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Samsung Smart TV Remote Buttons Explained

Figuring out the function of certain buttons on a TV remote can be challenging, especially when switching to a different TV brand. Samsung offers multiple variants of its remote, which makes things even worse for the users. Therefore, in this guide, we will explain the use case of each button on the remote.

For sanity, we’ll cover two versions of the Samsung Smart TV Remotes – that classic and the new Smart TV one.

Power, Back, Home and 123 Button (new)

1. Power Button: The red color button you see at the top of the remote is called the Power button. You can use this button to turn on or off the TV.

2. 123 Button or Numeric Keypad: Press the Numeric button to bring up the virtual numeric pad on your TV screen. You can use it to change the channel, enter a PIN, login credentials, etc. Whereas, on the older version of the Samsung Smart TV remote, you will find dedicated numeric buttons.

3. Home Button: Pressing this button will return you to your home screen.

4. Back Button: Press this button to go back to the previous screen or menu.

Play, Pause, and Color buttons (new remote)

5 . 4 Colored Buttons: his button is typically used for quick access to specific functions or features. They won’t work everywhere, but when they do, the on-screen menu will usually tell you what each colored button does. Note: On newer Samsung TV remotes ( 1st – image ), press the 123/color button simultaneously to use this feature.

6. Play/Pause Button: As the name suggests, this button will play or pause the video or music you’re playing on your Samsung TV.

7. Streaming App Buttons: In certain Samsung Smart TV remotes, you will find shortcut buttons for  Netflix , Prime Video,  Samsung TV Plus , or other streaming services. Pressing any of these buttons will launch the corresponding streaming app.

Direction, volume and Channel button (new remote)

8 . Directional Button: Use this button to navigate through on-screen menus on your TV. On the older-style Samsung remote, you will find four directional arrows. Whereas, in the newer and more modern models, you will get a single circular button. For example, pressing the top or bottom part of the circle or arrow keys will let you scroll up and down respectively.

9. + and – Button: Use this button to control the volume of your TV. Move the button up or down to increase or decrease the volume. Whereas, to mute the sound, press the button. In the older model, you will find a dedicated button to mute the TV sound.

10. Up and Down Arrow Button: Move the button up or down to change the channel on your TV.

Mic and OK buttons (new remote)

11. Button Inside the Circle or Directional Arrow: Consider this button as the Select button. You can use it to select the currently highlighted item on your TV screen. You can even use it to play/pause the media.

12. Mic Button: Use this button to activate the Voice Assistant on your smart TV. By default, Bixby will be your voice assistant. However, you can switch to other voice assistants like Alexa or Google Assistant through your TV’s settings.

13. Rectangle Button With Plus Sign: Press this button to enter the Multi-View function. If you’re not familiar with the Multi-View feature, it allows you to enjoy various forms of content simultaneously, including live channels, apps , games, and mirrored content from your mobile device . Furthermore, if you press this button for more than 1 second, it will display a menu screen.

14. Source Button: Press this button to select the available video sources. For example, if you’ve connected your PC or  gaming console  through HDMI, you can use this button to switch between different video sources.

Cog or Gear Icon on new Samsung TV Remote

15. Cog or Gear Icon: In some Samsung TV Remotes, you will also get the Gear/Cog icon above the Colored Buttons and the 123 Button. Pressing it will grant you quick access to Samsung TV menus.

Buttons on Samsung Smart TV Remote

Sometimes figuring out the function of certain buttons on a TV remote can be challenging, especially when switching to a different TV brand. What’s more, Samsung offers multiple variants of its remote, which makes things even worse for the users. We hope this guide has helped you understand the meaning of each button on the Samsung Smart TV remote more clearly.

Before you go, take a moment to explore the functions of the different buttons on the Fire TV Remote as well.

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  • The article demystifies functions of buttons like Home, Directional, Select, and other basic ones, streamlining TV navigation.
  • Colored and ‘123’ buttons offer context-specific actions.
  • Input and Channel buttons optimize source and program selection.

Struggling to understand buttons like ‘123’ on your Samsung Smart TV remote?

Don’t fret! From the Home button’s convenience to the mystery of the colored buttons, I’ve got you covered.

Dive into our comprehensive guide as I’ll break down the functions of each button, ensuring you can confidently navigate and maximize your TV viewing experience with ease.

Quick Navigation

1. Home/Smart Hub Button

2. directional button, 3. select button (play/pause button), 4. four-colored/a, b, c, d buttons, 5. keypad/123/number button, 6. volume button, 7. channel button, 8. input/source button, 9. other buttons.

Say you have your TV on and are watching a show or movie. The movie ends, and you want to go back to the main menu where you can select another movie or activity.

This is what the Home button is for.

This button takes you from wherever you are on the TV back to the home screen. In other words, it allows you to navigate from one mode to the next, or from one setting to the next.

The Smart Hub button is actually the older name of the Home button. Regardless, the button has a little house icon painted on it, as seen in the images below:

Home buttons on samsung remotes

The directional button is used to move the highlight on your Samsung Smart TV. In other words, when you have the TV Guide or other menu open on your screen, you use the directional arrows to move from one selection to the next.

There are typically four directional arrows, or a single circular button that you can press in four different spots to move up, down, left, or right.

The four buttons will have triangular arrow markings on them, while the circular button will not have any markings. See examples in the following images:

directional buttons on samsung remotes

This button is closely related to the directional buttons discussed above.

When you have moved the highlight to the section of the menu you want, you use the Select button to select it.

Also, it can be used as a play/pause button when you’re watching a playback video or a movie on your Samsung TV.

This button may be round or square in shape; it may be unmarked, or it may have an arrow-shaped icon. Regardless of how it looks, the Select button will be in the middle of the directional arrow buttons, as shown below:

select buttons on samsung remotes

Most of the time, these buttons are pretty useless. The only time you need them is when you want to access any additional options specific to the feature or app you are currently using .

The 4-colored button or A, B, C, and D buttons use cases are different from each Samsung model and app or channel . Below are some of their use cases:

  • Used with certain Blu-ray disc movie titles to access some features or software on the disc;
  • Recording: the red button can be pressed to activate the recording feature in some select Samsung models ;
  • The green button could bring up the TV guide when using the Kodi app to watch Live TV ;
  • In a streaming app, the yellow button may be pressed to add a movie or TV show to your Favorite , while the blue button may perform a search from that list.

The images below will give you ideas of how these buttons typically look on Samsung Smart TV remotes:

color buttons on samsung remotes

The number button or keypad is used to enter numbers on the screen. You can enter digits from 0 to 9 or multi-digit numbers 10 and above.

One common use of these numbered keys is to manually change the TV to a specific channel without having to scroll through the menu.

The numbered buttons are pretty self-explanatory and easy to identify, as you can see in the following images:

number buttons on samsung remotes

The volume button is used to turn the sound up or down on the TV. 

The volume buttons may appear quite different depending on the style of Smart TV remote you have. Refer to the images below.

volume and mute buttons on samsung remotes

For the first two remotes in the images:

  • It will be two narrow, horizontal buttons side by side. Press them to mute/unmute.
  • Or, adjust the volume up or down by moving the buttons up or down.

For the third remote in the images: 

  • To mute/unmute or adjust the volume, all you need is to press the highlighted buttons. Mute is clearly marked, while the volume button will say “VOL” with a plus and minus symbol on either side.
  • Press the appropriate side of the button.

These buttons allow you to change the channel on your TV. Again, they will appear quite different depending on the style of remote you have, as you can see in the images.

