Advertisements I got a Samsung smart TV a few months ago. My first smart TV so it's been a learning curve. I own two Premiers and a Roamio OTA. I dropped cable two years ago so the Tivos all run on antenna. I don't know if this is a Samsung issue or a Tivo premiere issue. TiVo premier is connected to an HDMI. The premier's remote controls the TV volume and power on/off but not the HDMI input switching. Should it? I have to use the Samsung remote to get to the TIVO input. The Samsung also has a Roku connected and a Playstation connected. The Roku remote turns on the Samsung and it defaults to the Roku HDMI, ready to watch content. The PS4 Remote powers on and defaults to that HDMI ready to use it the PS4. It's only the TiVo premiere that requires me to use the Samsung remote to move to the TiVo HDMI port and then select it before I can use to TiVo remote to interact with the Premiere. I don't know if this is pertinent but the Premiere runs in classic mode. It's less confusing to use since I don't need any streaming content other than Fubo, which isn't available on TiVo.