@userxDhiCikAwy wrote: Working solution: Put some black electrical tape on the front of the remote to block the IR transmitter from turning the TV on on its own. As I've previously suggested, putting black tape on the remote's IR transmitter fixed it for me. I've had it for quite some time now and the TV doesn't turn on by itself anymore. The TV can still be controlled no problem since the remote is also paired on Bluetooth.
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I have the same issue with my 43" Q60R (EU version) as well, and I believe it's most certainly the remote's fault. I have the small smart remote -- I belive it's called the One remote. I managed to reproduce the restart issue a few times (not consistently though). Step one is have some app open, e.g. YouTube. Then turn the TV off by pressing the power button once. After the TV is off, start mashing the Bixby microphone button many times until the remote's LED stops blinking for your key presses and starts blinking on its own pace. Here's the fun part: if the remote is pointed at the TV, the TV restarts with the QLED logo and loses the last app. If I block the IR transmitter on the front of the remote with my hand, the TV does not restart on its own. However, if I press the power button too soon after, the TV turns on with the QLED logo and loses the last app. But if I wait long enough, say 5 minutes, pressing the power button turns the TV on with the last app. Go figure... Working solution: Put some black electrical tape on the front of the remote to block the IR transmitter from turning the TV on on its own. Solution we want considering the price we paid: Samsung should acknowledge this issue and replace all faulty remotes. This is absolutely ridiculous.
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