What are The Codes for a BlackWeb Universal Remote?

What are The Codes for a BlackWeb Universal Remote?

What is a Universal Remote?

A universal remote is a magical tool that lets you control all your TV stuff with just one clicker. Instead of having a bunch of remotes cluttering up your coffee table, you can use a universal remote to turn on your TV, change channels, play movies, and more!

Finding the Right Codes:

To make your universal remote work with your TV and other devices, you need to program it with special codes. There are a few ways to find these secret numbers:

1. Look in the Manual

Your remote probably came with a little book called a manual. This handy guide often has a list of codes for different brands of TVs, DVD players, and other devices. Find the brand of the device you want to control, then write down the code.

 2. Search Online

If you can’t find your manual, don’t worry! You can also look up codes on the internet. Check the website of the company that made your remote, or search for the brand and model of your remote plus “codes.” Write down the codes you find for your devices.

 3. Try the Code Search

Some remotes can find the right code for you. This is called a code search. Here’s how to do it:

  1. Turn on the device you want to control.
  2. Press and hold the button on the remote for that type of device (like “TV” for your television).
  3. While holding the button, press the power button. The power button should light up.
  4. Let go of both buttons. Now the remote is in code search mode.
  5. Point the remote at your device and press the power button over and over. Keep pressing until your device turns off.
  6. When it turns off, press the “stop” or “enter” button on your remote. This saves the code.

Programming Your Remote:

Once you have the codes for your devices, it’s time to program your remote. The steps can be a little different for each remote, but here’s a general idea:

  1. Turn on the device you want to control.
  2. Press and hold the button for that type of device on your remote.
  3. While holding the button, enter the code you found for your device’s brand.
  4. If the code is right, the power button on your remote should light up.
  5. Test out the remote to see if it can control your device. Try turning it off and on, changing channels, or adjusting the volume.

If the code doesn’t work, don’t give up! Sometimes a brand has more than one code. Try entering the next code on your list and repeating the steps until you find one that works.

Other Ways to Program:

Some universal remotes have other cool ways to learn your devices’ codes. Here are a couple of them:

  • Learning from Another Remote

Certain remotes can copy the signals from your old remote. To do this, you’ll need to put your universal remote head-to-head with the one that came with your device.

  1. Press the button on your universal remote for the type of device.
  2. Press the “learn” button (check your manual to see what this is on your remote).
  3. Line up the remotes so the ends with the little lights on them are pointing at each other.
  4. On your old remote, press and hold the button you want your universal remote to learn, like the power button.
  5. Your universal remote should give you a sign that it has learned the command, like flashing lights.
  6. Repeat this for all the buttons you regularly use.
  •  Using Your Computer

A few fancy remotes can connect to your computer to download codes or customize your setup. The most famous one is the Logitech Harmony.

  1. Connect your Harmony remote to your computer with the special cable.
  2. Go to the Harmony website and make an account.
  3. Tell the website what kinds of devices you have.
  4. The website will upload the right codes to your remote.
  5. You can also set up special routines, like a “Movie Night” button that turns on your TV, switches to the right input, powers up your DVD player, and dims your smart lights!

Tips and Tricks:

Here are a few more things to keep in mind as you’re setting up your universal remote:

– Write down the codes that work for each of your devices on a piece of paper and keep it somewhere safe. That way you’ll have them handy if you ever need to reprogram your remote.

– If you just can’t get your universal remote to control a device, you may have to keep using the original remote for some things. Hide it in a drawer so it doesn’t clutter up your coffee table.

– When you put new batteries in your universal remote, it might forget the codes. Check if your remote has a way to permanently save the codes so you don’t have to start from scratch.

– Universal remotes are super handy, but they can’t always do everything your device’s original remote can. Keep your special remotes (like the Magic Wand that came with your Harry Potter TV) in case you need them for special features.


Universal remotes are a great way to simplify your TV-watching experience. With a little bit of setup, you can control all your devices with one handy clicker.

Remember, there are a few different ways to find the codes for your devices and program them into your remote. If one method doesn’t work, try another! And don’t be afraid to look up tutorials or ask for help if you get stuck.