How to pairsamsung remote control smart samsung led 60 tv?

When your old Samsung remotes fail (such as the button icons becoming worn out or being too hard to press) and you need to replace them, the Smart Remote offers Bluetooth technology (so you don’t have to point it at your TV’s receiver to control it), And fits in your hand, something the old remote didn’t have. This wiki How will teach you how to manually connect a Samsung Smart Remote to a Samsung TV. If your TV supports the new Smart Remote, it will attempt to do this automatically when the new Smart Remote’s battery is functioning properly; however, you can manually perform the process if desired. Samsung One Remote works similarly.

Pairing the Smart Remote and One Remote manually

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1. Turn on your Samsung TV. This will not work if your Smart Remote or One Remote does not have a working battery. They take 2 AA batteries which you need to insert according to the guide.

2. Point the remote control at the TV. On most Samsung TVs, the remote sensor is located on the lower right or bottom center of the screen.

3. Press and hold the and buttons. The Back button is identified by a hairpin arrow, and the Play/Pause button has play and pause icons.

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4. Release the button when you see the message on the TV that the remote is connected. If you see an “Unavailable” error, your TV may not support the use of Samsung Smart Remote or One Remote and can only be controlled with the original remote.

troubleshooting

1. Make sure to remove all shipping labels from the remote. When you buy or order a new Samsung TV or remote, they will have a shipping sticker on them 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 remote is sending infrared 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.

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If your remote is not a smart remote, use the buttons 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.

If your remote is a Smart Remote, try manually pairing it to your TV again (stand up to 1 foot away from the TV).

3. 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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