Verizon Fios remote TV codes and how to program

Here's how you can program your remote using these codes!

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Were you scouring the internet and looking for the answer to what the Verizon Fios remote TV codes are? If you said yes, you’ve come to the right place.

Verizon offers many services, such as high-speed, cell phone deals, and more. So, if you’re a new customer of Verizon and you find yourself with a Verizon or Fios remote and can’t figure out how to program it, we have just the thing for you.

We’ve put together an in-depth guide that features a complete list of Verizon Fios remote TV codes and also explains the process of programming different universal remotes using them. So, let’s get right to it, shall we?

Quick Answer

Turn on your TV > press and hold the OK and Fios TV button on the Verizon remote at the same time > press the Play/Pause button > test the remote.

Verizon remote codes list

Here’s a complete list of Verizon Fios remote TV codes that you can use to program your universal remote.

4-digit Verizon remote codes

BrandsCodes
Abex3026
Admiral 0120, 0490, 3001, 3027
Advent 0788, 0810, 0842, 0844, 0869
Adventura v3028
Aiko 0119, 3009
Aiwa 3195
Akai 0057, 0087, 0699, 0729, 0839, 3002, 3182, 3219
Albatron 0727, 0870
Alleron 3013
America Action 0207
Anam National 3003, 3012
AOC 0057, 0205, 3004, 3005
Apex 3041, 3117, 3189
Apex Digital 0183, 0775, 0792, 0794, 0906, 3183
Audiovox 0119, 0207, 0478, 0650, 0829, 0902, 3012
Aventura 0198
Avera 0345
Belcor 0205
Bell & Howell 0181, 3001, 3015
BenQ 1059
Bradford 0207, 3012
Brillian 3227, 3228, 3230
Brockwood 0205
Broksonic 0207, 0263, 0490, 3182, 3204
Candle 0057, 0205, 3005, 3006, 3028
Carnivale 0057
Carver 0081
Celebrity 0027, 3002
Celera 0792
Centurion 3007
Changhong 0792
Citizen 0057, 0087, 0119, 0205, 3005, 3006, 3009, 3012
Clarion 0207
Colortyme 0205, 3005
Colt 3199
Commercial Solutions 0074, 1474
Concerto 0205, 3005
Contec 0207
Craig 0207, 3012
Crosley 0081
CXC 0207, 3012
Daewoo 0119, 0205, 0478, 0650, 0688, 0699, 1688
Daytron 0205, 3005, 3025
Dell 1107, 1205
Denon 0172
Durabrand 0198, 0205, 0207, 0490, 1061
Dynex 0490
Electroband 0027, 3002
Element 3264
Emerson 0181, 0198, 0205, 0207, 0263, 0490, 0650, 3005
Envision 0057, 0205, 0840, 3005
Epson 0860, 0867, 3144
ESA 0198, 0839
Fisher 0181, 3014, 3015
Fujitsu 0710, 0836, 0880, 3013, 3159, 3160, 3162, 3163
Funai 0198, 0207, 3012, 3013, 3198
Futuretech 0207, 3012
Gateway 1782, 1783
GE 0074, 0078, 0205, 0478, 1174, 1374, 1474, 3000, 3003
Gibralter 0044, 0057, 0205, 3024
Go Video 0913
GoldStar 0057, 0205, 3004, 3005, 3008, 3025, 3026, 3202
Grunpy 0207, 3012, 3013
Haier 1061
Harman Kardon 0081
Hisense 0775
Hitachi 0172, 0205, 1172, 3005, 3008, 3039, 3044, 3180, 3198
HP 3253, 3254
Hyundai 0876
IMA 3012
Infinity 0081, 3018
InFocus 3255, 3256, 3257
Insignia 0198, 0490
Inteq 0044
