Mobile : Turn Your TV on to a Galaxy of Remote Possibilities
Tired of combing through the couch cushions to find the remote? Does turning on your TV require operating a small arsenal of devices? With the Samsung TV Remote App™, you can use your Samsung Galaxy S™ smartphone or Samsung Galaxy Tab™ to control your TV and maximize your viewing experience.
The Samsung TV Remote App lets you consolidate your remote devices and navigate the possibilities of your home entertainment system right from your Galaxy S smartphone or Galaxy Tab. It’s another way you can utilize the full potential of your Samsung mobile device and streamline your viewing experience. Now everything you need to maximize your entertainment experience can be controlled all in one place, making the hassle and confusion of multiple remotes a thing of the past.
One Device Controls Your Entertainment Universe
The Samsung TV Remote App enables you to control select Wi-Fi enabled Samsung TV models using your Samsung Galaxy device. Now you can control all of your TV’s settings, such as ON/OFF function, channel navigation and volume control from the same Samsung device you already know and love.
The four-way directional pad makes it a breeze to easily navigate your apps, and the on-screen standard (QWERTY) keyboard allows you to input all of the necessary information for your TV’s functions, controls and other Samsung apps—right on the big screen.
All Your TV Apps in One Place
What’s more, the Samsung TV Remote App gives you far greater control and functionality when using other TV apps as well. Stream movies instantly with the Netflix app and control your home entertainment settings for optimal viewing. Browse more viewing choices with the Hulu Plus™ app and catch your favorite shows like Glee, Modern Family or House without breaking a sweat. Or surf through videos and content on Vimeo™, YouTube™ and Break.com™. Whatever you’re in the mood for, you’re in total control.
Make Sure Your TV Is Compatible
Before you get started, be sure to check if the Samsung TV Remote App will work with your particular Samsung TV. Nearly all of the Samsung 2010 TV models are easily compatible with the Samsung TV Remote App, including:
- LED C6400 series and higher
- LCD C650 series and higher
- Plasma C6500 series and higher
- Select 2011 Smart TVs
Simple Set-up Makes It Easy to Get Connected
Best of all, you don’t need a degree in computer science to get started. Here are the basic steps you need to set up and control your home entertainment system with the Samsung TV Remote App:
- To begin, go to “Setup” on your Samsung TV’s Menu and look for “Wireless Remote Control”. (If you don’t see this menu option, then chances are your TV is not compatible with this remote function.)
- Then, simply connect your TV’s LAN port to your wireless router using a standard Cat-5 cable.
- Or instead of using a wireless router, another option is to connect the Samsung Wireless LAN Adapter to your TV’s USB port.
- Finally, make sure your phone line is connected to the wireless router.
That’s all there is to it. Now you’re ready to sit back, relax and enjoy the show.
Smart Shopping Tips
If you’re in the market for a new TV, there’s never been a better time to take advantage of all of the technology and resources now available. When shopping, be sure to ask the sales associate if the model is designed for wireless remote capability so you can synchronize your mobile devices and your at-home entertainment system. The sales associate can also help you determine if you have all of the proper cables to get you up and running in a flash.
Enjoy the Benefits of Remote Technology for Free
Best of all, you can enjoy all of the many features of the Samsung TV Remote App for the low, low price of absolutely free. To download, simply go to Google Play™ and follow the easy instructions. In a matter of minutes, the Samsung TV Remote App will put the world of home entertainment on your Samsung Galaxy S smartphone or Tab—and change your viewing experience forever.
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