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E-MANUAL
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Contents
Quick Guides
Using Smart Hub
1 Connecting to the Internet
1 Setting up Smart Hub
1 Using Smart Hub
Controlling the TV with Your Voice
2 Setting up Voice Recognition
3 Controlling the TV with your voice
Controlling the TV with Your Motion
4 Setting up Motion Control
5 Controlling the TV using motions
Using the Samsung Smart Control
6 Operating the TV with the POINTER button
7 Setting up the Samsung Smart Control
7 Pairing the TV to the Samsung Smart Control
Improving the Viewing Experience of Sports Events
8 Activating Sports Mode
Editing Channels
9 Running the Edit Channel function
9 Rearranging or deleting channels
Connections
Connecting an Antenna (Aerial)
Connecting to the Internet
11 Establishing a wired Internet connection
12 Establishing a wireless Internet connection
Connecting to a Network via a Mobile Dongle
Troubleshooting Internet Connectivity Issues
15 Troubleshooting wired Internet connectivity issues
16 Troubleshooting wireless Internet connectivity issues
Connecting Video Devices
17 Connecting with an HDMI cable
18 Connecting with a component cable
18 Connecting with a composite (A/V) cable
Audio Input and Output Connections
19 Connecting with an HDMI (ARC) cable
20 Connecting with a digital audio (optical) cable
20 Connecting with headphones
20 Connecting with an audio cable
Connecting a Computer
21 Connecting through the HDMI port
22 Connecting with an HDMI-to-DVI cable
22 Connecting through your home network
Connecting a Mobile Device
23 Connecting with an MHL-to-HDMI Cable
24 Using Screen Mirroring
25 Connecting mobile devices without a wireless router
(Wi-Fi Direct)
26 Connecting a mobile device via Samsung Smart View 2.0
Pairing a laptop to the TV - Wireless PC Mirroring (or
KINO TV)
Changing the input signal with external devices
Connection Notes!
28 Connection notes for HDMI
29 Connection notes for audio devices
29 Connection notes for computers
29 Connection notes for mobile devices
30 Connection notes for Wireless PC Mirroring (or KINO TV)
Remote Control and Peripherals
About the Samsung Smart Control
Using the Samsung Smart Control
33 Operating the TV with the POINTER button
33 Operating the TV with the directional buttons and the
Enter button
34 Displaying and using the On-Screen Remote
35 Pairing the TV to the Samsung Smart Control
Controlling External Devices with the TV Remote -
Using the Universal Remote
36 Setting up the universal remote control
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Using the Tools menu on the TV screen
Controlling the TV with a Keyboard
38 Connecting a keyboard
39 Using the keyboard
Controlling the TV with a Mouse
40 Connecting a USB mouse
40 Using a mouse
Connecting a Bluetooth Gamepad
Entering Text using the On-Screen QWERTY Keypad
41 Using additional functions
Smart Features
Smart Hub
43 Removing or pinning an item in the Recent group
43 Launching Smart Hub automatically
43 Testing Smart Hub connections
44 Using the Smart Hub tutorial
44 Resetting Smart Hub
Using Smart Hub with a Samsung Account
45 Creating a Samsung account
46 Signing in to a Samsung account
46 Linking your Samsung account to external service
accounts
47 Changing and adding information to a Samsung account
47 Deleting a Samsung account from the TV
Using the GAMES Service
48 Managing Games with the pop-up Options menu
48 Viewing the Detailed Information screen
49 Installing and running a game
49 Managing downloaded or purchased games
Using the Apps Service
51 Managing Downloaded Apps with the pop-up Options
menu
52 Installing an app
52 Enabling automatic apps updates
53 Removing an app from the TV
53 Locking and unlocking apps
53 Updating apps
53 Rearranging apps
53 Rating purchased apps
53 Using other app features and functions
Using the e-Manual
54 Launching the e-Manual
54 Using the buttons in the e-Manual
Using the web browser
55 Browsing preferences
Using the MY CONTENT Service
56 Read before playing media content
57 Playing multimedia content in a computer or mobile
device
57 Playing media content saved on a USB device
58 Buttons and functions available while viewing photos
59 Buttons and functions available while viewing videos
61 Buttons and functions available while playing music
62 Listening to music in HD quality
62 Functions on the media content list screen
Using the NewsON Service
63 News
63 Weather
Controlling the TV with Your Voice
65 Read before using voice recognition
65 Learning voice recognition basics
66 Using imperative voice recognition
66 Using interactive voice recognition at a short distance
Controlling the TV using Motions (Motion Control)
67 Testing ambient illumination using the TV camera
68 Activating motion control
71 Changing the motion control screen layout
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TV Viewing
Viewing Digital Broadcast Information at a Glance
73 Using the guide
74 Checking current programme info
74 Changing the broadcast signal
74 Checking digital channel signal info and strength
Recording Programmes
75 Recording programmes
76 Using the functions available while recording a
programme
76 Using the buttons on the remote control while recording
a programme
77 Managing the schedule recording list
77 Viewing recorded programmes
79 Managing recorded files
Setting Up a Schedule Viewing
80 Setting up a schedule viewing for a channel
81 Editing a schedule viewing
81 Cancelling a schedule viewing
Using Timeshift
82 Using the buttons on the remote control while using
Timeshift
Using the Channel List
Registering, Removing, and Editing Channels
84 Registering and removing channels
84 Editing registered channels
85 Enabling / Disabling password protection on channels
85 Locking / Unlocking channels
85 Changing channel numbers
Creating a Personal Favourites List
86 Registering channels as favourites
86 Viewing and selecting channels on Favourites lists only
Editing a Favourites List
87 Using the Edit Favourites screen menu items
Making Sports programmes More Realistic with Sports
Mode
89 Enabling sports mode
90 Extracting highlights automatically
90 Using the functions available while watching sports in
sports mode
92 Viewing a game recorded in sports mode
Watching a Movie with Optimised Picture and Sound -
African Cinema Mode
TV-Viewing Support Features
93 Watching TV broadcasts with subtitles
94 Reading digital text
94 Scanning for available channels
94 Selecting aerial connection type
95 Selecting the broadcast audio language
95 Audio Description
95 Genre Selection
95 Using adult genre
Using the Channel Settings
96 Setting the country (area)
96 Tuning broadcast signals manually
97 Fine-Tuning the screen
97 Transferring channel list
97 Deleting CAM operator profile
98 Setting satellite system
98 Changing teletext language
