Control your devices by simply moving the remote
For example, a short flick to the right to fast forward your recordings or jump to the next channel, song or scene. The remote is pre-programmed with 5 gestures that activate the most commonly used functions, such as channel up and down, next or previous scene, play or pause, sound mute, and all power off. Especially for people who like to personalize, these gestures can be re-programmed to any command you want it to operate.
Control your devices by simply moving the universal remote. For example, a short flick to the right to fast forward your recordings or jump to the next channel, song or scene
The integrated SmartControl® provides you complete ease of use. They automatically combine the keys of different devices you want to control at the same time. This allows you to control multiple devices with just one button press. For example: pressing “WATCH MOVIE” controls your TV, DVD and amplifier.
30 Seconds To Set Up Your Remote
Just 3 steps to set-up your device. Set-up your brand in under 30 seconds: Press the Magic button Select the device you wish to set up Press a digit key to setup your respective brand.
|Product code||URC 7962|
|Learnable / copy any function of your original remote control||✓|
|Teletext / fasttext||✓|
|Controls multiple devices types at the same time||✓|
|30 seconds to setup your remote||✓|
|Device mode indicator||✓|
|Batteries||4 x AAA (not incl.)|
|Operation System support||N/A|
|No. of devices||6|
|Freeview / TNT / TDT / DTT||✓|
|iPod/iPhone/iPad/ MP3/MP4 docking station||✓|
|Media center/media player/Home Theatre PC/Game console||✓|
FAQs & Solutions
Where can I find the right code for my device, to install onto my One For All remote?
If you are looking for your set up code, click here to open our "Find your setup code" tool and enter the exact make and model number of your device.
You can also refer to the code list in the back of the user manual.
Which code can I use to operate my Apple TV 4?
The Apple TV 4 supports Apple TV remotes from previous generations as well, for which setup code 1115 is created.
Should the Apple TV not respond with the above mentioned code, the TV4 also has the capability to learn commands from a remote.
This way, you can setup the One For All remote for usage. Please refer to the documentation of your Apple TV 4 for instructions.
The Find your Setup Code Tool indicates that the code for my device is not in the memory of my Smart Control Motion, what do I need to do?
The Find Your Setup Code Tool is the easiest way to look up the right code for your device.Read more
In some cases this tool indicates that the code is not in the memory of your remote and cannot be set up right away.
To resolve this we can offer you the following options:
Why doesn’t the learning work on my Smart Control Motion?
There are a number of reasons why learning might be unsuccessful:Read more
How can I program a missing function on my Smart Control Motion?
It is possible to add missing functions via a procedure known as “Key Magic.”Read more
If you provide the relevant information via this web form we will supply a 5 digit code to be programmed for each missing function and the programming procedure.
It is also possible to learn a missing function, using your original remote. To learn the requested functions on your One For All remote, please follow the instructions mentioned below:
How can I learn a missing function on my Smart Control Motion using the original remote control?
Your One For All remote is capable of copying functions straight from the original remote control that came with your device. It is also possible to program missing function via the Key Magic procedure.Read more
How can I delete a learned key on my Smart Control Motion?
If you would like to delete a learned function that you no longer require, please follow the procedure outlined below:Read more
When trying to learn a key, the Smart Control Motion gives one long blink. What does this mean?
A long blink indicates that the Smart Control Motion failed to learn the signal from the original remote. There could be a number of reasons for this.Read more
- Does the Smart Control Motion operate my Sky+ or SkyHD receiver? Yes, the Smart Control Motion operates all brands including this one. The basic code for most mainstream Sky+ receivers is Satellite code 1175. For SkyHD, this is Satellite code 1662. Read more
- Which device key on my Smart Control Motion do I use for Freeview? On the Smart Control Motion, the SAT key should be used for programming the Freeview. Read more
Which device key on the Smart Control Motion do I use for DVD-Home Cinema?
On the Smart Control Motion, you can use the DVD or AMP key for your DVD-Home Cinema.
After programming the set-up code, please test the volume keys.
Also please check if the 1-0 keys change the inputs and if play and stop work correctly with the DVD-Home Cinema.
How do I program my code on my Smart Control Motion?
To program the basic code on your Smart Control Motion, please follow the instructions mentioned below:
- Hold down MAGIC until the ring blinks twice.
- Press the left or right arrow key to select the device key.
- Enter the code, the ring will blink twice.
- You can now operate your device.
If the LED does not blink twice at the end, please try the following:Read more
How can I set up a device on my Smart Control Motion if I do not have a code?
If you do not have a code for your device, you can
- refer to the code list in the back of the user manual,
- use the learning function of your Smart Control Motion (click here to learn more), or
- click here to open our "Find your setup code" tool and enter the exact make and model number of your device.
Can I operate two or more of the same devices with the Smart Control Motion?
Yes, it is possible, as long as the remote supports 2 or more devices.
Another device mode will have to be changed into the required device mode.
To do this please use the procedure below:
- Hold down Magic until the ring blinks twice.
- Enter the code 992, the ring will blink twice.
- Using the arrows left or right selects the Source Device key.
- Press MAGIC once.
- Using the arrows left or right selects the device key that will be changed.
- Press MAGIC once, the ring will blink twice.
Can I send a sequence of commands from the press of one button?
Yes, your Smart Control Motion is capable of creating Macros.Read more
I need to press and hold down the POWER key for my device to switch on. How can I include this is in a Macro?
Our remote controls always send out the standard duration of a signal, which enables most Macros.
In your case, you need to keep the key pressed for a few seconds, which we are unable to reproduce into our Macros.
Unfortunately, there is no solution for this. Our apologies for any inconvenience this may cause. Read more
How can I delete a macro on my Smart Control Motion?
In order to delete a macro, please follow the instructions below:Read more
How do I move a function from one key to another on my Smart Control Motion?
To move a particular key within the same device mode:Read more
How do I perform a factory reset on my Smart Control Motion?
Before resetting theSmart Control Motion, please take the following into account:Read more
If you have ever sent in your remote control to our Upgrade Service for an update, these codes will be erased as well. In that case, it is highly advised not to perform a factory reset.
How do I reset a device on my Smart Control Motion?
If you would like to reset a device mode, please use the following procedure:Read more
How do I associate the volume keys to one particular device on my Smart Control Motion?
It is possible to lock the volume on your Smart Control Motion to a single device key (for example: the volume control could be linked only to a TV). This means that when the remote is in DVD or SAT mode and the volume keys are pressed, the TV volume will still be activated.Read more
Universal remote controls don’t have to cost a fortune, as this One for All Smartcontrol Motion remote proves. It costs a very reasonable £27 but can be programmed to control six different devices, and even has some motion-sensitive functions thrown in for good measure...Read More