How to Set Up Your Samsung TV With Wi-Fi in Three Easy Steps

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Are you looking for a guide on how to connect your Samsung TV to Wi-Fi? In this blog post, we will provide the steps you need to take to successfully set up your new Samsung Smart TV.

The first step is to make sure that you have an active Internet connection and access to the router or modem which is connected. Your Internet connection should be either through Ethernet cable or Wire Less LAN technology. Once you have verified this all is ready, move on to the next step.

Next, turn on your Samsung Smart TV and press the Menu button located on the remote control. From there select “Network” and then “Network Settings”. At this stage, you should be able to see two options: “Wireless” or “Wired” depending on how your Internet connection is established. Select the most suitable option for your setup and wait until it scans for available networks.

After a short wait, a list of networks should appear in front of you. Choose the network which corresponds with your home WiFi router, enter its password, and wait for a few seconds until it establishes a connection using DHCP protocol. If everything goes well you should see green checkmarks next to each entry in the Network Status menu.

You may also have additional settings such as changing DNS server addresses but these are optional and rarely used by home users unless instructed by their ISP provider or network administrator. If satisfied with what you have done so far select “Test Connection” from the Network Status menu and wait until it runs its tests without any errors being reported. If at any point during the process, you happen to get stuck somewhere please consult the user manual for that particular model or contact customer support as last resort measure

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Congratulations! You now know how to connect your Samsung Smart TV with Wi-Fi! We hope that this guide was useful and easy to follow along – if it was please comment below so we can improve our future content!

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