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mosmortgage 4:54pm on Saturday, August 14th, 2010 
One of the best of HTC! It is very easy to use, stable no front camera for vdo conference. keypad quite small for big hand guys like me I was first hesitant in buying this phone . But when I saw some reviews on the net and You tube i was really impressed with the phone.
jemmyw 2:17am on Tuesday, August 10th, 2010 
I love this phone! This the best phone ever! It does anything and everything. I think of it as the new and improved i phone. I was extremely excited when I first received this phone. It was really easy to use and there was lots of great apps for the phone, often times free. The HTC Hero is a great phone. I have loved this phone since the day I got it.
hms46 12:29pm on Monday, August 9th, 2010 
The skin is exactly what I wanted. I am hard on my equipment, so I needed somthing that would last. I had a hard case. I received this case in the mail today. When I opened the package.
crxssi 12:49am on Saturday, July 3rd, 2010 
Great phone... In my opinion this is hands down the second best phone available right now with the iPhone being ahead slightly and I do mean slightly. This is my first exprience with HTC and android phones. I purchased the phone on Saturday (10/10/09) @ a local sprint store.
Troodon 8:59pm on Saturday, May 15th, 2010 
Quality issues with HTC Android is excellent. However the touch screen on the HTC Hero broke in 6 months of purchase. Also had a HTC Touch.
Wiebe 9:24pm on Monday, April 19th, 2010 
This was a phone purchased for my son. He loves it. Rather have a blackberry again then have to use this phone. Battery life is horrible, keyboard input is horrible, no push email.
arogge 9:35am on Thursday, April 8th, 2010 
I have been using AT&T for 10 years, and only used voice service. With friends. So, after over a year of living and loving my Blackberry Curve I was itching for a new phone. A part of me lusted for an iPhone. Hello, I have had the HTC Hero for about 3 weeks now.

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CheckMate V

Model RT-U50-25S
1. Introduction Your Checkmate V, Model RT-U50, universal remote control is simple to program, easy to use, and can operate up to five (5) electronic devices, which include: CABLE TV VCR DVD AUDIO Cable set-top terminals Televisions VCR DVD Receivers, amplifiers, CD players
Shuts remote off if any button is pressed and held for 45 seconds. This extends battery life in the event the remote becomes lodged under or between heavy objects. Reset Lets you reset your remote to its original default settings. For more information, see Section 12.

Universal Remote Control

3. Installing / Replacing Batteries Install two (2) new AAA alkaline batteries. Properly match the + / - ends of the batteries with the diagram in the battery compartment. Low Battery Indication - when the batteries become low and need to be replaced, the [CABLE], [TV], [VCR], [DVD], [AUDIO] buttons will not illuminate normally, or at all, during operation. When this happens, install two (2) new AAA alkaline batteries to restore normal operation to the remote control. Your remote control has Memory Guard, which eliminates reprogramming after battery changes.
Before you can use your remote control, it must be programmed (set-up) to operate the above devices.
2. Before Getting Started Some of the special features on your remote control are: Point and Press Programming Lets you program your TV, VCR, DVD and AUDIO devices without using codes. For more information, see Sections 5 and 14. SmartKeys Program multiple button presses on the [CABLE] and [TV] buttons. For more information, see Section 9. Mode Lock Your model RT-U50 remote comes locked in its cable operating mode. To operate more functions on your TV, VCR, DVD or AUDIO devices, see Section 11. [DEVICE] Button The [DEVICE] button operates only when Mode Lock feature is unlocked. When [DEVICE] is pressed, one of the power buttons will light up indicating the current device being operated. While the current mode power button is illuminated, press a non-illuminated power button to operate a different device. [VCR / DVD / VOD] Button Press and hold to toggle the transport (Play, Stop, Rew.) buttons between Cable (Video-On-Demand), VCR or DVD functions. Memory Guard
4. Programming Cable Set-Top Terminal Your CheckMate V remote is pre-programmed to operate a UEC digital set-top terminal. To operate a different cable set-top terminal, look up the brand and model in the Cable Setup Code list. If you are not sure of your brand and model, contact your cable operator. 1. Press [SELECT] then [MUTE] together until the power / mode buttons illuminate in slow-rotation (i.e. CABLE TV VCR DVD AUDIO CABLE. 2. From the Cable Setup Code list, locate the 3-digit code for your brand / model and enter it on the keypad of the remote control. The cable set-top terminal will turn off. 3. Then, press [SELECT] to lock in the code. The power / mode buttons will blink 3-times and go out. Cable Setup Codes UEC Motorola DCT, CFT2200 CFT2100, CFT2000 Jerrold DL4, DP(V), DQN(V), DPBB 002 003
Programming & Operating Instructions
To have a clearer idea of the features and capabilities of your remote control, take a moment to carefully read these instructions Save for future reference.
Rev. 09/2003. 2003, CONTEC CORPORATION
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To program your VCR or DVD, refer to the VCR or DVD Setup Code lists and repeat steps 2 and 3 above. To program your AUDIO equipment, refer to the AUDIO Setup Code list and repeat steps 2 and 3 above.
mode buttons will illuminate in fast-rotation. As soon as one device turns off, release the [CH ] button. 4. Press [MUTE]. If the device that turned off. a. Turns back on, press [SELECT] to lock in this code. The power / mode buttons will blink 3-times and go out. Or

