Mobile phones have ceased to be considered as pure devices for communication: they have become true multimedia tools.
Nowadays, how can you do without a smartphone? The same thing is happening with televisions today: all major manufacturers are offering additional functions.
In this article, we will show you how to make the most of your PANASONIC TX-55GZ950 TV OLED UHD.
Cloud is now accessible via many devices.
This is also the case on your PANASONIC TX-55GZ950 TV OLED UHD.
In particular, the Cloud allows you to play your films, series and other videos, music or even games in real time, without having to download the entire file before starting.
Here are some Cloud applications for your smart TV that you might want to install and use.
Many applications are available on your PANASONIC TX-55GZ950 TV OLED UHD.
Movies, series and videos on PANASONIC TX-55GZ950 TV OLED UHD
TV programs on your PANASONIC TX-55GZ950 TV OLED UHD
Sport via PANASONIC TX-55GZ950 TV OLED UHD
Music on PANASONIC TX-55GZ950 TV OLED UHD
- Steam Link: you can play games directly on the big screen of your TV, thanks to your remote control, a joystick, or an additional game console.
This also saves you the cost of buying a game console.
A few precautions
Be careful, many of these services can be subject to a fee.
We recommend you to read the sales conditions before making a commitment.
Also, this list is not exhaustive, many other services are available on your PANASONIC TX-55GZ950 TV OLED UHD.
Mirroring your smartphone
There are 3 main protocols to connect your PANASONIC TX-55GZ950 TV OLED UHD to your phone:
- The DLNA protocol for “Digital Living Network Alliance” and its “UPnP”
- The AirPlay push protocol
- The LELink (“Low Energy Link”) protocol
To use them best on your PANASONIC TX-55GZ950 TV OLED UHD, we recommend that you use a dedicated application.
A drop screen data transmission protocol allows the phone to be connected to the same network as the television.
A dedicated channel, via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, is then created. By clicking on the “Drop Screen” button of your phone, your mobile starts to search for the corresponding services.
The TV is then searched, the phone sends a video address to the TV, and when the TV receives the file, it starts playing.
Your TV can then be fully controlled by your phone.
Use the “TV box” function of your PANASONIC TX-55GZ950 TV OLED UHD
No need to pay cable or satellite to access additional programs.
Generally, Smart TVs are able to work with an integrated decoder: there is no need to buy a separate decoder.
This saves you money.
You can use the built-in TV box and watch many movies, TV series and various shows online.
External storage with reading function
A USB stick or mobile hard drive allows you to download a video file to your computer, copy it, and play it on your PANASONIC TX-55GZ950 TV OLED UHD from this external media.
Video over the internet is often not very smooth when network conditions are not good.
Be careful to respect the copyrights when using this type of manipulation, however.
To summarize: using your PANASONIC TX-55GZ950 TV OLED UHD
A Smart TV is a television with many more features than traditional TV.
Your PANASONIC TX-55GZ950 TV OLED UHD works with a full operating system and contains a software platform that allows third-party application software developers to develop their own applications, which can then be installed on your PANASONIC TX-55GZ950 TV OLED UHD. Functions such as listening to music, watching videos, surfing the Internet, viewing photos, etc. can be activated.
Your PANASONIC TX-55GZ950 TV OLED UHD is an integration of a traditional TV set, a computer and a decoder.
On a smart TV, both the operating system and some applications are pre-installed.
These can be updated via the official menu on your PANASONIC TX-55GZ950 TV OLED UHD, the App Store and other third party stores.
Updating via an app store is somewhat similar to what is available on today’s smartphones.
Of course, your PANASONIC TX-55GZ950 TV OLED UHD can also connect to external devices such as a digital set-top box, a Blu-ray player, a game console, an external receiver and many more.
How do I get to settings on my Panasonic Smart TV?
– Press “Menu” on your remote and select “Network”
– Select “TV Anywhere Settings”/TV Anytime Setting.
– Please turn “ON” the “TV Anywhere”/TV Anytime.
How can I control my Panasonic TV without a remote?
Turning the TV On and Off Without Remote You can use the buttons on the back or side of your TV to turn it on and off, navigate menus, and change channels and volume.
On Panasonic TVs, the control buttons are usually on the right side in the back.
Menu of TV OLED PANASONIC TX-55GZ950E
6 ancillary questions
What is the Viera Link on my Panasonic TV?
VIERA Link™ is a new name for EZ SyncEZ SyncConsumer Electronics Control (CEC) is a feature of HDMI designed to control HDMI connected devices by using only one remote controller; so, individual CEC enabled devices can command and control each other without user intervention, for up to 15 devices.https://en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Consumer_Electronics_ControlConsumer Electronics Control – Wikipedia™.
This function allows you to use your remote control for the Panasonic TV for easy operations when this unit has been connected to a VIERA Link compatible device using an HDMI mini cable (supplied) for automatic linked operations (Not all operations are possible).
How do I get my antenna to pick up channels?
– Adjust The Position.
– Switch To An Outdoor Or Attic Antenna.
– Keep The Cable Away From Power Cords.
– Upgrade Your Cable Splitters.
– Install An Antenna Rotator.
How do I scan channels on my Panasonic Smart TV?
Press the [MENU] button on the TV remote.
Press the [▼Down Arrow] arrow to select “TV” and press [OK]. Press the [▼Down Arrow] arrow to select “Tuner Mode” and press [OK]. Press the [▼Down Arrow] arrow to select “Channel Scan” and press [OK].
How do I get local channels on my Panasonic Smart TV?
Why is my Panasonic TV not finding channels?
The most likely culprit for losing a channel in 2020’s FCC “re-pack” is that the channel’s broadcast frequency changed.
If you suddenly lose a channel, the first thing to try is to re-scan for channels on your TV.
If that doesn’t work, unplug your antenna, re-scan, then plug your antenna back in and scan again.
Why is my antenna not picking up channels?
If hills, trees, buildings, or other geographic features are in between the broadcast towers and the antenna, the signals might not be able to reach your antenna.
Elevating the antenna, either by placing it in a higher location or using a taller mast, will increase the signal reception.
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