Ralink RT3572 802.11n 300Mbps Wireless USB WiFi Adapter for Samsung TV
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This is a wireless USB adapter that provides instant access to InfoLink™ RSS data – like news, weather, sports and stock information – on your Samsung HDTV screen! Also Supports Blu-ray Live with Netf1ix, Pandora and PC streaming (MP3, JPEG).
Supports ONLY with Select Wi-Fi Ready 2009 – 2012 Models of Samsung TV, NOT FIT for Newer 2013-2017 Models. (PLEASE DO NOT PURCHASE IF YOUR MODEL IS NOT IN LISTED)
NOTE: This product is not affiliated or endorsed by the Manufacturer, Provides data up to 300Mbps, great for streaming HD video.
Please Check your Model, as some older B or C models may NOt support Newer Apps, and may only provide limited DNLA.
If you are unsure if your Samsung TV is compatible please contact us before purchase for assistance.
You will receive:
- 1x RT3572 USB WiFi Adapter (Built-in PCB Antenna with 2x U.FL IPEX/IPX Connector). (NO Retail Packaging)
Not suggested for older 2009 B Series models
2009 LED TV’S B7000 & Above
2009 LCD TV’s B650 & Above (please Note B series have limited Features & Apps.Check your Manual)
2010 (C Models):
LED TV series: C5000 and above
LCD TV series: C550 and above
PDP TV series: C550 and above
Blu-Ray Disc Player / Home Theater System: BD-C5000 series
2011 (D Models)
LED TV series: D5000 – D6400 (Except for D5003)
LCD TV series: D530 and above
PDP TV series: D550 – D6400
Blu-Ray Disc Player / Home Theater System: BD-D5300 – D5500, HT-D5100 – D5300
2012 (E Models)
LED TV series: Eh5500 (Not for Europe), EH5300 (Not for South & North America), ES5500, ES5700
LCD TV series: None
PDP TV series: E490, E550 (For Europe, CIS & Korea)
Blu-Ray Disc Player / Home Theater System: BD-E5500, HT-E4200, E4500
Antenna: Built-in PCB Antenna, 2T2R
Antenna Connector: U. FL IPEX / IPX Connector interface: USB 2.0/1.1, type A
Wireless data rate:
– 802.11b: 11, 5.5, 2, 1 Mbps. – 802.11g: 54, 48, 36, 24, 18, 12, 9, 6Mbps – 802. 11n: up to 300Mbps
– 802. 11a: up to 300Mbps
Frequency: 2.4GHz / 5GHz (NOT works with 802.11AC)
IEEE WLAN Standard: IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n
Supported Systems: Kali Linux (Kali\ubuntu\Aircrack_ng), Linux, Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10 32/64-bit etc.
Dimension (L x W x H): 9.50 x 4.00 x 1.60 cm / 3.74 x 1.58 x 0.63 inch
Net Weight: 37.8g/0.08lb
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How to Connect Samsung Smart TV to Wi-Fi Without Adapter
How to Connect Samsung Smart TV to Wi-Fi Without Adapter
Short answer: If your Samsung TV doesn’t have a built-in WiFi card you may use a Samsung WiFi LAN adapter.
An essential point to note about this process is that when you connect your TV to the Wi-Fi, you may encounter some problems such as frequent interruption while watching movies online or applications getting hanged frequently.
If you have a decent router you can reach an ideal speed with a Samsung TV converter (Hey! It’s on Walmart)
So, whenever you try to connect your Samsung smart TV to WiFi, the speed of the internet would deteriorate if you are not using a high-quality router, which eventually minimizes the entire negative manifestation.
Now coming back to the context, there are numerous ways that you can utilize connecting your computer to Wi-Fi.
We have listed the simplest procedures that will help you to dodge the complexity of setting up a wireless network.
Method 1. Connect Samsung smart TV to Wi-Fi without an adapter
Let’s start with the basic and the simplest way of connecting your Samsung TV with WI-FI without an adapter.
Turn on your TV and enter into its menu using the remote control.
In the menu section, navigate to “Network” and then “Network Setting”. Select next to move on to the next settings page.
Select wireless and then click on “Next” after which a special window will pop up.
In the new window, you will find that there is a white box where you will need to type in your network password.
After entering the SSID, press Next, and your TV will get connected to the wireless connection.
If you are still not been able to connect your Samsung Smart TV to wifi, try out this second procedure.
Method 2. Connect your Samsung smart TV to Wi-Fi without an adapter
Even though this procedure can be confusing, it is the fastest way to connect your TV to Wi-Fi.
In this method, you won’t need to do anything on the TV manually, as it will get connected to your Wi-Fi network automatically.
But for this procedure, you will need to make sure that there is a WPS button on your router.
Step 1. Go to the network setting on your Samsung TV and highlight “WPS” and press next.
Step 2. Hold down the “WPS” button of your router, and it will get connected automatically.
Summing it up
The first method for connecting your Samsung smart TV with Wi-Fi without any adapter is simple and works easily with any kind of router.
The second method is recommended if you have a high-end router with a WPS button.
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WI FI adapter for SAMSUNG TV – series 5 and 6, d series, UE40EH5307K
Samsung is such a large manufacturer of modern TVs that many perceive models from other manufacturers as exotic. Customers often choose Samsung TVs not only for proven quality, but also out of pure trust in the market leader. However, questions may arise during use.
Recently, the same metamorphosis is taking place with televisions as a type of technology, as in the past with the mobile phone market.
Starting from 2010, “ordinary” advanced phones have practically disappeared from the market, giving way to smartphones. In the TV market now, in exactly the same way (largely through the efforts of Samsung), the SmartTV class is increasingly taking its place. These are TVs with some computer functions and the ability to expand functionality through additional applications.