Point and Press Programming This method allows you to program the remote control without using codes. Instead, the remote control automatically finds the correct command that you select in a variety of codes until you find the code that operates your device. You then lock in the correct code as described below. The following instructions describe how to program your remote control using the [CH ] or [CH ] buttons ("Power" function during programming). You may also program your remote control using other buttons / functions as described in Section 14. When using this method, there are several important points to remember: 5. Programming TV, VCR, DVD, AUDIO Devices Code Entry Programming 1. Turn on all the electronic devices (TV, VCR, DVD, AUDIO) you want to program the remote to operate. 2. Press [SELECT] then [MUTE] together until the power / mode buttons illuminate in slow-rotation (i.e. CABLE TV VCR DVD AUDIO CABLE). 3. a. To program your TV, locate the 3-digit code for your brand in the TV Setup Code list and enter it on the keypad of the remote control. Entry of the correct code will cause your TV to turn off. If multiple codes are listed for your brand, you may have to enter different codes until your TV turns off. b. As soon as you have entered a 3-digit code that turns your TV off, press [MUTE]. 1. If the TV turns back on, press [SELECT] to lock in the code. The power / mode buttons will blink 3-times and go out. Or 2. If the TV does not turn back on, enter a different 3-digit setup code until your TV turns back on. Then press [SELECT] to lock in the code. The power / mode buttons will blink 3-times and go out. The order in which you program your electronic devices is not important. There may be several codes that turn your electronic devices on / off (or perform other functions). Once you lock-in a code, be sure to check the available functions for that device (i.e. TV - Vol /, Mute, TV Input , VCR Play, Stop., DVD - Play, Stop., AUDIO - Vol/, Mute) to see if they are operating. While the remote is searching for the correct setup code(s) for your electronic devices, it is possible that other (previously programmed) devices may turn on / off (or perform other functions). If this occurs, continue pressing the [CH ] or [CH ] buttons (or the buttons described in Section 14) until you find the correct code for the device you are programming. It may take several minutes for the remote to find the correct code that turns your device off (or performs another selected function). During this time, the power / mode buttons will illuminate in fast-rotation (i.e. CABLE TV VCR DVD AUDIO CABLE). b. Does not turn back on, press [CH ] one step at a time until that device turns back on. Each time you press the [CH ] button, the power / mode buttons will illuminate once in reverse fast-rotation (AUDIO DVD VCR TV CABLE). Once you have found a code that turns the device on / off, press [SELECT] to lock in this code. The power / mode buttons will blink 3-times and go out. 5. Repeat steps 2 to 4 above for each of the remaining electronic devices you wish to program the remote to operate.

