device, press and
hold down the FAST FORWARD key. Let go of the key as soon as the device turns off (for a TV or
DVD) or mutes (for an audio device).
4. Power on or unmute device – Press the POWER key to turn the device back on (TV or DVR) or
press MUTE to unmute (audio device only).
5. Test Volume Control – Use the volume buttons to verify that the remote control is controlling
your device’s volume. If it does not work properly, go back to Step 1 and try again. NOTE: Repeat
this process for other devices (DVD, Blu-ray, home theater receiver, or sound bar).
6. Press the AT&T mode key for normal operation.
Program using manual setup
1. Find your device brand in the code list – Using the code list in the back of the Point Anywhere
A30 remote user guide, find your brand of TV, DVD, or audio device and note the first code
listed for that brand.
2. Enter programming mode – Press and hold the OK and MENU keys simultaneously for three
seconds until all four mode keys flash red twice and you hear two short beeps to confirm you
are in programming mode.
3. Enter the code for your brand – Using the numeric key pad on the remote, enter the first fivedigit code listed for your device. The associated mode key will blink red once for every digit
pressed. Once all five digits are entered, the mode key associated with the device will flash red
twice and you will hear two short beeps to confirm that a valid code was entered successfully.
4. Test the code – Test the remote to see if it controls your device as expected. If not, repeat this
process using the next code listed for your brand. Use the volume buttons to verify that the
remote is controlling your device’s volume. If that does not work properly, go back to Step 1 and
try again.
NOTE: Repeat this process for other devices (DVD, Blu-ray, home theater receiver, or sound
bar). AUX is the default mode key for audio devices.
5. Press the AT&T mode key for normal operation.
Program using the learning feature
To use this method, you must have the original remote control that came with the device you wish to
program.
1. Press the mode key for the associated device – Press the mode key (TV, DVD, or AUX) for the
device type you wish to set up.
NOTE: Learning is not available with the AT&T mode key.
2. Enter learning mode – Press and hold the LEARN key for three seconds until all four mode keys
flash red twice and you hear two short beeps. The red LED indicator SELECT KEY TO LEARN lights
up red to confirm that you are in the learning mode.
3. Position remote to learn – Place the Point Anywhere RF Remote Control head-to-head with your
original device remote (about 1" to 2" apart).
4. Press the key you want to learn – Press the key on the Point Anywhere RF Remote Control that
you want to learn a command. The green LED indicator READY TO LEARN will flash green rapidly
when the remote is ready to accept the new command.
NOTE: The learning function will time out after 10 seconds of inactivity.
5. Press the key you want to learn from – Next press the corresponding key from the device’s
original remote to send the command you want to learn. The READY TO LEARN LED will flash
green twice and you will hear two short beeps to confirm it has “learned” and saved the desired
command. Then the red LED indicator SELECT KEY TO LEARN will light up to indicate that the
remote is ready to learn the next command.
Complete learning – Repeat Step 4 and 5 as necessary to program all remaining functions.
Exit learning – Once all of the keys are programmed as desired, press the LEARN key. The previously
selected mode key will blink red twice and you will hear two beeps to indicate you have exited learning
mode.
NOTE: When the green indicator READY TO LEARN is flashing but learning is inactive for 10 seconds, all
four mode keys will flash red once for two seconds and you will hear a long beep. Then the remote will
go back to the previous status and the red indicator SELECT KEY TO LEARN will light again to remind you
to retry learning.
NOTE: If the programming is interrupted or inactive for more than 10 seconds, all four mode keys will
flash red once for two seconds and you will hear a
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