There are a few feasible reasons that the TV doesn’t detect Wi-Fi. One is that you have a TV that does not support Wi-Fi and your router is not set to support older Wi-Fi conventions. Or it could be that the router is set to only obtain certain MAC addresses. Or the TV could have a bad Wi-Fi radio or maybe it is one of the older devices that needs an outermost Wi-Fi adapter.
Connect your Samsung Smart TV to the internet:
The best way to connect may be a hard-wired Ethernet cable or use a power line network link if the router is not close to the Samsung. If you wish to easily move data between your Samsung Smart TV and your Samsung mobile phone, try using Wi-Fi direct. Wi-Fi direct technology permits you to make a direct connection between equal models without having to link both of them to a Wi-Fi router.
That means you can send out photos, videos, or presentations directly from your Samsung handset to your Samsung TV, even if your TV is not joint to the internet. so let’s move on to knowing how to connect Samsung TV to Wi-Fi.
Connecting to the internet via Wi-Fi:
Connecting to Wi-Fi is the easiest and most seamless way to access the internet on your TV. Make sure you have your wireless network name (SSID) and password before trying to connect.
1 Tap to the Home button on your TV’s remote to open the Smart Hub.
2 Utilize the directive pad of the remote to choose Settings, select General, and select Network.
3 Choose Open Network Settings.
4 Choose the Wireless option.
5 Tap to select the name of your Wi-Fi network.
6 Type network password, if implored, choose Done, and then pick OK.
Remark:2018 devices NU7100/NU710D, NU7200, and NU7300/NU730D only support 2.4 Ghz networks. They will not fetch 5 Ghz networks. This will root your Wi-Fi network to not comes on the record.
Through the wired network (Ethernet) link to the internet:
1 Attach an Ethernet cable to the LAN port on the One Connect Box or back of the TV and then affix the other end to your router or modem.
2 Click on the Home button on your TV’s remote to open the Smart Hub.
3 Make use of the directive pad of the remote to choose Settings, pick General, and choose Network.
4 Pick out Open Network Settings.
5 Choose Wired options.
6 Tap OK once your TV is linked to the internet.
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