6. Programming TV / VCR Combinations 1. First, turn on your TV / VCR combination device and install a VHS tape. 2. Next, program your remote to operate the TV functions. Using the Code Entry Programming method described in Section 5, find a TV Setup Code that operates the TV functions (power, Vol, /, Mute) of your TV / VCR unit. 3. Last, program your remote to operate the VCR functions. Using the Code Entry Programming method described in Section 5, enter, lock and test each 3-digit VCR Setup Code for your brand until a code is found that operates the transport functions (play, stop, rew, fwd, pause, rec) of your TV / VCR unit. 7. Programming Your TV / DVD or TV / VCR / DVD Combination... n 1. First, turn on your TV / DVD combination device and install a DVD. 2. Next, program your remote to operate the TV functions. Using the Code Entry Programming method described in Section 5, find a TV Setup Code that operates the TV functions (Power, Vol /, Mute) of your TV / DVD unit.
Programming your electronic devices using the [Ch ] or [Ch ] buttons (Power function during programming). 1. Turn on all the electronic devices (TV, VCR, DVD, AUDIO) you want to program the remote to operate. 2. Press [SELECT] then [MUTE] together until the power / mode buttons illuminate in slow-rotation (i.e. CABLE TV VCR DVD AUDIO CABLE). 3. Press and hold the [CH ] button until one device turns off. While you are pressing the [CH ] button, the power /
3. Last, program your remote to operate the DVD functions. Using the Code Entry Programming method described in Section 5, enter, lock and test each 3-digit DVD Setup Code for your brand until a code is found that operates the transport functions (PLAY, STOP, REW, FWD, PAUSE, REC) of your TV / DVD unit. Before you can test for the correct DVD setup code, you must first press and hold the [VCR / DVD / VOD] button until the [DVD] button illuminates. 4. If you have a TV / VCR / DVD combination unit, you would then program your remote to operate the VCR functions. Using the Code Entry Programming method described in Section 5, enter, lock and test each 3-digit VCR Setup Code for your brand until a code is found that operates the VCR transport functions (PLAY, STOP, REW, FWD, PAUSE, REC) of your TV / DVD / VCR unit. Before you can test for the correct VCR setup code, you must first press and hold the [VCR / DVD / VOD] button until the [VCR] button illuminates. TV Setup Codes Admiral Adventura Aiwa Akai Amark Amstrad Anam Apex AOC Audiovox Belcor Bell & Howell Broksonic Brokwood Candle Centurion Citizen Concerto Contec Coronado Craig Crown Curtis Mathes Daewoo 107

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326 117

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Sylvania Teac Technics Toshiba Yamaha Receiver / Amplifier Adcom Aiwa Akai Bose Carver Denon Everquest Fisher Fosgate Audionics Goldstar (LG) Harman Kardon Hitachi Jensen JVC Kenwood LG (Goldstar) Luxman Magnavox Marantz NAD Onkyo Optimus Panasonic Parasound Philips (Magnavox) Pioneer Quasar Radio Shack Realistic Rotel Sansui Sanyo Scott Sharp Sherwood Sony Soundesign SSI Taekwang Teac Technics Wards Victor Yamaha Zenith
controlled through your TV (except AUDIO volume which defaults to the AUDIO device). The volume control options in each mode of the remote are: CABLE TV VIDEO DVD AUDIO TV (default), Cable or Audio. TV (default), Cable or Audio. TV (default), Cable or Audio. TV (default), Cable or Audio. Audio (default), Cable or TV.

[A] [B] [C] [0]

Cable, TV, VCR, AUDIO & DVD - tunes TV to Ch 3 Cable, TV, VCR, AUDIO & DVD - tunes TV to Ch 2 Cable, TV, VCR, AUDIO & DVD - tunes TV to Ch 4 Cable box only (default)

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To control volume / mute through your cable set-top terminal in the remotes Cable mode 1. Press [CABLE], then [SELECT] together - hold both buttons down until the [CABLE] button lights up. 2. Press [VOL ], then [CABLE] for cable volume. The [CABLE] button will blink and go out. To return volume control back to your TV, repeat step 1. above, then press [VOL ], then [TV] in step 2.
4. The [CABLE] button will blink and go out, storing the selected option. Programming and using the [TV] SmartKey The [TV] button normally turns on / off your TV. To program the [TV] button to transmit multiple pre-programmed functions, follow the steps below: 1. Press [DEVICE], then [CABLE] to select the cable mode of your remote. 2. Press [TV], then [MENU] together - hold both buttons down until the [TV] button lights up.
9. Your Remotes SmartKeys 268 Your remote has two (2) SmartKeys - [CABLE] and [TV], that Each SmartKey can be operate in its cable mode. programmed to transmit multiple functions. Programming and using the [CABLE] SmartKey The [CABLE] button normally turns on / off your cable set-top terminal. To program the [CABLE] button to transmit multiple pre-programmed functions, follow the steps below: 1. Press [DEVICE], then [CABLE] to select the cable mode of your remote. 2. Press [CABLE], then [MENU] together - hold both buttons down until the [CABLE] button lights up. 3. Press the option number below for the desired functions: Option [1] [2] [3] 265 [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] Pre-Programmed to turn on Cable & TV - tune TV to Ch 3 Cable & TV - tune TV to Ch 2 Cable & TV - tune TV to Ch 4 Cable, TV & VCR - tune TV to Ch 3 Cable, TV & VCR - tune TV to Ch 2 Cable, TV & VCR - tune TV to Ch 4 Cable, TV, VCR & AUDIO - tune TV to Ch 3 Cable, TV, VCR & AUDIO - tune TV to Ch 2 Cable, TV, VCR & AUDIO - tune TV to Ch 4

