How To Sort Channels On Samsung TV

Where to get frequencies for manual channel tuning

The frequency list depends on your TV operator and region. Usually it is published on the website of the TV operator.

To clarify which company provides television services, you can contact the management company.

Click here to learn about auto tuning on a K-series TV

Connect the wire from the antenna to the AIR / CABLE connector.

How To Sort Channels On Samsung TV

Select source: depending on the remote control, press either the Source button. or the Home button and select Source. then TV.

Enter the TV menu: depending on the remote control, press either the Menu button. or the Home button and select Settings on the TV screen.

The TV can receive free (terrestrial) channels from a common house (it stands on the roof and is used by the whole house), an indoor antenna (a portable antenna, usually looks like two metal rods), or from a cable operator (a common house antenna or a separate wire can be used). If you do not know what kind of television you have, contact the management house company.

In the Antenna item, select:
Antenna (if using a common house or indoor antenna)

or Cable (if using cable TV).

Select channel type. Digital.

If you are setting up cable TV, install:
Operator Selection. Others

Search Mode. Full.

Select Scan to start searching for channels.

Wait for the auto-tuning to complete.

When auto-tuning is finished, select Close.

To exit the menu, press the Return button on the remote.

If your TV does not support DVB-T2 standard

You will not be able to watch digital channels. Solving the problem is SIMple. buy a DVB-T2 set-top box. Its average at the beginning of 2020.

Click here for Auto Tuning on J-Series TV

Connect the wire from the antenna to the AIR / CABLE connector.

Select source: press the Source button. select TV.

Enter the TV menu: depending on the remote control, press either the Menu button. or the Menu / 123 button and select Menu on the TV screen.

The TV can receive free (terrestrial) channels from a common house (it stands on the roof and is used by the whole house), an indoor antenna (a portable antenna, usually looks like two metal rods), or from a cable operator (a common house antenna or a separate wire can be used). If you do not know what kind of television you have, contact the management house company.

In the Antenna item, select:
Antenna (if using a common house or indoor antenna)

or Cable (if using cable TV).

Select channel type. Digital.

If you are setting up cable TV, install:
Operator Selection. Others

Search Mode. Full.

Select Scan to start searching for channels.

Wait for the auto-tuning to complete.

When auto-tuning is finished, select Close.

To exit the menu, press the Return button on the remote.

How to find and tune terrestrial and cable channels on your Samsung TV

Click here to learn about auto tuning on an H series TV

Connect the wire from the antenna to the AIR / CABLE connector.

Select source: press the Source button. select TV.

Enter the TV menu: depending on the remote control, press either the Menu button. or the Keypad button and select Menu on the TV screen.

Select Auto Tuning. then again Autotune.

The TV can receive free (terrestrial) channels from a common house (it stands on the roof and is used by the whole house), an indoor antenna (a portable antenna, usually looks like two metal rods), or from a cable operator (a common house antenna or a separate wire can be used). If you do not know what kind of television you have, contact the management house company.

In the Antenna item, select:
Antenna (if using a common house or indoor antenna)

or Cable (if using cable TV).

Select channel type. Digital.

If you are tuning cable TV, set the Search Mode to Full.

Select Scan to start searching for channels.

Wait for the autotune to complete.

When auto-tuning is finished, select Close.

To exit the menu, press the Return button on the remote.

Click here for Auto Tuning on N, M, Q, LS Series TV

Connect the wire from the antenna to the AIR / CABLE connector.

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Select source: depending on the remote control, press either the Source button. or the Home button and select Source. then TV.

Enter the TV menu: depending on the remote control, press either the Menu button. or the Home button and select Settings on the TV screen.

The TV can receive free (terrestrial) channels from a common house (it stands on the roof and is used by the whole house), an indoor antenna (a portable antenna, usually looks like two metal rods), or from a cable operator (a common house antenna or a separate wire can be used). If you do not know what kind of television you have, contact the management house company.

In the Antenna item, select:
Antenna (if using a common house or indoor antenna)

or Cable (if using cable TV).

Select channel type. Digital.

If you are setting up cable TV, install:
Operator Selection. Others

Search Mode. Full.

Select Scan to start searching for channels.

Wait for the auto-tuning to complete.

When auto-tuning is finished, select Close.

To exit the menu, press the Return button on the remote.

Click here to learn about auto tuning on an E-series TV

Connect the wire from the antenna to the AIR / CABLE connector.

