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Hi I currently purchased a LGCX and I was fiddling with the magic remote settings was having issues with my remote in relations to my xbox series x and decided to delete the xbox universal remote settings and repair it in the hopes it would solve my issues,  unfortunately game console doesn’t appear under the universal remote settings menu, I  did a search online but can’ t seem to find how to re pair my remote, I did stumble across a video that mentions how to pair it with the device connector app but that app does not appear under my menus or in the available downloads area, so  my question is was the app removed or renamed and where can I get it, and how do I reconnect my universal remote to my xbox. 

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