How To Use Smart Remote On Samsung Galaxy Note 4

How To Use Smart Remote On Samsung Galaxy Note 4
How To Use Smart Remote On Samsung Galaxy Note 4

Learn how to use smart remote on your Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Use this app to connect to TVs, set-top boxes, or projectors and use the device as a remote control.

Starting Smart Remote

Smart Remote lets you control select Wi-Fi-enabled Samsung TV models using your Samsung Galaxy device.

Now you can control all of your TVs settings, such as ON/OFF function, channel navigation, and volume control from the same Samsung device you already know.

  • Tap Smart Remote on the All apps screen.
  • Tap Select country or region and select a country, region, and broadcast service.
  • Tap Personalize, tick your favorite genres and sports, and then tap Next.
  • Tap Age or Gender to set your profile, and then tap Done.
  • Tap Continue.
  • Select the TV brand.
    • To connect the device to a projector and use the device as a remote control, tap I have a projector.
  • Ensure that the devices infrared port is facing the TV and tap TV. Then, tap Yes, this code 1 works if the device turns on the TV.
    • If the device does not turn on the TV, tap Send this code 1 again or No, test next code 2, and then repeat this until the TV recognizes the signal.
  • Select a channel source.

Using the device as a remote control

You can turn the TV on or off, browse channels, or adjust the volume level on the TV using the device as a remote control.

  • Tap Smart Remote on the All apps screen.
  • Select a category at the top of the screen.
  • Face the devices infrared port to the TV, select a TV programme, and then tap WATCH ON TV. The selected programme will be shown on the connected TV.
  • Tap Control menu to change the channel or the volume. The remote control panel appears on the screen.

Setting programme reminders

  • Select a TV programme that is currently not broadcasting.
  • Tap REMIND ME to set an alarm to remind you of the TV programmes start time.

Click here to know more on Samsung Galaxy Note 4.

Amarnath Natarajan

I am a freelance programmer and tech enthusiast. In my spare time I contribute to this website.

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