98 Showing common interface menu
Picture and Sound
Adjusting the Picture Quality
99 Choosing a picture mode
100 Adjusting the picture quality
101 Adjusting advanced settings
102 Adjusting picture options
Picture Support Functions
104 Viewing a picture-in-picture (PIP)
105 Changing the picture size and position
106 Listening to audio only (Picture Off)
106 Resetting the picture mode settings
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Adjusting the Sound Quality
107 Choosing a sound mode
108 Applying sound effects
Using the Sound Support Functions
109 Selecting speakers
109 Specifying the TV's installation type
109 Listening to TV sound through a Samsung Bluetooth
audio device
110 Listening to the TV through Bluetooth headphones
110 Listening to TV sound through a Samsung Multiroom
Link compatible speaker
112 Enabling digital audio output
113 Resetting all sound settings
System and Support
Setting the Time and Using the Timer
114 Setting the current time
116 Using the timers
Using the Screen Burn Protection and Energy Saving
Functions
118 Preventing screen burn
118 Reducing the energy consumption of the TV
Using Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC)
119 Setting up Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC)
119 Using Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC)
Updating the TV’s Software
121 Updating the TV’s software to the latest version
121 Updating the TV automatically
122 Updating the TV manually
Protecting the TV from Hacking and Malicious Code
122 Checking the TV and connected storage for malicious
code
123 Configuring additional functions
Using Other Functions
124 Running the accessibility functions quickly
124 Adjusting the menu transparency
124 White text on black background (high contrast)
124 Enlarging font (for the visually impaired)
125 Listening to the TV through Bluetooth headphones (for
the hearing impaired)
125 Changing the menu language
125 Setting up a password
125 Checking Notifications
126 Programme Rating Lock
126 Enabling game mode
126 Richer colours and superior picture quality (BD Wise)
126 Enabling/Disabling sound feedback
127 Locking/Unlocking the Control Stick
127 Showing/Hiding the Samsung logo while booting
127 Enabling the TV to boot faster
127 Removing Flickering
128 Registering the TV as a DivX-certified device (watching
for pay DivX movies)
128 Restoring the TV to the factory settings
128 Using the TV as a display model (for retail stores)
Running Data Service Automatically
HbbTV
Using a TV Viewing Card (“CI or CI+ Card”)
130 Connecting the “CI or CI+ Card” via COMMON
INTERFACE slot
131 Connecting the “CI or CI+ Card” via COMMON
INTERFACE slot with the CI CARD Adapter
132 Using the “CI or CI+ Card”
Teletext Feature
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Troubleshooting
Getting Support
135 Support through Remote Management
136 Finding the contact information for service
There Is a Problem with the Picture
137 Testing the picture
I Can't Hear the Sound Clearly
139 Testing the sound
There Is a Problem with the Broadcast
My Computer Won't Connect
I Can't Connect to the Internet
Data Service
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 Timeshift Functions
146 Before using the recording and schedule recording
functions
147 Before using the timeshift function
S Recommendation disclaimer
148 S Recommendation with voice interaction
148 S Recommendation
Read Before Using Voice Recognition, or Motion
Control
149 Precautions for Voice Recognition and Motion Control
150 Requirements for using Voice Recognition, or Motion
Control
Read Before Using Apps
Read Before Using the Web Browser
Read Before Playing Photo, Video, or Music Files
155 Limitations on use of photo, video, and music files
156 Supported external subtitles
156 Supported internal subtitles
157 Supported image formats and resolutions
157 Supported music formats and codecs
158 Supported video codecs
Restrictions
160 Restrictions to PIP (Picture-in-Picture)
160 Flexible CI
Read After Installing the TV
161 Picture sizes and input signals
161 Installing an anti-theft lock
162 Read before setting up a wireless Internet connection
Read Before Connecting a Computer (Supported
Resolutions)
163 IBM
163 MAC
164 VESA DMT
Supported Resolutions for Video Signals
165 CEA-861
165 DVI
Read Before Using Bluetooth Devices
166 Restrictions on using Bluetooth
Licence
Glossary
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Using Smart Hub
Connecting to the Internet
(MENU/123) MENU Network Network Settings
Connect the TV to the Internet wired or wirelessly.
Setting up Smart Hub
Press the button on your remote control. When you start Smart Hub for the first time, the Set Up
Smart Hub screen appears. Follow the instructions on the screen to configure the required settings
and complete the setup.
Welcome to Smart Hub
The easiest way to access and discover live TV, movies, apps, games and more.
Set Up Smart Hub Learn More
Using Smart Hub
Enjoy the multiple functions provided by Smart Hub on a single screen.
"
" For more information, refer to "Smart Hub."
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Controlling the TV with Your Voice
"
" This function is only supported for S9 series models.
Setting up Voice Recognition
(MENU/123) MENU System Voice Recognition
Finish the settings required for voice recognition, such as the language to use and whether to use Use
TV Voice.
System
Accessibility
Setup
Sports Mode
Menu Language English
Smart Security
Universal remote setup
Voice Recognition
"
" Your TV's menu may differ from the image above, depending on the model.
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Controlling the TV with your voice
(MENU/123) MENU System Voice Recognition
Press and hold the MENU/123 button on the Samsung Smart Control. The Voice Recognition screen
appears. When the icon appears on the screen, speak commands slowly, in a moderately loud
voice, into the microphone on the Samsung Smart Control.
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" This function is only available on certain models in specific geographical areas.
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" For more information, refer to "Controlling the TV with Your Voice."
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Controlling the TV with Your Motion
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" This function is only supported for S9 series models.
Setting up Motion Control
(MENU/123) MENU System Motion Control
Perform Motion Control Environment Test, then finish the settings required to run motion control,
such as how to adjust Pointer Speed and whether to show Animated Motion Guide.
System
Setup
Sports Mode
Menu Language English
Smart Security
Universal remote setup
Voice Recognition
Motion Control On
"
" Your TV's menu may differ from the image above, depending on the model.
