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Four Color Remote Buttons


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I would like to know the four buttons of the remote and still haven't used them .

I pressed every one of them but nothing happened.

If only we have the option to configure these hot buttons for the settings or configurations we like

For eg.

Red color : would only turn screen off not the audio playback.

Green color: change aspect ratio of playing video (Smart share).

Yellow color: 3D settings

Blue color : Favorites Channel.

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