To fix delaying on a Samsung smart TV, there are a variety of different troubleshooting methods depending on the specific problem you are facing. For example, manually adjust the digital audio output, turn on the Game Mode setting, and even try resetting your network for a better connection.
Samsung TVs are incredibly feature rich and popular TVs. They are in fact one of the most popular TVs in the US today. Sometimes there are some aspects of your Samsung TV that doesn't work and it can be frustrating.
This page is dedicated to help you fix many of the problems you’ll encounter with your Samsung TV. The different tips and tricks on this page would hopefully help you get your Samsung TV to work again.
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To fix a slow response on a Samsung TV, reset the router, be sure the router is within a reasonable distance to the TV, complete a cold boot and clear the cache, drain the TV of power by discharging it, reset the remote control, and complete a speed test to check network speeds.
If your Samsung TV won’t connect to WiFi, reset your router, reset the TV, forget the WiFi network your device is trying to join and add it back once forgotten, disconnect other devices from the network your TV is connecting to, and be sure the correct password has been inputted.
You can connect your Samsung TV to a Sonos soundbar by first downloading the Sonos app to your smart device. Go to ‘Settings’ > ‘System’ > Click on the location of your Sonos soundbar > select ‘TV Setup’ > follow the in-app instructions to complete the setup.
More often than not, when your Samsung TV broadcasting is not working, it is due to the settings being turned off. You can easily reset and restart them by accessing the ‘Broadcasting’ and ‘Source’ sections in the settings menu. If your Samsung TV is still not working or available, you can reset your Samsung TV and try your broadcasting services again.
To reset your Samsung TV account to factory settings, navigate to the “Settings” menu and then go to the “Support” menu, and then “Self Diagnosis.” You will see the option to “Reset” your television after that. Select the reset option to start the factory resetting process.
To connect a Samsung TV to a speaker that is capable of Bluetooth, put the speaker into Bluetooth pairing mode and be sure that it is discoverable. After this, select the speaker from the Bluetooth audio list that appears on your screen and you should be able to have sound instantly.
If the subtitles within Plex are out of sync on your Samsung TV, try adjusting the offset of the subtitles by either increasing or decreasing the increments in which they are displayed, which can be found through the playback settings on your Samsung TV.
To connect a Samsung soundbar to a TCL TV, connect the HDMI cord to the ‘HDMI ARC’ port on the TV and connect the other end of the cable to your soundbar. Turn the TV and soundbar back on and select ‘Settings’ > ‘System’ > ‘Control Other Devices’ > ‘Search for CEC devices’ > ‘OK.’
To enable features on a Samsung TV, navigate to ‘Settings’ on the device and click on ‘Select Smart Features.’ From here you will choose ‘Samsung Account’ and will either enter your login information or create a profile, to which you will be able to access the Smart Hub features.