- On the TV Box where you want to deactivate Netflix.
- Select Apps & More.
- Select Settings.
- Select Advanced.
- Select Deactivate next to Deactivate Netflix Device.
Netflix App on TV: How to Sign Out (Log Off)
Your smart TV can automatically update your Netflix account with the information provided by your Netflix account on any of your devices. This is true whether you are using an Xbox, PlayStation, or another brand of device to activate your smart TV. In order for this feature to work, however, you need to make sure that all of the devices you intend to use are already registered in the same Netflix account. You do not want to see duplicates on any device. The first place that these registrations will show up is in your online profile at http://www.netflix.com/MyFlixAccount where you should ensure that every device and profile are listed separately before continuing with set up procedures for a new device or service provider like a cable company or provider.
How do I remove an old account from my smart TV?
It is important to know that only the Netflix profile that was used to register your device with your smart TV needs to be deleted. You will need to go into the service provider for your cable or satellite box and delete any other profiles associated with your account on their website first. Once you are sure that all of them have been removed, you can proceed with the steps below. Confirm deletion of current profile by selecting “Yes” in order to eliminate a profile from your smart TV.
Can I use my Netflix app on my smart TV if it has not been activated by a device?
Yes, the smart feature of your TV will allow you to stream through a Netflix profile that is linked to your account regardless of whether or not there is an active connection. The reason why we ask users to register their devices first with their account is so they can take advantage of the Smart hub features offered by Samsung for accessing services such as Netflix right from their remote control. If you do end up opting out but would still like to access content available through this feature, just follow these steps:
From the home screen, click on My Apps > Netflix (or press “Netflix” on your remote) Select a title to view. You will then be prompted to either log in or register with Netflix (if you have not already done so).
How do I select my TV model?
You can find out which model smart TV you own by going into Settings > Support > Model Information on your television. This information will help you troubleshoot any issues that may arise, as well as help our support team diagnose what is wrong more easily if you are having trouble with your device. It is also a good idea to keep this information handy in case Samsung needs it for future troubleshooting.
Two Ways To Sign Out Of Netflix On Smart TV
How do I register my smart TV with Netflix?
To register your device with a new or existing Netflix account, you can follow the steps below: From the home screen, click on My Apps > Netflix (or press “Netflix” on your remote)Select Sign In and enter your email address and password for the account you would like to use. You will then be prompted to either log in or register with Netflix (if you have not already done so).
If this is a new smart TV being added to an existing account, follow these same steps but also make sure to select Register at the bottom of the My Account page. This information will help us best assist you if you should have any issues in the future. Select a title to view. You will then be prompted to either log in or register with Netflix (if you have not already done so).
How do I connect my smart TV to the Internet?
Step 1: You can use an Ethernet cable or set up Wi-Fi for your smart TV. Follow these steps below in order to complete this process: From the home screen, click on Settings > Network > Set Up Wireless LAN Connection (or press “Wifi Direct” on your remote)
Step 2: Click Scan within the Network menu, and select your network.
Step 3: If you are prompted for a password, enter it using the keyboard on your remote. Once you have typed in your password, select Add to connect to the wireless network. Your connection will now be established If you’re having trouble connecting to the Internet or need further assistance with this process, please complete this form for immediate support: https://contact-us.samsung.com/
How do I know if my Wi-Fi is connected?
After setting up your smart TV’s Wi-Fi network connection (see above), there are two ways to make sure that it is connected properly so that you can use online features such as Netflix:
1. From the home screen, look at your top right corner. Look for a Wi-Fi icon and confirm that it is connected to an active network. If it is not, follow the above steps again to connect the smart TV to your wireless network
2. Once you are on Netflix, press “Home” on your remote and scroll through your applications until you see one titled “Network Status”. Open this application and select “Check Now”. The Network Status will show if any issues have been detected and can help troubleshoot connection problems. If no issues are detected, then all should be working properly
How do I turn off my smart TV?
There are two ways to power off a Samsung Smart TV: by pressing the power button on your remote or by unplugging the power cord. Pressing the Power Button: To turn off your TV, press the Power button on your Samsung Remote for more than 3 seconds and a pop-up message will appear asking if you want to shut down your smart TV. Select “Yes” by pressing the “OK” button on your remote and then wait about 10 seconds before unplugging it from the electrical outlet. Your smart TV should now be powered down completely
Unplugging Power Cord: To turn off your TV, completely unplug it from the wall socket using a standard wall plug (Figure 8). Make sure that the power cord is disconnected properly and not pulled out forcefully as this may damage some of the internal components of the TV. Your smart TV should now be powered down completely
How do I turn on my smart TV?
There are two ways to power on your Samsung Smart TV: by pressing the power button on your remote or by unplugging the power cord. Pressing the Power Button: To start up your smart TV, press the Power button on your Samsung Remote for more than 3 seconds and a pop-up message will appear asking if you want to shut down your smart TV. Select “No” by pressing the “OK” button on your remote and then wait about 10 seconds before unplugging it from the electrical outlet. Your smart TV should now be powered up completely Unplugging Power Cord: To turn on your TV, completely unplug it from the wall socket using a standard wall plug (Figure 9). Make sure that the power cord is disconnected properly and not pulled out forcefully as this may damage some of the internal components of the TV. Your smart TV should now be powered up completely
Do I get free Netflix with my new smart TV?
All 2014 Samsung Smart TVs come with 3 months of Netflix at no charge. This offer comes directly through Netflix and there are two ways to access these features:
Note: Once you have redeemed this offer, you will be automatically billed $8.99 per month on a recurring basis until you cancel your Netflix membership
Can I use my smart TV with my Xbox 360 or PS3?
Smart TVs are compatible with most gaming systems including Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, and PS3 through either an HDMI connection or a component connection (please see below for more information). Some games may require additional controllers available from third-party vendors such as Microsoft Kinect or PlayStation Move. Please check the support.
1. On the TV Box where you want to deactivate Netflix.
2. Select Apps & More.
3. Select Settings.
4. Select Advanced.
5. Select Deactivate next to Deactivate Netflix Device.
To deactivate Netflix on your TV, press the remote control and select Apps & More. Next, choose Settings → Advanced → Deactivate next to DeactivateNetflixDevice. Press Yes when prompted to confirm.
To get Netflix to sign out of your account and switch users: From the main menu, select the Manage Account option. Arrow over to the Sign Out button. Click on it to turn off Netflix for this instance only or click Make Me a Guest if you just want temporary access without signing in with your own credentials again.
To disable the Netflix feature on your TV, press the remote to go to Settings -> Advanced -> Deactivate next to Netflix Device.
Begin from the Netflix home screen. To open the menu, navigate left and select Get Help. …Select Sign out twice to sign off on all devices. Select Yes to confirm.
From the Home screen, select Settings. Swipe down until you find the Netflix app. Select Netflix. Press Reset and confirm that you want to reset this profile by sliding on the switch to On position, then press Ok–this will delete all titles on your account from their library and apps not installed on your device as well as the location where they are stored in your account settings. Press back to return to Home screen and slide right-hand side of Screen for Netflix app.