How do you get to menu on Samsung without remote?

Answered by Edward Huber

To access the menu on a Samsung TV without a remote, you can use the buttons located on the TV itself. The location of these buttons may vary depending on the model of your TV.

If you have a newer Samsung TV model, the controller may be located on the back of the TV, towards the bottom. In this case, you would need to reach behind the TV to access the buttons. Look for a button labeled “Menu” or with an icon resembling a grid or a list.

If you have an older Samsung TV model, the controller may be located on the bottom of the bezel, on the right-hand side as you’re facing the TV. On these models, look for a button labeled “Menu” or with the same grid or list icon.

Once you have located the menu button, you can press it once to bring up the menu on the screen. If the menu does not appear, make sure the TV is turned on and try pressing the button again.

To navigate through the menu options, you can use the same button that you used to access the menu. Single press the button to move the focus from one option to another. If there are multiple pages in the menu, you may need to navigate through them using the same button.

To make a selection within the menu, you can long-press the menu button. This will activate the selected option or submenu.

It is important to note that the functionality of the TV’s built-in buttons may vary depending on the model. Some older models may have limited options or different button configurations. If you are unsure about the specific buttons on your TV, referring to the user manual or contacting Samsung support can provide you with more accurate information.

In my personal experience, I have used the built-in buttons on my Samsung TV to access the menu when I couldn’t find the remote. It took a bit of trial and error to locate the menu button, but once I found it, I was able to navigate through the menu options and make selections. It can be a bit less convenient than using a remote, but it’s a useful alternative when needed.