Control lights, thermostats, locks and more from your Samsung Smart TV
From its beginnings as a budget TV maker in the 1970s, Samsung is today the largest and most innovative TV maker in the world, offering products in a variety of price ranges and screen sizes. Samsung is by no means slow when it comes to TV innovation.
Samsung Smart TVs have a full web browser. Some future 2019 models will also feature remote access, which will allow you to control a networked PC or laptop from your TV.
In addition to video, streaming and PC control capabilities, Samsung has added another benefit: smart home control with SmartThings.
Home Control with TV and SmartThings
Home control typically requires separate physical and operational infrastructure (which can be expensive in many cases), but Samsung is adding to its burgeoning market for simpler, more affordable alternatives like home systems. Family. Via the SmartThings platform.
Samsung’s alternative could take advantage of the TV and use it as part of a home control environment. When the SmartThings app is activated on a smartphone (iOS or Android) and selected Samsung Smart TVs, home control functions can be accessed through the TV’s own operating system in addition to the smartphone.
Your TV, smartphone and SmartThings device must be connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
Set up your Samsung Smart TV to use SmartThings
To see if your TV is compatible with SmartThings, check Compatible Devices section of the SmartThings smartphone app.
2016/17 (K, M) Samsung Smart TVs can be controlled using the SmartThings smartphone app, but only 2018 (N), 2019 and later models can access the SmartThings app that allows remote control of SmartThings version through the use of a TV device. However, if you have a pre-2018 model, be sure to check the compatibility level with SmartThings, as firmware updates may change the previous state.
of Smartphone App DashboardPlay Supported Devices†
touch tv, and find your model.
If you successfully found your Samsung Smart TV compatible with SmartThings, You may be prompted to update your TV’s firmware† If so, run the update on your TV and perform the following additional steps when complete:
Many Samsung TVs now have SmartThings installed. Check it out first.
over you Samsung Smart TV Remotechoose application†
choose search in the application menu†
write smart stuff bubble TV version of the SmartThings app†
After installing the app, you can open it to view, monitor and control SmartThings hubs and devices from your TV.
To do this, you will need a SmartThings hub and SmartThings compatible devices such as lights, surveillance cameras, locks, thermostats, multi-room audio components and other compatible SmartThings devices.
You must create a Samsung account or log in to your Samsung account and set up the SmartThings Hub (other SmartThings devices may also require separate setup) to use the SmartThing controls. Once logged in, all devices registered to your account with SmartThings will automatically appear.
For home theater enthusiasts, SmartThings can control various elements of your viewing environment (turn on the TV and set commands to control other A/V equipment, dim the lights and/or close the curtains, and maybe even turn on the popcorn maker).
In addition to Samsung’s own SmartThings compatible devices and devices, other brands also offer Samsung SmartThings compatible products:
- Philips: Hue Bulb
- Sylvania: Smart bulbs and plugs
- Kwikset, Schlage and Yale University: Lock
- Allo: Surveillance cameras
- ecological bee: Thermostat
- Honeywell: Thermostats and switches.
- ring: Video intercom and security camera.
- Lutron Wireless Caserta: Light switches and controls.
- Bose: Select the SoundTouch audio system and wireless speakers.
- sound: Sonos One wireless speaker and Sonos Beam soundbar.
Using the SmartThings app on your Samsung TV
SmartThings extends your TV’s role beyond entertainment and as a tool to enhance your lifestyle by controlling many home appliances.
You can use your TV in the Samsung SmartThings environment in two ways:
- Control selected functions of the TV via the SmartThings app (shutdown, channel selection, volume/mute) on the TV or phone.
- Manage and check the status of other SmartThings devices from your TV without using your smartphone.
With your smartphone or TV’s compatible voice remote, you can use Bixby to control your SmartThings or Use with SmartThings devices.
You can also use Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa to control your Samsung Smart TV and many SmartThings devices.
