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How To Turn Voice Off On Samsung Tv?

When you are listening to music or an audio book, there is often times a voice or someone else’s talk in the background. Sometimes this voice is very obnoxious, making it difficult to listen to the media you were watching or reading.

On some devices, such as smart phones, tablets, and laptops, there is an option to turn off the microphone while recording or streaming content. This feature is not present on televisions yet!

Fortunately, you do not have to use your phone or computer as a speaker anymore. You can simply connect your TV to a stereo system or headphone jack and use that instead! This article will show you how to turn off the voice of the device connected to the television so that you may enjoy silence more frequently.

Look for the voice control option

Recent developments in smart TV technology have allowed for additional ways to turn off the television, computer or phone that you are using. Some screens now offer an easy way to mute or turn down the volume by asking if you want to use your voice as input.

This is called voice activation and can be done through Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa or Microsoft Cortana. Once this feature is enabled, you will need to tell it what channel or device you would like to silence before it does so!

You can also choose which assistant you would like to use for this. For example, if you find yourself constantly talking into the microphone because you cannot figure out how to switch off your smartphone then simply choosing Google Assistant may help. You can read more about why that is here.

Press the button to enter voice control mode

In addition to being able to use your phone as a controller, you can also turn on some of the features of the TV using the built-in microphone and speaker. This is called voice recognition or voice command mode and it works very similarly to gesture controls.

You’ll have to link your Amazon account to access this feature but after that, anyone in the world will be able to make calls on your television! (Yes, even if they don’t have an Alexa device.) You won’t be able to call people directly though; you’ll need to connect to a VoIP service like Google Duo or Skype first.

Voice commands are pretty intuitive. You just say what you want to do, hit accept, and away you go! The channels and apps for the TV will determine whether they offer direct voice integration, so check before getting too excited.

Say the command out loud

 

If you are stuck in an endless loop of voice chat or if your phone is constantly listening for commands, it’s time to turn off voice search.

To do this, simply say the command “voice search disable” into speaker mode or headphones and press the button located next to volume down. Your device will then no longer look through Google or Amazon as a source of information and media!

This trick has worked well for us, but be careful how much you use this tip as there may still be times when you need quick access to Siri or Alexa. Just remember that they have overhead costs like most other apps so make sure you are not wasting resources.

Press the button to exit voice control mode

The next step is to press the button that says Exit or use the app you chose as your controller. You can now turn off the TV, mute it, or do whatever else you wanted to earlier!

This way will work every time if you need to turn off the TV quickly (for example, when someone comes into the room). Your new shortcut works immediately without having to find the right interface first!

We hope you enjoyed this article about how to turn off the voice feature of your Samsung TV! If you had success with these tips, let us know in the comments below.

Confirm your wish to turn voice control off

If you want to completely disable voice recognition on your TV, there is an easy way to do it! You can simply confirm that you no longer desire for Amazon or Netflix to use their service as a speaker by changing this in their settings.

If you decide to go this route, you will need to re-enable the device later. The same goes if you choose to change the smartphone app that uses the feature.

You will have to manually find each tool and see what apps can be enabled or disabled under Settings > Devices > Apps and Games. Look through all of the features and see if anything looks familiar.

Press the button to exit voice control mode

The next thing you will want to do is press the button that says Exit or Abrir which means open. You can now turn off your device by pressing this button, thus ending voice command!

This way you are sure to disable all of your apps’s voice commands for good and cannot be re-enabled unless there is another way to use voice recognition. Make sure to press this button quickly as it may take some time to fully load before tapping it again.

After doing this, you can close the app or program if needed.

Confirm your wish to turn voice control off

If you want to remove the feature completely, then confirm that you no longer desire this service. You can do this by clicking ‘Turn off phone services’ in Settings -> Device management -> More settings -> Phone or messaging apps -> Always allow calls from this app -> Check box next to ‘Samsung Connect’.

You will also need to disable any third-party applications that are connected to the internet for use as an intermediary. This includes things such as WhatsApp, Slack and Instagram.

Reboot your TV

If all else fails, try rebooting your television! This will usually fix most anything that you can do via remote or mobile device. Simply turn off the power for the TV, wait a few seconds, and then turn it back on.

If this doesn’t work, try using the reset button located at the top of the screen. All modern smart TVs have a very easy way to re-initialize the settings so that everything is restored to their default state. This includes changing channel assignments, setting up accounts, etc.

There are some things that cannot be fixed through resetting though. For example, if you connect an external monitor or phone with audio capabilities, these may not function properly after a tv reboot.

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