Nokia Smart TV 55 inch

Product code  55CAUHDN

Nokia Smart 55 inch UHD (4K) with Sound by JBL, powered by Android 9.0

Frequently asked questions

  1. DLED

  2. The TV works like any other Android device, such as a mobile phone. The number of apps downloaded will affect the operating speed.

  3. Yes it does.

  1. Netflix is already pre-installed on the TV.

  2. Yes, a wall mount comes free with the Nokia TV. There’s also a stylish ribbon pedestal included too.

  3. No.

  4. This Android TV comes with preloaded official apps such as Netflix, YouTube, Google Play Store, Google Movie, Google Music, and Google Game.

  5. No, it only works when the TV and a phone are connected to the same WiFi router.

  6. Yes, but within Google Bluetooth profiles. If the TV isn’t detecting your Bluetooth device, it means the Bluetooth profile isn’t listed in the Google source code.

  7. In ‘Picture settings’, go to ‘Advanced video’ options to switch on the MEMC.

  8. Whenever a new version is available, a notification will pop up on the screen. You can also check in ‘Settings’ for system updates.

  9. The TV has a 16GB ROM, but some of the memory is used by the operating system.

  10. It doesn’t come pre-installed, but you can easily side-load or download one via the Google Play Store. Chrome or Puffin are compatible web browsers.

  11. You’ll need to make sure the Location (GPS) is switched on for first-time installation.

  12. Yes, it supports any TB external hard drive – such as 2, 4, 10 TB, etc.

  13. Yes, the TV remote is infrared and Bluetooth.

  14. No, it doesn’t support Dolby Atmos, but Dolby digital with DTS Trusurround is available.

  15. Yes it does.

  16. No, the app can detect our system specifications. For security, no access is given to external app developers.

  17. Yes, HDR is supported.

  18. The ROM size is 16GB, but around 11GB is available to install apps, as the rest of the ROM is used by the operating system.

  19. It’s not essential to have a stabilizer, but you can add one if the power connection to your home or office isn’t consistent.

  20. Yes, you can use your mobile hotspot to connect to the TV, but it needs a reasonably-fast network speed.

  21. Only Chromecast is available. The TV won't support Miracast/casting.

  22. You can download ES File Explorer and find your USB files through this app.

  23. No, only Android is compatible.

  24. Step 1. Get started

    • Casting your Android screen is available on devices running Android 4.4.2 or higher. Please note: Some devices have been optimized for screen casting so your experience may vary
    • Casting your Android screen is not supported on iOS or Windows devices.
    • Turn off ‘Power Saving Mode’ on your Android device. Power Saving Mode can limit the processing power of your device which might affect the performance of the Cast Screen feature
    • Important: The ‘Microphone’ permission in the Google Play Services app needs to be turned on to successfully use the 'Cast Screen/Audio' feature with Chromecast. If you don't have this permission turned on, the Cast Screen session will immediately disconnect after trying to connect

    To turn on microphone permissions:

    1. On your Android device, tap Settings
    2. Scroll down and tap Apps   Google Play Services   Permissions
    3. Look for ‘Microphone’ and slide the slider to ‘On’

    Step 2. Cast your screen from your Android device

    1. Connect your Android device to the same WiFi network as your Chromecast or TV with Chromecast built-in
    2. Open the Google Home app  
    3. In the top-left corner of the app's Home screen, tap Menu > Cast Screen / audio > Cast Screen / audio
    4. Select your Chromecast or TV with Chromecast built-in

    Step 3. Adjust the volume when casting your Android screen

    1. Open the Google Home app
    2. In the upper right corner of the home screen, tap Devices to see your available Chromecast or TV with Chromecast built-in
    3. Tap the device card for the Chromecast or TV with Chromecast built-in that is currently casting content
    4. Move the slider to adjust the volume

    Step 4. Stop casting your screen from your Android device

    From the Google Home app:

    1. Open the Google Home app
    2. In the top-left corner of the app's Home screen, tap Menu > Cast Screen / audio > Disconnect

    From the notification drawer:

    1. Pull down the notification drop-down drawer on your Android device
    2. Tap the "Casting screen" notification > Disconnect
  25. You can connect up to five devices to the TV.

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