You can perform slightly different functions with the buttons by pressing them differently:

  • Press the channel button to open a full list of all your channels.
  • Press and hold the same button to open a smaller list of a few selected channels.
  • In either case, push the button up or down to change the channel.

To adjust the channel using your Smart TV remote, all you need is to press the buttons highlighted in the following images:

channel buttons on samsung remotes

This button is used to adjust the input setting on your Samsung TV.

For example, if you have it on the TV setting but you want to plug in a streaming device to watch a movie, you would select the HDMI setting.

There are other settings to allow you to change the source so you can watch movies from DVD or Blu-ray players, as well as other media sources.

The source button should be clearly marked on your remote, as shown below:

source button on a samsung remote

You may notice other buttons on your Samsung Smart TV remote as well. However, not all styles of the remote have these buttons.

If you have a remote with these extra buttons, you can find a detailed explanation of their name and function in the Samsung Smart remote user’s manual .

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Master Your Samsung Smart TV Remote Control in 5 Easy Steps

Feeling lost with your Samsung Smart TV Remote Control ? Don’t worry, this guide is here to turn you into a remote control pro! We’ll break down everything you need to know, from the basics like powering on your TV and changing channels to cool features like voice control (if your remote has it) and screen mirroring from your phone. By the end, you’ll be navigating your Samsung Smart TV with ease.

Table of Contents

  • 1 I. The Power of Your Samsung Smart TV Remote Control
  • 2.1 1. Unboxing and Battery Installation
  • 2.2.1 A. Basic Navigation Controls
  • 2.2.2 B. Input Selection Buttons
  • 2.2.3 C. Smart TV Controls
  • 3.1 1. Pairing Your Samsung Smart TV Remote
  • 3.2 2. Navigating the Smart TV Interface
  • 3.3.1 A. Voice Control (if applicable)
  • 3.3.2 B. Motion Control (if applicable)
  • 3.3.3 C. Number Pad
  • 4.1 1. Screen Mirroring and Casting
  • 4.2 2. Gaming with the Remote (on Applicable Models)
  • 4.3 3. Customizing Remote Buttons (on Applicable Models)
  • 5.1 1. The Remote Doesn’t Work
  • 5.2 2. Specific Button Not Working
  • 6.1 1. Using a Smartphone as a Remote
  • 6.2 2. Taking Care of Your Remote
  • 7 VII. Key Takeaways for: Samsung Smart TV Remote Control
  • 8 VIII. Conclusion
  • 9 IX. Additional References

I. The Power of Your Samsung Smart TV Remote Control

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Master your Samsung Smart TV with this remote!

Ever wished navigating your Samsung Smart TV was as effortless as using your favorite app? Believe it or not, the key to unlocking the full potential of your TV lies in that small, seemingly simple remote control in your hand.

Sure, it can turn your TV on and off, and maybe change channels, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Your Samsung Smart TV remote is a powerful tool that lets you:

  • Dive into the Smart TV Interface: Effortlessly navigate the treasure trove of entertainment options available on your Samsung Smart TV. Browse through streaming apps, access on-demand content, and explore all the features your TV has to offer.
  • Stream with Ease: Craving the latest shows or movie marathons? Your remote lets you launch your favorite streaming apps like Netflix, Hulu, or Disney+ with a single click, putting a world of entertainment at your fingertips.
  • Speak Your Commands (On Applicable Models): If your remote has a microphone button, you can harness the power of voice control! Speak directly into the remote to search for movies , launch apps , adjust the volume, and more – all hands-free.

By understanding your Samsung Smart TV remote and its various functionalities, you can transform your TV viewing experience from basic to extraordinary. This guide will be your roadmap to mastering your remote and unlocking the full potential of your Samsung Smart TV.

II. Getting Started with Your Samsung Smart TV Remote: A Beginner’s Guide

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Power up your remote!

Congratulations on your new Samsung Smart TV! Now, let’s get you acquainted with your remote, the key to unlocking a world of entertainment. Don’t worry, it’s not as complicated as it might seem. This section will walk you through everything you need to know to get started.

1. Unboxing and Battery Installation

First things first, grab your remote and take a look. You’ll find a variety of buttons, each with a specific function. Here’s a quick rundown of some of the most common ones:

  • Power: Turns your TV on and off.
  • Volume Up/Down: Adjusts the volume level.
  • Channel Up/Down: Navigates through your TV channels.
  • Navigation Pad (arrows): Allows you to move up, down, left, and right on the screen while navigating menus.
  • Home: Takes you back to the main Smart TV interface.
  • Menu: Opens additional options menus for the current selection.
  • Search: Brings up a search bar for finding specific content or apps.

Now, let’s get some power flowing! Flip your remote over and locate the battery compartment. It’s usually on the back and secured with a latch. Samsung remotes typically use AAA batteries . Make sure to insert them according to the positive (+) and negative (-) markings inside the compartment. Pop the latch back on, and you’re good to go!

2. Understanding Remote Buttons

Now that you’re familiar with the basic layout, let’s delve deeper into some button functions:

A. Basic Navigation Controls

The Power button speaks for itself, but the Volume Up/Down and Channel Up/Down buttons might have additional functionalities depending on your model. For example, some remotes allow you to mute the sound with a dedicated mute button.

B. Input Selection Buttons

These buttons (often labeled HDMI, Source, or similar) let you switch between different devices connected to your TV. For instance, if you have a gaming console plugged into HDMI 1, pressing the HDMI 1 button will switch your TV to display that input.

C. Smart TV Controls

The Home button is your gateway to the Smart TV interface, where all the streaming apps and entertainment options live. The Menu button provides additional options for the content you’re currently viewing, while the Search button lets you find specific shows, movies, or apps using keywords.

Remember, the exact layout and functionalities of your remote might vary slightly depending on your specific Samsung Smart TV model. But don’t worry, the core buttons and their functions will remain largely consistent. Feel free to consult your TV’s user manual for a more detailed breakdown of your remote’s specific features.

III. Using Your Samsung Smart TV Remote Effectively

Now that you’re familiar with the remote’s basics, let’s explore how to use it to navigate the exciting world of your Samsung Smart TV.

1. Pairing Your Samsung Smart TV Remote

In most cases, your Samsung Smart TV remote will come pre-paired and ready to use right out of the box. However, on some older models (generally pre-2018), you might need to perform a simple pairing process. Here’s how to check and pair if necessary:

  • Turn on your Samsung Smart TV.
  • Point the remote directly at the TV’s infrared (IR) sensor. The sensor is usually located at the bottom center of the TV screen.
  • Try pressing the Power button on the remote. If the TV turns on or off, you’re good to go – your remote is already paired.
  • If the TV doesn’t respond, consult your user manual for specific pairing instructions for your model. The pairing process typically involves pressing a specific button combination on the remote while the TV is on.

2. Navigating the Smart TV Interface

With your remote paired, you’re ready to explore! The navigation pad and buttons on your remote are your tools for navigating the Smart TV interface.

  • Use the directional pad (arrows): Move the highlight up, down, left, and right to browse through menus and options.
  • Select with the Enter button: Once you’ve highlighted your desired option (like an app or setting), press the Enter button (often located in the center of the navigation pad) to select it.
  • Launching Apps: Many remotes have a dedicated “Home” button that takes you back to the main Smart TV interface, where you’ll find all your apps. Simply navigate to the app you want using the directional pad and select it with the Enter button. Some remotes might also have buttons for launching specific popular apps like Netflix or YouTube.
  • Exiting Apps: The “Back” button (usually located on the remote’s bottom left) allows you to navigate back within menus or exit an app completely.

