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Universal remote with Canon cameras

Do you remember if you used code 0132 or 1132 for your remote? I am trying like mad to make Cinema6 or Recoton Remote6 to work but no luck. Any ideas? Where should the remote point to and how should be IX be set up ? What mode etc. Thanks! Bart

Bartosh Michalik
Tue Jul 31 12:37:15 PDT 2001

The code that I was talking about only applies to the Magnavox REM100 Universal Remote. You will have to find the equivalent code for your specific remote. Look for codes for MGA branded VCR's in the instruction manual of your remote control.

Chieh Cheng
Tue Aug 21 22:27:46 PDT 2001

Ellan II will fire on 057 ( an MGA code according to my guide )

Brendan Reid
Fri Oct 26 11:13:32 PDT 2001

Any of you guys know if this will work with the D30?

Dawn W
Tue Feb 12 13:14:26 PST 2002

MGM has the same code as Mitsubishi VCRs. It works with my EOS100 (US: Elan).

Wed Feb 27 06:55:49 PST 2002

Oops, I meant MGA of course.

Wed Feb 27 06:58:26 PST 2002

hi Chieh.
i just visited your camera hacking site and i thought i'd ask you about something i have been able to get very little information on.

(by the way, cool site)

i'm geting my 1st eos body and lens soon (hopefully). i'd like to "hack" together a remote shutter release by using my HP48 programmable calculator's infrared capabilities to send the neccesary IR sequence to the IR sensor on an eos body (eos30/elan7e) to trigger the shutter.

i've searched with various search engines, in netnews archives and in the forums but i could not find anything useful.

do you have any tips or info?


Kobus Jooste
Wed Apr 24 14:59:00 PDT 2002

Just went to Target for the $8 GE universal remote (the one with no numbers--it's smaller!). The book listed two codes for MGA (a brand name used by Mitsubishi mostly for the benefit of people who remember Mitsubishi fighter planes from the 40s) VCRs; the one that worked was "290".

Thanks for saving me $20!!!

Mon Feb 17 21:31:12 PST 2003


I am trying to remote control my Canon EOS Elan 7e with a remote control software on Sony Clie PDA.

Software is Clie RMC and I need the correct device ID and command ID for the shutter button on the RC-1 controller.

Does anyone have this information ?
If not, do you know the remote control protocol that Canon Camera's use ?
(RC5, NEC, RC6, Sony12, Sony15)


Mon Oct 13 03:51:25 PDT 2003

Did anyone try this on a Digital Rebel (300D)? I tried it with my remote with codes for MGA VCRs but it doesn't work.

Sun Apr 4 19:25:27 PDT 2004

My Ipaq 2210 came with a cool piece of software called "Nevo" which emulates hundreds of IR devices. I can configure it to control just about anything in my house using my Ipaq. Still trying to find the right combination to trigger the shutter on my Digital Rebel. I tried the MGA VCR settings but no luck. Has anyone had success with the Digital Rebel?

Sun May 9 18:42:41 PDT 2004

I've tried all of the suggested models in my Nevo software, but nothing will control the DRebel.

Tue May 11 08:24:51 PDT 2004

One more note on Nevo. It has a learn feature so if a friend has an orginal Canon remote, Nevo can learn the signal. Sadly, I have no friends - with this remote :)

Tue May 11 16:29:35 PDT 2004

For the Canon 300D remote hack....use a One For All remote from Wal-mart ($6) .... set TV to Telefunken (code 702) ... mute button will now give shutter delay shutter release and play button will give immediate shutter release.... hold button down on both for a second or two....

Greg Hampton
Wed, 12 May 2004 02:20:19 -0400

OK, Using the info provided by Greg, I contacted NEVO support and they gave the following information which emulates the device specified in Greg's note.
The 0702 code is not in the Nevo software.
In order to get these codes, you will need to register on our free website. Once there, you will go to the
Download Center and choose the "TV" device type, and the
"Telefunken" brand name and download the information .

After you have transferred the information to your iPAQ using the
"Active Sync" program, you will:

1. Open Nevo
2. Choose "Add a Device" on the wheel
3. Choose "TV" in the drop-down menu
4. Choose "Select Brand Downloaded from"
5. Choose your brand,(Telefunken), from the drop-down menu
6. Choose the #26 code in the list. This is the 0702 TV code.
7. Finish the "wizard" and you will see your device on the wheel.

