One-For-All Universal Remote Codes For Samsung TV

Hey, What’s going on? Do you want to know the One-For-All universal remote codes for Samsung TV? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. In this article, we are going to provide you with the right One-For-All universal remote codes for Samsung TV.

We have mentioned the best methods to program your universal remote to your Samsung tv. With this guide, you’ll be able to easily program your remote and start using it to control your TV with ease. Whether you’re setting it up for the first time or trying to troubleshoot a problem.

One-For-All Universal Remote Codes For Samsung TV

One-For-All Universal Remote Codes For Samsung TV

4 Digit Codes


5 Digit Codes


How To Program One For All Universal Remote With Samsung TV

To program a One-For-All Universal Remote control with a Samsung TV, we have described two methods. Follow the steps to program your device with the universal remote.

Program One For All Universal Remote With Samsung TV Using Manual Method

  1. First, turn the device on.
  2. Press the device button on your remote and select the device from the devices category.
  3. Now press and hold the Setup button of the remote until its Light starts to flash.
  4. Finally, enter the Keycode which you collected from the above list.
  5. Then, point your remote at your device and then Press And Hold The Power button.
  6. Your device should turn On.
  7. Once you have done the above procedure your remote should be working for all the functions

Program One For All Universal Remote With Samsung TV Without Codes

This method works best when you doesn’t have codes for your device as it automatically searches for the codes according to your device.

  1. Turn on your device.
  2. Press and hold the “Setup” button on your Magnavox universal remote mc345 until the button blinks twice.
  3. Enter the code 991 into your remote. The button should blink twice again.
  4. Press and release the “Power” button on your remote.
  5. Point the remote at your Samsung TV and press and hold the “Channel Up” button until your TV turns off. Release the button and press it again once, then release it a second time (this is known as a double-press).
  6. Your TV is now programmed to work with your universal remote!

Troubleshooting Guide

If you are facing troubles in programming your universal remote, here are some troubleshooting tips and tricks that might help you.

  • Make sure that the remote has fresh batteries and they’re properly inserted.
  • If the first code doesn’t work, try a few others listed above.
  • Try resetting the remote to its default settings and then reprogramming it.
  • Ensure that the TV’s infrared receiver is not blocked and is working properly.
  • If none of these steps resolve the issue, contact One-For-All for further assistance.


By following the steps outlined in this guide, you can easily program your remote to control your Samsung TV. If you encounter any difficulties or issues, refer to the troubleshooting guide.

If the issue still persists, you can contact One-For-All support for additional assistance. Or you can also contact us in the comments below. Thanks!


How do I connect my One For All to my Samsung?

First, press your remote’s MAGIC key. Choose the device you wish to control in step two. Step 3: Finally, press and hold the remote control digit for your brand and device (e.g. 6 for Samsung TV). Release the key as soon as the device shuts off, and the LED on the remote will start to flicker twice.

Does One For All remote work on Samsung?

You can discover the ideal universal remote control for your Samsung devices in the broad One For All product selection. You can connect up to eight different devices if you own one of our universal remotes!

How do I use my old One For All remote?

Simply aim your One For All remote control and your original remote control in the same direction to begin the remote control learning process. You can now choose the key you want to replicate and depress it on both your original remote and your One For All remote control.

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