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Samsung smart tv


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very unlikely on the ue??D8000 series had bluetooth power on support... so i would not hold your breath!

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As discussed in other topics.

you can use a Fibaro switch for turning On/Off the power.

TV will turn on to the last used status wehen the power is back again.

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Otherwise buy 1 of this:

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or the wireless version:

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and you can control everything like with original TV remote control, via Virtual device in Fibaro HC2.

(with these hardware you can control everything that has an infrared remote control)

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Domenico

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  • Thank you very much for your response!!

    I have a SQ Blaster from my old home automation system.

    Can I use this SQ Blaster with my HC2?

    My TV is Samsung UE55D8000

    Thank you!!

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