Not received my attenuator yet but please see below a response that I got from LG Help/Support. To be fair I have no idea what they're talking about. As far as I'm concerned TV is a TV, I don't look into what format it operates under.
Thank you for your response. I have had another look into this for you.
It is possible that your old Toshiba smart TV was formatted to MHEG channels whereas our models are not. We would be unable to repair this feature though as it is a compatibility issue, so if the TV were to have parts replaced they would be formatted the same way and therefore you would have the same issue.
I am sorry to hear that you are very unhappy about this. I would be glad to raise a customer suggestion for you regarding the formatting of our channels however I cannot guarantee that anything will be changed because of this.
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if you mean the menu that appears when you press the "guide"button on the remote, the answer is no. I have a fibre glass connection; from the modem an ethernet cable goes to my settop box. There is no DVB-C (eg cable connection) signal, so no guide.
Or do you mean something else?
I'm in the same boat with my LG 65UH7700 (bought in 2017). Seems to me that the USB adapter is getting the power it needs and is communicating with the network, but the OS doesn't seem to recognize that it can use that device for an internet connection.
Any hope here?
Unable to make Bluetooth connection between TV and mobile phone. Phone shows LG Tv but will not pair with it? TV is OLED55B9PLA.
Unable to connect with Google assistant to access my Google diary, message indicates that device not connected but I am unable to resolve issue. Weather info works fine?
I am pretty sure the answer is going to be no, you will not be able to get Disney+ on webOS 2. Disney are having a hard enough time programming for webOS 3> and like other content providers (eg Hotstar) will probably choose not to support earlier platforms.