Infinity shows only the keys you need
There are no buttons to press; it shows only the keys you need and they will light up on the large 6 inch SmartScreen®. Unlike a touchscreen, it’s shock resistant, “fingerprintproof” and provides clear “click” feedback so you always know where to press. The Infinity universal remote is available in a jet black or snowy white edition with sophisticated silver detailing. Infinity will operate your (HD)TV, Projector, LCD TV, Plasma, Satellite, Cable, DVB-T, Freeview, IPTV, DVD, Blu-ray, MP3 player, docks (incl. iPod), Amplifier, Home Cinema, Windows Media Centre and many more, up to 6 devices.
Infinity is the only universal remote control without keys, due to the SmartScreen® technology. It’s a revolutionary user interface that adjust to the activity you want to control. The SmartScreen® includes multiple screens, changing for all 6 devices it can control.
Control multiple devices with just one button press
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 Settings Select the device you wish to set up Press a digit key to setup your respective brand.
Online set up has never been easier
Works all brands, now and in the future. You have access to over 300 000 models, covering more than 6 000 brands.
|Product code||URC 7990|
|Works with current and future devices||✓|
|Easy online setup||✓|
|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.)|
|Internet Upgradable||SimpleSet Online|
|Operation System support||Windows and Apple|
|No. of devices||6|
|Freeview / TNT / TDT / DTT||✓|
|iPod/iPhone/iPad/ MP3/MP4 docking station||✓|
|Media center/media player/Home Theatre PC/Game console||✓|
|Video Cassette Recorder||✓|
Why are there multiple settings files in my download folder?
Some browsers will rename files when they download another file with the same name by adding a number such as  at the end of the file name.
However, the remote will only accept a file called settings.bin, which in this case is the oldest version.
To be sure you have the latest version, please delete all files called settings.bin and settings.bin from your download folder and try downloading from the website again.
How can I program a missing function onto my One For All remote?
You can use the learning function of the Essence Infinity 7990, by following the instructions in the manual, which can be found in the manual tab above.
Which device key on the One for All do I use for DVD-Home Cinema?
Click here to do directly to the "Find your Setup Code" tool. Here, you can find the right code, and you'll also find the right programming procedure.
How can I tune in my channels?
The Infinity 7990 does not have its own way of tuning in the channels. This depends entirely on how the tuning was done with the original remote. You should find instructions on how to do the tuning in your TV user manual.
If you no longer have the user manual, nor the original remote, and you do not know exactly how the tuning was done, please contact the TV manufacturer for assistance. Quote your TV model number and either ask them to replace the manual, or ask them to tell you, step by step, how you would tune the TV stations when using the original remote control.
If you require special functions for tuning the channels, you can contact our Customer Support Team by clicking the link below. We will need to know how these keys were labeled (i.e., name, symbol, color, etc…) on the original TV remote control.
What device key do I use for Freeview?
On the Infinity 7990, the SAT key should be used for programming the Freeview.
How can I set up a device if I don't have/know the code?
You can use the learning function of the remote, by following the instructions in the manual, which can be found in the manual tab above.
Why doesn't the learning work?
A long blink indicates that the Infinity 7990 failed to learn the signal from the original remote. There could be a number of reasons for this.
Firstly, check the original remote is working correctly.
Next, make sure you are not performing the learning procedure under bright lighting or in bright sunlight as this can interfere.
Also ensure that the two remotes are approximately 2 to 3 cm apart, and that the transmitting end of the original remote is facing the remote. Sometimes holding the key on the original remote down for slightly longer may help, and conversely sometimes quickly pressing and releasing the key on the original works better.
Finally if the batteries in your remote are low, this could cause the unit to exit the programming mode. Try with some new batteries if available.
How do I delete a learned function?
If you would like to delete a learned function on your Infinity 7990 that you no longer require, please read the delete learning section in the manual, which can be found in the manual tab above.
Does the One for All operate my Sky+ or SkyHD receiver?
Yes, the Infinity 7990 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.
You can also use the "Find your setup code" tab above to find the right code for your Infinity 7990 and enter the exact make and model number of your Sky receiver.
How do I program my code?
Please use our "Find your Setup Code" tool. Here, you can find the right code, and you'll also find the right programming procedure for your remote control.
Where can I find the right code for my device, to install onto my One For All remote?
Please use our "Find your Setup Code" tool. Here, you can find the right code, and you'll also find the right programming procedure for your remote control