Using the USB connector to control a TV is a pretty simple affair, but you don’t want to make a mistake when it comes to the connection to your computer.
So here are a few tips on how to make the connection work correctly.
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Make sure you have enough room for the cable The simplest way to ensure you have sufficient room for your USB cable is to use a space-saving adapter.
Here’s how to use one from Home Depot or Walmart to plug in your TV:The HDMI cable from your TV has a long cable, which means it will run from your computer to the USB port.
The longer cable can be plugged in to the wall if you’re using a wall-mounted HDMI cable.
Check the power supply is fully charged If you don, or need to, use an adapter to connect your USB cord to your TV, you’ll need to charge the USB power supply before you start to use it.
If you’re plugged in with the HDMI cable plugged into the wall, you can power it up by connecting the USB cable to your PC and then plugging the USB Power Supply into the PC.
The power cord will automatically charge once it’s plugged in. 3.
Check for USB errors with the cable If you find that the cable doesn’t work, it’s important to check that the USB connection is functioning correctly.
This is especially important if you don`t have an HDMI cable in your living room.
The most common problems with USB connections include an HDMI input that doesn’t support the current HDMI input standard, or a USB port that doesn`t support the HDMI input.
Check if the cable is plugged in correctly If the cable isn’t plugged in properly, you might need to reconnect it to the power source.
To do this, press and hold the power button for at least 15 seconds and the volume down button for 5 seconds.
If the cable still isn’t in contact with the power, try a different power source to make sure it works.
If all else fails, plug the cable back into the power outlet.
Connect your USB cables to the HDMI output with the adapters If your USB TV cable doesn` t support the HDCP standard, it won`t work with your HDMI cable unless you use a compatible adapter.
Here`s how to find the right adapter to use with your USB video and audio signals.
The HDMI cable you`re plugging in with your TV isn`t HDCP compliant, so you can use a different cable for the HDCI cable, the HDMI audio source, or the HDMI video source.
Connect the HDMI cables together using a plug and play method This method will work if you have a USB TV adapter that you can plug into your computer and plug the power cable into.
The adapter doesn`T have to be the exact same as the HDMI adapter, but it should work if it has the same ports and connectors.
Check your HDMI output is working before powering up your TV and connecting your USB devices Before you power up your computer, check your HDMI video output to make certain it`s working properly.
You can also power up a TV with your computer by connecting an HDMI to a USB hub that is compatible with HDMI.
Check that your HDMI input is working and working properly before plugging any USB devices into your USB adapter If both your HDMI and USB output are working properly, then you can start plugging your USB device(s) into your TV using the USB input on your adapter.
If your HDMI or USB input is not working, you need to power it down first before you plug any USB device into it. 9.
Power up your USB television with an adapter before pluging any USB source into your cable If one of your USB sources is not displaying, you`ll need to plug it into the USB output of your adapter first before plugting any USB sources into your HDMI source.
Plug the USB adapter into the HDMI source of your TV. 10.
Check to make your USB source and HDMI source work correctly before plug the USB device in to your cable