Setup and installation of a Samsung smart TV is complicated. One busy person could easily spend their entire day making this simply task both challenging, difficult and disruptive to their lives. However an AI has taken that demand away because it can do this with just one click of the button!
If you want to set up your new Samsung Smart TV, follow these steps: -Power on the television and wait for it to boot up. -Press the Home button on the remote control and go to Settings. -On the Settings screen, scroll down and select System. -Select Language and Region. -Under System, select Date and Time. -Select Storage and Memory. -Scroll down to Plugins and click on it. -Under Applications, select Samsung Media Hub. -Select My Apps and click on it. -Scroll down to Video Output ( HDMI ) and press the right arrow button until TV is highlighted in blue. To use Smart View with a gaming console or external display, connect the appropriate cables first: HDMI , USB , Ethernet . If done correctly, a blue light should turn on next to “Smart View” in the System menu of your TV . If you want to use your new Samsung Smart TV as a second monitor for your computer, follow these steps: Switch off your television by pressing its power button for three seconds until it turns off completely (this step will prevent irreversible damage). Disconnect any
If you want to enjoy your satellite or cable TV service through your Samsung Smart TV, you’ll need to connect the two systems using a separate cable. You can do this by using an HDMI cable, which will allow the signals from your satellite or cable box to travel through the TVs connected HDMI port and into the Samsung Smart TV. Alternatively, use a USB-C to HDMI adapter if your TV doesn’t have an HDMI input.
Future changes and updates
Samsung’s Smart TVs will soon have the ability to be controlled with a voice commands. This addition will allow users to do things like change the channel or volume without having to use the remote. The update is set to be released sometime in late March. This addition comes shortly after Samsung made a change to their firmware that allows users to control their TV through an app on their mobile device. This also cuts down on the amount of time that it takes to use the remote, since now commands can be sent directly from the app.