Samsung Hospitality TV Programming Unlock Codes

A collection of methods to access configuration for Samsung managed/hospitality televisions.

Introduction

Maybe you’re like me. You’ve inherited a property/business or television that is actually a hotel model, and the programming is locked. It would be a shame to have to toss a perfectly good TV, right? After a lot of searching, I found that the following worked on various models of Samsung hospitality televisions.

Note: Don’t be a jerk and use these to jack around with hotels’ televisions. This is intended solely to be a resource for IT administrators and AV technicians.

The Codes

Samsung 6-Series Hospitality TVs:

Mute-1-1-Enter

Other models, starting with the TV on:

Mute-1-1-9-PowerOff

Mute-1-8-2-PowerOff

Info-Settings-Mute-PowerOff

Sleep-P.STD-Mute-PowerOff

P.STD-Menu-Sleep-PowerOff

P.STD-Help-Sleep-PowerOff

Mute-1-1-9-Enter

Other Models, starting with the TV off:

Info-Menu-Mute-PowerOn

Default passwords for Samsung hospitality TVs

  • 0000
  • 1234
  • 1111
  • 7777
  • 9999

Also, if you need to access the factory menu for a Samsung hospitality TV, you can access it by simultaneously holding the Menu button on both the remote and the TV itself. Once the factory menu appears, you can let go of the button combination. This can be used to disable the managed/hospitality mode.

Conclusion

And that’s it! I hope this can be a resource for someone else out there who has stumbled through the internet looking for information on unlocking an inherited TV like I did. If you know of any other tips or tricks regarding hospitality TVs, be sure to share them in the comments section below!

Author: griffethbarker

Griff is a tinkerer and manager of IT, consultant of IT and management, and continuous student of organizational development. His hobbies and interests include games of all types (video, board, dice, card, tabletop, etc.) as well as listening to music, photography, and writing. Find him on LinkedIn!

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