This is a continuation of yesterdays post about the Broadlink RM2 wifi remote. I was able to test out using the codes to control my remote today. They are stored in JSON format in the broadlink backup file. The backup file is a zip file. After you extract it there is a folder named SharedData. There are several files in the folder. The one that seems to have all the codes is named jsonIrCode. The data looks like an array of objects, each with a code and some other information.
Sunday, March 5, 2017
Friday, March 3, 2017
Python control of Broadlink RM2 wifi remote
I recently got a Broadlink wifi remote. I have been playing around trying to send commands to it with python. I found code on github that does most of what I need. It looks like the device itself doesn't learn any remote codes. It is all in the app. The code I found can send codes to the device and get codes from learning mode.
I have a bunch of buttons programmed in the app already. I wanted to see if I could get those codes. I think I got them today. The app, called eControls, allows you to backup your setup. Today I was able to get my backup file from their backup site.
Tomorrow I will try to use the codes from the backup.
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