How to Download, Install and Use ExpressVPN on Samsung Smart TV

It’s true that Samsung Smart TVs can’t run VPN applications. However, ExpressVPN has come up with a specialized tool for unblocking new types of content. So, let’s talk about how to set up and use ExpressVPN on a Samsung TV. 


In theory, any smart TV made by Samsung should work with ExpressVPN. Still, it is recommended to run the latest software version on your TV. You can update its software by going to Settings > Support > Software Update > Update Now. Depending on your smart TV model, you’ll want to check other ways of updating as well. 


In this article, we will talk about setting up ExpressVPN’s MediaStreamer. This tool is designed to unblock media streaming content – but doesn’t replace a fully-featured VPN. The only way to get complete VPN protection on your Samsung TV is to install ExpressVPN on a router.

1. Begin this procedure by signing up for ExpressVPN

2. Once you get to ExpressVPN’s site, click on any of the buttons labeled ‘Get ExpressVPN.’

3. Pick a subscription, input your email address, and provide your payment details. 

4. Once done, you will receive a confirmation email from ExpressVPN’s team. 

5. At this point, return to ExpressVPN’s website (make sure that you’re on its homepage). 

6. Select ‘My Account‘ using the website’s main menu (in the top-right corner). 

Signing In to ExpressVPN Website

7. Provide your email address and password and log-in to access your online dashboard. 

8. You might be asked for a verification code, which you’ll get via an email message. 

9. Once you access your online dashboard, click on ‘DNS Settings‘ on the right. 

10. First, click on the ‘Register My IP Address‘ button (under ‘IP Address Registration’). 

Registering IP Address for DNS MediaStreamer ExpressVPN

11. Then, flip the switch just below, labeled ‘Automatically Register My IP Address.’

Letting ExpressVPN Automatically Register IP Address

12. Make sure that no errors appear, and re-check if you’ve set everything properly. 

13. Then, return one step (to the homepage of your online dashboard). 

14. Click on the ‘Set Up Other Devices‘ button (located at the top of that page). 

15. On the right, you’ll see a list of supported devices. Click on ‘MediaStreamer.’

ExpressVPN MediaStreamer Addresses

16. On the left, you should see two IP addresses at this point. Leave this page open. 

17. Turn to your Samsung TV for the rest of this procedure. 

18. Using your TV’s remote, press the ‘Menu‘ button. 

19. Then, navigate to Network > Network Status

Network Status Settings on Samsung TV

20. Once your TV checks your Web connection, click on the ‘IP Settings‘ button. 

Accessing IP Settings on Samsung TV

21. Select ‘DNS Settings‘ and then pick ‘Enter Manually.’

DNS Settings on Samsung TV

22. Now, enter the string of numbers from ExpressVPN’s website. 

Changing DNS Settings on Samsung TV

23. To save these changes, press the ‘Enter‘ button on your remote. Then, select ‘OK.’

24. Your TV will recheck your Web connection. No errors should appear at this point. 

Network Status on Samsung TV After Changed DNS Settings

25. Finally, click on ‘Close‘ to exit the setup screen and finalize this procedure. 


Keep in mind that some Samsung TVs might be region-locked, making it impossible to unblock certain media streaming services. In that case, we recommend using your smartphone (with ExpressVPN installed and running) and mirroring its screen using your Samsung smart TV. 

With that said, we recommend checking our article on installing ExpressVPN on iPhones and iPads, as well as setting up ExpressVPN on Android devices.

That would be all on how to set up and use ExpressVPN on a Samsung Smart TV. In case of any questions or doubts, make sure to post your comment below. And lastly, thank you for reading!



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