Select source: press the Source button. select TV.

Enter the TV menu: press the Menu button on the TV remote.

Make sure Aerial is set to Aerial. If selected differently, select Antenna.

Select Auto Tuning. then again Autotune.

The TV can receive free (terrestrial) channels from a common house (it stands on the roof and is used by the whole house), an indoor antenna (a portable antenna, usually looks like two metal rods), or from a cable operator (a common house antenna or a separate wire can be used). If you do not know what kind of television you have, contact the management house company.

In the Antenna item, select:
Antenna (if using a communal or indoor antenna) and Digital ,

or Cable (if using cable TV) and Digital.

Click Next.

If you are setting up cable TV, set the Search Mode to Full and click Next.

Wait for the auto-tuning to complete.

When auto tuning is finished, select OK.

To exit the menu, press the Return button on the remote.

If the TV does not find channels

If the TV did not find any channels, the problem is in the signal. Check:

  • Whether the cable is damaged and is firmly connected to the TV;
  • Is the antenna correctly installed and tuned;
  • Is the correct signal source selected: cable or antenna. Try to find channels by changing the source type in step from Antenna to Cable or vice versa;
  • Does the TV support the DVB-T2 standard. digital TV on the territory of the Russian Federation works only in this standard.
    The DVB-T2 standard is supported by some Samsung E-series TVs (for which the model code ends with the number 7, for example, UE40ES6547) and all Samsung TVs starting from the F-series (2013 and later).

If you cannot configure it yourself, contact Support.

Click here to learn how to move channels on your J-series TV

Enter the TV menu. Depending on the remote control:

press the Menu button

Or press the Menu / 123 button and select Menu on the TV screen.

Go to Broadcast.

Under Broadcast, select Change. channel number and select Activate. if the item is active. If inactive (grayed out). go to the next step.

Select Change Channel.

Select one channel you want to move and press the Enter button. A check mark will appear to the left of the channel name.

Channels are analog and digital. Channels that have a name next to the number are digital. Untitled Channels. Analog.

If you move digital channels, they change places (the fifth channel is moved to the place of the third, the third will move to the place of the fifth, the rest of the channels will remain in place).

If you move analog channels, the position is changed by the channels located below the one that was moved (the fifth channel is moved to the place of the third, the third will move to the place of the fourth, the fourth to the place of the fifth, etc.).

Select Change. numbers and press Enter.

Move the channel to a new location using the arrows on the remote

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or enter the number to which you want to move the channel.

Press the Enter button. to save the channel to a new location.

The channel number has been changed. Repeat steps 5. 9 to move other channels.

When can you change the order of channels

You can change the order if the TV has placed the channels itself. If the TV has received a channel order from the TV company, relocation may not be available.

What was selected during autotune What to do next
Antenna. Cable or Satellite dishGo to move channels
MTS TV. NTV-PLUS or another operatorTry to move channels. If it doesn’t work, do auto tuning again (by choosing Antenna. Cable or Satellite dish) and then go to moving channels
Don’t remember what you chose when autotuningTry to move channels. If it doesn’t work, do auto tuning again (by choosing Antenna. Cable or Satellite dish) and then go to moving channels

Click here to learn how to move channels on your R-series TV

Enter the TV menu: press the Home button on the remote (in the form of a house) and select Settings on the TV screen.

Go to Broadcast.

Select Advanced Settings.

Under Broadcast, select Change. channel number and select Activate. if the item is active. If inactive (grayed out). go to the next step.

Press the Home button on the remote (in the form of a house).

Select Live TV. then Channel List.

Press the right button and select Change Channel.

Select one channel you want to move and press the Enter button. A check mark will appear to the left of the channel name.

Channels are analog and digital. Channels that have a name next to the number are digital. Untitled Channels. Analog.

If you move digital channels, they change places (the fifth channel is moved to the place of the third, the third will move to the place of the fifth, the rest of the channels will remain in place).

If you move analog channels, the position is changed by the channels located below the one that was moved (the fifth channel is moved to the place of the third, the third will move to the place of the fourth, the fourth to the place of the fifth, etc.).

Select Change. numbers and press Enter.

Move the channel to a new location using the arrows on the remote.

Press the Enter button. to save the channel to a new location.

The channel number has been changed. Repeat steps 8. 11 to move other channels.

