03-14-2012 09:19 AM
That's probably because that remote uses it's own RF and Bluetooth as well as IR. I would guess that the Home button is probably the button used to activate the RF or Bluetooth mode for the remote. Cover the original remote's front end and press the Home button and see if the TV responds to know for sure.
03-18-2012 08:32 PM - edited 03-18-2012 08:39 PM
When you set up the TV with the software, it automatically pulls down LG remote settings. Do those not work? I have the same TV on order from Amazon but if the Harmony won't control it, the TV is going back.
Please update when you can.
P.S. I believe the comment above is correct and the magic remote is Bluetooth.
04-13-2012 07:45 PM
90% of the time it is RF and thats why it will not work, You can always contact your TV manufacturer and see if they have an IR HEX code for your HOME command, if they do give logitech a shout and they can put it into your account
- Retired Harmony Support Agent
07-03-2012 01:44 PM
As soon as you pair your remote with your TV, some of the commands cease being sent out via Infrared.
You can "Un pair" your remote by holding down the Home and Back Buttons at the same time for about 5 seconds.
You know your remote is not paired when the cursor does not appear on screen when you shake the remote.
After un Pairing the remote, Teach your Harmony remote the IR command in the way described in the manual. Test your new command.
Once you're able to reach the home page using your Harmony remote, you can again pair the magic remote (push the OK Wheel) and BOTH remotes will work.
07-12-2012 10:28 PM - edited 07-12-2012 10:29 PM
Professor0 you are the man! Just purchased my LG55LM7600 smart TV and the harmony one and was about to send back the remote for the harmony 900 with RF capabilities, but after simply unpairing the remote, (this disabled the RF function) and began sending IR again for the "Home" and "My apps" buttons so I could program them to other buttons on the Harmony remote. I can now simply toggle around with arrow buttons in the LG home menu and get to Netflix and Hulu etc. Its not the magic curser, but a fair IR compromise given no RF capabilities with the Harmony one.
07-13-2012 06:57 AM
To give you a little more information in reguards to the 900 and RF abilities, the 900 cannot control RF devices, it can only control it's own RF Blaster, which in turn sends IR to devices.