Samsung TV Universal Remote Codes & Programming 
Correct Samsung TV universal remote codes make programming easy and enable you to control all device features.
Universal remote from RCA, Jumbo, GE, etc., is the best replacement for the Samsung remote control. Why are we saying this? It is mainly due to its ability to control multiple devices with a single remote. Whether you have entertainment devices from Samsung or different brands i.e, Samsung TV, Sony Blu-Ray, Panasonic Soundbar, you can program all of them to a single remote. Many remotes support pairing up to 8 devices of different brands at a time.
Remote configuration is very simple, and you can do it yourself. We have compiled a list of 100% working universal remote codes to program Samsung TVs and a user guide that will help you to make your remote functional. You may also like to check how to program DirecTV remote to Samsung TV.
Samsung TV Universal Remote Codes & Programming 
Here in this section, you will find the 3, 4, or 5-digit code for Samsung TV. These codes will also work on Samsung Smart TVs, LEDs, and LCDs. You need to pick the correct combination that matches your remote’s model.
Samsung TV 4 Digit Universal Remote Codes
5 Digit Remote Codes For Samsung TV
Philips Universal Remote Samsung TV Codes
One-For-All Universal Remote Samsung TV Codes
GE Universal Remote Codes for Samsung TV
RCA Universal Remote Samsung TV 4 Digit Codes
RCA Universal Remote Samsung TV 5 Digit Codes
Innovage Jumbo 3 Digit Remote Codes for Samsung TV
3 Digit Universal Remote Codes for Samsung TV
How to Program Universal Remote to Samsung TV
We will share two methods to configure a universal remote control to a Samsung TV, Soundbar, Blu-Ray, or DVD player. You can follow the one that suits you. One requires a code and the second automatically searches for the correct code. Let’s discuss both methods in detail:
Step 1: Remove all the obstacles blocking the device sensors and turn ON your Samsung TV manually.
Step 2: Direct the remote control towards the TV.
Step 3: Press and hold the “TV” button on the remote until the little light illuminates.
Step 4: Without releasing the button, enter “0101”.
If the TV switches OFF, your remote has been programmed, and if not, try any other code.
This is a very effective and time-saving method to program a universal remote for any device. Follow the instructions stated below, and the first universal remote code you try for Samsung TVs is 0101.
Program Universal Remote to Samsung TV Without Code
This method will help you pair a universal remote to Samsung TV without a code. Follow each step carefully to make the remote functional:
Step 1: Switch ON your Samsung TV and turn OFF all nearby devices i.e. DVD player and Soundbar.
Step 2: Point the remote towards your Samsung television and press the “TV” button on the remote. The small TV light will blink once.
Step 3: Hold the “Setup” button for a few seconds. This time the TV light will blink twice.
Step 4: Type “911”, the light will again blink twice.
Step 5: Press and release the remote’s “Power” button.
Step 6: Now, press and release the “CH+” button until the TV turns OFF.
Step 7: Again press the power button to switch ON your Samsung TV.
Step 8: Next, verify and confirm the code by pressing the “Setup” button.
Dos Samsung remote control android app work?
If you don’t have a remote, don’t worry you can control your Samsung TV by downloading and installing a Samsung remote control Android application. The app is available for free on Google Play Store. It works directly, and you don’t need a pairing code for Samsung TV remote app. To download the application, Click Here.
How do you program a universal remote to a Samsung TV?
Programming a universal remote control to a Samsung TV or any other Samsung device is pretty simple. There are three different methods to program a remote.
- Program a universal remote with a keycode
- Program a universal remote using the auto-search method
- Program a universal remote with a code search
What is the 4-digit code for a Samsung TV?
There are different 4-digit codes for a Samsung TV: 0101, 0019, 0618, 0644, 0056, and there are many other codes that you will find above.
How do I find the code for my Samsung TV?
Each universal remote has a different code for Samsung TVs. You will get a user booklet that includes codes to program devices from different brands. The above list has codes for GE, Philips, RCA, and Innovage Jumbo universal remotes. Choose the keycodes as per your remote control.
How do I program my universal remote to my Smart TV?
We advise you always do proper research before buying a universal remote for your Smart TV. The latest universal remotes that have buttons for Netflix and YouTube don’t require any programming. Just unbox it and start using it.
How do I find the pairing code for my Samsung TV?
All the working keycodes are given in the user manual of the universal remote control. If your device code is not given in the list, you can check the list given above, which includes the TV remote codes list of all popular universal remotes.
How do I program my Magnavox universal remote to my Samsung TV?
You can program Magnavox universal remote with code and without code for Samsung TVs. Below are the steps to program it:
- Switch on the Samsung TV
- Hold the “code search” button until the red light turns ON.
- Press the “TV” button and then the “Power” button.
- Wait for the TV to turn OFF, and when it turns off, press the “Enter” button.
- That’s it! You can now use the Magnavox remote to control Samsung TV.
The Samsung TV can be easily programmed using a universal remote control. There are certain codes that you can use to configure your remote to your Samsung TV. In this article, we have shared all the remote codes for Samsung and methods that you can use to program your remote. Using this method, you can choose the right key that is compatible with the model and build of the TV.
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