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Control Sony-devices?


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Is it possible to control Sony devices such as reciever and tv using TCP/IP?

I've added them as virtual devices in HC and have a label for if they are on or not (Ping), but I would like to get out more information from them.

Anyone done anything like this?

And why are the boxes so wide?

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please check this page.

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it is about what can be done via IP with device in general, with long list for devices.

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  • Cool, it seems its possible for Sony devices at least. The interesting part is how though, which they don't tell

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    there is a hard way - try to analyze IP traffic between sony device and IP remote (iphone app remote, or sony original app if exits)

    there is a semi-hard way - try to find sony manuals for this IP feature.

    and there is a simple way - buy and use roomie app

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    Sorry, i can't help - i am a samsung user.

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