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Few steps to turn you smartphone to a remote TV

Smartphones have been customized to perform a variety of functions as technology has progressed. You can pay bills, find your location, obtain compass directions, and many other services are added on a regular basis. Smartphones are currently owned by a large number of people, both young and old. Other little phones, on the other hand, are not as complex as smartphones but can nonetheless perform admirably.

As a result, you may turn your smartphone into a TV control and use it easily while sitting on your couch. can change the TV station and do other basic activities that a standard remote control can perform. You'll need a well-functioning smartphone to accomplish this. It must be in good working order to function properly.

You'll need to download the free sure smartphone home and TV universal remote app to make this happen. The software is compatible with both iOS and Android devices, so all you have to do is download it from the Google Play Store and install it on your phone. Other programs, such as Anymote, ASmart Remote IR, and IR universal Remote control, are also available. You should be cautious about downloading apps that are dangerous and capable of harming your device or stealing your personal information.

Most smartphones feature an inbuilt infrared transmitter, commonly known as an IR blaster, that allows you to make a successful connection. Infrared is the light wave frequency that you have seen TV remotes work on, and when it is included in a mobile phone, it allows you to use the apps listed above. Because the TV may be Wi-Fi-enabled at times, you can accomplish the aforementioned using the local wireless network.

This is how it's supposed to be used;

1. Download and install any Universal Remote App. It will walk you through the entire procedure.

2. Choose a TV brand and a location. This will allow you to connect to the necessary television.

3. You'll be guided through the process of testing the power and channel buttons to determine which remote protocol your TV uses.

These are available on all TV brands, including LG, SONY, SAMSUNG, PHILIP, and many others.

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