Samsung Makes Smart TVs Smarter with SmartThings
Control lights, thermostats, locks, and more from your Samsung Smart TV
Starting off as a budget TV maker in the 1970s, Samsung now holds the distinction of being the world’s largest, and one its most innovative TV makers – with offerings across all price ranges and screen sizes. When it comes to TV innovation, Samsung definitely doesn’t take a back seat to anyone.
Samsung Smart TVs include a full web-browser. Select 2019 models going forward also include Remote Access, which allows you to operate a network-connected PC or Laptop from the TV.
In addition to the video, streaming, and PC control features, Samsung has added another bonus: Smart home control with SmartThings.
Samsung Home Control with Your TV and SmartThings
Ordinarily, home control is something that requires a separate physical and operating infrastructure (in many cases it can be expensive), but Samsung adds its twist to the fast-growing market of simpler and affordable alternatives, such as Alexa and Google Home-based systems by way of its SmartThings platform.
Samsung’s alternative can take advantage of a TV and use it as part of the home control environment. When the SmartThings App is activated on both a smartphone (iOS or Android) and select Samsung Smart TVs, home control features can be accessed via the TV’s own operating system, in addition to the smartphone.
Your TV, smartphone, and SmartThings devices all need to be connected to the same WiFi network.
Setting Up Your Samsung Smart TV to Work With SmartThings
To see if your TV is compatible with SmartThings, check the Supported Devices section of the SmartThings Smartphone app.
2016/17 (K, M) model-year Samsung Smart TVs can be controlled by the SmartThings Smartphone App, but only 2018 (N), 2019, and model years going forward have access to the TV version of the SmartThings app which allows control external SmartThings devices using the TV. However, if you have a pre-2018 model, definitely check its degree of compatibility with SmartThings as firmware updates may change the above status.
From the Smartphone App Dashboard, tap Supported Devices.
Tap TV, and look for your model.
If you successfully find that your Samsung Smart TV is compatible with SmartThings, you may be prompted to update the TV’s firmware. If so, perform the update on your TV and, when completed, following follow these additional steps:
Many Samsung TVs now come with SmartThings installed. Check for it first.
On your Samsung Smart TV Remote, select Apps.
Select the Search in the Apps Menu.
Type SmartThings to call up the TV version of the SmartThings App.
Once the app is installed, you can open it to view, monitor and control your SmartThings hub and devices using your TV.
To make this work, you will need a SmartThings Hub and SmartThings-enabled devices, such as lights, surveillance cameras, locks, thermostats, multi-room audio components, and other compatible appliances SmartThings supports.
You need to create or sign in to your Samsung Account and Set Up your SmartThings Hub (also, additional SmartThings devices may also require separate setup) to use the SmartThing control features. Once signed in, any devices registered to your account through SmartThings should automatically show up.
For the home theater fan, SmartThings can control several elements of your viewing environment (turn on the TV and set up commands that control other audio and video devices, dim the lights and/or shut the blinds, and maybe even turn on that popcorn popper).
In addition to Samsung’s own branded SmartThings compatible appliances and devices, other brands provide products that work with Samsung SmartThings include:
Philips: Hue Lights
Sylvania: Lights and smart plugs
Kwikset, Schlage, and Yale: Locks
Arlo: Security Cameras
Honeywell: Thermostats and switches.
Ring: Video doorbells and security cameras.
Casetta Wireless by Lutron: Light switches and dimmers.
Bose: Select SoundTouch audio systems and wireless speakers.
Sonos: Sonos One wireless speaker and Sonos Beam soundbar.
Using the SmartThings App With Samsung TV
SmartThings expands the role of your TV beyond entertainment and as a tool to enhance your lifestyle via control of many household devices.
You can use your TV two ways within the Samsung SmartThings environment:
Control selected functions your TV via the SmartThings App (power off, channel selection, volume/mute) on your TV or mobile phone.
Control and check the status of other SmartThings devices via your TV without having to use your Smartphone.
With a Smartphone or compatible TV voice remote, you can use Bixby to control your SmartThings or “Works With SmartThings” devices.
You may be able to also use Google Assistantor Amazon Alexa to control your Samsung Smart TV and many SmartThings devices.
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