Our How To Clone / Copy / Duplicate Garage Door Remote Control simple instruction manual is provided by SolidRemote Technologies Co., Ltd. as a free document to the public.
PREREQUISITE: The cloning instructions below are written using Solidremote Universal RF Remote Control Duplicator / Self-Learning Copy Remote to ensure successful copying of most garage door remote controls, the original garage door remote control should be either fixed-code or learning code model, rolling-code model is not supported, detailed prerequisites & cloning tips can be found at bottom of this page.
NOTE: Solidremote RF Remote Control recommended when using our self-learning Universal RF Remote Control Duplicator / Self-Learning Copy Remote. Although our Universal RF Remote Control Duplicator / Self-Learning Copy Remote should work on most standard RF Remote Controls out there in the market, please be aware that it may not work properly on some non-standard RF Remote Controls. Please consult us for detailed compatibility information.
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|Step||Keyfob Action||LED Status|
|1||Code Clear||Press and hold down buttons A and B on Copy Remote||LED flashes once then flashes quickly|
|2||Code Clone||Press and hold down corresponding buttons on Copy Remote and Original Remote||LED flashes quickly|
|Code Recovery||Press and hold down buttons C and D on Copy Remote||LED flashes twice or three times then flashes quickly|
NOTE: Code Recovery is not necessary unless you have cleared the code by accident and need to have the previous code restored.
Press and hold down buttons A and B on Copy Remote simultaneously, LED flashes once, after approximately 5 seconds, LED on Copy Remote flashes quickly, all the transmitter codes in the memory have now been erased.
After code clear, LED will flash once and remains off when pressing any button on Copy Remote.
Place your Original Remote next to Copy Remote. Press and hold down the button on Original Remote that you wish to program onto the corresponding button on Copy Remote, and then press and hold down the corresponding button on Copy Remote. Hold both buttons down until you see LED on Copy Remote flashes quickly. This should only take a few seconds, and then you have successfully duplicated the code from Original Remote.
Repeat the above code clone procedure for buttons B, C and D on Copy Remote if required.
After successfully learned, LED will turn on and remains on when any button on Copy Remote is pressed, and the button on Copy Remote will function the same as Original Remote, the clone procedure is now complete.
If you have cleared the code by accident, press and hold down buttons C and D on Copy Remote simultaneously, after approximately 5 seconds, LED on Copy Remote flashes twice or three times, then flashes quickly, all the transmitter codes in memory have now been recovered.
If you have followed exactly the above programming procedure, but the Copy Remote does not work with your garage door opener, there are basically two major factors to consider: Firstly, your existing remote control might not be fixed code type. Secondly, your existing remote control and Copy Remote must transmit signal on the same frequency. The frequency is factory preset to 315MHz which is the standard for radio remote control apparatus in USA and China. The frequency can be changed to anywhere between 240MHz and 960MHz if required.
The detailed prerequisites are listed below, if the above procedures don't run successfully, please check if all prerequisites are met.
The programming Tips & Tricks are listed below, which may help you in the copying procedure.
Cloning of Rolling-Code Model NOT Supported: Our Solidremote Universal RF Remote Control Duplicator can clone a vast majority of fixed-code RF remote controls, in which circumstance each time when the remote control button is pressed, the same code is encoded and transmitted. While when the RF remote control is equipped with Code Hopping or Rolling-Code Technology, it's not possible to clone because these type of remote controls transmit a different code each time the remote control button is pressed for better security.
TIPS: Fixed-code model is widely used in common remote control field such as Garage Door Openers, while Rolling-Code model is widely used in high security remote control field such as Car Security Systems, but today more and more latest Garage Door Openers model are equipped with Rolling-Code Technology, so contact us for compatibility information before placing an order.
ABBREVIATION: The above instructions use Copy Remote as abbreviation of Solidremote Universal RF Remote Control Duplicator and Original Remote as abbreviation of Original RF Remote Control to be duplicated.
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