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Controlling the TV using motions
(MENU/123) MENU System Motion Control Motion Control
1. Set Motion Control to On.
2. Face the TV camera, raise your hand to a comfortable position, and then move your index finger
to the left or right slowly with it fully extended upwards.
3. Move your hand left or right slowly to move the pointer to a function.
4. Curl your index finger down to select a function, and then raise it again to run the selected
function.
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" Motion Control is available in either direction control or motion pointing mode.
"
" To use this function, the optional TV camera must be connected to the dedicated USB port at the back of
the TV.
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" For more information, refer to "Controlling the TV using Motions (Motion Control)."
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Using the Samsung Smart Control
"
" This function is only supported for S9 series models or for J6300, J6330, J6390 series models within CIS
region.
Operating the TV with the POINTER button
Place a finger on the POINTER button and move the Samsung Smart Control. The pointer on the
screen moves in the direction you moved the Samsung Smart Control. Move the pointer to one of the
following icons on the screen, and then press the POINTER button.
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● : Displays the On-Screen Remote.
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● : Allows you to adjust the volume or select speakers.
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● : Displays the channel list.
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● : Launches Smart Hub.
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Setting up the Samsung Smart Control
(MENU/123) MENU System Smart Control Settings
Configure the basic settings for using the Samsung Smart Control.
System
Menu Language English
Smart Security
Universal remote setup
Time
Notifications
Device Manager
Smart Control Settings
"
" Your TV's menu may differ from the image above, depending on the model.
Pairing the TV to the Samsung Smart Control
When you turn on the TV for the first time, the Samsung Smart Control pairs to the TV automatically.
If the Smart Control does not pair to the TV automatically, point it at the remote control sensor of the
TV, then press the ① and ② buttons on the Samsung Smart Control simultaneously for 3 seconds or
more.
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Improving the Viewing Experience of Sports Events
Activating Sports Mode
(MENU/123) MENU System Sports Mode
Set Sports Mode to On. The TV automatically configures the picture and sound settings so that they
are suitable for football events.
System
Accessibility
Setup
Sports Mode
Menu Language English
Smart Security
Universal remote setup
Time
"
" Your TV's menu may differ from the image above, depending on the model.
You can zoom in the screen while you are using the sports mode. Move the focus to the part of screen
to magnify.
"
" For more information, refer to "Making Sports programmes More Realistic with Sports Mode."
"
" This function is only available on certain models in specific geographical areas.
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Editing Channels
Running the Edit Channel function
(MENU/123) MENU Broadcasting Edit Channel
Broadcasting
Auto Tuning
Aerial Terrestrial
Channel List
Guide
Schedule Manager
Edit Channel
Edit Favourites
"
" Your TV's menu may differ from the image above, depending on the model.
Rearranging or deleting channels
(MENU/123) MENU Broadcasting Edit Channel Change Number or Delete
You can rearrange the order of channels or delete channels. To change the order of a channel, select it
and then select Change Number. To delete a channel, select it and then select Delete.
"
" Certain channels are not available depending on the channel type.
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Connecting an Antenna (Aerial)
Connect the TV to an antenna or a cable outlet to receive broadcast signals.
Connect a cable from an antenna or cable outlet to the ANT IN connector, as shown in the image
below.
"
" An antenna connection is not necessary if you connect a cable box or satellite receiver.
It is best to connect the both connectors using a Multi-Switch or DiSEqC. Switch, etc and to set Aerial
Connection Type to Dual Oscillator.
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" A connection method may differ with the models.
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" DVB-T2 system may not be available in specific geographical areas.
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Connecting to the Internet
Establishing a wired Internet connection
Using LAN cables
There are three ways to connect the TV to your Internet access points, as shown in the following
illustrations:
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● Wall-mounted LAN Outlet
LAN
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● External Modem
LAN
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● ① IP Router + ② External Modem
LAN
1 2
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" We recommend using Cat 7 LAN cables to link your TV to the Internet Access Points.
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" The TV will not be able to connect to the Internet if the network speed is below 10Mbps.
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Connecting to a wired Internet network automatically
(MENU/123) MENU Network Network Settings Try Now
Automatically connect to an available network.
1. Select Wired.
2. Once network connection is successful, you will see a confirmation message. If it fails, try again
or connect manually.
Establishing a wireless Internet connection
Connecting to a wireless internet network automatically
(MENU/123) MENU Network Network Settings
Make sure that you have the wireless router's SSID (name) and password settings before attempting to
connect.
1. Select Wireless. The TV automatically displays a list of available wireless networks.
2. Select a network. If the network you want doesn't appear in the list, select Add Network, and
then enter the network's SSID (name) manually.
3. If your network is security enabled, enter the password. If your network is not security-enabled,
the TV will bypass the on-screen keyboard and attempt to connect right away.
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Connecting to a wireless internet network with WPS
(MENU/123) MENU Network Network Settings
If the router has a WPS(wi-fi protected setup) push button, you can use it to connect the TV to the
router automatically.
1. Select Wireless. The TV automatically displays a list of available wireless networks.
2. Select Stop and then select WPS.
3. Press the WPS or PBC buttons on your wireless router in less than two minutes.
4. The TV is connected to the network automatically.
Checking the internet connection status
(MENU/123) MENU Network Network Status Try Now
Network
Network Status
Network Settings
Wi-Fi Direct
Multimedia Device Settings
Screen Mirroring
Device Name [TV] Samsung
Voice Recognition
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" Your TV's menu may differ from the image above, depending on the model.
View the current network and Internet status.
Changing the name of the TV on a network
(MENU/123) MENU Network Device Name Try Now
You can change a name for the TV that will appear on mobile devices and laptop computers.
1. Select Device Name from the Network menu.
2. Select a name from the list that appears. Alternatively, select User Input to enter a name manually.
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Connecting to a Network via a Mobile Dongle
You can make the TV to connect to a network via a mobile device by connecting a mobile dongle to
the TV. Connect the mobile dongle to the USB port in the TV.
"
" This function is only available on certain models in specific geographical areas.
"
" When you use a large mobile dongle(Data Card), USB devices may not work properly due to interferences
among the USB ports, or the wireless network may not work properly due to interferences from the
peripherals and surroundings. In this case, use a USB extension cable.
