How to pair samsung curved tv remote?

how to pair samsung curved tv remote

The prerequisite is that the Samsung curved TV remote supports the code pairing function.

1. Turn on the TV, and the remote control is facing the TV.

2. Press and hold the “Settings” button until the indicator light flashes. (Individually press power and setting at the same time)

3. Press the “Volume +” button and release it, and pay attention to whether the TV volume symbol is displayed; if not, please repeat this step.

4. When the volume symbol is displayed, press the “Settings” button immediately, and the indicator light goes out.

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5. Test whether the remote control works normally, if not, repeat steps 2-4. The pairing method is as follows:

1) Point the Samsung curved TV remote at the remote sensor of the TV, and then press the [Power] button to turn on the TV.

2) Press and hold the [Back] key and [Play/Pause] key at the same time for 3 seconds or longer.

3) The screen shows that the device is being searched.

4) When the smart remote control is found, the TV starts to connect automatically.

5) After the connection is successful, the screen will display pairing completed.

6) When searching for the device, if the screen appears, if the device is not found, please follow step 2 to re-operate.

7) When the battery warning icon is displayed on the screen, please replace the battery in time to avoid failure of some keys due to insufficient battery power. Note: You need to operate the Samsung Curved Remote within a range of 30cm to 40cm from the TV, and point the Samsung Curved Remote at the remote receiver of the TV.

troubleshooting

1. Make sure to remove all shipping labels from the remote. When you buy or order a new Samsung Curved TV remote or remote, they come with a shipping sticker to prevent any damage. If you’ve removed all stickers from the TV and remote and the problem persists, continue to the next step.

2. Check if your Samsung Curved TV remote is sending IR signals. To do this, take a video camera (your phone’s camera will work too) and point it at your remote when you press the “POWER” button. If you see colored lights, your remote is sending an infrared signal. If it doesn’t light up, you need to replace it with a new battery. If your remote has batteries and you’re still having trouble connecting to your TV, continue to the next step.

3. If your remote is not a smart remote, use the button on the TV to turn on the TV, then try pointing the remote directly at the Samsung logo on the TV to control the TV.

4. If your Samsung Curved TV remote is a smart remote, try manually pairing it to your TV again (stand up to 1 foot away from the TV).

5. Unplug the TV for 30 seconds, then plug it back in. If you have a Smart Remote, try pairing it again.

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