Issue: Samsung Tv Cannot Connect To Wireless Router

Samsung TV is popular for its high video quality and Wi-Fi connectivity. If your Samsung TV cannot connect to wireless router, follow the quick steps given on this page. The wireless connection problem may occur due to outdated firmware, bugs, incorrect DNS settings, and MAC Address blockage.

Solution 1: Power cycle your Samsung TV

  • Step 1 :If your TV is already turned on, let it operate for 5 minutes and then turn it off.
  • Step 2 :Instead of using a remote to turn it off, unplug the power from the electrical outlet.
  • Step 3 :Next, plug the power cord of your Samsung TV to the electrical outlet.
  • Step 4 :Wait for at least 20 minutes and then turn on your TV.
  • Step 5 :Connect it to the local wireless network and check if the problem has been resolved.
  • Step 6 :If the problem Samsung TV cannot connect to wireless router persists, move on to the next solution.

Solution 2: Restart your router

  • Step 1 :Turn off the router (if it is turned on already).
  • Step 2 :Wait for at least 10 minutes and then turn it on.
  • Step 3 :Let the router boot completely.
  • Step 4 :When the router broadcasts the signals, try connecting your Samsung TV to the wireless network.
  • Step 5 :If the problem remains unsolved, move to the next solution.

Solution 3: Change the Internet connection

  • Step 1 :On your Samsung TV, navigate to the Settings window and locate the Wi-Fi setting.
  • Step 2 :Turn on your mobile hotspot.
  • Step 3 :Connect your TV to the Wi-Fi hotspot of your mobile.
  • Step 4 :If you can connect your TV to the mobile's hotspot, then the TV's MAC address is blocked by your router.
  • Step 5 :To unblock it, contact your ISP.
  • Step 6 :If necessary, restart the DNS settings.
  • Step 7 :Check your TV's firmware version.
  • Step 8 :If it is outdated, update it to the latest version. Doing so will fix the Wi-Fi connectivity problems on your Samsung TV. And then try to fix Samsung TV cannot connect to wireless router.