"
" Channel-bound Apps & Ticker is not available when you set up mobile network.
"
" If you have any problems using online services, please contact your Internet service provider.
The mobile service providers and their devices that support this function are as follows:
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● Vodacom (Model No: K4605)
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● MTN (Model No: E3131S, E3251)
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● Safaricom (Model No: E303)
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Troubleshooting Internet Connectivity Issues
Troubleshooting wired Internet connectivity issues Try Now
No network cable found
Make sure that the network cable is plugged in. If it is connected, make sure that the router is turned
on. If it is on, try turning if off and on again.
IP auto setting failed
Do the following or configure the IP Settings manually.
1. Make sure that the DHCP server is enabled on the router, and reset the router.
2. If the problem persists, contact your Internet Service Provider.
Unable to connect to the network
1. Check all IP Settings.
2. Make sure that the DHCP server is enabled on the router. Then, unplug the router and plug it back
in.
3. If this does not work, contact your Internet Service Provider.
Connected to a local network, but not to the Internet
1. Make sure that the Internet LAN cable is connected to the router's external LAN port.
2. Check the DNS values in IP Settings.
3. If the problem persists, contact your Internet Service Provider.
Network setup is complete, but unable to connect to the Internet
If the problem persists, contact your Internet Service Provider.
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Troubleshooting wireless Internet connectivity issues
Wireless network connection failed
If a selected wireless router is not found, go to Network Settings and select the correct router.
Unable to connect to a wireless router
1. Check if the router is turned on. If it is, turn it off and on again.
2. Enter the correct password if required.
IP auto setting failed
Do the following or configure the IP Settings manually.
1. Make sure that the DHCP server is enabled on the router. Then, unplug the router and plug it back
in.
2. Enter the correct password if required.
3. If the problem persists, contact your Internet Service Provider.
Unable to connect to the network
1. Check all IP Settings.
2. Enter the correct password if required.
3. If the problem persists, contact your Internet Service Provider.
Connected to a local network, but not to the Internet
1. Make sure that the Internet LAN cable is connected to the router's external LAN port.
2. Check the DNS values in IP Settings.
3. If the problem persists, contact your Internet Service Provider.
Network setup is complete, but unable to connect to the Internet
If the problem persists, contact your Internet Service Provider.
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Connecting Video Devices
Your TV has a variety of connectors for video input from external devices. Below is a list of featured
connectors shown in descending order of picture quality.
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● HDMI
●
● Component
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● Composite (A/V)
Connect a video device to the TV with an HDMI connector for the best picture quality. If the device
does not have an HDMI connector, try a component connector.
Connecting with an HDMI cable
The following types of HDMI cables are recommended:
●
● High-Speed HDMI Cable
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● High-Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet
Connect the HDMI cable to the HDMI input connector of the TV and the HDMI output connector of the
device as shown in the image below.
"
" Set Edit Device Type to DVI PC for a computer connected with a HDMI-to-DVI cable, and PC for a
computer connected with HDMI cable. Also, set Edit Device Type to DVI Devices for an A/V device with a
HDMI-to-DVI cable.
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Connecting with a component cable
Connect the component cable to the component input connectors of the TV and the component output
connectors of the device as shown in the image below.
Make sure the cable colours match the connector colours.
Connecting with a composite (A/V) cable
Connect the AV cable to the AV input connectors of the TV and the AV output connectors of the device
as shown in the image below.
Make sure the cable colours match the connector colours.
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Audio Input and Output Connections
Your TV has a variety of connections for audio input from external devices. The connections are listed
below.
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● HDMI/ARC (Audio Return Channel)
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● Digital Audio (Optical)
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● Audio (Analogue)
Connecting with an HDMI (ARC) cable
ARC(Audio Return Channel) lets the TV output digital sound to an audio device and input digital sound
from the same audio device through one HDMI cable. ARC is only available through the HDMI (ARC)
port and only when the TV is connected to an ARC-enabled AV receiver.
Connect an HDMI cable to the HDMI (ARC) input connector of the TV and the HDMI output connector
of the device as shown in the image below.
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Connecting with a digital audio (optical) cable
You can listen to digital audio by connecting an AV receiver to the TV via a digital audio (optical)
connector.
Connect the optical cable to digital audio output connector of the TV and the digital audio input
connector of the device as shown in the image below.
Connecting with headphones
Connect the headphones to the headphone output connector of the TV as shown in the image below.
"
" Availability depends on the specific model and area.
Connecting with an audio cable
Refer to the diagram and connect the audio cable to the TV's audio output connector and the device's
audio input connector.
AUDIO OUT
"
" Availability depends on the specific model and area.
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Connecting a Computer
The kinds of connections you can make are listed below.
To use the TV as a computer monitor
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● Connect through the HDMI port with an HDMI cable.
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● Connect though the HDMI (DVI) port with an HDMI-to-DVI cable.
To view or play the content saved in a computer on the TV
●
● Connect through using your home network.
Connecting through the HDMI port
For an HDMI connection, we recommend one of the following HDMI cable types:
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● High-Speed HDMI Cable
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● High-Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet
Connect the HDMI cable to the HDMI input connector of the TV and the HDMI output connector of the
device as shown in the image below.
"
" Set Edit Device Type to DVI PC for a computer connected with a HDMI-to-DVI cable, and PC for a
computer connected with HDMI cable. Also, set Edit Device Type to DVI Devices for an A/V device with a
HDMI-to-DVI cable.
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Connecting with an HDMI-to-DVI cable
If the graphics adapter of your TV does not support the HDMI interface, connect the computer to the
TV with a DVI (Digital Visual Interactive)-to-HDMI cable. Note that the HDMI-to-DVI connection is
only supported by the HDMI (DVI) port and does not transmit audio. To listen to the computer sound,
connect external speakers to the audio output connector of the computer.
Connect the HDMI-to-DVI cable to the HDMI (DVI) port of the TV and the DVI output port of the
computer as shown in the image below.
"
" Set Edit Device Type to DVI PC for a computer connected with a HDMI-to-DVI cable, and PC for a
computer connected with HDMI cable. Also, set Edit Device Type to DVI Devices for an A/V device with a
HDMI-to-DVI cable.
