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YAIntegra Remote 0.1.6 [Nelson]

.NET framework 3.5 should work from Windows XP to the infinity and beyond.
No installation, not registry keys, no dll, no external dependencies (well beside the .NET thingy).
Once launched the application create a semiserious .INI file in the launching folder.
I didn’t make any effort to check the INI file.

Any feedback is highly appreciated.
Im not responsible of anything, anytime anywhere though.

Here the AV Receivers list the application should work with:

DTR-20.2, DTR-30.2, DTR-40.2, DTR-50.2, DTR-70.2, DTR-80.2
DHC-40.2, DHC-80.2
TX-NR708, TX-NR808, TX-NR1008, TX-NR3008, TX-NR5008, TX-NR509, TX-NR579
PR-SC5508

ONKYO Protocol Version 1.21, 4 July 2011
(Anyone have access to a more recent protocol version?)

The official (?) “Integra Remote” for android AKA “ONKYO remote” application, Version 1.51.130605.6 (running on a Kindle HD) wasn’t able to “discover the receiver.
I read on thia forum about people having some similar problems with their unit identified. Ill have to investigate the issue.
My receiver has been correctly discovered before so seem to be some garbage collected over the Integra network service.

I sent the following UDP message:

Code:
49 53 43 50 00 00 00 10 00 00 00 09 01 00 00 00 21 78 45 43 4E 51 53 54  4E 0D
 ___________________________________________________________________________________
|49 53 43 50 |00 00 00 10 |00 00 00 09 |01 |00 00 00 |21 31 45 43 4E |51 53 54 4E 0D|
| I  S  C  P |            |            | v |         | !  x  E  C  N | Q  S  T  N cr|
|   header   | head. size | data size  | v |reserverd|   ISCP MSG    |              |
|____________|____________|____________|___|_________|_______________|______________|

over the port 60128 and the receiver correctly answer.

ONKYO Protocol Version 1.21, 4 July 2011
(Anyone have access to a more recent protocol version?)

The official (?) “Integra Remote” for android AKA “ONKYO remote” application, Version 1.51.130605.6 (running on a Kindle HD) wasn’t able to “discover the receiver.
I read on thia forum about people having some similar problems with their unit identified. Ill have to investigate the issue.
My receiver has been correctly discovered before so seem to be some garbage collected over the Integra network service.

I sent the following UDP message:

Code:
49 53 43 50 00 00 00 10 00 00 00 09 01 00 00 00 21 78 45 43 4E 51 53 54  4E 0D
 ___________________________________________________________________________________
|49 53 43 50 |00 00 00 10 |00 00 00 09 |01 |00 00 00 |21 31 45 43 4E |51 53 54 4E 0D|
| I  S  C  P |            |            | v |         | !  x  E  C  N | Q  S  T  N cr|
|   header   | head. size | data size  | v |reserverd|   ISCP MSG    |              |
|____________|____________|____________|___|_________|_______________|______________|

over the port 60128 and the receiver correctly answer.

YAIntegra Remote 0.1.6 [Nelson]

.NET framework 3.5 should work from Windows XP to the infinity and beyond.
No installation, not registry keys, no dll, no external dependencies (well beside the .NET thingy).
Once launched the application create a semiserious .INI file in the launching folder.
I didn’t make any effort to check the INI file.

Any feedback is highly appreciated.
Im not responsible of anything, anytime anywhere though.

Here the AV Receivers list the application should work with:

DTR-20.2, DTR-30.2, DTR-40.2, DTR-50.2, DTR-70.2, DTR-80.2
DHC-40.2, DHC-80.2
TX-NR708, TX-NR808, TX-NR1008, TX-NR3008, TX-NR5008, TX-NR509, TX-NR579
PR-SC5508

Battery App

working on some graphics for a windows phone app

working on some graphics for a windows phone app

japan

Woking on new languages, graphic refinements and new alarm sounds.

Stay tuned

The version 1.1 is out now in the “Microsoft Windows Phone Store”