3. Utilizing Smart Features

Your Samsung Smart TV remote might have some additional features that can enhance your experience:

A. Voice Control (if applicable)

If your remote has a microphone button, you can harness the power of voice commands! Press the microphone button and speak clearly to search for content, launch apps, adjust the volume, or control playback (e.g., “Play,” “Pause,” “Rewind”). Consult your user manual for a list of supported voice commands for your specific model.

B. Motion Control (if applicable)

Some remotes are motion-enabled, allowing you to use gestures for navigation. These gestures might vary depending on the model, but they could involve pointing the remote and using wrist movements to move the on-screen cursor. Again, refer to your user manual for details on motion control functionalities specific to your remote.

C. Number Pad

While the navigation pad lets you channel surf, many remotes also have a number pad for direct channel selection. You can simply enter the channel number and press Enter to switch directly to that channel. The number pad might also be used for entering codes or text in certain apps.

By mastering these navigation techniques and exploring the smart features of your remote, you’ll be a pro at navigating your Samsung Smart TV in no time! Stay tuned for the next section, where we’ll delve into troubleshooting common remote issues.

IV. Exploring Advanced Features of Your Remote

We’ve covered the basics, but your Samsung Smart TV remote has even more to offer! This section dives into some advanced features that can take your entertainment experience to the next level.

1. Screen Mirroring and Casting

Ever wished you could share your smartphone or laptop screen on your big-screen TV? Look no further than screen mirroring or casting!

  • Screen Mirroring: This feature allows you to wirelessly display your smartphone or tablet’s screen directly onto your Samsung Smart TV. Imagine watching a funny video or showing off vacation photos on the big screen!
  • Casting: Similar to mirroring, casting lets you “cast” content from your phone, laptop, or tablet to your TV. However, casting typically focuses on streaming specific media (like a movie or YouTube video) rather than mirroring your entire device’s screen.

The process for initiating screen mirroring or casting will vary depending on your specific devices and the model of your Samsung Smart TV. However, it generally involves:

  • Ensuring both your TV and mobile device are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
  • Enabling screen mirroring or casting on your mobile device (often found in the settings menu).
  • Locating the screen mirroring or casting option on your Samsung Smart TV (usually under the Source or Smart Hub menu).
  • Selecting your device from the list of available devices on the TV screen.

2. Gaming with the Remote (on Applicable Models)

While some Samsung Smart TVs come with dedicated gaming controllers, some models allow you to use the remote for basic gaming functions. This might involve using the directional pad and buttons to navigate menus, control in-game actions, or even perform simple gestures for motion-controlled games (refer to your user manual for specific functionalities on your model).

3. Customizing Remote Buttons (on Applicable Models)

Some advanced Samsung Smart TV remotes come with programmable buttons, allowing you to personalize your remote experience. These buttons can be assigned specific functions depending on your preferences. For instance, you could program a button to launch your favorite streaming app with a single click.

Consult your user manual to see if your remote has programmable buttons and how to customize them. The process typically involves entering a programming mode on the remote and then assigning a desired function to a specific button.

By exploring these advanced features, you can unlock even more ways to enjoy your Samsung Smart TV and personalize your entertainment experience. Stay tuned for the next section, where we’ll tackle some common remote troubleshooting tips!

V. Troubleshooting Common Remote Issues

Even the most powerful remote can have occasional hiccups. Don’t fret! This section will equip you with the knowledge to troubleshoot common remote issues and get your Samsung Smart TV back under your control.

1. The Remote Doesn’t Work

If your remote seems unresponsive, here are some steps to diagnose the problem:

  • Weak Batteries: The most common culprit is weak or dead batteries. Replace the batteries with fresh ones, ensuring they’re inserted correctly according to the positive (+) and negative (-) markings.
  • Obstructions: Make sure there are no objects blocking the line of sight between the remote and the TV’s infrared (IR) sensor, which is usually located at the bottom center of the screen. Move any lamps, furniture, or electronic devices that might be interfering with the signal.
  • Re-pairing the Remote (if necessary): As mentioned earlier, some older Samsung Smart TVs might require re-pairing the remote. Consult your user manual for specific pairing instructions for your model. The process usually involves pressing a specific button combination on the remote while the TV is on.

2. Specific Button Not Working

If only a single button is malfunctioning, here’s how to approach the issue:

  • Identify the Faulty Button: Pinpoint the exact button that’s not working as intended.
  • Physical Damage: Inspect the button for any visible damage like cracks or debris that might be hindering its functionality. If you see physical damage, you might need to consider remote repair or replacement.
  • Alternative Methods: While your remote gets repaired, explore alternative methods for performing the function associated with the faulty button. Many Samsung Smart TVs allow you to access on-screen controls using the navigation pad or voice commands (if applicable) to control volume, change channels, or navigate menus.

If you’ve tried these troubleshooting steps and your remote is still misbehaving, consult your Samsung Smart TV user manual for further assistance or contact Samsung support for additional troubleshooting options or possible remote replacement solutions.

VI. Additional Tips and Tricks: Mastering Your Remote Beyond the Basics

Tips and Tricks

Tips and Tricks

Conquered the basics and ready to elevate your Samsung Smart TV experience even further? This section dives into some handy tips and tricks to unlock the full potential of your remote and keep it in tip-top shape.

1. Using a Smartphone as a Remote

Who needs a physical remote when you have a smartphone? The Samsung SmartThings app transforms your phone into a powerful remote control for your Samsung Smart TV. Here’s how to get started:

  • Download the Samsung SmartThings app: Available for free on the App Store (iOS) or Google Play Store (Android), the SmartThings app allows you to control various Samsung devices, including your Smart TV.
  • Connect your phone and TV to the same Wi-Fi network: For the app to communicate with your TV, both devices need to be on the same Wi-Fi network.
  • Use the app to control your TV: Launch the SmartThings app and follow the on-screen instructions to add your Samsung Smart TV. Once connected, you’ll have access to a virtual remote control interface on your phone, allowing you to navigate menus, launch apps, adjust volume, and control playback – all from the convenience of your smartphone!

2. Taking Care of Your Remote

Your remote is your gateway to entertainment, so treat it with care! Here are some tips to keep your remote functioning flawlessly for years to come:

  • Preventing Damage from Spills and Drops: Accidents happen, but a little prevention goes a long way. Avoid using your remote near food or drinks to minimize the risk of spills. If you have young children, consider investing in a remote case for added protection against drops.
  • Cleaning the Remote Properly: Just like any other frequently used device, your remote can accumulate dust and grime. For proper cleaning, turn off the TV and remove the batteries from the remote. Use a slightly damp microfiber cloth to wipe down the remote’s surface. Avoid using harsh chemicals or submerging the remote in water, as this can damage the electronic components.

By following these additional tips and tricks, you can transform your Samsung Smart TV remote from a simple control device into an extension of your entertainment experience. Now you have the knowledge and tools to navigate your Smart TV with ease, unlock its hidden features, and keep your remote functioning flawlessly for a long time. Happy streaming!

VII. Key Takeaways for: Samsung Smart TV Remote Control

Key Takeaways

Key Takeaways

1. Unboxing and Battery Installation: Identify common buttons (Power, Volume, Channel, Navigation pad, Home, Menu, etc.) and install the correct size and type of batteries (usually AAA) according to the markings.

2. Understanding Remote Buttons: Basic navigation controls (Power, Volume, Channel) let you switch between channels and adjust volume. Input selection buttons (HDMI, Source) allow you to switch between devices connected to your TV. Smart TV controls (Home, Menu, Search) help you navigate the Smart TV interface and find content.

3. Pairing Your Samsung Smart TV Remote (if necessary): Check if pairing is required (usually for pre-2018 models) and consult your user manual for specific instructions if needed.

