I have two fairly new 4K Samsung TVs. I have gone into the Expert Settings for Network, and have not found any setting for IPv6. I recall only options for mobile device connections and some other unrelated setting. I will check again. I would sure be happy to have a permanent fix.
We have two Samsung TVs, both lose their Internet connection almost every time we turn them on. Holding down the power button as described works for one TV, but the other will not turn back on as I continue holding the power button. The only way I can get this TV to connect is by unplugging our router, then plugging it back in. None of her other household devices have a problem, they are always connected without fail. What is going on with Samsung?
It is model number UN55H6300AF. The software is up-to-date, help! It is driving us crazy not being able to just turn on the TV and watch!
You will need an empty USB Flash Drive.
Download the file from the link above
Once it is downloaded, right click on the file and click Extract and then select the base of the USB Flash Drive.
Then plug the USB Flash Drive into the television and navigate to the software update section.
Thank you, I will try it and let you know. I really appreciate your help.
However, this raises another question: Why should I have to go through a cumbersome process like this? Why can’t Samsung make this software available to download directly to my smart TV? Seems like planned obsolescence… If I hadn't bothered to take the time to find this online community, I would have become increasingly frustrated, and to be honest would probably not have considered purchasing another Samsung TV in the future.
I can’t imagine a technology-challenged person even knowing where to start. Food for thought for Samsung.
After speaking with several customer service agents over a few days. The last agent finally went into my TV remotely and changed a setting called instant on to instant off. So far haven’t had a problem. Hopefully this information can help other people.
I've had the same problem with my tv. What has worked for me is by NOT plugging the power cord into a surge protector and instead plugging it directly into the wall. It has been about 72 hrs and I haven't had this problem of losing wifi connection when turned off. This has also fixed my problem of screen mirroring to my phone randomly disconnecting. I understand this is risky, but I'm working to figure something better out. Also, it seems my wifi on the tv is a bit faster than it was before I'm not sure if this solution has already been posted.
I'm no electrician, but I would guess there's a capacitor issue on the TVs power supply. Hopefully a firmware update can fix this.