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Verizon Fios Remote Codes: A Complete Guide

When we originally purchased my Verizon Fios remote control, We expected it to be difficult to program.
However, due to Verizon’s official website’s Support section, I was able to locate the needed code for my TV in a couple of minutes.
We learned how to set up and utilize several Verizon TV remotes after doing further research online, which prompted me to write this post.
A standard TV remote sends a binary signal to the television that is properly coded so that only the television can interpret it.
To prevent signals from being jumbled up, each TV manufacturer codes its signal differently.

Verizon FiOS Universal Remote Codes

Aside from the voice remote, which will allow Fios customers to change the channel, search for video-on-demand programs, and operate their DVRs with voice commands, the new TV One platform will also offer Wi-Fi connectivity and 4K Ultra HD.

Brand NameCode
Admiral0120, 0490, 3001, 3027
Advent0788, 0810, 0842, 0844, 0869
Adventura3028
Aiko0119, 3009
Aiwa3195
Akai0057, 0087, 0699, 0729, 0839, 3002, 3182, 3219
Albatron0727, 0870
Alleron3013
America Action207
Anam National3003, 3012
AOC0057, 0205, 3004, 3005
Apex3041, 3117, 3189
Apex Digital0183, 0775, 0792, 0794, 0906, 3183
Audiovox0119, 0207, 0478, 0650, 0829, 0902, 3012
Aventura198
Avera345
Belcor205
Bell & Howell0181, 3001, 3015
BenQ1059
Bradford0207, 3012
Brillian3227, 3228, 3230
Brockwood205
Broksonic0207, 0263, 0490, 3182, 3204
Candle0057, 0205, 3005, 3006, 3028
Carnivale57
Carver81
Celebrity0027, 3002
Celera792
Centurion3007
Changhong792
Citizen0057, 0087, 0119, 0205, 3005, 3006, 3009, 3012
Clarion207
Colortyme0205, 3005
Colt3199
Commercial Solutions0074, 1474
Concerto0205, 3005
Contec207
Craig0207, 3012
Crosley81
CXC0207, 3012
Daewoo0119, 0205, 0478, 0650, 0688, 0699, 1688
Daytron0205, 3005, 3025
Dell1107, 1205
Denon172
Durabrand0198, 0205, 0207, 0490, 1061
Dynex490
Electroband0027, 3002
Element3264
Emerson0181, 0198, 0205, 0207, 0263, 0490, 0650, 3005
Envision0057, 0205, 0840, 3005
Epson0860, 0867, 3144
ESA0198, 0839
Fisher0181, 3014, 3015
Fujitsu0710, 0836, 0880, 3013, 3159, 3160, 3162, 3163
Funai0198, 0207, 3012, 3013, 3198
Futuretech0207, 3012
Gateway1782, 1783
GE0074, 0078, 0205, 0478, 1174, 1374, 1474, 3000, 3003
Gibralter0044, 0057, 0205, 3024
Go Video913
GoldStar0057, 0205, 3004, 3005, 3008, 3025, 3026, 3202
Grunpy0207, 3012, 3013
Haier1061
Harman Kardon81
Hisense775
Hitachi0172, 0205, 1172, 3005, 3008, 3039, 3044, 3180, 3198
HP3253, 3254
Hyundai876
IMA3012
Infinity0081, 3018
InFocus3255, 3256, 3257
Insignia0198, 0490
Inteq44
Janeil3028
JBL0081, 3018
Jensen0205, 0788, 0842, 0844, 3005
JVC0080, 0758, 1280, 3008, 3017, 3019, 3070, 3096, 3097, 3101
Kawasho0205, 3002, 3005
KEC207
Kenwood0057, 0205, 3005
KLH0792, 0794