3. Press the option number below for the desired functions: Option [1] [2] [3] [0] Pre-programmed to turn on TV - tune TV to Ch 3 TV - tune TV to Ch 2 TV - tune TV to Ch 4 TV only (default)
4. The [TV] button will blink and go out, storing the selected option. Remember: When using any SmartKey to transmit a series of functions, be sure to keep your remote aimed at the devices to ensure all functions are received in their entirety.
10. Code Number Read Back To identify the 3-digit setup codes stored under the Point and Press programming method, follow these steps: To identify the TV setup code 1. Press [TV], then [SELECT] together - hold both buttons down until [TV] illuminates. 2. Press [INFO]. The [TV] button will blink back the code numbers, with a 1-second interval between each digit of the code.
8. Programming Volume Control When you first program your remote, volume / mute are
Example: For code 035, the remote will blink 10 times, then 3 times, then 5 times. To identify the 3-digit VCR code, press [VCR], then [SELECT] in step 1, then press [INFO]. To identify the 3-digit DVD code, press [DVD], then [SELECT] in step 1, then press [INFO]. To identify the 3-digit AUDIO code, press [AUDIO], then [SELECT] in step 1, then press [INFO].
mode, [TV / VCR INPUT] will operate the Input source on your TV, or the TV / VCR function on your VCR, eliminating the need to change modes on the remote. To program [TV / VCR INPUT] to operate your TV Input function in the remotes cable mode. 1. Press [TV / VCR INPUT], then [SELECT] together until the [CABLE] power / mode button illuminates. 2. Press [TV]. The [CABLE] button will blink and go out. Note: You can also press [VCR] in step 2 above to operate the TV / VCR function on your VCR. Or press [CABLE] to return to the normal Cable function on set-top terminals so equipped. 14. Additional Programming Information,.. Troubleshooting, Terms..n Additional Programming Information 1. The power / mode buttons will illuminate in slow-rotation (i.e. CABLE TV VCR DVD AUDIO CABLE) while the remote is in a programming mode. In the absence of a keypress entry, the power / mode buttons will stop illuminating after 45-seconds and the remote will exit the programming mode. 2. When programming the remote control using the [CH] or [CH ] buttons (Power function) in the Point and Press Programming method, you may find a code that turns a device off but not back on. If this happens a. The correct code has not been found as you may have a code that operates some but not all of the functions of your device. Continue pressing [CH] until your device turns on. OR b. You may have gone past the correct matching code. Try pressing [CH] one press at a time until you find a code that turns your device back on. 3. When using the Point and Press Programming method, you can also program your remote using buttons other than the [CH] or [CH ] as described in Section 5 as follows: a. [VOL] to go forward through the codes using the VOL function on your devices. b. [VOL] to go back through the codes using the VOL function on your devices. Note: When you find the correct code, the volume of the device being programmed will increase or decrease.

[] - to go forward through the codes using the Ch function on your devices.
d. [] - to go back through the codes using the Ch function on your devices. Note: When you find the correct code, the channel of the device being programmed will increase or decrease. e. [] - to go forward through the codes using the Fast Forward function on your devices. f. [] - to go back through the codes using the Rewind function on your devices. Note: When you find the correct code, the fastforward or rewind function of the device being programmed will be performed. To simplify programming using these buttons, insert a VHS tape or DVD in the device being programmed. You can also program your remote using the other available functions as follows: a. Press [SELECT] then [MUTE] together until the power / mode buttons illuminate in slow-rotation (i.e. CABLE TV VCR DVD AUDIO CABLE). b. In this order, carefully press [0], [0], [0], [CH] and [VOL ]. The power / mode buttons illuminate in slow-rotation (i.e. CABLE TV VCR DVD AUDIO CABLE). c. You can now program your remote using the [CH /], [Vol /],[FFWD], [REW], [PLAY], [STOP], [REC], [PAUSE], [LAST], [FAV], [0] - [9] buttons. When you find the correct code, the function associated with the selected button will be performed.
11. Mode Lock Your RT-U50 remote comes locked in its cable operating mode. While locked in its cable mode, it can control all cable set-top operations, as well as power on your TV, VCR, DVD and AUDIO devices. To operate more functions on your TV, VCR, DVD and AUDIO devices, you can unlock the remote as follows: 1. Press [CABLE], then [MUTE] together - hold both buttons down until the [CABLE] button lights up. 2. Press [9, 9, 9]. The [CABLE] button will blink and go out. To lock your remote back in its cable operating mode. 1. Press [CABLE], then [MUTE] together - hold both buttons down until the [CABLE] button lights up. 2. Press [0, 0, 0]. The [CABLE] button will blink and go out. 12. Resetting Your Remote Control To reset you remote to its factory default settings. 1. Press [CABLE], then [SELECT] together - hold both buttons down until the [CABLE] button lights up. 2. Press [MENU], then [MENU] again. 3. [CABLE] button will blink and go out.
4. Your remote is equipped with 2 programming labels on the back of its case. a. Point and Press Programming - This will help you quickly program the remote without using codes. Mode-Lock - Your model RT-U50 comes locked in its cable-operating mode. To operate more functions on your TV, VCR, DVD and AUDIO devices, you can unlock your remote using the simple instructions on the back of your remote or refer to Section 10. Troubleshooting / Tips b. 1. If the same button is pressed and held for 45-seconds, your remote control will turn itself off automatically. This extends the battery life should the remote become lodged

