It is one of the most annoying tasks for many users and yet one of the most common, especially when we have continuous frequency changes that force us to retune the DTT of our television if we want to continue watching “traditional television”. So we are going to explain how to tune in DTT, something that will be necessary after the change of frequency that is going to be carried out throughout this year.
Tune in to the DTT channels It is a process that is more than difficult, it is tiring. And it is not only because it has to be carried out repeatedly, but also because television brands continue to offer, in many cases, a prehistoric panorama in the interface, especially when organizing channels. So without further ado, let’s get down to business.
The process may change depending on the brand of TV. that we are going to use and the operating system that it uses. For the example we are going to use the three currently prevailing operating systems in order to cover as many examples as possible. These are LG TVs with webOS, Samsung with Tizen and models with Android TV.
TVs with Android TV (Sony)
If yours is a television with Android TV, these are the steps you must follow, although depending on the brand you may find some other change. For the example I have used a Sony TV, a brand that has changed the interface with the latest Android TV update.
- Press the Home button on the remote to access the “Settings”.
- You must then look for the section “Watch TV” and within it, “Channels”.
- At that point you must choose the option “Channel configuration” and choose the mode “Digital configuration”.
- From here the menus change. We go back to the old interface and we must mark “Digital tuning” and later “Automatic digital tuning”.
- Once the process is complete, we only have to order the channels, which is the most tedious work.
Other televisions with Android TV
If in your case you use a TV with Android TV under another brand or with another version of Android, the process is very similar to that of the Sony I have tested, although it may have some nuances.
- You must click on the button “Home” command and enter the “Settings”.
- Once inside you must go to the section “Channel configuration” and then to “Digital Configuration”.
- Here you must click on the option “Digital Tuning” and in “Frequency range” from “Auto Tuning” it is convenient to choose the option “Full”.
- There is only click on “Digital Automatic Tuning” to proceed.
LG TVs with webOS
In the case of webOS the process is simpler, since when only one brand is found, in all models we are going to run into almost the same steps.
- The first step is to click on the cogwheel icon that offers access to the “Settings”.
- Once inside, click on the option “All configuration”.
- There you must locate the option “Channels”, where you have to click on “Tuning” Y “Channel configuration”.
- At that point you must click on “Saint Car” to automatically re-tune the DTT channels.
Samsung TVs with Tizen
If yours is a Samsung TV with Tizen, the steps change, although they are still very similar to the previous ones. And as with webOS, being a single brand, the process is almost identical even if the version of Tizen changes.
- To start the process we must click on the “Home” button of the command.
- Once inside, access the “Setting” and look for the option of “Issue”.
- You must click on “Automatic tuning” to automatically retune channels, or do it manually by entering “Configuration for experts” and then in “Manual tuning”.
If your television does not fit into any of these equations and although it is difficult to take specific steps to follow, we can try to find some instructions that can guide you in the process. Some steps that generally go through access settings from the remote control, either by the key “Settings”, “Home” or other similar.
Within the configuration we must find something like “Tuning”, “Channel search”, “Channel setup” … some similar term. Once located, it is convenient to use the automatic search, bearing in mind that all current channels will disappear and will be replaced by new ones. From there, it only remains to order the channels, which is not little.
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