How to change the order of channels

Below you will find instructions for the various Samsung TV series.

Click here to learn how to move channels on your F-series TV

Enter the TV menu. Depending on the remote control:

press the Menu button

or press the button and select Menu on the TV screen.

Go to Broadcast.

Select Change Channel.

Select one channel you want to move and press the Enter button. A check mark will appear to the left of the channel name.

Channels are analog and digital. Channels that have a name next to the number are digital. Untitled Channels. Analog.

If you move digital channels, they change places (the fifth channel is moved to the place of the third, the third will move to the place of the fifth, the rest of the channels will remain in place).

If you move analog channels, the position is changed by the channels located below the one that was moved (the fifth channel is moved to the place of the third, the third will move to the place of the fourth, the fourth to the place of the fifth, etc.).

Select Change. numbers and press Enter.

Move the channel to a new location using the arrows on the remote

or enter the number to which you want to move the channel.

Press the Enter button. to save the channel to a new location.

The channel number has been changed. Repeat steps 4. 7 to move other channels.

Click here to learn how to move channels on an N, M, Q or LS series TV

Enter the TV menu: press the Home button on the remote (in the form of a house) and select Settings on the TV screen.

Go to Broadcast.

Select Advanced Settings.

Under Broadcast, select Change. channel number and select Activate. if the item is active. If inactive (grayed out). go to the next step.

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Press the Home button on the remote (in the form of a house).

Select Live Stream. then Channel List.

Press the right button and select Change Channel.

Select one channel you want to move and press the Enter button. A check mark will appear to the left of the channel name.

Channels are analog and digital. Channels that have a name next to the number are digital. Untitled Channels. Analog.

If you move digital channels, they change places (the fifth channel is moved to the place of the third, the third will move to the place of the fifth, the rest of the channels will remain in place).

If you move analog channels, the position is changed by the channels located below the one that was moved (the fifth channel is moved to the place of the third, the third will move to the place of the fourth, the fourth to the place of the fifth, etc.).

Select Change. numbers and press Enter.

Move the channel to a new location using the arrows on the remote.

Press the Enter button. to save the channel to a new location.

The channel number has been changed. Repeat steps 8. 11 to move other channels.

Click here to learn how to move channels on your E-series TV

If you have a Smart TV, press the Smart Hub button on the remote. and select Channel.

If not Smart TV, press CH-LIST button.

Select one channel you want to move and press the Enter button. A check mark will appear to the left of the channel name.

Channels are analog and digital. Channels that have a name next to the number are digital. Untitled Channels. Analog.

If you move digital channels, they change places (the fifth channel is moved to the place of the third, the third will move to the place of the fifth, the rest of the channels will remain in place).

If you move analog channels, the position is changed by the channels located below the one that was moved (the fifth channel is moved to the place of the third, the third will move to the place of the fourth, the fourth to the place of the fifth, etc.).

Click the Tools button and select Edit. channel numbers.

Move the channel to a new location using the arrows on the remote

or enter the number to which you want to move the channel.

If you are moving an analogue channel, go to step 7.

If you move a digital channel channel, press OK to confirm.

Click OK. to save the channel to a new location.

The channel number has been changed. Repeat steps 2.7 to move other channels.

Click here to learn how to move channels on your K-series TV

Enter the TV menu. Depending on the remote control:

press the Menu button

or press the Home button on the remote (in the form of a house) and select Settings on the TV screen.

Go to Broadcast.

Select Advanced Settings.

Under Broadcast, select Change. channel number and select Activate. if the item is active. If inactive (grayed out). go to the next step.

Press the Home button on the remote (in the form of a house).

Select Live TV. then Channel List.

Press the right button and select Edit.

Select one channel you want to move and press the Enter button. A check mark will appear to the left of the channel name.

Channels are analog and digital. Channels that have a name next to the number are digital. Untitled Channels. Analog.

If you move digital channels, they change places (the fifth channel is moved to the place of the third, the third will move to the place of the fifth, the rest of the channels will remain in place).

If you move analog channels, the position is changed by the channels located below the one that was moved (the fifth channel is moved to the place of the third, the third will move to the place of the fourth, the fourth to the place of the fifth, etc.).

Select Change. numbers and press Enter.

Move the channel to a new location using the arrows on the remote.

Press the Enter button. to save the channel to a new location.

The channel number has been changed. Repeat steps 8. 11 to move other channels.