Losing the remote is one of the dreadful real-life issues. At times we can’t locate our remote, we lose it, it breaks, or the battery goes down. Dealing with these issues is very much important. In this advanced era of technology, everything has an alternative. Likewise, we can control our TV without a remote. This article will show you How to Turn On Hisense TV without remote.
What are the methods to Turn On Hisense TV without a remote?
There are 2 ways to have control over your Hisense TV without a remote. They are:
- Using RemoteNOW
- Using TV buttons
With Hisense’s RemoteNOW app, the user can have an experience of controlling your Hisense TV with a remote. And some of the exciting features are as follows:
- Experience in using a real remote control
- Share Smartphone content to your Hisense TV
- Group your favorite content at one place for easy access
- Easy-to-use interface
- Install apps easily with the help of RemoteNOW app
- Browse TV apps installed and control them over smartphone
- Know all about Broadcast TV channels
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How to Turn On Hisense TV without remote Via RemoteNow?
Note: This method works only if you added your Hisense TV to your RemoteNow App. Otherwise, you can’t use this method.
Step1: Download and Install the RemoteNOW app on your Smartphone. You can download it on Android or iOS from PlayStore or AppStore respectively.
Step2: Click open the RemoteNOW app.
Step3: Now, you will see the tutorial and available features of the RemoteNOW app.
Step4: Accept the End User License Agreement on your Hisense TV.
Step5: Update your Hisense TV.
Step6: Provide the same Wi-Fi connection to your Smartphone and Hisense TV.
Step7: From the list of available TVs choose your Hisense TV.
Step8: Now, you have to enter the Password on your Smartphone.
Step9: Now your Hisense TV and your Smartphone are paired.
Step10: You will see the Remote layout.
Step11: You can have full control over your Hisense TV. You can adjust volume, change channels, set up your Hisense TV, etc…
Step12: With the RemoteNOW app, you can browse and subscribe on EPG.
Turn on Hisense TV using RemoteNow
Open your RemoteNow app, Click the Power button and switch on your TV.
Note: This method is applicable with the following models of Hisense TV only. Before downloading the app, check whether your Hisense TV is listed out in the list below:
- 43″, 49”, 50”, 55”, 65” H6E Series
- 43”, 55”, 65” H60x0E Series
- 32″, 40″, 43″ V5G Series(supports voice service)
- 43”, 50”, 55”, 65”, 75” H8E Series (supports voice service)
- 43”, 50”, 55”, 65”, 75” H80x0E Series (supports voice service)
- 55”, 65” H9E Series (supports voice service)
- 55”, 65” H90x0E Series (supports voice service)
- 50″, 55″ V6G Series (supports voice service)
- 50″, 55″, 65″, 75″ H8G Series
- 65″, 75″ H9G Series
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How to share content from Smartphone to Hisense TV?
Step1: Power on your Hisense TV.
Step2: Head to Settings.
Step3: Go to Application Setting.
Step4: Click Content Sharing and turn it on.
Step5: Now, you can share your mobile content to your Hisense TV and watch it on your TV.
How to Turn On Hisense TV without remote using TV buttons?
Step1: Plug in your Hisense TV to the power source.
Step2: In Hisense TV the button is presented back of the TV.
Step3: Tap once on the button to put it on Sleep mode.
Step4: To get out from sleep mode, tap it once again.
Step5: To turn off your Hisense TV, press and hold the button.
Step6: To turn on your Hisense TV, you just have to tap once. This will take few seconds.
The drawback of this method is the unavailability of buttons to perform more actions with your Hisense TV.
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To wrap, RemoteNOW is a better backup option in case of the absence of your Hisense TV remote. This method works well but there are minor flaws in this app with a lack of control over power on and off buttons. But the best part is the wake of cast option in RemoteNOW as it allows you to continue your watch during your TV standby.