Organize the channel list of your Samsung or LG TV, rename channels and create favorite lists with this intuitive Windows application

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If you own a Samsung or an LG television set, then you might also enjoy ChanSort, a dedicated application that can help you organize their channel lists.

The devices supported by ChanSort are Samsung TVs series B, C, D, E and F, all the LG models released from 2009 until 2013, but also Toshiba TVs that use a ZIP or CHMGT.DB channel list and the Panasonic models released from 2011 until 2013 which use SVL.DB or SVL.BIN lists.

The interface might throw you off a bit, especially if you are not used to managing channel lists on a regular basis since it displays numerous types of details about each channel. However, you will get used to all the information when you start experimenting with the functions of ChanSort.

The application features Unicode support for channel names, which means they will be correctly interpreted even if your native language does not rely on the Latin alphabet, but on the Cyrillic or the Greek ones.

Due to ChanSort you will be able to effortlessly change the order of the channels so you can find them with ease when using your TV. You can drag and drop them when you want to reorder them or manually enter new numbers for each of them.

In addition, you can also rename or remove the channels you no longer want (individually or in batch), as well as add your preferred ones to a favorites list. If you want to make sure your children do not accidentally stumble across the inappropriate channels, you can also activate parental locking.

All in all, ChanSort can help you save a lot of time when it comes to changing the order or the names of your channels, especially since you do not need to set up any complicated settings (you just need to make sure .NET Framework 4.0 is installed on your PC).

We at AppsForMyPC have tested and used ChanSort and it worked pretty smoothly 🙂 🙂