4. Navigating the Smart TV Interface: Use the directional pad and buttons to navigate menus, select apps, and use the “Back” button to exit apps.

5. Utilizing Smart Features: If your remote has a microphone button, explore voice control to search for content, launch apps, and control playback. Motion-enabled remotes might allow for gesture navigation (refer to your manual). The number pad can be used for channel selection or direct access in some apps.

6. Screen Mirroring and Casting: Share your smartphone or laptop screen on your TV using screen mirroring or casting features. Consult your user manual for specific steps on initiating these functions on your devices and Samsung Smart TV model.

7. Gaming with the Remote (on Applicable Models): Some models allow basic gaming functions using the directional pad and buttons for navigation and in-game actions.

8. Customizing Remote Buttons (on Applicable Models): Programmable buttons (if available on your model) can be assigned specific functions like launching your favorite streaming app.

9. Troubleshooting Common Remote Issues: Replace weak batteries, check for obstructions between the remote and TV sensor, and re-pair the remote if necessary (refer to your manual for specific steps). For a specific button malfunction, identify the faulty button and explore alternative methods (like on-screen controls) while considering repair or replacement.

10. Using a Smartphone as a Remote: Download the Samsung SmartThings app, connect your phone and TV to the same Wi-Fi network, and use the app to control your TV.

VIII. Conclusion

Conclusion

By understanding your Samsung Smart TV Remote Control and its functionalities, you can unlock the full potential of your Smart TV and create a seamless entertainment experience. This guide has equipped you with the knowledge and tools to navigate your TV with ease, explore its features, and keep your remote functioning for a long time.

Happy streaming!

IX. Additional References

  • Samsung Remote Control – Official Samsung support page dedicated to troubleshooting and using Samsung remote controls. It provides information on pairing remotes, using specific buttons, and resolving common issues.

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  • Connecting with an HDMI Cable
  • Connecting with a Component Cable (Only for Models with COMPONENT in / AV IN)
  • Connecting with a Composite Cable (Only for Models with COMPONENT in / AV IN)
  • Connecting with an HDMI (ARC) Cable
  • Connecting with a Digital Audio (Optical) Cable
  • Connecting through a Wireless Network
  • Connecting Bluetooth Devices
  • Connecting through the HDMI Port - Screen Sharing (HDMI)
  • Connecting to the TV Via the Smartthings App
  • Bidirectionally Mirroring Your TV and Mobile Device Using the Smartthings App
  • Managing Mobile Devices
  • Changing the Input Signal
  • Editing the Name and Icon of an External Device
  • Using Additional Functions
  • Connection Notes for HDMI
  • Connection Notes for Audio Devices
  • Connection Notes for Computers
  • Connection Notes for Mobile Devices
  • About the Samsung Smart Remote (UHD TV)
  • Connecting to the Samsung Smart Remote
  • Controlling External Devices with the Samsung Smart Remote
  • Using the Universal Remote
  • Connecting an External Device through Anynet+ and Using Their Menus
  • Connecting a USB Keyboard or Mouse
  • Connecting a Bluetooth Keyboard or Mouse
  • Using the Keyboard and Mouse
  • Setting up the Input Devices
  • Entering Text Using the Remote Control's Microphone and the On-Screen Virtual Keyboard

Smart Features

  • Displaying the Home Screen
  • Launching Smart Hub Automatically
  • Launching the Last Used App Automatically
  • Testing Smart Hub Connections
  • Resetting Smart Hub
  • Creating and Managing Your Samsung Account
  • Signing in to a Samsung Account
  • Installing and Running an App
  • Managing Purchased or Installed Apps
  • Rating Apps
  • Using the Gallery App
  • Using the Universal Guide App
  • Using the Smartthings App
  • Launching the E-Manual
  • Using the Buttons in the E-Manual
  • Using the Internet
  • Playing Media Content
  • Using the Guide
  • Managing the Schedule Recording List
  • Viewing Recorded Programs
  • Setting up a Schedule Recording Start
  • Setting up a Scheduled Viewing for a Channel
  • Editing a Scheduled Viewing
  • Using Timeshift
  • Buttons and Functions Available While Recording a Program or Timeshift
  • Using the Channel List
  • Re-Registering and Deleting a Channel
  • Changing a Channel Name
  • Using Program Rating Lock
  • Registering Channels as Favorites
  • Viewing and Selecting Channels on Favorites Lists Only
  • Adding Channels to a Favorites List
  • Removing Channels from a Favorites List
  • Rearranging a Favorites List
  • Renaming a Favorites List
  • Changing the Broadcast Signal
  • Scanning for Available Channels
  • Configuring Advanced Broadcasting Audio Settings
  • Checking Digital Channel Signal Info and Strength

Picture and Sound

  • Choosing a Picture Mode
  • Configuring Advanced Picture Settings
  • Playing Games on an Optimized Screen
  • Configuring Game Mode Details
  • Viewing UHD Videos
  • Using HDMI Black Level
  • Changing the Picture Size
  • Fitting the Picture to the Screen
  • Adjusting the Picture Size And/Or Position
  • Choosing a Sound Mode
  • Configuring Advanced Sound Settings
  • Selecting Speakers
  • Listening to the TV through Bluetooth Devices
  • Listening to the TV through a Samsung Audio Device that Supports the Wi-Fi Function

System and Support

  • Setting the Current Time
  • Using the Timers
  • Preventing Screen Burn
  • Reducing the Energy Consumption of the TV
  • Scanning the TV and Connected Storage for Malicious Code
  • Running the Accessibility Functions
  • Running Accessibility Shortcuts
  • Enabling Voice Guides for the Visually Impaired
  • Enabling Audio for the Video Description Function
  • White Text on Black Background (High Contrast)
  • Setting the Screen to Black and White
  • Inverting the Screen Color
  • Enlarging the Font (for the Visually Impaired)
  • Learning about the Remote Control (for the Visually Impaired)
  • Learning about the TV Menu
  • Showing Captions
  • Listening to the TV through Bluetooth Devices (for the Hearing Impaired)
  • Configuring Advanced System Settings
  • Restoring the TV to the Factory Settings
  • Diagnosing TV Operational Issues
  • Testing the Picture
  • Testing the Sound
  • There Is a Problem with the Broadcast
  • My Computer Won't Connect
  • The TV Won't Connect to the Internet
  • The Schedule Recording/Timeshift Function Isn't Working
  • Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC) Isn't Working
  • I Have Trouble Launching/Using Apps
  • My File Won't Play
  • I Want to Reset the TV
  • Other Issues

Precautions and Notes

  • Before Using the Recording and Schedule Recording Functions
  • Before Using the Timeshift Function
  • Read before Using APPS
  • Read before Setting up a Wireless Internet Connection
  • Limitations to the Use of Photo, Video, and Music Files
  • Supported External Subtitles
  • Supported Internal Subtitles
  • Supported Image Formats and Resolutions
  • Supported Music Formats and Codecs
  • Video Codecs Supported by NU7100 Model Series or Higher
  • Video Codecs Supported by NU7090 Model Series or Lower
  • Picture Sizes and Input Signals
  • Installing an Anti-Theft Lock
  • If HDMI UHD Color Is Set to off
  • If HDMI UHD Color Is Set to on
  • Restrictions on Using Bluetooth
  • Blocking Movies Base on Their Movie Rating (MPAA)
  • Blocking Programs Based on Their Canadian English Rating
  • Blocking Programs Based on Their Canadian French Rating
  • Blocking Programs Based on Their Downloadable U.S. Rating
  • Buttons and Functions Available While Playing Multimedia

Accessibility Guidance

  • Learn the Menu Screen
  • Orientation of the Samsung Smart Remote
  • Description of the Samsung Smart Remote
  • Accessibility Shortcuts Menu
  • Step by Step Instructions to Run the Options
  • Setting Accessibility Settings Using Bixby
  • Watching TV
  • Changing Channel
  • Cancelling a Scheduled Viewing
  • Creating a Personal Favorites List
  • Using the Instant and Schedule Recording Options from the Guide Screen
  • Using the Instant and Schedule Recording Options from the Program Info Window
  • Changing the Recording Time
  • Deleting a Recorded Program
  • Using the Home Screen in Smart Hub

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Summary of Contents for Samsung Smart Remote

  • Page 1 E-MANUAL Thank you for purchasing this Samsung product. To receive more complete service, please register your product at www.samsung.com Model_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Serial No._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _...

