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VooMote One - Universal Remote Control Compatible with iPhone 3GS/4G and iPod Touch 3rd/4th Generation by Zero1.tv


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Technical Details

  • Size (LWH): 9 inches, 6 inches, 2 inches
  • Weight: 7.2 ounces
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 2 inches ; 7.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0054YF0C0
  • Item model number: 01 - aaaa - 0001
  • Average Customer Review: 2.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
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Product Description

VooMote One turns your 3GS/4G and iPod touch 3rd Generation /4th Generation into a universal remote control. The VooMote One slides onto your iPhone with ease, while still allowing full control of the iPhone itself. Once the device is connected and the free app loaded, it instantly transforms your iPhone into a fully functional universal remote for your TVs, DVD players, stereo systems, consumer electronics and more, ultimately eliminating the need to have several remotes to control your consumer electronics. VooMote One finally provides you with a modern remote that doesn't require batteries or deplete the battery life of your iPhone.

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Customer Reviews

It almost seems like the infrared sensor is bad on my VooMote, but there are enough people with similar experiences that I don't think so.
Jacob & Kiki Hantla
The VooMote also snaps around your phone, and I couldn't be sure, but it seems like it puts a lateral stress on the iPhone connector when you install it.
Andy in Washington
If your device is not available, the VooMote can learn the codes of an existing remote and assign them to a generic device type controller.
esanta

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Andy in Washington TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 20, 2011
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The idea was nice-use my Iphone to control everything in the house from one touchscreen. Unfortunately, this product just isn't there.

The Good Stuff

1. It fits snuggly around my IPhone-no worries about it falling off.

2. The user interface has moments of brilliance. You can move buttons around, and put buttons from multiple devices on a single screen.

3. The devices are arranged by room, and you can customize the rooms and assign one of the included icons to it (stove, office chair, etc). The menus are then a hierarchy - room, device, individual control pages.

The Not-At-All Good Stuff

1. It adds about a 1/2 inch to the bottom of your iPhone, and makes it about half-again as thick. There is no way to attach this device if you have any sort of protective case or cover around your IPhone. The VooMote also snaps around your phone, and I couldn't be sure, but it seems like it puts a lateral stress on the iPhone connector when you install it.

2. When you add a television, the VooMote (VM from now on, I am sick of typing VooMote) comes back with a menu that lists every company on the planet that ever made or marketed a television-seems encouraging. However, there is no option to enter the model of your TV, or even a list of codes to enter much like every other universal remote I have owned. Instead you are prompted to point the VM at your TV and press the Volume+ key and see what happens. Unfortunately, nothing ever happened with any of the built-in options-all three of them. I own a 3 year old Sharp HDTV, and there was no preinstalled control option for it.

Which brings us to the "learn" mode. You now have to work through roughly 30 buttons for the average TV, teaching the VM each one of them.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mark VINE VOICE on October 27, 2011
Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
The XooMoteOne remote controller for Apple Devices has one distinguishing characteristic that is unique, both among remote controllers and, possibly, among all products: The XooMoteOne will actually make you angry.

Most products are mixed bags of good and bad, but the XooMoteOne is an exception: it is such junk that you could almost imagine someone with far too much money and far too much time on his hands having hundreds of them made in a factory somewhere and selling them with the sole idea of filming the amusing reactions of people foolish enough to buy it and putting them up on YouTube.

The Good:
Handling it doesn't raise blisters.

The Bad:
A collection of completely unnecessary parts to fit five different devices.

Complex, counterintuitive set-up.

A manual written in tiny, tiny print.

Knowing that for the price you paid for it, you could have bought a fleet of clickers that you didn't have to pry off of your iPhone or iPod Touch every time you wanted to take a phone call or found yourself in the mood for music.

The Ugly:
The heroic uselessness that pervades every aspect of the thing.

Sitting alone in your room with a receipt for it in your hand and quietly weeping.

The fact that genocidal dictators don't have ten of them.

A good, thorough review should convey true information in a way that is easy to absorb and should be, if possible, entertaining. Writing a good review of the XooMoteOne Universal remote is impossible because a full description of the XooMoteOne's innadequacies would require reams of paper and years of disciplined study. It is one of the worst products I've ever seen and I don't think anyone should buy one.
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2.5 out of 5 stars. At first I was a little concerned when I got the dreaded "This iPod accessory is not compatible with this iPod Touch" screen. My intentions was to use the VooMote One with my iPod Touch 4th Generation. I do own the iPhone 4G but that is my only means of communication with the world since I do not own a home phone, I don't want to be tying my phone up as a remote and at the same time trying to talk and text on it. After verifying I had the correct adapter in and taking it in and out a few more times, it finally connected and the setup menu came up. I was about to give up. I even went as far as going to the website to see if there was something I was doing wrong. It does take some effort to snap the iPod into the case, and it will NOT work without the adapter. If the setup screen does not come up right verify it is making a good connection and just keep trying I guess. Oh and have a magnifying glass available because the instructions are in miniature font. I have 20/20 vision and I still was squinting and having problems reading the instruction manual. The website has tutorial videos for you to follow.

The app installed and I was quickly on my way to setting up my new remote to control my television, converter box and blu ray player. It took less and a minute to do the converter box and blu ray player, but I was a little shocked to find that my the brand of our television not listed which is an LG. LG was listed for our blu ray player, but not for televisions. Maybe in the near future they will offer an update and have more models to choose from. Since our TV was not listed, I had to do something like a manual "learn" by lining up the television remote to the VooMote LED sensor and following a sequence of steps.
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