"
" For the resolutions supported by the TV, refer to "Read Before Connecting a Computer (Supported
Resolutions)."
Connecting through your home network
You can quickly access and play photo, video, and music files stored on a computer on the TV.
1. Connect the TV and the computer to the same router or AP. Once you connect them to the same
router or AP, a home network is configured.
2. On the computer, select [Control Panel] [Network and Internet] [Network and Sharing Centre]
[Change advanced sharing settings], and select [Choose media streaming options...] to activate
media streaming.
3. From the list, set the TV to [Allowed].
4. Launch Windows Media Player on a computer. Select [Settings] [Library Management] and
add the location where photo, video, and music files are saved to play them on the TV. For more
information about playing content, refer to "Playing multimedia content in a computer or mobile
device."
"
" Alternatively, you can move the files to the default folder specified by Windows Media Player, and then play
or view them on the TV.
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Connecting a Mobile Device
You can connect a mobile device such as a smartphone or tablet directly to the TV, or connect it to the
network and display the mobile device's screen or play its content on the TV. The kinds of connections
you can make are listed below.
●
● View the mobile device's screen on the TV screen by using an MHL-to-HDMI cable.
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● Connect by mirroring the mobile device's screen on the TV (Screen Mirroring).
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● Connect mobile devices without a wireless router (Wi-Fi Direct).
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● Connect a mobile device via Samsung Smart View 2.0.
Connecting with an MHL-to-HDMI Cable
You can use the Mobile High-definition Link (MHL) function to display a mobile device's screen on
the TV. However, MHL is only available through the TV's HDMI (MHL) port and only when used in
conjunction with an MHL-enabled mobile device. For information on configuring MHL on your mobile
device, refer to the device's User Manual.
"
" If you connect a mobile device to the TV with an MHL-to-HDMI cable, the TV automatically switches the
picture size of each content saved on the mobile device to the original picture size of that content.
Connect the MHL-to-HDMI cable to the HDMI (MHL) input connecter of the TV and the mobile device's
USB port as shown in the image below.
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Using Screen Mirroring
(MENU/123) MENU Network Screen Mirroring Try Now
You can wirelessly connect a mirroring-enabled mobile device to the TV and play the video and audio
files stored on the device on the TV. Mirroring refers to the function that plays the video and audio
files located on a mobile device on a TV and on the mobile device simultaneously.
Connecting via a mobile device
1. Launch Screen Mirroring function on your mobile device. The mobile device searches for
available devices to connect to.
2. Select the TV from the list. The TV automatically allows the connection and the device connects.
3. Select Allow to connect the mobile device.
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" All previously allowed mobile devices will automatically connect without needing approval.
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" If you select Deny, the device cannot connect. To change the connection status of a denied device,
select (MENU/123) MENU Network Multimedia Device Manager, select the device, and select
Allow. Try Now
Connecting by automatically allowing the connection
1. Select (MENU/123) MENU Network Screen Mirroring, You can also start screen mirroring
by pressing the SOURCE button on your remote and selecting Screen Mirroring from the list at
the top of the screen.
2. Launch Screen Mirroring function on your mobile device. The mobile device searches for available
devices to connect to.
3. Select the TV from the list. The TV automatically allows the connection and the device connects.
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" If the mobile device cannot connect, turn off and on the TV and mobile device.
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Connecting mobile devices without a wireless router (Wi-Fi Direct)
(MENU/123) MENU Network Wi-Fi Direct Wi-Fi Direct Try Now
You can connect a mobile device with the Wi-Fi Direct feature directly to the TV without using a
wireless router or AP. By connecting a mobile device to the TV through Wi-Fi Direct, you can play
photo, video, and music files saved on the mobile device on the TV.
1. Enable Wi-Fi Direct on the mobile device, and then run Wi-Fi Direct on the TV. The TV
automatically scans for and displays a list of available devices. The TV's name also appears on
the mobile device.
2. Select the device from the list to initiate a connection. If a connection request is made by the TV,
a permission message appears on the mobile device and vice versa.
3. Allow the connection. The TV and mobile device connect.
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" For more information on the multimedia content, refer to "Playing multimedia content in a computer or
mobile device."
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" To confirm the mobile devices that allows or denies the connection, select (MENU/123) MENU Network
Multimedia Device Manager.
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" When you place the mobile device closer to the TV with Wi-Fi Direct activated, the connection allowance
confirmation window appears on the left bottom of the screen so that you can easily connect it.
Managing the connection status of previously connected mobile devices
1. Select (MENU/123) MENU Network Multimedia Device Manager. The TV displays a list
of devices that have previously connected to the TV or have tried to connect to the TV and been
denied. The status of the connection (Allow/Deny) is also displayed.
2. Select a device.
3. Select connection type or delete the device from the list.
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" This function is only available if the devices have previously connected to the TV or have previously
attempted to connect and been denied.
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Connecting a mobile device via Samsung Smart View 2.0
You can play the mobile device's multimedia content, such as videos, photos, and music, when you
install and launch Samsung Smart View 2.0 on a mobile device connected to the TV. You can send
text messages or control the TV using the mobile device.
Pairing a laptop to the TV - Wireless PC Mirroring (or
KINO TV)
You can view the enhanced or dual mode screen of a laptop on your TV by pairing the laptop to the
TV wirelessly. Connect a Wireless PC Mirroring Adapter (or KINO KIT, VG-SWD1000) to the laptop's
HDMI port, and then connect the USB cable that came with the package between a USB port of the
Wireless PC Mirroring Adapter (or KINO KIT, VG-SWD1000) and a USB port of the laptop. A pairing
message appears on the TV's screen. If you allow the pairing, the laptop's screen is displayed on the
TV's screen.
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" This function is only available on certain models in specific geographical areas.
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" Wireless PC Mirroring, KINO TV, and KINO KIT use same technology, and naming may vary by region.
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" This function is not available on third-party TVs or non-laptop devices.
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" If two Samsung TVs are located closely, turn off the TV to which you don’t want to pair the laptop, and
then try to pair.
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Changing the input signal with external devices
Press the SOURCE button to switch between external devices connected to the TV.
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● Options
To view the Options menu, press the button. The functions that appear in the Options menu
can include any of the following:
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" The connector names may vary depending on the product.
