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#1 sspv134

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Posted April 17, 2015 - 05:05 AM

Dear sir/ madam, I am using LG SMART TV model number is 42LB6520. I am unable to watch the videos through web browser. I informed LG Qatar, they registered complaint and send the technician. After the LG technician check the TV he told me, the reason is currently installed the adobe flash player version is not support with web browser. After that no one call me and not came for check the TV. So I have to use TV, without using web browser? please give me some suggestion. Thank you.



#2 Jimbo1876

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Posted April 17, 2015 - 05:14 AM

Dear sir/ madam, I am using LG SMART TV model number is 42LB6520. I am unable to watch the videos through web browser. I informed LG Qatar, they registered complaint and send the technician. After the LG technician check the TV he told me, the reason is currently installed the adobe flash player version is not support with web browser. After that no one call me and not came for check the TV. So I have to use TV, without using web browser? please give me some suggestion. Thank you.


They never ever claimed at any time that you could watch Flash videos through the web browser on your TV. Exactly the same situation as an Apple iPad or iPhone - the outdated Flash platform is not supported. The web browser functions adequately well in most other aspects.







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