As technology has changed, smartphones have been changed to do more things. You can pay bills, look up a location, get compass directions, and many other things. New features are added every day. Smartphones are now owned by a lot of people, both young and old. But there are other small phones that don't have as many features as smartphones but still work fine.
So, you can turn your phone into a TV remote and use it easily while sitting on your couch. You can change the TV channel and do other basic things that a regular remote control can do. For you to be able to do this, you need a smartphone that works well. For it to work well, it needs to be in good shape.
You need to download the free sure smartphone home and TV universal remote app to make this work. The app is available for both IOS and Android devices, so all you have to do is go to the play store and get it installed on your phone. You can also use other apps, including Anymote, ASmart Remote IR, and IR universal Remote control. You should be careful when downloading apps so that you don't get ones that are harmful and ready to damage your device or steal your personal information.
Most smartphones have an infrared transmitter, also known as an IR blaster, that you can use to make the connection work. Infrared is a frequency of light waves that is used by TV remotes. When it is added to a mobile phone, it will make it possible to use the apps listed above. If the TV can connect to Wi-Fi, you can use the local wireless network to do all of these things.
This is how you're supposed to use it;
1. Get one of the Universal Remote Apps and install it. It will tell you how to do everything.
2. Choose the brand and location of the TV. This will let you connect to the needed TV.
3. You will be shown how to test the power button and channel buttons to find out which remote protocol your TV uses.
You can do these things on LG, SONY, SAMSUNG, PHILIP, and many other TV brands.
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