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I believe they're referring to channel designation in each country.

 

United States - channels 1-11

Europe - channels 1-13

Japan - channels 1-14

 

This does not affect power output or anything else.  The channels themselves are also the same.  Many routers stick to 11 channels to remain world-compatible.
 

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In Africa I'd use the EU setting.

 

I'm reading that maybe you want to use the WIFI REGION "A" setting.

 

http://www.tomsguide.com/answers/id-2310114/samsung-smart-un46es6100-connect-wireless-network-anymore/page-2.html

https://www.cnet.com/forums/post/214384ae-830e-4acb-9cfb-0c10918b2ede/

 

Might not be your exact TV but they sound like they have similar operating systems and settings.  I'd definitely try "A".  Let us know how that works.

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Hi

unfortunately it doesn´t work.

May be I have to change region from PANEURO to AFR or S AFR?

The question is that, I bought a Samsung Smart TV K series in Portugal and brought it to Cape Verde, West Africa, and cannot access to Smart Hub ( the TV gets stuck in Terms and Conditions)

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