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Axess DVD Player Universal Remote Codes

Want to upgrade your home entertainment system and want to control all devices with just one Axess DVD remote? This is precisely a brilliant idea and it only takes a few minutes of your time to do the installation. Using Axess DVD universal remote control codes, you can program your remote control and operate it with your other devices. Having a single remote to operate multiple devices gives you convenience while eliminating clutter inside the living room. There are different ways to program the Axess DVD remote control, but you need to secure the correct code that corresponds to the device you want to set up.

Axess DVD universal remote control code list

Axess DVD codes are very important when trying to program the remote control with other devices. Across many makes and models, we have put together the complete list of Axess DVD player codes to make programming easier for you. If the code you selected does not work at first, keep trying until you enter the correct code.

Below is the full list of Axess DVD universal remote control codes:

  • 0049
  • 0101
  • 0131
  • 0152
  • 0161
  • 0181
  • 0193
  • 1005
  • 1053
  • 1110
  • 1113
  • 1476

How to program the Axess DVD universal remote control

If you have no knowledge of programming your Axess DVD remote, this article will provide you with clear instructions on how to do this. The procedures are easy to follow and you can manage them yourself without asking for expert help. Make sure the devices you want to program with your remote are working and are in good condition.

Here are the different ways to program the Axess DVD universal remote control:

How to program Axess DVD universal remote control with automatic search

In the automatic search method, all universal remote control codes have gone through a scanning process in the remote control. It scans one code at a time to find the correct remote code that works with your remote to program the command. Follow the instructions below:

  1. “Light up” smart device like “TV” that you want the universal remote to work.
  2. “Light up” remote control, press the button on the device (TV, DVD, CBL and OK / SEL) for 3 seconds. The LED indicator indicates that the device is ready to be programmed.
  3. Point the remote control at the device and click “CH +” & “CH-“ switches. The remote will display the on / off signals. hurry “up” Where “down” continuously until the device switch off.
  4. Check the code by clicking on “Power” key. The device must light up. If it starts, try changing the channel to verify that the remote is correctly programmed.
  5. Now press the “device” button to save the code. The device LED will blink twice to confirm the stored code.

How to program Axess DVD Universal remote control with manual method

Using the key code we can easily program a universal remote control and the key code identifies the make and model of your equipment.

How to program the Axess DVD universal remote control with Code search

If you can’t find the key code that works for the device at that time, you can configure your universal remote to search for the correct one. It’s a code in the manual that forces the remote into search mode

  • First of all “Turn on the device”
  • Now press and hold the “To install” button
  • Enter the “9-9-1” code (three digits)
  • Now hold the “Power button” on the remote control, then press the channel up until the device in this case your TV “Off”

The above method may take a little longer, but finding your key code is very important. Once you have completed the above procedure, your remote control should work for all in functions.


Have you tried which code listed above works with your device? We are happy to hear your thoughts and to help other readers who are going through the same thing. But if you’re having trouble setting up your remote using any of the codes above, we’re here to help. Simply drop your comment in the box below.

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Suresh Choudhary

Suresh is a former writer for Lifewire who started reporting on consumer electronics in 2015. He's focused more closely on home entertainment and home theater technology like Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD players. Since studying electronics in high school, he's been a fervent electronics and audiophile hobbyist.

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