A universal remote can be a great option to control your home entertainment system. These handy gadgets can easily command your Samsung television, as well as all of your external devices so you can have one remote that literally does it all! However, in order to enjoy this option, you will need to connect the universal remote to your TV with a code. And you’re probably wondering what are the universal remote codes for a Samsung TV?
While there are several ways to connect a universal remote to a Samsung TV, you will most likely need a code to do so. The first code to try is 0101.
If that code does not work, don’t stress! There are 40 other codes you can try. In the following sections, we are going to discuss what these codes are, as well as how to find the right one for your Samsung television, how to connect a universal remote, and if worse comes to worst, how to connect the universal remote to your Samsung TV with no code at all!
What Are the Other Codes for a Samsung TV?
When you purchased your universal remote, it should have come with a user manual that will make your life a whole lot easier! Inside the manual, you can find the code you need to pair the device with your Samsung TV.
You should start this process by using the code 0101, but if that doesn’t work, and you cannot find your user manual, there is another way. It’s a bit more tedious and time consuming, but you can simply try each one of the numbers listed below.
- 0019, 0618, 0644 , 0056
- 0060, 0587 , 0037, 0178
- 0030, 0556, 0009, 0702
- 0774, 0093, 0217, 0448
- 0747, 0482, 0370, 0264
- 0329, 0090, 0032, 1060
- 0216, 0290, 0154, 0150
- 0092, 0072, 0179, 0208
- 0519, 0156, 0163, 0625
- 0226, 0812, 0817, 0821
Now that you know all of the possible codes you might need for setting up a universal remote to work with your Samsung TV, you may want to learn how to connect the two!
How to Set Up a Universal Remote on a Samsung TV
Using a universal remote can make your life a lot easier in the long run, but unfortunately, setting it up can be a bit frustrating. While you will need separate directions to connect your universal remote to each of the individual devices you want to control, we can help you connect it to your Samsung TV!
As there are several different models of universal remotes, there are several different options for how to set up your new remote. However, most universal remotes will connect to your Samsung TV with the instructions below.
- Make sure your Samsung TV is on.
- Ensure there is nothing blocking the sensor and the remote is pointed directly at the television.
- Hold down the “TV” device option on the universal remote.
- The buttons will then light up.
- Continue to hold down the “TV” button and enter the code 0101 (if that code doesn’t work, you may have to try some of the others.)
- The power button should light up, meaning your Samsung TV is now connected!
If you want to learn a little more about the options for universal remotes and specifically which kind may be the best option for your Samsung TV and your home, everything you need to know is right here.
What If None of the Code Are Working?
While you can simply try every code we have listed above, it’s not necessarily the fastest process. And there is a slight chance that none of these codes will work for your Samsung TV if you have an older model.
The good news is, there are a few websites which offer comprehensive lists of each and every television on the market and their specific codes.
How To Set Up a Universal Remote Without a Code
If push comes to shove and you are going crazy because you cannot seem to find the right code, there is a way to set up most universal remotes without a code.
- Press and hold the SET button and simultaneously pressing the number zero button four times.
- Press the ON button for one second, release for one second, and continue this process until the TV turns itself off.
- Press OK or ENTER.
Your universal remote and Samsung TV should now be successfully linked!
Universal remotes are a great option for controlling your home entertainment system, including your Samsung TV with just one easy appliance.
Hopefully, the Samsung TV code of 0101 worked on the first try! But if not, at least now you know all your available options so that you can connect your universal remote with your Samsung TV without going crazy!