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afstandsbediening
Instelbare tv-codes
Merk Code
SAMSUNG TV POWER+01, +02, +03, +04, +05, +06, +07, +08, +09
AIWA TV POWER+82
ANAM TV POWER+10, +11, +12, +13, +14, +15, +16, +17, +18
BANG & OLUFSEN TV POWER+57
BLAUPUNKT TV POWER+71
BRANDT TV POWER+73
BRIONVEGA TV POWER+57
CGE TV POWER+52
CONTINENTAL EDISON TV POWER+75
DAEWOO TV POWER+19, +20, +23, +24, +25, +26, +27, +28, +29, +30, +31, +32, +33, +34
EMERSON TV POWER+64
FERGUSON TV POWER+73
FINLUX TV POWER+06, +49, +57
FORMENTI TV POWER+57
FUJITSU TV POWER+84
GRADIENTE TV POWER+70
GRUNDIG TV POWER+49, +52, +71
HITACHI TV POWER+60, +72, +73, +75
IMPERIAL TV POWER+52
JVC TV POWER+61, +79
LG TV POWER+06, +19, +20, +21, +22, +78
LOEWE TV POWER+06, +69
LOEWE OPTA TV POWER+06, +57
MAGNAVOX TV POWER+40
METZ TV POWER+57
MITSUBISHI TV POWER+06, +48, +62, +65
MIVAR TV POWER+52, +77
NEC TV POWER+83
NEWSAN TV POWER+68
NOBLEX TV POWER+66
NOKIA TV POWER+74
NORDMENDE TV POWER+72, +73, +75
PANASONIC TV POWER+53, +54, +74, +75
PHILIPS TV POWER+06, +55, +56, +57
PHONOLA TV POWER+06, +56, +57
PIONEER TV POWER+58, +59, +73, +74
RADIOLA TV POWER+06, +56
RADIOMARELLI TV POWER+57
RCA TV POWER+45, +46
REX TV POWER+74
SABA TV POWER+57, +72, +73, +74, +75
SALORA TV POWER+74
SANYO TV POWER+41, +42, +43, +44, +48
SCHNEIDER TV POWER+06
SELECO TV POWER+74
SHARP TV POWER+36, +37, +38, +39, +48
SIEMENS TV POWER+71
SINGER TV POWER+57
SINUDYNE TV POWER+57
SONY TV POWER+35, +48
TELEAVA TV POWER+73
TELEFUNKEN TV POWER+67, +73, +75, +76
THOMSON TV POWER+72, +73, +75
THOMSON ASIA TV POWER+80, +81
TOSHIBA TV POWER+47, +48, +49, +50, +51, +52
WEGA TV POWER+57
YOKO TV POWER+06
ZENITH TV POWER+63
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This product uses parts of the software from the Independent JPEG Group.
This product uses parts of the software owned by the Freetype Project (www.freetype.org).
This product uses some software programs which are distributed under the GPL/LGPL license.
This Product uses some software programs which are distributed under the OpenSSL license.
Accordingly, the following GPL and LGPL software source codes that have been used in this product can
be provided after asking to vdswmanager@samsung.com.
GPL software: Linux Kernel, Busybox, Binutils
LGPL software: UClibc, directfb
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