Janeil 3028
JBL 0081, 3018
Jensen0205, 0788, 0842, 0844, 3005
JVC 0080, 0758, 1280, 3008, 3017, 3019, 3070, 3096, 3097, 3101
Kawasho 0205, 3002, 3005
KEC 0207
Kenwood 0057, 0205, 3005
KLH 0792, 0794
Kloss Novabeam 3012, 3028
Konka 3032, 3238, 3239, 3240, 3241, 3242, 3243, 3244
KTV 0057, 0207, 3012, 3025
LG 0205, 0727, 0883, 1205, 1292, 3004, 3145
Lloyd’s 3198
Logik 3001
Luxman 0205, 3005
LXI 0074, 0081, 0181, 0183, 0205, 3000, 3005, 3015, 3018
Magnasonic 3203
Magnavox 0057, 0081, 0205, 0733, 0829, 1281, 1481, 3005, 3006, 3018
Marantz 0057, 0081, 0205, 0731, 0882, 1181, 3005, 3018
Matsushita 0277, 0677
Memorex 0177, 0181, 0205, 0490, 3001, 3004, 3005, 3015, 3105
MGA 0057, 0177, 0205, 3004, 3005, 3200
Midland 0044, 0074, 0078, 3017, 3024, 3025, 3026
Minutz 3016
Mitsubishi 0120, 0177, 0205, 0863, 0895, 1277, 3004, 3005, 3075, 3091
Monivision 0727, 0870
Motorola 0120, 3003, 3027
MTC 0057, 0087, 0205, 3004, 3005, 3022
Multitech 0207, 3012
Multivision 3020
NAD 0183, 0205, 0893, 3005, 3029
NEC 0057, 0205, 0524, 0909, 1731, 3003, 3004, 3005
NetTV 1782
Nikko 0057, 0119, 0205, 3005, 3009
Norcent 0775, 0851
NTC 0119, 3009
Olevia 3131, 3226, 3231, 3232, 3233
Onwa 0207, 3012
Optimus 0181, 0193, 0277, 0677, 3029, 3197
Optoma 0914
Optonica 0120, 3021, 3027
Orion 0263, 0490, 1490, 3011, 3031, 3090, 3204
Panasonic 0078, 0277, 0677, 1437, 3003, 3017, 3018
Panavision 3216
Philips 0081, 0205, 0717, 1181, 1481, 3003, 3006, 3008, 3018
Philips Magnavox 3040, 3046, 3047, 3067, 3071, 3085, 3095, 3102
Pilot 0057, 0205, 3025
Pioneer 0193, 0205, 0706, 0893, 3005, 3029, 3108, 3115, 3157, 3165
Polaroid 0792, 0892, 3140, 3264
Proscan 0074, 1374, 1474, 3000, 3124
Proton 0205, 0493, 3005, 3008
RCA 0074, 0117, 0205, 0706, 1074, 1174, 1274, 1374, 1474, 1574
Runco 0044, 0057, 0524, 0630, 3024
Sampo 0057, 0205, 1782, 3005, 3025, 3026
Sansui 0490, 3031, 3048, 3090, 3182, 3198, 3204
Sanyo 0181, 0205, 0826, 0920, 3014, 3015, 3200
Sceptre 0027, 1127
Scotch 0205, 3005
Scott 0205, 0207, 0263, 3005, 3008, 3011, 3012, 3013, 3251
Sharp 0120, 0205, 0518, 0715, 0716, 0878, 3005, 3008, 3021
Sheng Chia 0120
Sony 0027, 0861, 1127, 3002, 3050, 3054, 3069, 3077, 3103
Soundesign 0205, 0207, 3005, 3006, 3012, 3013
Squareview 0198, 3030
Starlite 0207, 3012
Studio Experience 0870
Superscan 0120, 0891, 3218
Supreme 0027, 3002
Sylvania 0057, 0081, 0198, 0205, 3005, 3006, 3018, 3042
Symphonic 0198, 0207, 3010, 3012, 3030, 3064, 3198
Syntax 3131, 3231, 3232, 3233
Teknika 0081, 0087, 0119, 0177, 0205, 0207, 3001, 3004, 3005
Telecaption 3023
Telefunken 0729
Toshiba 0087, 0181, 0183, 0677, 0859, 0872, 1172, 1183, 1283
Viewsonic 0081, 0884, 0891, 0912, 1782, 3141, 3154
Viking 3028
Viore 3252
Vizio 0891, 0912, 1292, 1783, 3145
Westinghouse 0027, 0478, 0912, 0916
White Westinghouse 0490, 0650
Yamaha 0057, 0205, 0796, 0860, 0866, 3004, 3005
Zenith 0044, 0119, 0205, 0490, 1292, 3001, 3024, 3033, 3035

