If you want to turn off voice commands or voice recognition on your Samsung TV, you can do so by following these steps:
Access TV Settings:
- Use your Samsung TV remote, press the “Menu” button to access the TV’s main menu to select.
Navigate to Settings:
- Use the arrow buttons on the remote to navigate to the “Settings” or “Settings & Support” option. It may also be labeled as “System” or “General.”
Open General Settings:
- In the Settings menu, locate and select “General” or a similar option. This is where you’ll find settings related to voice recognition and commands.
Disable Voice Recognition:
- Look for an option called “Voice Recognition,” “Voice Control,” or “Voice Commands.” Select this option.
Turn Off Voice Recognition:
- In the Voice Recognition settings, you should see an option to disable or turn off voice recognition. Depending on your TV model, it might be a toggle switch or a “Disable” option. Use your remote to disable voice recognition.
Confirm the Action:
- If prompted, confirm your choice to disable voice recognition. You may need to enter a PIN or password if you’ve previously set up voice recognition security.
- Once you’ve disabled voice recognition, exit the settings menu by pressing the “Exit” or “Menu” button on your remote.
Specific menu options and labels may vary slightly depending on your Samsung TV model and its software version. If you can’t find the voice recognition settings following these steps, consult your TV’s user manual or visit the Samsung support website for model-specific instructions.
Disabling voice recognition will prevent the TV from listening for voice commands and should stop any unintended voice-related interactions with your TV.