Congratulations on your new Samsung TV! This article is designed to serve as a basic how-to guide for your new Samsung TV. I will go over all the basics of using your TV in a few easy steps. I will cover the following topics: – Finding the Remote – Setting up your TV – Connecting your TV to WiFi – Tips and tricks
Finding the Remote
First thing you should do is open up the device’s Setup Menu and select “Settings.” Then go down the page until you see the name of the Remote (usually some combination of “Samsung Home” and “TV Remote”). If you have multiple remotes (especially those remote-controlled by Alexa or Google Assistant), make sure the correct remote is selected. Setting up your TV Next, you need to find the appropriate set up menu for your TV model. That’s covered in the section below. The following is a rough guide to how this works: – If your TV supports iTunes, go to tv Settings > iTunes & App Store – If your TV doesn’t support iTunes, go to TV Settings > Add/Remove Apps > Search for “Apple TV” – If you click on Apple TV in the results window, you should find “TV.
Setting up your TV
Let’s begin by finding your TV remote. I find that most smart TVs allow you to find and/or purchase a remote for your TV through the TV’s remote app. The app can be found on either an Apple or Android phone and is usually under the phone’s settings. Once you launch the app you’ll see a list of all your TVs and devices. Select the TV you have in your house and then click the device you want. You’ll be taken to a screen with several buttons and a big search box where you can type in whatever device you are looking for. In this case I am searching for the TV remote. In the search bar you’ll see a list of different media apps and TV’s you can connect to your WiFi network. Select your TV’s and you’ll be taken to the same screen where you can connect it to WiFi. This step is important!
Connecting your TV to WiFi
To make use of your TV all you need is to go to your Wi-Fi settings and find your network. You can then find your TV network by either pressing the button on the back of the remote, or by pulling up the blue cable on the back of the TV. Once you find the network, you will need to set up your TV. You will need to login with the same password that you used to set up the network. You will also need to find out what your TV channel number is.
Tips and tricks
Tips and tricks are the most important thing about using your TV. You want your TV to be a pleasure to use so take these tips to heart! 1. Take advantage of the Google Assistant I have been doing this for a couple of years now and it’s truly changed my life. There are a few things you can do with the Google Assistant that have saved me countless times. If you do not have the Google Assistant set up on your TV you can add it by following the steps below. Open up the settings app on your TV. Go to “Smart TV settings” Press “menu” Press “Home control” Press “Google Assistant” You can enable the voice control for “Amazon Prime Video” or Netflix if you are into that kind of thing. Set up some habits Set up the Google Assistant to trigger when you wake up.
Hopefully after reading this article you have an understanding of the basic steps that you will need to follow to get your TV setup the way that you want. Remember that you will always need to double-check your device and to read the user guide for the TV that you are using. Please check back here for more information on the following articles: Find out how to buy a PS4 or Xbox One console. How to turn your Android phone into a remote. How to find good WiFi. How to setup Airplane mode on your Android phone. How to find good HD and Ultra HD Blu-rays. Which wireless network is best? How to disable auto-renewing contracts on your phone. Find out how to unblock the US Netflix app on your Canadian phone. How to get a free Amazon Echo. How to play Guitar Hero on your iPad.
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