13. [TV / VCR INPUT] Button This button changes the input source of your electronic devices. In the remote's Cable mode, this operates a Cable function on set-top boxes so equipped. In the remote's TV mode, this button changes the Input Source (Input 1, Input 2.) on your TV. In the remote's VCR mode, this button changes the Input Source (TV / VCR) on your VCR. You can program this button so that in the remote's cable
under or between heavy objects, for example sofa cushions. 2. If you have a TV thats operated by remote control, it is recommended that you plug it directly into a wall outlet instead of the cable set-top terminal. 3. If you have any questions concerning the brand, model or operation of your cable set-top terminal, contact your cable operator. 4. If the [DEVICE] button is not operating, the remote is in its locked mode. To set the remote to its unlocked mode, see Section 10.
sequence (i.e. CABLE TV VCR --> DVD --> AUDIO CABLE) repeated every 1 second. Slow-rotation illumination occurs when the remote is in the programming mode, waiting for the next entry on the keypad of the remote. TV Output Channel - The channel your TV needs to be set on for proper Cable reception (most often TV channel 3, but may be TV channel 2 or 4). If you have any questions concerning your TV output channel, contact your cable operator. Or, with your cable set-top terminal turned on, try setting your TV to channel 2, 3 or 4 to obtain a clear picture. Transport Functions - These are the [Stop], [Play], [Fwd], [Rew], [Pause] and [REC] buttons. In the remote control's Cable mode, these buttons operate your Cable set-top features. However, by using the VCR / VOD / DVD toggle button, they can be set to operate the same functions on your VCR or DVD player. Video Devices - VCR or DVD players.
Rev. 09/2003 2003, CONTEC CORPORATION CheckMate and Point and Press are registered trademarks of Contec Corporation Explorer is a registered trademark of Scientific-Atlanta, Inc. Frequently Used Terms Audio Devices - Audio receivers, amplifiers, CD players that you can program your remote to operate. Default Setting How your remote is set when you receive it from your cable operator. Electronic Components / Devices - The various electronic devices the remote is designed to operate. These include cable set-top terminals, TVs, VCRs, DVDs, receivers, amplifiers and CD players. Fast-Rotation - The power / mode buttons will illuminate in a fast sequence (i.e. CABLE TV VCR --> DVD AUDIO CABLE) repeated every 1/3 second. Fast-rotation occurs when the remote is receiving keypresses to program it to your electronic devices. Mode - The device the remote is set to operate (ex. Cable, TV, VCR, DVD, AUDIO). See Section 10 for locking and unlocking the mode of the remote control. Program (Setup) The process of teaching your remote control to operate your electronic devices. Slow-Rotation - The power / mode buttons illuminate in a slow Voyager is a trademark of Pioneer New Media Technologies, Inc. U.S. Patent # 6,507,306

DEVICE In "unlocked" mode setting illuminates device being operated. Press [DEVICE], then CABLE, TV, VCR, DVD, AUDIO to change device being operated
On / off for each device Increase / decrease channel Context-sensitive help Display program information ` Selects highlighted item Launches Interactive applications Return to main EPG screen Enter channels, PIN #s Toggles "transport" buttons between CBL / VCR / DVD functions CBL, VCR, DVD transport functions

 

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