I have just bought an LG 49UF7787 from Germany. After setting it up, the preinstalled Netflix app wanted me to update itself. It does not work without updating. When I try to update, it gives me "content not available" error. It is not even listed in the all apps section.
Is it something related to the TV itself or a general Netflix app problem on WebOS 2.0?
I'm French and new on this forum.
I would like to know if it was possible to delete pictures which are "by default" in the storage of my LG webOS TV.
I can see those pictures in Smart Share and, in some ways, it "pollute" my pictures.
I'm talking about defaults pictures stored IN the TV like the picture of the "red balloon", etc.
Any idea ?
My TV : 42LB650V
Firmware : 04.0.13 ? (don't remember exactly)
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