3-digit codes for Verizon P265 and P283 Fios remotes

BrandsCodes
Acer004
Admiral005
Advent006
Akai011
AOC026
Apex027
Apex Digital 028
Baur039
Bell & Howell041
Benq042
Beon043
BPL047
Canon056
Carena057
Celera064
Changhong066
Citizen067
Colt072
Daewoo086
Dansai087
Dell091
Disney097
Dumont100
Elki105
Electroband107
Emerson113
Envision114
Epson115
Fidelity121
Firstline123
Fujitsu127
Funai128
Galaxis130
Gibralter136
Goldstar139
GPX141
Grundig144
Haier146
Hannspree148
Harley Davidson152
Hewlett Packard160
Hisense163
Hitachi164
Hypson168
Hyundai169
Imperial174
Insignia180
Isukai185
JBL189
JC Penny190
Jensen192
Kaisui194
KEC197
Kenwood199
Kloss Novabeam201
Korpel205
Leyco209
LG210
Logik215
Lumatron217
Magnavox222
Manesth225
Marantz226
Matsui228
Matsushita229
M-Electronic235
Mitsubishi243
Monivision244
Motorola246
NEC251
NEI253
Nikkai257
Nikko258
Okano264
Onwa266
Oppo268
Orion273
Otta Versand276
Panasonic279
Panavision280
Perdio282
Philips285
Philips Magnavox286
Pioneer290
Planar291
Polaroid294
Prism299
Proton304
Pulsar309
Quasar312
Quelle313
Radio Shack315
Radiola317
RCA321
Redstar324
Rosen328
Samsung331
Sansui332
Sanyo333
Schneider336
Scott338
Sharp342
Sony352
SOYO355
SunBriteTV362
Supreme369
Sylvania371
Symphonic372
Tandy375
Tatung376
Techview379
Telesonic387
Tensai390
Thorn393
Toshiba397
Ultravox404
Universal406
V Inc.409
Vestel412
Viewsonic418
Vision422
Vizio424
Waltham427
Watson429
Wega431
Westinghouse433
White Westinghouse434
Xrypton435
Yamaha436
Yamishi437
Yokan438
Yoko439
Zenith440

For more remote codes, you can visit the official website of Verizon.

How to program your Verizon and Fios remote

Programming a Verizon Fios remote is easy, regardless of which one you have. However, we’ve covered how to program all of them using the Verizon Fios remote TV codes so as not to leave anyone behind.

Programming a Fios TV Voice remote

Step

1

Turn on your TV

Power up your TV by connecting it to a working power outlet and pressing the power button.

Step

2

Initiate the setup process

Aim the remote directly at the TV you want to pair it with. After that, locate the “Play” or “Pause” and the “Voice” buttons on the remote and hold them down at the same time. In some cases, you may need to press the “0” button instead of the voice button.

Play Pause button on FiOS TV voice remote

The LED on the remote should start flashing after a couple of seconds; when it does, release the buttons. 

Step

3

Check to see if the programming works

The flashing light indicates that the remote is being programmed. When it stops, the remote should be done with the process and can used normally. Try controlling different features of the TV to see whether it works.

Programming a Fios TV+ remote

Step

1

Unpair any other remote

Programming your Fios TV+ remote is very simple. First, you need to unpair the previous remote or any other remote you might’ve connected.

Here’s how you can do that: 

  • Hold the button on the top of your Fios TV+ for approximately 15 seconds.
  • You should see a menu pop up on the display.
  • Use the buttons on the device and select the “Unpair remote” option.
  • When you do that, hold down the button for around 3 seconds. 