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– Edit Device Type: Changes the types of the external devices. Select an external device to
change. For example, you can use an HDMI cable to designate a computer connected to the
TV as PC. You can also use a HDMI-to-DVI cable to designate an AV devices as DVI Devices.
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– Edit Name: You can rename devices connected to the TV to facilitate identifying external
sources.
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– Information: Displays information about the connected devices.
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– Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC): Displays a list of Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC)-compliant devices that are
connected to the TV.
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" This option is only available when Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC) is set to On.
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– Remove USB Device: Removes a USB device connected to the TV.
–
– Delete Universal Remote: Deletes the external device connected to the TV via the Universal
Remote function.
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" This function is only supported for S9 series models or for J6300, J6330, J6390 series models
within CIS region.
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– Universal remote setup: You can use your TV remote control to control external devices.
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" This function is only supported for S9 series models or for J6300, J6330, J6390 series models
within CIS region.
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" For more information on using the Universal Remote function, refer to "Controlling External
Devices with the TV Remote - Using the Universal Remote."
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Connection Notes!
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" The number of connectors and their names and locations may vary depending on the model.
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" Refer to the external device's operating manual when connecting it to the TV. The number of external device
connectors and their names and locations may vary depending on the manufacturer.
Connection notes for HDMI
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● Use an HDMI cable with a thickness of 14mm or less.
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● Using a non-certified HDMI cable may result in a blank screen or a connection error.
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● Some HDMI cables and devices may not be compatible with the TV due to different HDMI
specifications.
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● This TV does not support HDMI Ethernet Channel. Ethernet is a LAN (Local Area Network) built
with coaxial cables standardised by the IEEE.
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● HDCP 2.2 is supported only by the TV's HDMI (MHL) port. HDCP is short for "High bandwidth
Digital Content Protection" and is used for video copyright protection.
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● Many computer graphics adaptors do not have HDMI ports, but have DVI ports instead. If your
computer graphics adaptor has a DVI port, use an HDMI-to-DVI cable to connect the computer
to the TV. For more information, refer to "Connecting with an HDMI-to-DVI cable."
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● If you are using an HDMI adapter, the TV recognises the signal as an HDMI signal and may
respond differently than it would to an MHL-to-HDMI cable connection.
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Connection notes for audio devices
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● For better audio quality, it is a good idea to use an AV receiver.
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● Connecting a device using an optical cable does not automatically turn off the TV speakers.
To turn off the TV's speakers, set Speaker Select ((MENU/123) MENU Sound Speaker
Settings Speaker Select) to something other than TV Speaker.
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● An unusual noise coming from the audio device while you are using it may indicate a
problem with the audio device itself. If this occurs, ask for assistance from the audio device's
manufacturer.
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● Digital audio is only available with 5.1-channel broadcasts.
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● Only use headphones with a 3-conductor TRS type jack.
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● The headphone volume and the TV volume are adjusted independently of each other.
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● While the headphone is connected, the TV speakers are muted and certain Sound options are
deactivated.
Connection notes for computers
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● For the resolutions supported by the TV, refer to "Read Before Connecting a Computer (Supported
Resolutions)."
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● As long as file sharing is activated, unauthorised access may occur. When you do not need to
access data, disable file sharing.
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● Your PC and Smart TV must be connected on the same network.
Connection notes for mobile devices
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● To use the Screen Mirroring function, the mobile device must support a mirroring function
such as AllShare Cast or Screen Mirroring. To check whether your mobile device supports the
mirroring function, please visit the mobile device manufacturer's website.
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● To use Wi-Fi Direct, the mobile device must support the Wi-Fi Direct function. Please check if
your mobile device supports Wi-Fi Direct.
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● The mobile device and your Smart TV must be connected with each other in the same network.
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● The video or audio may intermittently stop depending on network conditions.
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Connection notes for Wireless PC Mirroring (or KINO TV)
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● Wireless PC Mirroring, KINO TV, and KINO KIT use same technology, and naming may vary by
region.
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● The working distance may differ due to obstacles (e.g., human bodies, metal objects, or walls)
or electromagnetic environment. To ensure stable functioning, it is recommended to use the
Wireless PC Mirroring Adapter (or KINO KIT, VG-SWD1000) in the same location where the TV is
placed.
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● When a Wireless PC Mirroring Adapter (or KINO KIT, VG-SWD1000) is connected, the TV may
not play videos properly depending on whether there is another device that emits radio signals
nearby.
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● Do not place the Wireless PC Mirroring Adapter (or KINO KIT, VG-SWD1000) near any heat
source, in a humid location, or under direct sunlight. This action may cause product malfunction
or a fire.
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● Do not apply any of the following to the Wireless PC Mirroring Adapter (or KINO KIT, VG-
SWD1000): chemicals (e.g., wax, benzene, thinner, mosquito repellent, air freshener, lubricant)
and cleaning agent that contains alcohol or solvent or that is surface active. This action may
cause the dongle's exterior to discolour or its label to peel off.
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● Do not disassemble, repair or modify the Wireless PC Mirroring Adapter (or KINO KIT, VG-
SWD1000) by yourself. Stop using the dongle if it is damaged or broken.
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● Make sure to use a genuine Wireless PC Mirroring Adapter (or KINO KIT, VG-SWD1000) supplied
by Samsung Electronics.
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About the Samsung Smart Control
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Button Description
/ AD
Press this button to mute the sound temporarily.
Press and hold this button to bring up Accessibility Shortcuts that enables or
disables Accessibility ((MENU/123) MENU System Accessibility) menus.
MENU/123
Displays numeric buttons, content control button, and other function buttons on
the screen so that you can run a function conveniently.
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" For more information, refer to "Displaying and using the On-Screen Remote."
POINTER
Place a finger on the POINTER button and move the Samsung Smart Control.
The pointer on the screen moves in the direction you moved the Samsung Smart
Control. Press the POINTER button to select or run a focused item.
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" For more information, refer to "Operating the TV with the POINTER button."
, , , Moves the focus, and changes the values seen on the TV's menu.
Enter
Selects or runs a focused item.
Press and hold this button to launch Guide while you are watching the TV.
RETURN / EXIT
Returns to the previous menu or channel.