Page 2: Table Of Contents

  • Page 3 About the Samsung Smart Remote (UHD TV) Using the e-Manual Connecting to the Samsung Smart Remote Launching the e-Manual Controlling External Devices with the Samsung Smart Remote Using the buttons in the e-Manual - Using the Universal Remote Using the Internet...
  • Page 4 Configuring advanced sound settings 105 Restoring the TV to the factory settings Using the Sound Support Functions Selecting speakers Listening to the TV through Bluetooth devices Listening to the TV through a Samsung audio device that supports the Wi-Fi function...
  • Page 5 Troubleshooting Read Before Playing Photo, Video, or Music Files 123 Limitations to the use of photo, video, and music files Getting Support 124 Supported external subtitles 124 Supported internal subtitles 106 Getting support through Remote Management 125 Supported image formats and resolutions 107 Finding the contact information for service 125 Supported music formats and codecs 107 Requesting service...
  • Page 6 Accessibility Guidance Learn the Menu Screen Using the Remote control 142 Orientation of the Samsung Smart Remote 142 Description of the Samsung Smart Remote Using the accessibility menu 144 Accessibility Shortcuts menu 145 Step by Step instructions to run the options...

Page 7: Quick Guides

Page 8: using smart hub.

  • Page 9 TV is turned off, the TV turns on in Ambient Mode. " If you use a remote control other than the Samsung TV remote control, there may be restrictions to entering Ambient Mode. " Because this function is a QLED TV-specific function, it may not be supported depending on the model.

Page 10: Using The Ambient Mode

Page 11: screen states related to ambient mode, page 12: changing the content and settings for ambient mode.

  • Page 13 Setting up the Ambient Mode details In the Ambient Mode browser screen, move the focus to , and then press the Select button. You can change the following settings: Brightness: Adjusts the screen brightness for Ambient Mode. ● Color Tone: Adjusts the colors of the screen for Ambient Mode.

Page 14: Using Bixby

Page 15: learning about my bixby, page 16: read before using bixby, page 17: updating the tv's software, page 18: getting support, page 19: finding the contact information for service, page 20: connections, page 21: connecting to the internet.

  • Page 22 Establishing a wireless Internet connection Settings General Network Open Network Settings Wireless Make sure that you have the wireless router's SSID (name) and password settings before attempting to connect, and then follow the directions on the screen. Wireless Connection Select your wireless network. Refresh "...

Page 23: Resetting Your Network

Page 24: troubleshooting internet connectivity issues.

  • Page 25 IP auto setting failed Configure the settings in Settings. Settings General Network Network Status IP Settings – Make sure that the DHCP server is enabled on the router, and then unplug the router and plug it back in. Reset the router if required. For wireless connection, enter the correct password if required.

Page 26: Connecting Video Devices

Page 27: connecting with a component cable (only for models with component in / av in), page 28: connecting with a composite cable (only for models with component in / av in), page 29: audio input and output connections, page 30: connecting bluetooth devices, page 31: connecting your mobile device, page 32: bidirectionally mirroring your tv and mobile device using the smartthings app, page 33: managing mobile devices, page 34: editing the name and icon of an external device, page 35: using additional functions, page 36: connection notes for audio devices, page 37: connection notes for computers.

  • Page 38 Remote Control and Peripherals You can control TV operations with your Samsung Smart Remote. Pair external devices such as a keyboard for ease of use. About the Samsung Smart Remote (QLED TV) Learn about the buttons on the Samsung Smart Remote that comes with the QLED TV.
  • Page 39 (Channel) Press and hold the button up or down to quickly change the channel. " Use the Samsung Smart Remote less than 20 feet from the TV. The usable distance may vary with the wireless environmental conditions. " The images, buttons, and functions of the Samsung Smart Remote may differ with the model.

Page 40: About The Samsung Smart Remote (Uhd Tv)

  • Page 41 (Channel) Press and hold the button up or down to quickly change the channel. " Use the Samsung Smart Remote less than 20 feet from the TV. The usable distance may vary with the wireless environmental conditions. " The images, buttons, and functions of the Samsung Smart Remote may differ with the model.

Page 42: Connecting To The Samsung Smart Remote

Page 43: controlling external devices with the samsung smart remote, page 44: using anynet+ (hdmi-cec), page 45: controlling the tv with a keyboard or mouse, page 46: setting up the input devices, page 47: entering text using the on-screen virtual keyboard, page 48: entering text using the remote control's microphone and the on-screen virtual keyboard, page 49: smart features, page 50: displaying the home screen.

  • Page 51 Settings When the focus is moved to the icon, a list of quick settings icons appears above the top of the menu. You can quickly set frequently used functions by clicking the icons. Picture Mode ● You can select the picture mode that provides the best viewing experience. To change the picture mode, press the Select button.
  • Page 52 TV is turned off, the TV turns on in Ambient Mode. " If you use a remote control other than the Samsung TV remote control, there may be restrictions to entering Ambient Mode. " Because this function is a QLED TV-specific function, it may not be supported depending on the model.

Page 53: Launching Smart Hub Automatically

Page 54: testing smart hub connections, page 55: signing in to a samsung account.

  • Page 56 My Account Sync Samsung Internet Once you sign in to your Samsung account and configure the sync Internet settings, you can share the favorites that you registered on other devices. " To configure the sync Internet settings, you must be logged in to your Samsung account.

Page 57: Using The Ambient Mode

Page 58: screen states related to ambient mode, page 59: changing the content and settings for ambient mode.

  • Page 60 Setting up the Ambient Mode details In the Ambient Mode browser screen, move the focus to , and then press the Select button. You can change the following settings: Brightness: Adjusts the screen brightness for Ambient Mode. ● Color Tone: Adjusts the colors of the screen for Ambient Mode.

Page 61: Using The Apps Service

Page 62: installing and running an app, page 63: managing purchased or installed apps, page 64: rating apps, page 65: using the gallery app, page 66: using the universal guide app, page 67: using the smartthings app, page 68: using the e-manual, page 69: using the buttons in the e-manual, page 70: playing pictures/video/music, page 71: playing media content, page 72: using bixby, page 73: learning about my bixby, page 74: read before using bixby, page 75: tv viewing.

  • Page 76 To start Scheduled viewing, Scheduled recording, and other function for a program listed in the Guide, first move the cursor to it and then press and hold Select button on the remote control to use follows functions: Record: You can make a recording of a current program. ●...

Page 77: Recording Programs

Page 78: managing the schedule recording list, page 79: setting up a schedule recording start, page 80: editing a scheduled viewing, page 81: using timeshift.

  • Page 82 Record ● You can switch from the Timeshift function to the recording function. When switching to the recording function, you can include the content recorded by the Timeshift function in the new recording. " This function is only available when the Timeshift function is running. Go to Live TV ●...

