How to Reset Samsung TV Network Settings

If you use a Samsung Smart TV, you must have enjoyed its streaming features. But from time to time, the network settings might act weird and disturb the connection. As a result, you might end up with a Smart TV that does not do anything.

You can make things better by working on the network settings of the TV. If you are not sure of the best way to carry out this task, you can use this article as a guide.

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How to Reset Samsung TV Network Settings

Now here are some of the best ideas for resetting the network settings on a Samsung Smart TV. But before using our advice, we suggest that you check the owner’s manual of the product.

1. Reset the Network

One of the obvious ways to reset the Samsung TV connection is to reset the network itself. For this task, you will need to use the following steps:-

  1. Launch the Settings Icon
  2. Scroll to General – Network – Reset Network Settings
  3. Wait for the process to be completed
  4. Click on Network Settings
  5. Choose Wireless under Network Type
  6. Select the Network and input the password
  7. Save the settings and test the connection

2. Reboot the TV

On most TVs, a simple reboot is the quickest way of dealing with any network issues. But before you can get the desired results, you should use the following steps:-

  1. Switch off the TV and wait for five minutes
  2. Remove the plug from the wall outlet
  3. Wait for 15 more minutes
  4. Connect the TV back to its power source and switch it on
  5. Log in your WiFi password

3. Reset the Smart Hub

If you have network issues on your TV, you can use the Reset option to get things on track. After all, this solution focuses on the Smart Hub of the device.

  1. Switch on the Smart Hub
  2. Navigate to Tools – Settings – Reset
  3. Enter your password/ 0000 into the provided space.
  4. Check if the Network Settings works

4. Update Your TV Firmware

As soon as your firmware becomes outdated, it becomes a home for bugs and network glitches. As a result, your Smart TV will have connection issues with the Internet. Luckily you can remove and deal with these issues by installing updated firmware on the TV.

You can update your Samsung TV Firmware by doing the following:

  1. Visting the Samsung Download Centre on your PC
  2. Input the Model Number of your Samsung Smart TV
  3. Get the firmware file for the model number for your Samsung Smart TV
  4. Download and unzip the file folder
  5. Copy the folder into a USB drive
  6. Connect the USB drive to the TV
  7. Scroll to the TV settings – Software Update – Update Now
  8. Wait for the process to be complete and follow the on-screen instructions.

5. Restart the Router

Sometimes, the network problem might come from the router that was connected to your TV. But if you restart this device, the TV should be able to surf the web without any issues.

If you want to restart your Wifi Router:

  1. Remove the router from a power source
  2. Leave the Wifi Router for a minute
  3. Connect the router to the power source
  4. Reconnect your Smart TV to the router and test the connection.

6. Reach Out to the Samsung Tech Support

If the above-listed ideas do not work for your TV, then you might have to call Samsung Tech Support. Asides from offering tips for resetting the network settings, this service provides the best hands for software/hardware issues.

How to Connect a Samsung TV to WiFi

Resetting your network settings is a great way to restore the data connection on your TV. However, there are other ways that you can restore the connection between your TV and the WiFi network.

1. Stay Away from the Interference

Baby monitors, microwave ovens, and cordless phones emit signals that might disturb the WiFi connection on your Samsung TV. For this reason, it is would be ideal if you kept these gadgets from your Smart TV.

2. Check Your Data Subscription

As you try to fix the network settings on your device, check the status of your data plan. If it is expired or exhausted, there is a high chance that you will not be able to access the Internet. But if you subscribe for a new bundle, the connection should be restored.

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  • Danny Saunders

    Danny Saunders is a tech enthusiast. He enjoys getting his hands dirty with the features and settings of tech products and pushing them to their limits just to know how to get the best from them and how well they can endure "abuse" without breaking down. He shares his findings on this blog.