• 28 January 2024
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My TV won't connect to internet only wifi.When I try to open an app it tells me I need to connect to xfinity who was my previous provider.Anyone else have have this problem?


Best answer by Brian V 30 January 2024, 19:32

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Just a guess.  You may need to go into your TV WiFi setting and tell it to “forget” your old xfinity network.  Then start from scratch and try to connect to the new TMI one.


Thanks ,I called Samsung they had me unplug the TV and it worked.Tmobile they didn't have any idea.The good news is I'm all set.

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