I cannot vouch for the information you received abut the code and the
Cannon, but the code should be in there now so you can try it

I tried this but still no luck. I'll continue to experiment...

Thu May 13 17:49:22 PDT 2004

I picked up the One for All remote (model URC-3021B00) for $6 Wal-Mart. I set the TV code to "0702" but still no luck with my Canon 300D . What am I missing?

Fri May 14 17:23:44 PDT 2004

I was trying all of the codes in Nevo for the Telefunkin, somewhere around 10 or 11, the camera focused and fired. I tried all of the buttons several times, but it never happened again. Very curious.

Sat May 15 09:49:31 PDT 2004

After working with Nevo support (who were awsome), I can now emulate the Canon RC5 remote with my iPAQ and control the shutter on my Canon Digital Rebel. You will need a device file from (which won't be there for a few months). In the mean time, Chieh agreed to post the file and instructions on this site. Please stay tuned...

Mon May 31 20:22:52 PDT 2004

Thanks, Nick, for the files and the instructions. I have posted them here for everyone's benefit.

Chieh Cheng
Tue Jun 1 13:37:08 PDT 2004

Looking for a code for RCA Dishnetwork Remote (mod# RCR500). I tried the MGA and Telefunken codes to no avail. Anyone else out there having any luck with this remote? I'd rather buy the RC5 than shell out money for another U-remote!

Sun Jul 11 21:12:02 PDT 2004

Does anybody has tried RCA Universal Remote (MOD# RCU300T) with Digital Rebel (300D)? It hasn't Telefunken codes and MGA codes didn't work.

Mon Aug 2 16:35:01 PDT 2004

Has anyone got a Canon G or S series to work with a universal remote? (e.g. Canon G5 or S60) ?

[They use the WL-DC100 remote]


Fri Aug 6 07:49:22 PDT 2004

I have a (One for All) trying to program to use with a MITSU. MGA TV. Anyone have any info on what three digit code to use?? I have tried most of the codes found on the internet and none seem to work!

Sun Aug 8 11:10:58 PDT 2004

Hi all,

I can't believe I managed to simulate the RC-1 on an old OFA5 (UK if it helps). I entered the TV magic code 012. This could correspond to some Philips, Phonola, Erres,Aristona and Ansonic TVs. If you have one of these OFA5s then after entering the code, press and hold the TV on/off button until you are ready for the instant shot or quick press/release to get the 2 second timer.

Good Luck,


Wed Aug 25 04:55:56 PDT 2004

Hi all,

Sorry to harp on. The previous message was partly true. It will operate the remote function but it is not very controllable (sometimes shoots immediately, sometimes times 2s). If I was to use this remote OFA5, I would use the VCR code 320 as rewind and FF give reliable 2s timer operation. Also, the scan button conveniently gives repeated 2s shots until pressed again, if that sort of thing tickles you, as it were. The "volume down" on many Japanese VCR codes esp. Ferguson reliably trigger it but unreliably time/instant shoot.



Wed Aug 25 07:45:10 PDT 2004

I stumbled upon this discussion thread by accident and was very intrigued. I own a Digital Rebel (300D), have been around cameras, electronics and computers my whole life and it never occurred to me that any IR remote (properly programmed) could operate my camera!
I received 12, X-10 UR41A series, palm-sized, remote controllers free when I purchased the wireless alarm system for my home, so I gave it a try.
Low and Behold it Worked! I went through the entire series of numbers for ?MGA? products without success. Then I simply used the code first mentioned (132) and now the P+ (Channel up button) causes the shutter to release.
This remote is VERY small, not much bigger than the RC-5 and is meant for basic control functions, Vol+, VOL-, P+, P-, Mute and Power. It also has a bottle opener and wine opener. The only odd thing is what is noted by others that it sometimes triggers after 2 secs and sometimes right away.
Thanks for this info!

Tue Oct 5 10:22:40 PDT 2004

Bill says that code 132 on a X10 UR41A remote works but we have no way to tell what actual product that corresponds to. Actually I found a mapping for this remote and this code is one of the ones for a Wards. Never heard of that brand. I will test it as soon as I get home.

Robin Young
Tue Oct 26 23:51:07 PDT 2004

I have a Philips Universal remote PM335 and have been through all the MGA codes with no luck. Anyone tried this remote?

