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LG AI ThinQ® TVs discussions including Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. Setup, usage, specific models, new releases, and upgrades.


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    • You english is perfectly correct. I am French and member of this community group (not a LG employee). I also bougth the C3 TV recently and I also have this logo that takes 2 seconds or so. But I choose to go directly to the "recent input" (your Entrada Reciente) so I bypass the LG menu (there is a paramter for this). However, I think your question is about how to bypass the logo, isn't it ? I don't have the answer for that. I think the logo is "mandatory". Phil. 
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    • I have run into the same problem, and have discovered a workaround. I have a Google Pixel 7a, so always connected to a Google account. And YouTube on my LG UJ6300 is logged into the same account. With both devices on the same wifi, when I run the YouTube app on both devices, the phone offers to connect both devices. I then see the comments and other options (including the like and dislike buttons) on my phone that relate to whatever video is playing on the TV. The like and dislike buttons on the phone work as expected, whereas they are still non-functional on the TV's app. It's not ideal, but at least it gives me some means of training YouTube's algorithm with my interests.
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    • @Buymode It started working again, but has now gone back to timing out.  My troubleshooting steps consist of shrugging and switching to broadcast 233. Do you have any other suggestions?
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