Akira TV Universal Remote Codes & Program Instructions

Akira TV has various types of branded universal remote controls and if you are using any of those remotes or if you’re using akira tv and wants to set up with the universal remote you need to have the codes the codes are might be two digit codes, three digit codes or four digit codes you can get them from the below table and set up your akira tv remote with your favorite branded universal remote.

In this blog post we have mentioned all the universal remote codes for akira tv and also three methods are provided in the below lines if you don’t know how to set up any branded universal remote control with your TV then follow them and try various codes until your tv remote programmed with the universal remote.

Akira TV Universal 4 Digit Remote Codes

  • 2457
  • 0753
  • 4226
  • 0037
  • 3480
  • 3494
  • 2241
  • 2530
  • 2333
  • 4155
  • 1878
  • 0418
  • 0445

Akira TV Universal 3 Digit Remote Codes

  • 211
  • 611
  • 350
  • 381
  • 384

Akira TV Universal Codes For One For All Remote

2457, 42433, 3494, 0037, 35151, 25556, 0418, 1878, 11212, 0753, 2530, 3480, 4226, 26525, 2333, 2241

Akira TV Universal Codes For Philips Remote

  • 0445
  • 0079

How To Program Akira TV Universal Remote?

There are three simple ways to setup or to configure a universal remote and the first one is Using a Keycode, Programming Via universal remote code for Akira Tv Search and Manual Setup.

How to Program Akira TV Universal Remote With Auto Search

In the auto search method, all the universal remote codes are gone through scanning process in the remote. It scans one code at a time to find out the correct remote code that works with your remote to program the control. Follow the instructions given below:

  1. “Switch On” the smart device like “TV” that you want the universal remote to operate.
  2. “Turn on” the remote, tap on the device button (TV, DVD, CBL and OK/SEL) for 3 seconds. The LED light indicates the device is ready to program.
  3. Point out the remote to device and click on “CH+” & “CH-“ switches. Remote will show on/off signals. Press “up” or “down” key continuously till the device will turn off.
  4. Verify the code by clicking on “power” key. Device should turn on. If it starts, try changing the channel to verify that remote is programmed correctly.
  5. Now tap the “device” button to save the code. LED of Device will blink twice for confirming the code stored.

How to Program Akira TV Universal Remote With Manual Method

By using the keycode we can easily program a universal remote and the keycode identifies the make and model of your equipment.

  • First you need to “Turn The Device On”
  • Press the “TV” on your “Akira TV universal remote”
  • Now press and hold the “Setup button” of the Universal Remote until it shows the “Light Flash” (It means it is in “Learning mode”)
  •  Finally enter the “Keycode” which you collected from the programing guide (Instructions Booklet)
  • Once you’ve done this procedure, just “point your remote at the TV” and then “Press And Hold The Power” button
  • You can release the “Power Button” whenever the screen switches off

That’s all, your TV will work perfectly now with the universal remote control, if your device is not working then try to repeat the same procedure with the different code from the same part of the reference table.

How to Program Akira TV Universal Remote With Code Search

If you couldn’t find the key code which works for the device at that time you can setup your universal remote to search mode for the correct one. Its a code in manual which forces the remote into the search mode

  • First of all “Turn The Device On”
  • Now press and hold the “Setup” button
  • Enter the “9-9-1” (three digit) code
  • Now hold down the “Power Button” on the remote and then press the Channel up them until the device in this case your tv “Turns Off”

The above method might take some extra time but it is very important to find your key code. Once you have done the above procedure your remote should be working for all the in functions.

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