Jeremy Smith
Sat Nov 20 13:34:29 PST 2004

"Just tried it happen to have the same remote it works with my elan 7e and my drebel thanks for the info"

Wed Nov 24 12:34:08 PST 2004

A couple years ago I built a wireless remote control for my Rebel 2000. It is based off a $10 Zenith wireless doorbell and a 556 integrated circuit to clean-up the door bell signal into something that the camera can use. I fitted my circuit board into the existing doorbell box by removing the speaker and C-sized batteries and using AAA batteries instead.

When I press the doorbell transmitter the autofocus activates, it waits about a 1/2 second then fires the shutter.

I've always ment make a web page with the circuit diagram and photos of it.

There is one bug it it. If I set the camera on anything except "dummy mode" (green box) In will get multiple pictures because the shutter signal stays high during the entire time that the door bell is "ringing" the bell. This could be fixed by adding another 556 chip or perhaps better engineering using the existing components.

I am a software developer who's knowledge of electronics comes from classes I took in highschool over 25 years ago.

Paul Carpenter
Wed Dec 15 07:44:24 PST 2004

Hi mates,

I launched a little database were you can find and add universal remote controls with code and information how it works as RC-1 or RC-5...

Hope you'll add some more RCs ;)

The first 18 were entered by me. Now it's your turn...

Have a look to:


Tue Mar 1 00:00:04 PST 2005

OK, this is interesting. I found an old GE universal remote...and a page of likely codes. Now for the dumb question(s)...
TV or VCR?
How do i program in the codes...told you it was a dumb question! I have a setup button, an enter button, the item buttons (tv, aux, vcr, cab) and of course he numerics, etc.
setup-TV-code and then ?? nothing, setup, or TV last or??
Manual...yeah, like i have that!

chris p
Fri Mar 11 23:16:34 PST 2005

hei...i'd like to put the code of the canon rc-5 in my irremote program (in my nokia6600).....but i need code.....where can i take 'em????
please write me....thank you!


Mon Mar 28 08:05:43 PST 2005

Anyone got a SonyEricsson phone wotking as a remote for Digital Rebel?
That would be nice, since I always carry the phone around...

Sun May 22 05:06:11 PDT 2005

Hi everybody I found the way to use my IPAQ with a Digital Rebel. You have to unzip the file (that contains a CCF file) ( and use it with a Remote control soft for Ipaq like "TV remote controller 5.5" (

Attached File:

Thu, 14 Jul 2005 08:15:57 -0700

I am using a GE Universal, with num keypad and with code VCR 320 my D300 (Rebel) shots with the volume buttons. Thanks for all that posted and helped.

Tue, 9 Aug 2005 07:20:13 -0700


Thu, 25 Aug 2005 04:36:05 -0700

what is the code number?still waitingfor a reply

Mon, 29 Aug 2005 02:05:43 -0700

Can someone find the code for canon eos 300d and oneforall remote (urc 7560)?

Mon, 17 Oct 2005 04:45:08 -0700

I tried and succeeded(at least partially) in triggering my Canon EOS Rebel with the remote that came with Panasonic TV. I did it by the "search" method prescibed in the TV's manual. Some of you all are writing because of the cameras failure to shoot after trying codes that were successful by others. I would suggest that you make sure the camera is in "remote" mode. As for my partial success, the camera doesn't fire every time and sometimes freezes up the camera. I think I'll try one of the other remotes used in this forum and I'll let you all know.

Tue, 25 Oct 2005 18:03:28 -0700

>Let us know if you have gotten other remotes and cameras to work. Thanks.

here is a list with the code for 40 universal remotes.

juan ferrer
Sat, 21 Jan 2006 15:14:04 -0800

RCA Remote: Tried Marantz VCR codes, and codes 44, 46 seem to somewhat work. FF/Play/RR kind-of work.
Play = shoot now
FF = 2 sec

But, it only works sometimes. (i.e. maybe one out of every 2 to 6 presses)

Sat, 28 Jan 2006 12:11:46 -0800

Mwahah i took an xbox 360 universal remote and programmed it to a CD PLAYER. I dare someone to figure out how i came to achieve this...

