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How To Connect Your Smart TV To The Internet
|How To Connect Your Smart TV To The Internet by Flex: 12:00 am On February 26, 2018|
Smart TV is gradually taking over and day by day people buy more of it. It is undoubtedly the future of television and clearly shows how far Technology has gone.
With a Smart TV, you can connect your television to the internet, you can share wifi network, you can play online video games, and you can even connect your social media accounts.
But before you start enjoying all these benefits, you must learn how to connect your Smary TV to the internet. So this post covers ways to connect your TV to the internet. Read on!
First, I will like to congratulate you on the purchase of your first Smart TV. Now it’s time to connect it online so that you can enjoy streaming videos on Netflix and similar services.
There are two key ways to connect your Smart TV to the internet. One is via awireless connection, while the other is via a wired connection.
1. USING A WIRELESS CONNECTION
If you are using your smartphone, make sure you have a reliable 4G connection or else you must be prepared to endure a lot of buffering and stuttering while using your TV.
Here are the steps to connect your Smart TV to the internet via Wi-Fi. Note that depending on your Smart TV’s brand, the exact name and process may be slightly different, but will fit within these steps:
2. USING A WIRED CONNECTION
Here is what to do:
Your Smart TV Should attempt to connect to a wireless network. If it doesn’t find one, it will attempt to connect to your Wi-Fi. If it does not attempt any connection, skip this step.
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