Check Network Connection on Samsung Smart TV - How to do it ?

Samsung TV

Your Samsung Smart TV provides you with the capability of streaming audio and video content from the internet. 


In order for this to work properly, your TV must have a reliable connection to both your network and the internet. 


Through this guide by Fixwebnode, you will learn how to check the quality of that connection at any time. 


How to check Network Status on your Samsung Smart TV  ?

  • Begin by pressing Menu on your remote. 
  • Then, navigate to Network
  • Next, Select Network Status
  • This page will indicate if you are connected to the internet. 
  • From here, you can select  IP Settings to access your IP address.


How to troubleshoot connection problems on your Samsung Smart TV ?
  • Make sure that your TV is turned on and that the power cord is properly plugged in.
  • Make sure that your router is turned on and that the power cord is properly plugged in.
  • Make sure that your Wi-Fi network is working properly. Try connecting another device to your Wi-Fi network to see if it works.
  • Update the firmware on your TV. You can find firmware updates on the Samsung TV Settings section with by using your TV remote.
  • Restart your router. To do this, unplug the power cord from your router and wait for about 1 minute. Then, plug the power cord back in and wait for the router to start up.
  • Check the Wi-Fi signal strength. To do this, look at the Network Status screen and see what the signal strength is. If the signal strength is weak, then you may need to move your TV closer to your router.
  • Restart the TV. If you have checked all of the above and you are still having trouble connecting to the internet, you can try restarting the TV. To do this, press and hold the POWER button on the TV remote for about 10 seconds.


In fact, there are a few simple steps you can take to troubleshoot connectivity issues on your Samsung Smart TV. 


Check that your Wi-Fi or Ethernet network connection is properly set up and showing as "Connected" in the Settings menu. 


Restarting your router and TV can often refresh the network connection and resolve temporary glitches. 


Checking your network speed will ensure you have a fast enough connection for streaming content to your TV. 


With some basic troubleshooting, you should be back to streaming your favorite shows and enjoying all the features of your Samsung Smart TV.

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