Bubble Bobble
Sat, 27 May 2006 07:13:58 -0700

For Nevo working as a RC-1 (Or working for the Canon EOS Elan II at least)

--> New Device
--> VCR
--> Enter Device Code
--> 0024
--> Test with the power button

Sang Nguyen
Fri, 30 Jun 2006 18:56:29 -0700

Sony RM-V60 remote triggered the camera at VCR 01 code. Use the channel up button to trigger the flash.

In bulb mode Ch up button opens the shutter and CH down closes.


Jalebi rasmalai
Tue, 04 Jul 2006 19:25:46 -0700

Oops I mean Camera not flash in the comment above....

Jalebi rasmalai
Tue, 04 Jul 2006 19:27:12 -0700

Which camera, Jalebi? Was it a Canon camera?

Chieh Cheng
Wed, 05 Jul 2006 10:16:11 -0700

I have a Xiron Universal Remote 8-in-1 Art no: 1725209. (Cost 2,99 euros)

I don't have a Canon EOS D but in the list of devices it mentions a Telefunken TV with code 132. Maybe that's the code you need.

For nikon users, the Xiron has a working code 028 (from Sony). which i tested and it works!

Thu, 06 Jul 2006 03:23:48 -0700

Has anyone figured out to program a Canon Rebel XT with a Logitech Harmony 880 remote?


Sat, 08 Jul 2006 17:09:23 -0700

I have a fenito universal remote controller and a eos 300d;
for me it works with ECHOSTAR sat receiver (code 409) pressing a number button; sometimes instant shot sometimes with timer.

Sat, 12 Aug 2006 05:41:51 -0700

I've tried all the MGA, Mitsubishi, Marentz, and Telefunkin codes and to no avail I cannot get my Rebel XT to fire. Does anyone have any other thoughts? I have an "all-in-one" remote that requires 4 digit codes. I've even tried running through the 'guess' it programming it and that didn't work either. Any thoughts would be great.

Wed, 13 Sep 2006 08:41:10 -0700

Tried everything on a TIHAO-E10in1 remote. (€2,40)
Tried it on a couple others as wel (€0,68)
Nothing on my EOS350D (remote activated)

Perhaps i should make me a remote cable instead. :)

Fri, 15 Sep 2006 11:19:29 -0700

300d/DRebel SUCCESS with Small Cheapy Three Device RCA Remote RCU403 using MGA VCR code 029. Play And REW seemed to work 9 out of 10 times but switched at random between Shutter and 2 Second Delay but since my cam is set to mirror lock (UnDutchables Hack) i end up with a delay either way. Other shuttle keys worked not as often but results were same; random between Instant and 2 Second Delay.

Thu, 21 Sep 2006 13:14:10 -0700

am trying to remote fire my elan 2e from fifteen to twenty five feet. any suggestins on which unit from canon to use and which tv remote to use plus setting. am 73 and not into electronics so please be easy on information.thank you.
dick bryant

dick bryant
Tue, 31 Oct 2006 08:35:04 -0800

Works with Philips RU720 on EOS 350D (Rebel XT) with ECHOSTAR sat code (not sure about the correct code). Press 8 to take a photo.

Tue, 12 Dec 2006 14:30:29 -0800

Hi, this discussion is very intresting, but i can't do it.
I have Canon 350D and Ipaq RX1950.
I try installing NEVO but it can run
I try installing TV remotecontroller 5.7 and it didn't run
Can Anybody explain step by step what i can do un my ipaq and on my Canon350 please??
Thanks a lot, all the istruction on camerahacker is very Cool

Thu, 28 Dec 2006 03:38:21 -0800

Hi Guys,

I am trying to use Sony RM-816 remote control to remote fire my canon 350d, could someone help me out ?


Tue, 09 Jan 2007 02:25:13 -0800

trying to set up my XT for universal remote control. i have following remotes available so if anyone has any ideas please let me know:

RCA RCU800, sony rm-y135a, Starlight sl-7000s and toshiba ct-9951.

mga/mitsubishi codes on rca does not work


Thu, 25 Jan 2007 07:23:08 -0800

I have a philips sbc ru 440 III universal remote, i've tried echostar, marantz, telefunken... lots of codes, different keys, automatic scan... it doesn't work on my canon digital rebel XTi

Tue, 30 Jan 2007 07:56:08 -0800

Used a total control remote set to code 0894 which is for the Echostar sat reciever works fine on my 350d

Ian Allen
Mon, 12 Mar 2007 11:57:53 -0800

With my Canon 400D (Rebel XTi) and an OFA6 Remote (URC 7560) it works with Echostar Sat receiver, code: 0871 with any number key.

