How to Connect the Wiselink USB 2.0 Port to a Wide Variety of Peripheral Digital Devices

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How to Connect the Wiselink USB 2.0 Port to a Wide Variety of Peripheral Digital Devices
All Wiselink televisions have a USB 2.0 data cable connection. (usb 2 image by Bosko Martinovic from Fotolia.com)

Some high-end Samsung televisions have a USB connection port known as Wiselink. Using this hookup, you can directly plug in different digital peripheral devices, such as cameras, video camcorders and even USB hard drives. Once connected, the television screen functions like a computer monitor, displaying the attached hardware's saved files.

Skill level:
Easy

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Things you need

  • USB data cable

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Plug the USB digital hardware into the Wiselink connection via USB cable. The USB equipment may vary from a digital camera to an external hard drive (the Wiselink detects files saved on the digital device). The USB cable port is roughly 1/2 inch wide and 1/4 inch tall. There is a trident icon printed next to the connection port.

  2. 2

    Power on the connected hardware, if it does not turn on automatically, and the Wiselink television (the power button location is going to vary, on the equipment you are using). The USB data cable running from the Wiselink hook up is plugged into the USB port on the digital device (this port is marked, just like the USB hookup on the television).

  3. 3

    Press the "Input" button option on the television (located on the TV's remote control), then choose "USB." The contents of the USB device now appear on the screen.

  4. 4

    Press the directional arrow buttons on the remote control until you highlight the file you want to view, then press "Enter" to select the information.

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