I've been using my new UN49KS8000 TV since Christmas with nothing attached to the inputs but a PS4. I works fine. However, after adding a new Nintendo Switch, the "input source" message keeps popping up randomly when I'm using the PS4. When I researched this issue I found that some people say to toggle the Anynet+ feature. I did this and it does not help.
There needs to be a simple "disable input auto-switch" feature. My only option now is to unplug my other inputs when I'm not using them! That's unacceptable. If this option isn't added to a firmware update in a week I will post this issue in every social media outlet I can get my fingers on. Gamers should know that this TV is virtually useless if you own multiple consoles.
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Hei guys! I fixed my problem by taking cord from outlet and holding power button for 60 sec. That is kind of system reset. After that it works fine. I hope it will be useful.
You are not alone. Next time you need to buy a TV or any other device keep this in mind if you are considering giving Samsung your money.
Auto-switching Inputs is considered a normal/known issue. At least as far as our social media team is concerned. We have forwarded this over to our engineering team already and have been working with them for a few months now. Below is the most recent information we have received:
"Hey guys, We have gotten back a partial answer in regards to the TV when connected to the Nintendo Switch. The television has an autoo-detect feature, as most of you are well aware, which causes the TV to switch to the source of the Nintendo. This happens because the Nintendo is only in sleep mode and not fully turned off. This can be fixed by following the below steps:
This is only in regards to the Issue with Nintendo Switch. I have not heard anything back in regards to the rest of the issue, this is still being looked into. Thank you guys for remaining patient with us, I know it has been very frustrating to deal with for this long. "
my input keeps changing as well, the difference being I do not have Nintendo. it used to be just fine. the a few months ago when you turn in tv and then goto switch to hulu or another app, it auto switches to input 1 from 2. now it's switching after every time I try to select anything. very annoying!
Hello found this thread and I do have Vizio hooked up through the ARC HDMI 3 and have noticed that when I use my computer is the only time I have this issue with the source input switching channels on me. I will try turning off the ARC setting. I am using a UN40KU6300 and my TV is up to date.