Page 83: Using The Channel List

Page 84: editing channels, page 85: using program rating lock, page 86: viewing and selecting channels on favorites lists only, page 87: tv-viewing support functions, page 88: picture and sound.

  • Page 89 Tint (G/R) ● Try Now Apply Picture Settings Try Now ● Digital Clean View ● Try Now Auto Motion Plus Settings ● Try Now " When LED Clear Motion is set to On, the screen appears darker than when it is Off. Local Dimming ●...

Page 90: Setting The Viewing Environment For External Devices

Page 91: viewing uhd videos, page 92: changing the picture size and position, page 93: configuring a sound mode and expert settings, page 94: using the sound support functions, page 95: listening to the tv through a samsung audio device that supports the wi-fi function, page 96: system and support, page 97: using the timers, page 98: using the screen burn protection and energy saving functions, page 99: updating the tv's software, page 100: protecting the tv from hacking and malicious code, page 101: using other functions, page 102: white text on black background (high contrast), page 103: learning about the tv menu, page 104: listening to the tv through bluetooth devices (for the hearing impaired), page 105: restoring the tv to the factory settings, page 106: troubleshooting, page 107: finding the contact information for service, page 108: there is a problem with the picture.

  • Page 109 The problem Try this! If your TV appears to turn off by itself, try disabling some of the TV's energy efficiency functions. See if Sleep Timer has been enabled. The Sleep Timer automatically turns the TV off after a specified period of time. ●...
  • Page 110 Accessibility Grayscale " If the test picture does not appear or there is noise or distortion, the TV may have a problem. Contact Samsung’s Call Center for assistance. " If the test picture is displayed properly, there may be a problem with an external device. Please check the connections.

Page 111: I Can't Hear The Sound Clearly

Page 112: there is a problem with the broadcast, page 113: the tv won't connect to the internet, page 114: anynet+ (hdmi-cec) isn't working, page 115: i have trouble launching/using apps, page 116: other issues.

  • Page 117 The problem Try this! Broadcasting is only available when the Source is set to TV. Broadcasting function Broadcasting cannot be accessed while you watch TV using a cable box or satellite box. has been deactivated. Broadcasting cannot be accessed while a recording is in progress or the Timeshift function is running.

Page 118: Precautions And Notes

Page 119: before using the timeshift function, page 120: read before using apps, page 121: read before using the internet function, page 122: read before setting up a wireless internet connection, page 123: read before playing photo, video, or music files, page 124: supported external subtitles, page 125: supported image formats and resolutions, page 126: video codecs supported by nu7100 model series or higher, page 127: video codecs supported by nu7090 model series or lower.

  • Page 128 Other restrictions Codecs may not function properly if there is a problem with the content. ● Video content does not play or does not play correctly if there is an error in the content or container. ● Sound or video may not work if they have standard bit rates/frame rates above the TV’s compatibility ratings. ●...

Page 129: Read After Installing The Tv

Page 130: supported resolutions for uhd input signals, page 131: read before connecting a computer (supported resolutions), page 132: vesa dmt, page 133: supported resolutions for video signals, page 134: vesa cvt, page 135: read before using bluetooth devices, page 136: blocking programs based on their tv rating, page 137: blocking movies base on their movie rating (mpaa), page 138: blocking programs based on their canadian french rating, page 139: buttons and functions available while playing multimedia.

  • Page 140 Screen Fit ● Fits a photo to the screen. Rotate left Rotate right ● Rotates a photo left or right. Zoom ● Zooms in a photo by up to a factor of 4. Background Music ● During a slideshow, pauses or resumes the background music. Options ●...

Page 141: License

Page 142: accessibility guidance.

  • Page 143 Underneath the button are two thin horizontal buttons. These buttons protrude higher above the surface ● than the other buttons on the remote control. The one on the left is the volume button and the one on the right is the channel button. Push up from beneath or down from above to use these as rocker buttons to change the channel or volume.

Page 144: Using The Accessibility Menu

Page 145: step by step instructions to run the options.

  • Page 146 Turning on Video Description Press and hold the button on the remote. The Accessibility Shortcuts menu appears. Press the up or down directional buttons on the remote to move to and highlight the Video Description option. Press the Select button on the remote to turn Video Description on or off.

Page 147: Setting Accessibility Settings Using Bixby

Page 148: using the tv with voice guide on.

  • Page 149 Use the virtual numeric pad to enter numbers e.g. to enter a channel number or to enter a PIN. Press the button on the Samsung Smart Remote and the virtual numeric pad with 2 rows appears on screen. Voice Guide speaks “virtual numeric pad, 6” which indicates that the number strip is on screen and the focus is on the number 6.

Page 150: Using The Guide

  • Page 151 When you open the Guide, a table grid of channels and programs is displayed. The top row displays Channel Filter then the day and times. Each row has a channel name on the left and programs on that channel on the right. In the Guide, use the up and down directional buttons to move between channels and use the left and right directional buttons to move between programs within a channel.
  • Page 152 Other options in the guide In the Guide, move to a broadcast scheduled program, and then press the Select button. A pop-up menu listing the functions below appears. For the program you are currently watching, press and hold the Select button. Use the up and down directional buttons to move within this menu, and then press Select to choose an item.

Page 153: Setting Up A Schedule Viewing

Page 154: cancelling a scheduled viewing, page 155: using the channel list, page 156: creating a personal favorites list.

  • Page 157 Deleting channels from a favorites list – Detail Open the Channel List. Press the right directional button to move to the Category List. Use the up and down directional buttons to move to Favorites, and then press Select. You will see Favorites 1 Favorites 5.

Page 158: Recording

Page 159: using the instant and schedule recording options from the program info window, page 160: viewing recorded programs, page 161: using smart hub, page 162: using the home screen in smart hub.

  • Page 163 TV is turned off, the TV turns on in Ambient Mode. " If you use a remote control other than the Samsung TV remote control, there may be restrictions to entering Ambient Mode. " Because this function is a QLED TV-specific function, it may not be supported depending on the model.

Page 164: Launching The E-Manual

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How to Replace Buttons on a 2021 Samsung Smart TV Remote BN59-01357F

Introduction.

  • If your Samsung Smart TV Remote (BN59-01357F) has issues with its buttons being worn out or nonfunctional, use this guide to replace the buttons on the remote.
  • The buttons are laid on top of the circuit board and provide functions every time the button is pressed. You also get user feedback on top of the remote when you press the button. When the light is on, it means the button is functioning.
  • Before attempting this repair guide, ensure you replace the batteries to see if the batteries are the key reason for the remote not functioning.
  • Step 4 requires the circuit board to be removed from the remote housing. Ensure you ground yourself before you touch the circuit board.
  • Before starting the repair guide ensure the batteries removed and there is no power to the remote.

What you need

Step 1 buttons.

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Clean the remote of any dirt between the circuit and buttons.

Slide the back cover off and remove the batteries to ensure there is no power.

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Using your hand or a pry tool to separate the front cover from the remote.

The remote is held by clips and this process requires to be delicate with the remote.

This will expose the buttons and the circuit board.

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After disassembly, place the front cover onto the surface and separate the buttons that need to be replaced from the circuit board.

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Take the circuit board out of the remote assembly and prepare for some quick cleaning.

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Use a toothbrush to clean out the circuit board and the internals of the remote.

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Prepare the new buttons to be placed on the circuit board.

Place the circuit board back into the remote assembly.

Place the new buttons on top of the circuit board.

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Place the front cover on top of the new buttons and align the front cover with the clips on the main remote board.

NOTE When you hear a small click, it means it's properly attached.

