I can't find that model so I can't see exactly what features it has.
BUT be sure to look for any store, demo or home mode. If it's in some shop mode, you might not get to the Smart Hub.
I just installed my new Samsung UN55D6003 Smart TV, connected the Samsung Wifi adapter, connected to the internet, registered my TV online, but when I click Smart Hub, I am only getting the basic features listed, i.e. favorites, videos, etc...There's no option for the Samsung apps, and I am not able to choose Account Management (it is not giving me the option).
Don't know if I missed something when I turned it one and starting following the steps.
Really need some help with this one.
There is no browser on this model. It is WiFi capable, but does not include the dongle (the Costco/Sams/BJs version does include this - 55D6050).
You need to consider this is a Bestbuy special. Stripped down, manual transmission, rubber floor mats and not quite the full 1/2 ton rating.
I can't see where this has an App store either.
--> Time to ask BB if they will take it back or in my case I added a Logitech Revue to my not smart HDTV.
I talked to a Samsung agent and I was told that my TV does have the ability to access the appstore etc. I was also told that when I start the Smart Hub, it should say "starting", "downloading" and "installing"....I can only see ''starting" and then the start-up screen appears. it does not continue with the downloading. The TV is connected to the internet before I do this. Don't know what the issue is.
Love to read I was wrong here. Now back to Samsung and have them help you get it working. My reading of the product web page months ago didn't give me the idea that it had this.
Also, with a recent storm, many servers and ISPs have trouble but my readings here tell me folk think that should never matter.
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