Photo: wireless network adapters
However, to install applications and use the Internet, the TV must be connected to the Internet – either by cable or via Wi-Fi. And here another feature of the TV market, similar to the mobile market five or ten years ago, affects – the incompatibility of accessories. In particular, Samsung TVs need proprietary Wi-Fi adapters.
In fact, a Wi-Fi adapter is needed not only for working with the Internet. New models of remote controls, for example, also require a Wi-Fi connection. Smartphones or tablets can stream Wi-Fi Direct video to the TV by connecting directly to the TV.
Photo: Wi-Fi for Samsung TV
It’s worth trying a TV with Wi-Fi once to appreciate how much wireless makes life easier. And we are not even talking about cases of moving or rearranging the room, when laying the cable to the TV becomes an additional problem.
Overview of adapter models
Although the range of Samsung TVs is very extensive, the choice of available branded accessories for them is small. As a rule, Samsung produces one or two different accessories (cables, cameras, etc.), including Wi-Fi modules.
The most common adapter today is the Samsung WIS12ABGNX model. This is a USB stick with an antenna that plugs directly into the TV port. The adapter is compatible with models of the latest years of production (starting from 2011) marked Wi-FiReady and belonging to the series 6 or later.
Photo: adapter SAMSUNG WIS12ABGNX
Wi — Fi TV adapter S amsung WIS 12 ABGNX does not support the latest communication standards – up to IEEE 802.11a / b / g / n, but Wi-Fiac and Intel Wireless Display are left out. However, this bandwidth is more than enough to watch online video in FullHD resolution.
Photo: Samsung adapter WIS12ABGN
Another popular adapter model WIS09ABGN has similar functionality. As the name implies, this adapter also supports N Wi-Fi (albeit in Draft mode, since it was released before the standard was officially approved).
Is there an alternative to the native adapters? Yes, there is. Like other end-product manufacturers, Samsung doesn’t design adapters from scratch, but takes off-the-shelf platforms, creates unique designs for them, and assigns unique VID/PIDs to them. This means that third-party adapters can be modified by changing their IDs, and they will be recognized by TVs as “their own”.
However, this is a solution for people who are versed in technology at a high level. Suffice it to say that flashing a third-party adapter requires a computer with a Linux operating system, and careless movement can completely deprive it of functionality. If you are not an expert, it would be more rational to purchase a known-suitable “native” device.
Photo: D-Link DWA-125 for TV
You can, of course, purchase an already modified D-Link, Zyxel or TP-Link adapter from “craftsmen”. Such adapters will cost more than unmodified, but much cheaper than branded Samsung accessories. The disadvantage is that no one guarantees their work.
Another option is to use a Wi-Fi capable router and connect it to the Ethernet port. There are many such models; you should choose the smallest one available. The disadvantage of this solution is the need for a separate power connection.
Video: connecting a Smart TV to a computer
Configuring the network settings on the TV
Connecting a TV with a correctly selected Wi-Fi adapter to your home network is no different from connecting a laptop or phone.
In the TV menu you need:
- select the “Network” item;
- select the name of your network;
- enter the password in it.
Photo: setting up a network on a TV
This is somewhat difficult due to the on-screen keyboard that you have to work with using the remote control. It would be much more convenient to do this with a wireless keyboard or smartphone. But, alas, it will be possible to use them only when the TV is already connected to the network.
Connecting to the Internet
In order for the TV to connect to the Internet in general, no separate gestures are needed: a properly configured router and a correctly entered password are enough. If the TV has correctly entered the home network, then you can congratulate you: you are on the Internet.
True, the possibilities of using the Internet on TV are still limited.
Photo: Internet setup on TV
You can use a browser, watch online broadcasts through the web interface, use built-in programs – and that’s it. To access the full selection of TV apps, you must register with the Samsung App Store.
Photo: Overview of applications in the Samsung store
You can do this either from a computer or smartphone, or directly from the TV. Now that your TV is registered to your home network, you can make it easier for yourself to use it and take advantage of remote control via your smartphone (not necessarily Samsung). Its keyboard is much more convenient for entering data than the on-screen keyboard with letter selection through the remote control.
Photo: creating a Samsung account
By creating an account and logging into the Samsung store from your TV, you can download additional applications and games, both paid and free.
Photo: IPTV setup on TV
IPTV setup on Samsung TVs deserves special attention. This service is usually provided by an ISP and its settings are not pre-installed on TVs, but must be entered manually.
After setting up the Internet, the broadcast IP address is required:
Access to IP TV should appear immediately after this procedure. If it doesn’t appear, restart your TV. Yes, it’s hard to imagine the phrase “reboot the TV” ten or fifteen years ago, except in a comic context …
Wi Fi adapter for Samsung TV UE-40EH5307K
The best way to check if an adapter is compatible with your specific TV is to check direct compatibility by searching the Internet.
The variety of series and models of Samsung TVs often baffles even experts.
Photo: SMART TV Samsung
Thus, the popular TV model Samsung UE-40EH5307K is marked Wi-Fi Ready, but is not equipped with a built-in adapter. The only way to connect this TV to wireless internet is to purchase a USB adapter that is known to be compatible with it.
Photo: wireless adapter WIS12ABGNX
Recommended adapter models WIS10ABGN and WIS12ABGNX for Series 5 TVs. If desired, you can use compatible modified adapters (we wrote about them above). However, they do not guarantee uninterrupted operation after, say, a TV firmware update.
In the case of other TVs, it is also worth looking for specific recommendations. Popular models like the Samsung UE40D6100SW should not be a problem: surely many advanced users have already experimented with them and are ready to share their experience.
TV adapter compatibility for different series
Since Samsung has been in the smart TV market for a long time, generations change periodically.