To enable AirPlay on your Samsung TV, you will go into the settings of your TV first. To do this, navigate to ‘Settings’ > ‘General’ > ‘AirPlay Settings’ > ‘AirPlay’ > and then turn the AirPlay feature ‘On’ if it has not yet been switched on. Once you have done this, your TV will be in a constant mode to be able to mirror whatever you please without having to enable the feature again.
The first thing you should check is to see that the batteries powering the remote are fully charged. The next thing you will need to check is that the IR (infrared) sensor is working correctly, and you can do this by utilizing (pressing) any other button on the remote. If these options do not solve the problem, you will need to hard reset (factory rest) your tv and finally, if that does not fix the problem, you may need to replace the remote due to it being faulty.
As a general rule, the Roku remote finder button won’t make your Roku remote beep if the remote is out of WiFi range, or is out of battery. Your Roku device also needs to be connected to the internet for the remote finder to work. If these are all fine and it doesn’t work, reset your Roku device.
Android version 9 has lost the ability to utilize this feature, and currently, there is no workaround, so some Sony TVs have lost this capability. What you will need to do if you would like this feature before Sony releases a fix is to roll back your Android version on your TV to a version that supports this feature.
Some devices will send a signal in error, causing your TV to keep switching. The ability to turn the automatic HDMI switching has been coded in recent Samsung firmware, and you are able to activate it with your remote. Point your remote at your Samsung TV and input the code, which is: mute – 7 – 2 – 9 – exit. This should solve your problem.
If you have an LG Smart TV, it is completely capable of using a Bluetooth keyboard. To connect a Bluetooth keyboard to your LG TV, you will first need to get your keyboard into pairing mode by pressing and holding the Bluetooth 1 key on the keyboard for 5 seconds. You will know that your keyboard has entered pairing mode when the blue LED light flashed repeatedly in half-second bursts.
As a general rule you should restart both your Roku, and your wireless router. After that you should verify that your internet connection is working 100%. To do that you should contact your internet provider. If neither of these fix the issues there are a few more things to try.
As a general rule a flashing light on your Roku can be either green or white. If it’s a green light then your Roku remote is in pairing mode. And to pair it you’ll need to use the Roku app on your smartphone or use an old Roku remote to search for devices and connect them.
As a general rule, you’ll want to first restart your Samsung TV by turning it off, and unplugging it at the wall for 2 minutes. Then turn it back on again. If that doesn’t fix it then you’ll want to have a look at your speaker system to see that it’s all connected.
As a whole you’ll want to first try playing another movie or TV show. If another TV show or movie works it means that the TV show or movie you were trying to watch is broken. And you should report the problem to Netflix so they can fix it. Otherwise it’s an issue with the speaker settings.