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#21 hans

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Posted December 22, 2015 - 04:52 PM

LG states that OS2 TVs support bluetooth.

When you have bought a one, it appears to be  LG proprietary bluetooth.

This is not the bluetooh sandard, so this is misleading.

 

LG Do something about this!



#22 Ameen Rajah

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Posted February 29, 2016 - 04:00 AM

COME ON LG 

Please enable Bluetooth A2DP support. This feature is essential.

All WebOS TVs should support not only LG proprietary Bluetooth sound bar / headset, but also all 3rd parties A2DP Bluetooth headsets. I have a LG 49UB850v and it's a real shame on LG to try and make money on their own LG sound bars or bluetooth headsets.

WE ALL WAITING.

IT USE TO WORK ON MY PREVIOUS LG 42LE5300 



#23 frustrated

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Posted May 31, 2016 - 01:24 PM

Hi

 

I have an LG TV (webos) and Samsung (Tizen) and both only connect to their own brand via Bluetooth. It seems all manufacturers are trying to establish their own ecosystem and push sales of their own devices. Not sure about Sony (Android TV) but would not be surprised if they are the same.








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