Press and hold to exit the currently running function on the TV's screen.
Launches Smart Hub applications.
,
Controls the content when playing the media content such as movie, picture, or
music.
EXTRA Displays related information about the current programme.
SOURCE Displays and selects the available video sources.
"
" The image of the Samsung Smart Control may differ depending on the model.
"
" This function is only supported for S9 series models or for J6300, J6330, J6390 series models within CIS
region.
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" Use the Samsung Smart Control at a distance of less than 6m. The usable distance may differ with the
wireless environmental conditions.
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Using the Samsung Smart Control
"
" This function is only supported for S9 series models or for J6300, J6330, J6390 series models within CIS
region.
Operating the TV with the POINTER button
Place a finger on the POINTER button and move the Samsung Smart Control. The pointer on the
screen moves in the direction you moved the Samsung Smart Control. Move the pointer to select an
item on the screen.
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● : Displays the On-Screen Remote.
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● : Allows you to adjust the volume or select speakers.
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● : Displays the channel list.
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● : Launches Smart Hub.
Operating the TV with the directional buttons and the Enter button
Press the , , , and buttons to move the pointer, focus, or cursor in the direction you want or
change a setting shown on the focused item. Press the Enter button to select an item or run a focused
item. Press and hold the Enter button to view the Guide while watching the TV.
"
" To adjust the pointer speed, select (MENU/123) MENU System Smart Control Settings Motion
Sensitivity.
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" To view a tutorial that shows how to use the POINTER button, select (MENU/123) MENU Support
Smart Control Tutorial.
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Displaying and using the On-Screen Remote
You can display and use the On-Screen Remote on the TV's screen by pressing the MENU/123 button
on the Samsung Smart Control.
Button Description
Menu Displays the menu on the screen.
Voice Recognition Runs the Voice Recognition function.
Guide Displays the Electronic Programme Guide (EPG).
Info Displays information about the current programme or content.
Channel List Launches the Channel List.
Sports Mode
Turns the Sports Mode on or off.
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" For more information, refer to "Making Sports programmes More Realistic with
Sports Mode".
EXTRA Displays related information about the current programme.
African Cinema Mode Turns the African Cinema Mode on or off.
e-Manual Opens the e-Manual.
Picture Size Changes the picture size.
Picture Mode Changes the picture mode.
Speakers Allows you to select the speakers that will play the TV's audio.
D
Accesses additional features and functions offered by the broadcast you watched.
To use this button, the Auto Run Data Service is set to On, and the broadcast
should be support the Data Service.
Dual
When you press the Dual button the first time, the current dual mode is displayed
on the screen.
Press the Dual button again to change the dual mode.
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Button Description
Audio Description/
Subtitles
Displays the Accessibility Shortcuts. Select the options to turn them on or off.
Audio Language Selects a audio language.
Sleep Timer Shuts off the TV automatically after a preset period of time.
Tools Displays the Tool's menu on the screen.
Source Displays and selects available video sources.
Power Turns off the TV.
Use these coloured buttons to access additional options specific to the feature in
use.
Move Number Pad
to the Right / Move
Number Pad to the
Left
Moves the number pad to the left or right.
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" The On-Screen Remote buttons may vary, depending on the TV model, region, and the TV functions you are
using.
"
" To change the order of the menu options on the first row, select a menu option to move, press and hold the
Enter button, and then select the directional buttons displayed to specify a new position.
Pairing the TV to the Samsung Smart Control
When you turn on the TV for the first time, the Samsung Smart Control pairs to the TV automatically.
If the Smart Control does not pair to the TV automatically, point it at the remote control sensor of the
TV, then press the ① and ② buttons on the Samsung Smart Control simultaneously for 3 seconds or
more.
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Controlling External Devices with the TV Remote -
Using the Universal Remote
(MENU/123) MENU System Universal remote setup
You can control external devices connected to the TV using the TV's remote control.
"
" This function is only supported for S9 series models or for J6300, J6330, J6390 series models within CIS
region.
"
" You can also use the Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC) function to operate external Samsung devices with your TV's
remote control without any additional setup. Refer to "Using Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC)" for more information.
"
" Certain external devices connected to the TV may not support the universal remote feature.
Setting up the universal remote control
1. Connect the external device to control with the universal remote control to the HDMI port on the
TV, and then turn on the external device.
2. Press the SOURCE button on your remote control to bring up the Source screen.
3. Select the Universal remote setup.
4. Follow the directions on the screen to complete the set up and register the device. The directions
will be different, depending on the device you want to control.
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" If the external device does not respond after being registered, register it again using its model number.
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" The TV memorises both the external device and the connection (HDMI 1, HDMI 2, etc.) the device is
connected to.
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Using the Tools menu on the TV screen
Press the TOOLS button to display the Tools menu on the TV’s screen. The following menu options
are available.
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● Picture Size: Changes the picture size.
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● Picture Mode: Changes the picture mode.
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● Network: Allows you to connect the TV to the Internet in a wired or wireless connection.
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● Audio Description/Subtitles: Displays the Accessibility Shortcuts. Select the options to turn
them on or off.
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● Audio Language: Selects a audio language.
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● Speakers: Allows you to select the speakers that will play the TV's audio.
●
● Sleep Timer: Shuts off the TV automatically after a preset period of time.
●
● Dual: When you press the Dual button the first time, the current dual mode is displayed on the
screen. Press the Dual button again to change the dual mode.
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● e-Manual: Opens the e-Manual.
"
" The Tools menu options may differ with the model and geographical area.
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" To change the order of the menu options on the first row, select a menu option to move, press and hold
the Enter button, and then select the directional buttons displayed to specify a new position.
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Controlling the TV with a Keyboard
(MENU/123) MENU System Device Manager Keyboard Settings Try Now
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" Certain models are not compatible with USB HID class keyboards.
Connecting a keyboard
Connecting a USB keyboard
Plug the keyboard cable into the TV's USB port.
Connecting a Bluetooth keyboard
1. Place the Bluetooth keyboard into standby status.
2. Select (MENU/123) MENU System Device Manager Keyboard Settings Add Bluetooth
Keyboard. The TV automatically scans for available keyboards. Try Now
"
" If your keyboard was not detected, position the keyboard close to the TV, and then select Refresh. The
TV scans for available keyboards again.
