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    • okay, many thanks indeed...............it keeps reminding me every time i turn on the tv..................wish today's TVs will stop trying to act as a computer
    • Sorry to hear that.  Have you tried unplugging all HDMI/USB/Ethernet cables/devices and turning on the TV to see if any issues can be detected?  Then plug them back one at a time, ethernet first, to see if you find any correspondence with the problems.  Sometimes, just reseating these things will help. For further options call LG support.
    • Hi Dave,   Thanks. I have already tried all these suggestions and they did not help. I appreciate the input.   Thanks
    • Have a look in settings/safety, that's where it will be if it exists.
    • In general, it's not possible to reinstall the same firmware via USB that's already installed in the TV, it does a version check, doesn't recognize newer software and doesn't proceed. First troubleshooting step is to unplug the TV from the power cord and let it sit for 15 minutes.  While it's unplugged you can also hold in the TV's power button for 30 seconds to help drain any residual voltages. Plug it back in and recheck the TV.  If the above did not help, you can try doing a full reset (It will be like when turned on for the first time) You'll find it in settings/general Also put fresh batteries in the remote control
    • As far as I know it works the same in all LG TV's press the home button to bring up the app list.  Navigate to the app you're interested in then do a long press on the enter(OK)  button, to enter EDIT mode.. HIt the enter(OK) button one more time then the UP arrow to delete
    • I believe the space for app installs and updates is not the same space for the TV OS updates. You can avoid it for now, it may remind you from time to time; in general it's best to update the tv since it fixes bugs in the software with occasional new features  
    • Company’s ‘Optimism your feed’ Playlist Garners 1.2 Billion Views in Just Three Weeks SEOUL, June 21, 2024 — LG Electronics (LG) has launched a global social media challenge to amplify its brand promise of ‘Life’s Good’ by encouraging customers worldwide to create and share moments of everyday optimism on their social media feeds. Running across TikTok and Instagram, the challenge encourages participants to foster a more positive environment on their social media feeds by posting optimistic moments and selfies featuring the “ link hidden, please login to view” gesture – a popular symbol among K-pop idols created by forming a mini heart with the index finger and thumb – using the hashtags #Lifesgood and #Optimismyourfeed. “LG is committed to delivering on its promise of Life’s Good. This social media challenge aims to uncover and share what Life’s Good means to our customers,” said Kim Hyo-eun, vice president and head of LG’s Brand Management Division. “We believe there is real power in approaching life with an optimistic attitude, and our Optimism your feed campaign’s social media challenge is all about embracing the opportunity to inspire more positive activities in the virtual and real world.” The social media challenge is part of LG’s campaign and follows the launch last month of LG’s Optimism your feed playlist – a collection of original content that, when interacted with, will pull more optimistic content into your feed. Created in collaboration with global influencers known for their positive impact, the playlist offers users the opportunity to experience more uplifting and encouraging posts. Within just three weeks of its release on TikTok, YouTube and other social media platforms, the playlist has garnered over 1.2 billion views. It has resonated with viewers worldwide, prompting comments about their eagerness to participate and positively influence their algorithms. The social media challenge invites users around the world to join influencers including , , , , and in spreading optimism across social media feeds. In just four days, around 21,000 users have already joined the movement to share their optimistic moments. Meanwhile, LG has also launched an offline campaign event called ‘Optimism your day,’ which will run till early July. Continuing from last year, a truck adorned with the company’s ‘Life’s Good’ brand slogan is scheduled to tour the 11 business sites in Korea. The truck features a large LED display that plays ‘Life’s Good’ campaign videos and showcases positivity slogans shared by LG employees worldwide. LG believes in spreading the campaign’s message of optimism to employees as well as the outside world. “We are all brand ambassadors of LG,” said CEO William Cho. “If each of us starts brightening our surroundings one step at a time, I believe LG will one day become a company that truly radiates positivity, helping to create better lives and a better world.” More details about Life’s Good campaign can be found on the campaign page at . # # #
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