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Back lighting for RMC-QTD1 (QWERTY) Remote

by dwygrsshpr / December 5, 2011 2:03 AM PST

Is it possible to set the delay for the backlighting of the Samsung QWERTY remote to be a little longer? No sooner do I hit the light button, start to scan the remote for the keys I need and the light goes out.

If not, when Samsung gets around to understanding that the QWERTY side needs a backlight too, maybe they'll address it then.

At least the free iPhone app works well....


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