Step

2

Pair the new remote

Once the unpairing process is completed, you should see a message on the screen asking you to pair the new remote.

Programming a Verizon P265 remote

Step

1

Initiate the setup process

Look for your remote’s “OK” and “FiOS TV” buttons. Press them together and hold them until the remote’s LED blinks and remains static.

OK and FIOS TV button on Verizon P265 remote

Step

2

Shuffle through the remote codes

Find your remote’s “Play/Pause” button and press it once.

Play Pause button on Verizon P265 remote

If the TV turns off, you’ve found the right code. However, if it doesn’t, continue pressing the button until it does. 

Step

3

Check if the programming worked

Try turning the TV on by pressing the “Power” button. If it turns on, press the “OK” button to finalize the programming process. If it doesn’t turn on, keep pressing the “Channel Down” button and press “OK” when the TV turns on.

Programming a Verizon P283 Big Button remote

Step

1

Turn on the devices

Power up your TV and the Fios device.

Step

2

Enter the remote code

Look for the 3-digit code from the table above corresponding to your TV. After that, hold down the “OK” and “0” buttons simultaneously until the LED on the remote blinks and remains static.

OK and 0 button on remote

Input the code using the number pad and press the “Channel Down” button once.

Channel down button on P283 remote

This should turn off the TV. If it doesn’t, keep pressing it till the TV turns off. Once the TV is off, let go of the “Play/Pause” button.

Step

3

Check if the remote has been programmed correctly

Try turning on the TV using the “Power” button on the remote. If it turns on, the remote is programmed successfully. 

Programming a Philips RC1445302 remote

Step

1

Power up the devices

Power up your TV and the Fios device.

Step

2

Initiate the setup process

Locate the “TV” button on your universal remote and hold it down. At the same time, press the “OK” button. Let go of both buttons, and the LED on the remote should blink twice and stay static.

Step

3

Enter the remote code

Look for the 3-digit code for your TV from the Verizon Fios remote TV codes list above and enter it using the number buttons on the remote. After you’ve entered the code, the red LED on the remote should blink three times – indicating that the code has been accepted.

Step

4

Try controlling the TV with the remote

Try turning off the TV by pressing the “Power” button on the remote. The TV should turn off if the remote is programmed properly and the code is correct. If it doesn’t, you’ll have to repeat this process and enter a different code.

Programming a Motorola 800 remote

Step

1

Power up the devices

Power up your TV and the Fios box.

Step

2

Initiate the setup process

Find the “TV” button on the universal remote and hold it for 6 seconds. The lights on the remote should light up, but the light for the TV button should stay static. 

After that, press the “Power” button on the remote, which should result in the device’s LED blinking three times.

Step

3

Finalize the process

To complete the programming process, press the “UP” button once to see if the TV turns off. If it doesn’t, keep pressing it until it does. Then, press the “OK” button to save the code.

How do I make my Fios remote light up?

The Fios remote comes with a built-in light that lights up when the sensor on the back detects motion. If your Fior remote isn’t lighting up, it could mean that the sensor needs to be cleaned. Wipe it with a clean cloth and see if it lights up. If it doesn’t, there is some other issue with it, and you might need to get the sensor or remote repaired or replaced. So, contacting Verizon support is the way to go.

Conclusion

To sum it up, regardless of the type of universal remote you have, be it a Verizon or Fios – it can be programmed to work with your TV in a matter of minutes. However, there is a chance that your universal remote doesn’t work. In that case, there are a couple of fixes that you can try. First, check if the battery has any juice left and whether there is any corrosion on the connection points. If all that is clear, you can try factory resetting it to eliminate any issues caused by software bugs. That said, if the remote is still unresponsive, some internal component is damaged or become loose, meaning you’ll have to get it repaired or replaced.

In case you’re having trouble programming your Verizon Fios remote, you can get in touch with Verizon support for assistance.

Ussamah works as a content writer and editor at BGFG. He is experienced in tech, hardware, gaming, and marketing.