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Remotes are not sold on Samsung.com; they are instead available on our parts website, samsungparts.com. There are many models of remotes (all with slight variations), but you can find the exact remote your TV/projector came with by searching for your model number and then scrolling through the list until you see the remote.
Remotes can vary in price for different models; however, our IR remotes work with all of our TVs and projectors. In other words, you can pick any IR remote you like and it will work, even if your model isn't listed as compatible with that remote.
Because of this, we recommend BN59-01301A as a replacement remote. This is one of the newer and cheaper models (around 15 dollars on samsungparts.com) and offers basic functionality, if that's all you need.
Most universal remotes will work with your Samsung TV or projector as well, such as those found on Amazon or possibly even the remote that was included with your cable or satellite box. If you buy a universal remote, make sure the remote says it is compatible with Samsung before you buy it.
If you've lost your remote or haven't set this up yet, your Samsung TV or projector will ask permission for your Galaxy phone to connect. You can then use the TV Controller button (sometimes called a jog controller) on the back of your TV to grant the permission. Please see your user manual for specific instructions if you're unsure.
The Samsung SmartThings app lets you control your TV or projector no matter where you are. Just connect your phone, navigate to SmartThings, and then select your device from the list of available devices. From there, you can use the remote control features.
There are also many third-party remote control apps available from the Google Play and iTunes stores. Peel and SURE are are two popular options, and they're both available for Android and iOS.
Do you have an older Samsung TV at home Did you know that you can use the remote from ANY Samsung TV to perform at least a few functions. Even if the remote you are missing is a Smart Remote, an older IR remote from a Samsung TV should be able perform most of the following functions:
Universal remotes are generally used to control multiple devices and will work on most major TVs and home electronics. You can buy a universal remote to control your Samsung TV or projector, though you may already own one if you have a cable or satellite set top box, Roku player, Fire TV, or a game console remote.
The universal remote needs to be programmed to control your Samsung device with a code. Most of the time these codes are preprogrammed, but if the remote is not working, you'll need to obtain additional codes for Samsung from the remote's manufacturer.
Even if you don't currently have a remote, you can turn on the TV, adjust the volume, change the channel, and more right on the TV itself. TVs from 2019 and later use a single button that, when pressed, displays on the TV screen and cycles through the available functions each time you press it. To use a function, press and hold the button.
Some older models will have either several buttons on the right side of the TV or a joystick-like button on the lower right back of the TV. Refer to your TV's user manual to check the location and type of controls.
Not ready to throw the old one out just yet Think it still has some life left in it If you still have your remote but it's not working, see our troubleshooting guide for steps to get it working again.
Use your Android phone or tablet as a remote for your Android TV. Easily switch between d-pad and touchpad modes to navigate content and play games on your Android TV device. Tap the mic to start a voice search, or use the keyboard to input text on Android TV.
Original - This is identical to the remote you originally received with your device. Unlike some cheaper replicas out there, we only sell genuine Samsung controls direct from the manufacturer.
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