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Wireless internet connection on Samsung displays
Wireless internet connection on Samsung displays

Wireless Internet connection for Samsung displays

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Written by Chris Sloan
Updated over a week ago

How to connect your Samsung commercial display to the internet using wifi

Using the Samsung Remote

The Samsung remote is your key to accessing the internet on your display. Here's how to use it:

Step 1: Access the Network Settings

To begin, press the Menu button on your Samsung remote. This will bring up the main menu on your screen. Using the arrow keys on your remote, navigate to the "Network" option and press the Select button.

Step 2: Open Network Settings

Once you've selected the Network option, you'll see a list of network settings. Use the arrow keys to navigate to the "Open Network Settings" option and press Select.

Step 3: Choose Your Connection Type

In the Network Settings menu, you'll see options for both wireless and wired connections. Use the arrow keys to select wireless connection and press Select.

Step 4: Connect to Your Network

Your display will scan for available networks. Once it finds your network, use the arrow keys to select it and press Select. If your network is password-protected, you'll be prompted to enter the password. Use the on-screen keyboard to enter your password and press Enter.

Step 5: Test Your Connection

After you've entered your password, your display will perform a test on the wireless connection. If the test is successful, your display will display a message saying it's connected to the internet. If the test fails, you may need to troubleshoot your network or try a different connection type.

Step 6: Relaunch the Menuboard Manager

Once your display is connected to the internet, you can access all of your favorite apps and streaming services. To do this, press the Home button on your remote and select the far left option Menuboard Manager/URL Launcher/Custom App to relaunch the Menuboard Manager application.

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