Kloss Novabeam3012, 3028
Konka3032, 3238, 3239, 3240, 3241, 3242, 3243, 3244
KTV0057, 0207, 3012, 3025
LG0205, 0727, 0883, 1205, 1292, 3004, 3145
Lloyd’s3198
Logik3001
Luxman0205, 3005
LXI0074, 0081, 0181, 0183, 0205, 3000, 3005, 3015, 3018
Magnasonic3203
Magnavox0057, 0081, 0205, 0733, 0829, 1281, 1481, 3005, 3006, 3018
Marantz0057, 0081, 0205, 0731, 0882, 1181, 3005, 3018
Matsushita0277, 0677
Memorex0177, 0181, 0205, 0490, 3001, 3004, 3005, 3015, 3105
MGA0057, 0177, 0205, 3004, 3005, 3200
Midland0044, 0074, 0078, 3017, 3024, 3025, 3026
Minutz3016
Mitsubishi0120, 0177, 0205, 0863, 0895, 1277, 3004, 3005, 3075, 3091
Monivision0727, 0870
Motorola0120, 3003, 3027
MTC0057, 0087, 0205, 3004, 3005, 3022
Multitech0207, 3012
Multivision3020
NAD0183, 0205, 0893, 3005, 3029
NEC0057, 0205, 0524, 0909, 1731, 3003, 3004, 3005
NetTV1782
Nikko0057, 0119, 0205, 3005, 3009
Norcent0775, 0851
NTC0119, 3009
Olevia3131, 3226, 3231, 3232, 3233
Onwa0207, 3012
Optimus0181, 0193, 0277, 0677, 3029, 3197
Optoma914
Optonica0120, 3021, 3027
Orion0263, 0490, 1490, 3011, 3031, 3090, 3204
Panasonic0078, 0277, 0677, 1437, 3003, 3017, 3018
Panavision3216
Philips0081, 0205, 0717, 1181, 1481, 3003, 3006, 3008, 3018
Philips Magnavox3040, 3046, 3047, 3067, 3071, 3085, 3095, 3102
Pilot0057, 0205, 3025
Pioneer0193, 0205, 0706, 0893, 3005, 3029, 3108, 3115, 3157, 3165
Polaroid0792, 0892, 3140, 3264
Proscan0074, 1374, 1474, 3000, 3124
Proton0205, 0493, 3005, 3008
RCA0074, 0117, 0205, 0706, 1074, 1174, 1274, 1374, 1474, 1574
Runco0044, 0057, 0524, 0630, 3024
Sampo0057, 0205, 1782, 3005, 3025, 3026
Samsung0057, 0087, 0205, 0729, 0793, 0839, 0841, 1087, 3004
Sansui0490, 3031, 3048, 3090, 3182, 3198, 3204
Sanyo0181, 0205, 0826, 0920, 3014, 3015, 3200
Sceptre0027, 1127
Scotch0205, 3005
Scott0205, 0207, 0263, 3005, 3008, 3011, 3012, 3013, 3251
Sharp0120, 0205, 0518, 0715, 0716, 0878, 3005, 3008, 3021
Sheng Chia120
Sony0027, 0861, 1127, 3002, 3050, 3054, 3069, 3077, 3103
Soundesign0205, 0207, 3005, 3006, 3012, 3013
Squareview0198, 3030
Starlite0207, 3012
Studio Experience870
Superscan0120, 0891, 3218
Supreme0027, 3002
Sylvania0057, 0081, 0198, 0205, 3005, 3006, 3018, 3042
Symphonic0198, 0207, 3010, 3012, 3030, 3064, 3198
Syntax3131, 3231, 3232, 3233
Teknika0081, 0087, 0119, 0177, 0205, 0207, 3001, 3004, 3005
Telecaption3023
Telefunken729
Toshiba0087, 0181, 0183, 0677, 0859, 0872, 1172, 1183, 1283
Viewsonic0081, 0884, 0891, 0912, 1782, 3141, 3154
Viking3028
Viore3252
Vizio0891, 0912, 1292, 1783, 3145
Westinghouse0027, 0478, 0912, 0916
White Westinghouse0490, 0650
Yamaha0057, 0205, 0796, 0860, 0866, 3004, 3005
Zenith0044, 0119, 0205, 0490, 1292, 3001, 3024, 3033, 3035

Fios customers will be able to place TVs far away from coax outlets and connect additional Fios set-top boxes wirelessly to the TV over the Wi-Fi network thanks to the Wi-Fi connectivity feature.