Wed, 09 May 2007 12:34:31 -0700

I cant seem to get this to work with my Rebel XT and Wal mart Onefourall remote (URC-6131). anyone have any success with this? iv been playing with it for over an hour!

Tue, 12 Jun 2007 21:14:11 -0700

With a RCR3273 (RCA cheapest at Best Buy), I tried all keys for all VCR codes. I have Rebel XT. I am not interested to have the good code without doing nothing. But if someone could explain how to do the search in a more efficient way. How did you find your codes? How long did you spend? And I want to be sure. The "remote mode", this is the same than delayed shooting (the icon with a little clock)?

Fri, 27 Jul 2007 01:00:34 +0000

I have EOS 350D (Rebel XT) which i use with URC22D-4D remote controller. Only working code so far is 151 for Echosat satellite receiver, which fires on buttons 2, 4, 6, 8 and channel up. No 2 sec delay there.

I've been browsing thru different codes for about an hour now and i continue to do so until i find 2 sec delay. None of the other decives mentioned here have worked.

And for Valentin; yes, icon with little clock is the one to have when trying to RC your camera. It also has a pic or remote controller shooting it's IR rays ;)

Thu, 02 Aug 2007 15:05:06 +0000

simple 132 works with sony trinitron remote for canon digital rebel 300d. range seems short (2 ft) - still better than nothing. using rechargeable batteries. will try new non rechargeables and see if that's better

Thu, 23 Aug 2007 13:06:21 +0000


I have Sony TV What`s the code for Tihao-E10in1?

Can anyone send me the code via e-mail thanks!

Fri, 14 Sep 2007 19:01:11 +0000

I can not setup my 400d(canon xti) with a zenith ZN735W universal remote control.
Can anyone give me some help?

Gang of one
Fri, 21 Sep 2007 08:12:16 +0000

With URC22D-4A working as well with sat code 151.
How to set code? Press SET+SAT, give code and press power button! 2,4,6,8 and play buttons fires my EOS 400D.

Mon, 22 Oct 2007 18:05:26 +0000

Here is a design for a home-made wireless remote
Create your own wireless remote for Canon Rebel Camera

paul carpenter
Wed, 14 Nov 2007 21:06:38 +0000

I have an GE Universal remote (24921). Can't seem o get my Rebel XTI 400D to work... Can anyone help, please?

Mon, 28 Jan 2008 00:12:58 +0000

Anyone have any updates on this?

Just got my XTi and I cannot get ANY codes to work?

Wed, 27 Feb 2008 01:11:27 +0000

I am also trying the GE 24921 remote right now....but no luck yet...

Will book mark this page and come back if I find one that works.

Fri, 08 Aug 2008 19:08:42 +0000

Telfunken-Code works fine on a german IR-Remote for Canon 450d.

Wed, 07 Jan 2009 00:22:54 +0000

I have tried with all the codes telefunken and they do not work in two universal controls, any information, thanks

Fri, 14 Aug 2009 14:51:43 +0000

The 151 code for Echosat satellite receiver, which fires on buttons 2, 4, 6, 8 and channel up. No 2 sec delay though also works with the canon 450d using a universal 8 in 1 remote.

Sun, 16 Aug 2009 21:17:38 +0000

Hi all!
After reading this, I decided to try it for myself, on my Canon 500D. I have a PDA with remote control software installed. It's a HP rx3715 and the software is from Nevo. I tried it with the definitions set for "satellite", brand "Echostar" (not "Echosat" as described in other posts!!!) and the code "13". It works fine with these settings, but I haven't tried that much (just made the discovery right now!). Anyway, just to let you know; maybe it will be usefull for someone.
Greatings from Portugal!

Jos� F.
Sun, 03 Jan 2010 21:54:10 +0000

Hi everybody,

I am able to do 2 second delay shooting on a Canon 5D Mark II. This was done using a General Electric ( GE 24993 ) Infrared Remote.
The subsidiary which makes this IR remote is named Jasco.

Many (or most) of the buttons will fire the shutter but only with a 2 second delay. I have not accomplished a non-delayed trigger
of the shutter yet.

