Samsung TVs 2019 and 2018 only have basic voice control functions. Therefore, it will not be superfluous to update this function with an additional set-top box. The fact is that voice control is most likely already installed inside the remote control, and you do not need to purchase and install additional devices. For those who haven’t bought a TV like this yet and aren’t willing to spend the money to get one extra feature on your TV, Alexa is always happy to help you with that. Here is How to connect Alexa
How to connect Alexa to your Samsung Smart TV
First, make sure both devices are turned on and working properly. Then make sure they are connected to the same Wi-Fi network. Also, before we proceed, you need to set up your TV as an item using the SmartThings app. To do this, you need to sign in to your Samsung account on the TV.
Then download the SmartThings app and the Amazon Alexa app to your phone. This is required to synchronize these devices via your phone. Make sure you use the same information as you used to sign in to your Samsung TV account and Amazon Echo account.
Once you’re done, you’ll need to find your Samsung TV in the Samsung Smart Things app. To do this, go to the device menu at the bottom of the app. After that select “add device” and select your TV from the list. If your TV is on and on the same network as your phone, this should be easy.
Next, after syncing your phone and TV, select Samsung Smart TV( and enable it to use the button next to it as a smart device. Then follow the same steps in the Amazon Alexa app. If your Alexa device doesn’t sync with your phone automatically, just select the device you want from the device menu and follow it.
Next, enable the Samsung SmartThings skill in the Amazon Alexa app. This will sync your apps. Alexa should then automatically connect to the TV. If not, just select the TV you want in the Amazon Alexa app.
Congratulations! Now the full range of voice control functions is available for you!