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Put the batteries back on to the remote and slide the rear cover of the remote on.

Test for all button functionalities to ensure the repair is done sufficiently.

The red light on top of the remote will blink every time a button is functioning.

This repair guide provides both disassembly and reassembly methods. After the fix ensure the remote is still functioning by doing user testing.

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Why isn't there a 'last' function on the Smart Remote?

It is incredibly easy to accidentally press buttons on the Samsung Smart remote that result in the TV switching to some other channel or input unintentionally... often when changing the volume/muting, moving/handling the remote, or it falling/shifting on the couch.

You are then forced to spend 30 seconds or more going through all the menus to return to what you are watching or playing, including having to sift through all the Netflix/Amazon/etc. menus to resume.

Why is there not a simple 'back' or last activity function, at least that I can find? If there is such a thing I'm desperate to find out how to use it. If not, why doesn't this simple feature exist?

Where Is The Home Button On Samsung Smart TV Remote

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Introduction

Samsung Smart TVs have gained immense popularity in recent years due to their advanced features and seamless integration with online streaming platforms. With a user-friendly interface and a wide range of entertainment options available, these smart TVs have become a staple in many households.

However, one common question that often arises is, “Where is the Home button on a Samsung Smart TV remote?” This is an important query, as the Home button serves as the gateway to the TV’s main menu and allows users to access various features and settings.

In this article, we will delve into the layout of Samsung Smart TV remotes and guide you on how to locate the Home button, even if your remote doesn’t have a dedicated physical button. Whether you’re a new owner of a Samsung Smart TV or simply curious about its functionalities, this guide will provide you with the information you need.

So, let’s get started by understanding what exactly a Samsung Smart TV remote is and how it works.

What is a Samsung Smart TV Remote?

A Samsung Smart TV remote is a handheld device that allows users to control and navigate their Samsung Smart TVs. It is designed to provide an intuitive and convenient way to access various features, change settings, and browse through the TV’s interface.

These remotes come with a range of buttons that serve different functions, enabling users to effortlessly interact with their Samsung Smart TVs. The buttons are strategically placed to ensure easy access and smooth navigation.

Typically, a Samsung Smart TV remote includes essential buttons such as Power, Volume Up/Down, Channel Up/Down, and Mute. Additionally, it incorporates dedicated buttons for specific functions like accessing the Smart Hub, changing input sources, and adjusting picture settings.

With advancements in technology, Samsung has introduced innovative features in their Smart TV remotes. Some models come equipped with voice recognition capabilities, allowing users to control their TVs by simply speaking commands. This hands-free approach enhances convenience and makes the TV-watching experience even more seamless.

Furthermore, Samsung offers a mobile app called Samsung SmartThings, which acts as a virtual remote control. This app can be installed on a smartphone or tablet, providing users with an alternative way to control their Smart TVs.

Overall, a Samsung Smart TV remote is an essential companion for navigating the features and settings of your Smart TV. Understanding its button layout and functionalities will help you make the most out of your television and enjoy a personalized entertainment experience.

Understanding the Button Layout

Before we dive into locating the Home button on a Samsung Smart TV remote, it’s important to familiarize ourselves with the button layout. Understanding the placement and function of each button will make it easier to navigate through the TV’s interface.

The button layout may vary slightly depending on the model of your Samsung Smart TV remote, but there are some common buttons that you can expect to find. Here are some of the key buttons and their functions:

  • Power: This button turns the TV on or off.
  • Volume Up/Down: These buttons control the audio level.
  • Channel Up/Down: These buttons allow you to switch between TV channels.
  • Mute: Pressing this button mutes the TV’s audio.
  • Menu: The Menu button is used to access the TV’s main menu, where you can find various settings and options.
  • Smart Hub: This button takes you to the Smart Hub interface, which provides access to apps, streaming services, and other entertainment content.
  • Navigation buttons: These buttons, usually arranged in a circular or cross-like pattern, allow you to navigate through menus and select options.
  • Exit: Pressing this button takes you back to the previous screen or closes the current menu.

Additionally, some remotes may have extra buttons for specific functions, such as Source, Guide, Info, and Tools. These buttons provide shortcuts to important features and make it easier to access specific functionalities without navigating through multiple menus.

By familiarizing yourself with the button layout, you can confidently navigate through the Samsung Smart TV interface and take full advantage of its features.

Locating the Home Button on Different Samsung Smart TV Remotes

The Home button is a vital component of the Samsung Smart TV remote as it serves as the gateway to the TV’s main menu. However, the placement of this button may vary depending on the model of your Samsung Smart TV remote. Let’s explore a few common remote designs and where to find the Home button:

1. Traditional Remote: Older Samsung Smart TV remotes often have a dedicated physical Home button. It is typically located at the center or towards the top of the remote, labeled with a pictogram of a house. Pressing this button will take you directly to the home screen.

2. OneRemote: Samsung’s OneRemote is a sleek and streamlined design that consolidates multiple remotes into one. If you have a OneRemote, look for the Home button among the main buttons located at the top of the remote or integrated into a touchpad. It may be represented by a house icon or labeled as “Home.”

3. Smart Touch Remote: Some Samsung Smart TVs come with a touch-sensitive remote control that lacks physical buttons. On these remotes, the Home button can be accessed by swiping up from the bottom edge of the touchpad or by pressing a designated virtual button on the screen.

4. SmartView App: Samsung also offers the SmartView app, which allows you to control your Smart TV from your smartphone or tablet. When using the app, the Home button is typically located at the bottom of the virtual remote interface, alongside other navigation options.

Remember, the precise location of the Home button may vary depending on the remote model and version, so it’s always a good idea to refer to the user manual or online resources specific to your Samsung Smart TV remote.

If you’re unable to locate the Home button on your remote, don’t worry. Samsung has provided alternative methods to access the home screen and its functionalities, which we’ll explore in the next section.

Samsung Remote Options without a Physical Home Button

In some Samsung Smart TV remote designs, you may not find a dedicated physical Home button. However, this does not mean you can’t access the home screen and its features. Samsung has provided alternative options for users to navigate to the home screen even without a physical Home button. Here are a few methods you can try:

1. On-Screen Home Button: Many Samsung Smart TV remotes and interfaces feature an on-screen home button. Look for an icon or label on the screen that represents the home button. This virtual button can usually be accessed by pressing the Menu or Smart Hub button, which will open a menu overlay with the home button displayed prominently.

2. Voice Commands: If your Samsung Smart TV remote supports voice recognition, you can use voice commands to navigate to the home screen. Simply press the microphone button on your remote and say a command like “Go to home screen” or “Open home menu.” The TV will recognize your voice and perform the requested action.

3. SmartThings App: If you have the Samsung SmartThings app installed on your smartphone or tablet, you can use it as a virtual remote control. The app replicates the functions of a physical remote and provides an on-screen home button. Launch the app, and you will find the home button located at the bottom of the virtual remote interface.

It’s important to note that the availability of these options may vary depending on the model and version of your Samsung Smart TV. Additionally, the exact method to access the home screen without a physical Home button can be found in the user manual or by referring to online resources specific to your TV model.

Regardless of the absence of a physical Home button, Samsung has ensured that users have convenient alternatives to access the home screen and enjoy the full range of features on their Smart TVs.

Navigating the Samsung Smart TV Home Screen

Once you have accessed the home screen of your Samsung Smart TV, you will be greeted with a user-friendly interface that provides quick access to various features and content. Navigating the home screen allows you to explore apps, settings, and other functionalities. Here are some key points to help you navigate the Samsung Smart TV home screen:

1. App Tiles: The home screen is typically organized in a grid layout, with app tiles representing different applications and services. Use the navigation buttons on your remote to move the focus between the tiles. Pressing the “Enter” or “Select” button will open the selected app.

