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Connect Your Android TV to a Network

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Use a Wireless Connection

Your Android TV™ is equipped with a built-in wireless adaptor which allows you to connect to the internet in a cable-free environment. Follow these steps to connect to a network using a wireless connection:

  1. Set up your wireless router.

    Note: For more information, refer to your router's manual.

  2. On the supplied remote control, press the Home button.
  3. Select Settings.
  4. Under NETWORK & ACCESSORIES, select Network.
  5. Select Network setup.
  6. Select Easy.
  7. Choose Wi-Fi.
  8. To connect with WEP security, select CONNECT BY SCAN LIST, or to connect automatically by pressing the WPS button on your wireless router, select CONNECT BY WPS BUTTON, then follow the on-screen instructions.

    Note:

    • Press OK to bring up the virtual keyboard when entering Wi-Fi® passwords.
    • The setting items (IP address, subnet mask, DHCP) may vary depending on the internet service provider (ISP) or router. For details, contact your ISP or refer to your router's manual.

To turn off built-in wireless LAN:

  1. On the supplied remote control, press the Home button.
  2. Select Settings.
  3. Under NETWORK & ACCESSORIES, select Network.
  4. Select Advanced Settings.
  5. Select Built-in Wi-Fi.
  6. Choose Off.

Use a Wired Connection

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A wired Local Area Network (LAN) connection allows you to access the internet and your home network through a physical wire connection. To connect to a network with a wired connection:

  1. Set up your router.

    Note: For details, refer to your router's manual, or contact the person who set up the network (network administrator).

  2. On the supplied remote control, press the Home button.
  3. Select Settings.
  4. Under NETWORK & ACCESSORIES, select Network.
  5. Select Network setup.
  6. Select Easy.
  7. Select WIRED LAN and follow the on-screen instructions.

    Note: The setting items (IP address, subnet mask, DHCP) may vary depending on the internet service provider (ISP) or router. For details, contact your ISP or refer to your router's manual.