Subtitles can be useful, but very often they are annoying and prevent you from enjoying the content. The problem is that some people just don’t know how to turn off captions and that causes problems.
How to disable subtitles on a Samsung TV
You should understand that there are a lot of caption sources in your TV. For example, they may be turned on in your streaming app (like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video or Disney+) or directly in your TV settings.
If captions are turned on in app, you should disable them in the app as well. And if subtitles are turned on for broadcast programs, you should disable them directly in the TV settings.
How to disable subtitles for broadcasting programs
In case you want to disable captions directly for TV broadcast programs you should to do the following:
- Turn on your TV (obviously)
- Take your remote control and open the menu
- Select Settings
- Then click on General
- Go to Accessibility
- Click on Caption Settings
- Go to Caption
- Set the caption settings to Off
What to do if you can’t disable captions on your Samsung TV
If you’ve disabled the captions according to the instructions above and they are still not disabled, it means that the captions are generated by the app.
This means that you have to go into the app settings and disable the captions there.
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