2. Shortcut Bar: Samsung Smart TVs often feature a shortcut bar at the bottom or top of the screen. This bar contains quick shortcuts to commonly used apps, inputs, and settings. Use the navigation buttons to highlight the desired shortcut and press “Enter” or “Select” to access it.

3. Widgets: The home screen may also include widgets that provide information and functionality at a glance. These can include weather updates, news headlines, and more. Use the navigation buttons to move between the widgets and press “Enter” or “Select” to interact with them.

4. Menu Options: The menu button on your remote is generally used to access additional options and settings on the home screen. Pressing the menu button will open a sidebar or overlay menu that allows you to customize the home screen layout, change settings, or access specific features.

5. Customization: Samsung Smart TVs offer various customization options to make the home screen personalized and tailored to your preferences. You can rearrange app tiles, add or remove shortcuts from the shortcut bar, and choose your preferred background or theme.

By familiarizing yourself with the layout and navigation options on the Samsung Smart TV home screen, you can easily explore and access the content and features that matter to you.

Using the Samsung Smart TV Menu Button as an Alternative

If you’re unable to locate the Home button on your Samsung Smart TV remote or if it doesn’t have a dedicated physical button, you can use the Menu button as an alternative. The Menu button serves as a gateway to the TV’s main menu, allowing you to access various settings, options, and features. Here’s how you can use the Menu button:

1. Press the Menu Button: Look for the Menu button on your Samsung Smart TV remote . It is usually represented by an icon that resembles three horizontal lines or listed as “Menu.” Pressing this button will open the main menu overlay on the screen.

2. Navigate the Menu: Once the menu overlay is open, use the navigation buttons on your remote to move the focus between different menu options. The navigation buttons are typically arranged in a circular or cross-like pattern and allow you to navigate up, down, left, and right.

3. Select an Option: To select an option from the menu, use the navigation buttons to highlight the desired option and press the “Enter” or “Select” button on your remote. This will open a submenu or perform the selected action.

4. Customize Settings: Within the menu, you’ll find various settings options that allow you to customize your Samsung Smart TV according to your preferences. Explore different categories like Picture, Sound, Network, and Apps to adjust settings and access advanced features.

5. Return to Home Screen: To return to the home screen from the menu, look for the “Home” option or press the Menu button again. This will close the menu overlay and take you back to the main interface of your Samsung Smart TV.

Using the Menu button provides an alternative way to navigate through the settings, options, and features of your Samsung Smart TV, ensuring a seamless user experience even without a dedicated physical Home button.

Navigating a Samsung Smart TV is made easy with the right knowledge of the remote control and the layout of its buttons. While the location of the Home button may vary depending on the remote model, understanding the various options available will help you access the home screen and explore the features of your Smart TV.

In this article, we learned about the different Samsung Smart TV remote designs and where to find the Home button on each type of remote. We also discovered alternative methods to access the home screen, such as using voice commands or utilizing the on-screen menu button.

Once you’re on the home screen, familiarizing yourself with app tiles, shortcut bars, widgets, and customization options will allow you to navigate through the interface effortlessly. Use the menu button as an alternative to access additional settings and options.

Remember to refer to your specific Samsung Smart TV model’s user manual or online resources for precise instructions tailored to your device. With experience, you will become proficient in using the remote control and maximizing your enjoyment of the Smart TV’s features.

Whether you’re streaming your favorite shows, playing games, or exploring apps, understanding the layout and functions of your Samsung Smart TV remote will enhance your viewing experience and make navigating through the interface a breeze.

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How frustrating it is when you want to watch television, but you don’t know how to operate your remote. Wouldn’t it be nice if you can enjoy your television without any effort? Fortunately, you’ve come to the right place. Learn everything about the Samsung smart tv remote button functions in this tutorial and enjoy your home entertainment with ease.

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First of all, the best thing to do is to download the free Samsung TV remote app. This allows you to control your Samsung TV with your phone or tablet.

ControlMeister app

This revolutionary application for iOS devices is developed by ControlMeister. Ideal for using YouTube or other streaming services. Of course there are many more functions, like: volume, channels, on/off, etc. It even has a keyboard for fast searching.

All functions of the buttons are clearly explained below. First, you might want to see this informative video about ControlMeister. It explains how you can use an iPad & iPhone as Samsung remote.

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Do you already own on our  Samsung TV remote app ? Then the user manual below is very useful. In less than a minute you will discover all Samsung Smart TV remote button functions. In addition, an onboarding can also be found in the app itself. In this user manual you will in principle find all the information you need.

Basic Controls

Let’s start off with the basic controls of ControlMeister’s TV remote app. It’s pretty straightforward, but the instructions below will explain everything you need to know.

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In the above manual, all basic Samsung smart tv remote button functions of the app are explained. But that’s not all, below you can also find the explanation of the Samsung TV keyboard, developed by ControlMeister.

Samsung TV Keyboard

ControlMeister has developed a super handy Samsung TV keyboard. This cannot be found in the normal remote control, but it can be found in our iOS app.

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This allows you to quickly look up something on the internet, or on your TV. Think of videos, audio books, recipes or the latest news.

The current remote control of your Samsung television does not have a keyboard. Searching can therefore take a long time. You have to enter the letters or numbers separately from each other. Do you know this problem? For example, of entering your password to log in to your WiFi, Netflix or e-mail. In the absence of a keyboard, this can take a very long time. Especially after an intensive day, when you are tired, this is very frustrating.

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But that’s not all! With the Samsung TV remote app from ControlMeister you can also easily enjoy all your apps.

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The app control can be switched on via the “Apps” button at the bottom of the menu. Turn on the Youtube or Netflix app. Or, use MirrorMeister. This is a revolutionary  screen mirroring app  that wirelessly connect your iPhone to any Samsung TV. It copies the screen of your phone or tablet to your television. MirrorMeister is great for playing videos or viewing photos, but then on the big screen – instead of your phone. It is also useful if you want to see live streams or breaking news. It is also widely used for online fitness or other workouts. And the good news is that you can try it out for free. Don’t worry, you won’t be charged.

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ControlMeister even offers Samsung smart TV remote button functions that allow you to control streaming services, such as Netflix.

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The Samsung Music Frame is a wireless speaker built within a customizable picture frame. The Music Frame can be propped up on a piece of furniture like a traditional picture frame, or it can be mounted on the wall of your living space. Once your Music Frame is set up, you can refer to our connection guide to learn more about controlling the Music Frame.

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The Music Frame can be placed anywhere in your living space. For instance, you can pair it with other picture frames or pieces of furniture to create a seamless aesthetic. The photo in the frame can also be swapped out for other photos or Art Panels to further personalize your living room, kitchen, bedroom, or any spot in your home.

The following are included on the Music Frame itself:

  • LED indicator: The LED will flash, glow, or change colors depending on the device’s current mode or status.
  • Multi Function button: When the device is in standby mode, you can press the Multi Function button to turn on the device. Each time you press the button, the current function mode will change.
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  • DC 19V port: Connect an AC/DC power adapter to the device.
  • SmartThings Dongle port: You can attach a SmartThings Dongle and use SmartThings Hub functions.

You can follow these steps to replace the photo in the Photo Frame:

You can also replace the Photo Frame with an Art Panel. Please use the following steps.

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Elektrostal Population Density3,179.3 /km² (8,234.4 /sq mi)

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Elektrostal Area4,951 hectares
49.51 km² (19.12 sq mi)
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