BlueCurve TV Settings let you set preferences for your On-Screen Guide and for your device, set language settings, set and manage Parental Controls, and access Help. In Settings you can also set your preferences for accessibility settings.
To access the Settings menu:
With Preferences you can access General Settings, including background darkness levels, notifications, and recommendations. General Settings allow you to set your preferences for:
General settings include:
With Device Settings you can set preferences for Hardware settings including closed captioning, screen display, and audio.
Device settings include:
Allows you to check your battery level and turn voice control on/off for the BlueCurve remote control.
Remote settings include:
Learn more: Programming Your BlueCurve TV Remote Control
With Language settings you can set closed captioning, secondary audio programming, and menu language.
Language settings include:
Adjusting your Daily Update Settings will allow you to define when your BlueCurve box downloads its updates. You might want to do this if you wish to ensure that the box is not active at night, when the bright lights might cause a disturbance.
You can change the default time at which your BlueCurve box updates as follows:
Learn more: BlueCurve TV firmware settings
Use parental controls to limit access to certain features and restrict viewing based on ratings, networks, and more. See How to Setup Parental Controls. Using parental controls you can set:
Learn more: BlueCurve TV - Parental Controls Overview
With Accessibility Settings you can access features and services to assist with different needs, including closed captioning and video descriptions.
Accessibility options include:
Labs allows you to try out experimental new features on your TV. These features may change, not work, or go away at any time. Some of the options currently featured in Labs include:
Within the Help feature of Settings you can find useful resources to help restart your device, set up your remote, get tips, and more.