3. Select the Bluetooth keyboard from the scan list, and then select Pair and connect. A number
appears on the screen.
4. Enter the number using the Bluetooth keyboard. This pairs the Bluetooth keyboard to the TV.
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Using the keyboard
You can use the following remote features with the USB or Bluetooth keyboard connected to the TV.
Keyboard Remote control functions
Directional keys Moves the focus
Windows key Displays the menu
Menu list key Displays the On-Screen Remote
Enter key Selects or runs a focused item
ESC key Returns to the previous screen
F1 / F2 / F3 / F4 key / / /
F5 key Launches the button
F6 key Displays the source screen
F7 key Launches the Channel List
F8 key Mutes the sound
F9 / F10 key Adjusts the volume
F11 / F12 key Changes the channel
Changing keyboard settings
Select (MENU/123) MENU System Device Manager Keyboard Settings Keyboard Options.
Try Now
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● Keyboard Language
Displays the languages you can use on your keyboard and lets you select a language.
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● Keyboard type
Displays a list of keyboard types and lets you select a type that matches the Keyboard language
you selected.
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" The list of keyboard type differs depending on the language you selected under Keyboard Language.
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● Switch Input Language
Displays a list of keys you can use to toggle between languages and lets you select a key.
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Controlling the TV with a Mouse
(MENU/123) MENU System Device Manager Mouse Settings Try Now
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" Certain models are not compatible with USB HID class mice.
Connecting a USB mouse
Plug the mouse cable into the TV's USB port.
Connecting a Bluetooth mouse
1. Place the Bluetooth mouse in standby status.
2. Select (MENU/123) MENU System Device Manager Mouse Settings Add Bluetooth
Mouse. Try Now
3. Select the Bluetooth mouse from the scanned list, and then select Pair and connect. This pairs
the Bluetooth mouse to the TV.
Using a mouse
You can use a pointer to control the TV in the same way you use a pointer on a computer.
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● Selecting and running an item
Left-click the mouse.
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● Scrolling the TV menu or screen
Scroll the mouse wheel up or down.
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● Exiting the TV menu or feature
Place the pointer in any blank point on the screen, and then left-click the mouse.
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Changing mouse buttons and pointer speed
(MENU/123) MENU System Device Manager Mouse Settings Mouse Options Try Now
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● Primary Button
Select which or buttons to use when selecting and running items.
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● Pointer Speed
Adjust the movement speed of the pointer.
Connecting a Bluetooth Gamepad
(MENU/123) MENU System Device Manager Bluetooth Gamepad Settings Try Now
You can play the games downloaded and installed on the Smart Hub service using a Bluetooth
gamepad. Select Bluetooth Gamepad Settings, and then place your Bluetooth gamepad close to
your TV. The TV scans for available Bluetooth gamepads automatically. (DualShock®4, a gamepad
optimised for PlayStation, is recommended.) After scanning, you can use the Bluetooth gamepad to
play games.
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" If the TV fails to find your Bluetooth gamepad, place it closer to the TV, and then select Refresh. For more
information on pairing, refer to the Bluetooth gamepad's operating manual.
Entering Text using the On-Screen QWERTY Keypad
Using additional functions
Select on the QWERTY keyboard screen. The following options are available:
●
● Recommend text
Enables or disables the recommended text feature. The keyboard displays recommended words
so that you can enter the text more easily.
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● Reset recommended text data
Deletes both the recommended words and the memorised words to clear the list.
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● Predict Next Character (when using direction buttons)
Enables or disables the text prediction feature.
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● Language
Selects a language from the list.
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" This function may not support depending on the country.
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Smart Hub
(MENU/123) MENU Smart Hub Open Smart Hub Try Now
Recent Featured
GAMES Search YouTube TuneIn Vimeo YuppTV AccuWeat… MY CON
Apps
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" The image may differ with the specific model and area.
You can surf the web, download apps with Smart Hub. In addition, you can enjoy photo, video, and
music files stored on external storage devices. Place a finger on the POINTER button to display the
pointer on the screen. Select at the bottom of the screen to launch Smart Hub.
On the standard remote control, press the button on the remote control.
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" To run Smart Hub while you are using a service provided by Smart Hub, go to the same path as described
above.
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Removing or pinning an item in the Recent group
To remove or pin an item in the Recent group, press the button on the remote control. The
following icons are available.
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● : Deletes the item. Although you remove an item from the Recent group, it is not removed
from your TV.
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● : Pin the item to the first position. To unpin the item, select again.
Launching Smart Hub automatically
(MENU/123) MENU Smart Hub Auto-Start Settings Smart Hub
You can start Smart Hub automatically when you turn on the TV.
Testing Smart Hub connections
(MENU/123) MENU Support Self Diagnosis Smart Hub Connection Test Try Now
When Smart Hub is not working, select Smart Hub Connection Test. The connection Test diagnoses
the problem by checking the internet connection, your ISP, the Samsung server, and the Apps service.
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" If Smart Hub continues to have problems after completing the test, contact your Internet Service Provider or
a Samsung Service Centre.
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Using the Smart Hub tutorial
(MENU/123) MENU Support Smart Hub Tutorial
You can learn the basics of using Smart Hub and the Smart Hub service in detail.
Resetting Smart Hub
(MENU/123) MENU Smart Hub Reset Smart Hub Try Now
You can remove the Samsung accounts saved in the TV and everything linked to them, including apps.
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" Some of the Smart Hub services are for pay services. To use a for pay service, you must have an account
with the service provider or a Samsung account. For more information, refer to "Using Smart Hub with a
Samsung Account."
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" To use this feature, the TV must be connected to the Internet.
"
" Some Smart Hub features may not be available depending on the service provider, language, or region.
"
" Smart Hub service outages can be caused by disruptions in your Internet service.
"
" To use Smart Hub, you must agree to the end user agreement and privacy policy. Otherwise, you will not
be able to access the features and services associated with them. You can view the entire text of the Terms
& Policy by navigating to (MENU/123) MENU Smart Hub Terms & Policy. If you want to stop using
Smart Hub, you can cancel the agreement. Try Now
"
" To view help information about Smart Hub, select the button on the Recent screen.

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