Tips for Using USB Storage Device on TV


When using USB Storage Device on TV, there are some tips. Please follow them to keep you file safe.

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1. A USB storage device that has a built-in automatic recognition program or uses its own driver might not be recognizable.

2. Some USB storage devices may not be supported or may not work properly.

3. If you use a USB extension cable, the USB storage device may not be recognized or may not work properly.

4. Please use only USB storage devices formatted with the FAT32, exFAT or NTFS file system provided by Windows OS.

5. It is recommended that you use an external USB HDD with a rated voltage of 5V or less and a rated current of 500 mA or less. If you use a device requiring a higher voltage/current than the rated voltage/current, it may not operate properly due to lack of current.

6. It is recommended that you use a USB hub or USB storage device with a power supply.

7. We recommend using a storage device with a capacity of 32 GB for the USB memory and 2 TB or less for the USB hard disk.

8. If a USB HDD with power-saving function does not work turn the hard drive off and on again to make it work properly. For more information about the USB HDD, see the Owner’s manual.

9. Data on a USB storage device may be damaged. It is recommended that you back up any important files. Users are responsible for data management. The manufacturer bears no responsibility.

10. When connecting a USB storage device, a random file/folder can be created to provide Smart TV services such as the saving and retrieving of thumbnail images.