The Fios TV One upgrade, on the other hand, appears to show that Verizon is committed to developing (or at the very least retaining) its conventional video distribution business. It also demonstrates that the company has been watching what its cable competitors are up to.
Once you’re in STB mode, power turns on or off your STB and television. (If you have a DVR STB, the DVR will continue to record scheduled shows even if you turn it off.) You will, however, change the way the facility Key operates.

How To Program Your Verizon TV Voice Remote

Follow the instructions below to link your Verizon Fios TV Voice Remote with your Fios TV One or Fios TV One Mini:

  • To connect the Verizon Fios TV Voice Remote with a Fios TV, point it in the direction of the Fios TV you want to link it with.
  • Hold down the ‘O’ and Play/Pause buttons at the same time.
  • Let go of the buttons after the blue light on your Verizon Fios TV Voice Remote starts blinking.
  • When the blue light on your remote stops flashing, it means the Verizon TV Voice Remote has been successfully linked and is ready to use with your Fios TV.

When you pair your Verizon Fios TV Voice Remote with your set-top box, your Fios TV Voice Remote will instantly identify and control all HDMI-connected TVs and audio systems.

Follow the steps below to configure your Verizon Fios TV Voice Remote:

  1. Select Settings from the menu.
  2. Locate the Voice Control menu and pick Fios TV Voice Remote from the drop-down menu.
  3. Choose Program Voice Remote from the menu. When you’ve done that, you’ll have two setup options: Automatic Setup and Manual Setup.
  4. Select the Automatic Setup option. You should notice a ‘Success’ notification at the upper right corner of your TV screen after the setup is complete.
  5. Select the Manual Setup option if the automated setup did not work for you for any reason.
  6. Choose your TV or receiver’s brand and model, then follow the on-screen instructions.
  7. When the message ‘Success’ shows in the upper right corner of your screen, your Verizon Fios TV Voice Remote has been successfully configured for your TV and is ready to use.

How To Program Your Verizon P265 Remote

  • Check that both your TV and your Fios set-top box are turned on.
  • Hold down the OK and Fios TV buttons at the same time. The red light on the remote will blink twice when you release the buttons and then stay on.
  • Then, once per second, hit and release the Play/Pause button. Continue doing so until the remote recognizes the correct code and the television shuts off. You can cease pushing the Play/Pause button once the TV has been switched off.
  • To turn on the TV, press the TV Power button on your Verizon P265 remote. Press OK to save if the TV turns on successfully. If the TV still won’t turn on, keep pressing the Channel Down button every second. Continue doing so until the TV turns on, then hit OK to save your work.

You may also use the Interactive Media Guide (IMG) to program (or even replace) your remote control by going to the menu, selecting Customer Support, Top Support Tools, and Program Fios Remote.

After pressing OK, just follow the on-screen instructions to finish configuring your Verizon P265 remote.

How To Program Your Verizon P283 Big Button Remote

As seen in the instructions below, programming your Verizon P283 Big Button Remote is extremely similar to programming your Verizon P265 Remote:

  1. Check that both your TV and your Fios set-top box are turned on.
  2. Hold down the OK and 0 keys at the same time. The red light on your remote will blink twice and stay on when you release the buttons.
  3. Find the three-digit code for your television and type it into the remote control. The red light will blink twice more before staying on.
  4. Hold the Channel Down button down for a second at a time until the TV shuts off on its own. You can quit pushing the Channel Down button after the TV has turned off.
  5. Press the TV Power button on the remote to turn the TV back on. Once the TV has turned on, select OK to preserve the settings.

Final Thoughts

Fios Verizon subscribers with an HD set-top box and a Motorola Droid or HTC Imagio mobile may utilize their handset as a remote as part of a new creative promotion. The mobile phone will now perform the same functions as a standard FiOS remote. The devices are about the same size as a cable modem or a big analog modem. Verizon has improved its FiOS Internet and FiOS TV services. I really wish they would speed up their basic FiOS Internet bundle.

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