The code used is 0612 for the Echostar Satellite Receiver.

IMPORTANT: You must put the camera in a self timer mode by using the "Drive" setting. As mentioned in a post above, this
drive setting icon has a little clock face beside some horizontal lines which indicate "infrared rays" being shot from the remote.
On the 5D Mark II, there are two of these modes. One for a 2 second delay and another for a 10 second delay. Either one worked
for me.

IMPORTANT: Make sure the camera has not fallen asleep while you are attempting to trigger it. If it has, depress the cameras
manual shutter release half way down to wake it up!

IMPORTANT: Make sure auto focus and any other feature which might prevent the camera from firing are TURNED OFF! Use the
manual mode to force the camera to fire regardless of light. This is only necessary while you experiment with the camera and
remote to obtain the correct code.

IMPORTANT: There is only one Infrared eye (sensor) on the 5D Mark II. It is the little circle above the red self timer indicator light
on the front of the camera body. You might need to aim the remote directly at this sensor with no obstructions. I own Canon's
RC-1 Infrared shutter release and it usually won't work with any obstructions. It needs a very direct line of sight. I'm sorry I
bought it. It's only just a little bit better than nothing at all.

If anyone knows of other remote settings for the 5D and 5D Mark II, I would really appreciate the info. I've included URL's below.

Thanks & Good Luck!

Ashland, Oregon USA


This is the URL for the GE Universal IR Remote: . . .

This is the URL for this remotes codes and maybe all GE Universal IR Remotes: . . .

This is the URL for GE Universal Remote User Manuals. THE MODEL I USED (RM24993) IS NOT LISTED HERE.

Jasco Products Company
311 N.W. 122nd
Oklahoma City, OK 73114


Sat, 16 Jan 2010 20:30:55 +0000

SUCCESS with 300D Digital Rebel and UEI Atlas DVR/PVR . . .
This was for a TWC cable box.

Turn on your camera.
On the remote control, press TV once; it blinks once. Then press and hold SET UP until the TV key blinks twice.
ENTER 9-9-1. The TV key blinks twice.
Aim the remote control at the camera and press PWR once.
Press CH+ a number of times and stop when the cam fires.
Press SETUP once to lock in the code. The TV key will blink twice.

The ch+ button at the bottom will fire shutter (or in bulb press once each to open/close).
The ch- seems to give the 2 second delay.
The move button fired immediately, but then gave 2 sec delay next.

Anyway, I don't know the code#, I ran through ~20 codes in seach mode.

There is according to the Canon manual pg45 a 5-10 sec delay between shots.

Ray Schumacher
Sun, 31 Jan 2010 00:51:13 +0000

Hi all! 0580

I tried some code and finaly found one! 8D
I have an Canon 350D DSLR camera, w/ 1.0.3 firmware,
and a Medion MD83388 URC.

So, the code is: ---= 0580 =---
- [ch+],[2],[4],[6],[8],[txt][yellow] button will fire the shutter.

I found that here:
Medion - diverse - DSAT - 580

germol (from Hungary)

germol 0580
Thu, 04 Feb 2010 07:44:00 +0000

General Electric ( GE 24993 ) Infrared Remote works fine with Canon EOS 7D too. The code used is 0612 for the Echostar Satellite Receiver. 2 seconds delay only.

Read Ennis post for more details.

Mon, 22 Feb 2010 17:11:32 +0000

I have a Canon EOS600D (Rebel T3i)

I was able to get the Harmony 880 Universal Remote control to allow me to trigger the shutter,
Selecting from the Harmony Software: Television -> TV -> Telefunken and searching for 0702 and accepting the default returned result.

To take a photo, I had to use the "Input Tuner" hotkey.

Hope that helps somebody else.

Mark Eldridge
Fri, 02 Dec 2011 03:08:34 +0000

Ok wanted to tell you all that I used an old Zenith MBC 4420 Universal remote and programed it to Mitsubishi's VCR with code 222 and got my EOS Elan IIe to work. Several buttons perform the same functions so you would have to learn yours. on mine the TV/VCR-Source activates auto focus and then releases the shutter. Button number 9 activates the 2 second timer. Keep playing with it and remember what button does what.

Roberto Santiago
Mon, 13 Feb 2012 12:31:11 +0300

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