The most common way to connect your TV and laptop wirelessly is using a wireless network adapter. This is a small device that plugs into the USB port on your computer and allows you to connect to an existing wireless network. Most laptops come with a built-in wireless adapter, but if you don’t have one or it’s broken, you can buy an external adapter for about $20 or less.
Once you have a wireless network adapter, here are some steps to follow:
Turn on your TV and make sure it’s connected to the Internet. If you’re using a cable or satellite box, make sure it’s turned on too.
If your TV has an ethernet jack (with an RJ45 jack), plug in an Ethernet cable from the router into that jack on the TV.
If your TV doesn’t have an ethernet jack, use its built-in wireless feature (if it has one). Go into its settings menu and look for something like “Wi-Fi” or “Wireless Network” or something similar (this may vary depending on which brand of TV you have). Once there, enter your password and connect to your router’s Wi-Fi signal.
Last modified: August 11, 2022