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    Finally Hotstar app available for download on 2018 smart tvs after update able to access the app for Hotstar
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    Finally Hotstar app is live on webs after software update
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    You can better post this request on the LG website. This is a user to user forum with no LG employees. You can see this at the top of the page:
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    Yes. It is not as snappy as the firestick app which I was previously using, but the picture quality is definitely better. Load times a tad higher. Still it does the job. I have given my feedback to the hotstar tech team and hope the future updates will make it better. They are yet to provide 5.1 sound.They are working on it too.
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    Hi, It would be awesome if there would be API method of getting ambilight information out of currently displaying screen image. Eg. Average of color / brightnes of border boxes of screen. This would be very much appreciated by DIY community and maybe even commercial products would benefit of it. - Jarmo
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    It would be amazing to be able to use the Philips HUE and synchronize the lights with the video and audio of the LG TV. Thanks
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    Hi, I’ve got a 2017 65SJ850V LED TV with the latest version of webOS. Does anybody knows if there’s a secret / hidden / service menu where I could see the number of hours the TV has been on ? I can’t find such info anywhere Cheers, Danny
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    If there is an update to the webOS browser then it will applied via the Over-The-Air update service. If you have been to a website that has told you to update you browser, the site in question is badly written and does not recognise the webOS browser, probably mistaking in for an out-of-date Google Chrome browser which uses similar underpinnings. If it is the latter then it is down to the website to sort the issue.
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    i want hotstar app on lg content store please
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    YES. PLEASE ADD THIS! I can currently do "free" or non-DRM content using Hue Sync from a PC but it would be a HUGE feature to add this natively to WebOS. Application needs to send information about the displayed colors on a given area of the screen to the Hue Bridge over WiFi link. Hue Bridge would then tell the Hue Lights how and when to change color values. As there is no way to output video from the TV, the content providers should not have any DRM concerns. This would be the absolute cleanest solution and at least in the US market and would funnel so many buyers towards LG units. Summary of wish: Feature to be added to the "all settings" menu somewhere under display Selection enables the TV to run Hue Sync software TV then connects to the Hue Bridge on customer premises Whatever content is displayed on the TV screen from whatever source (streaming, cable box, etc.) is analyzed by Hue Sync software for color/placement information TV sends color and screen area information in real time to Hue Bridge Hue Bridge tells Hue Lights the appropriate color adjustments to make Check it out in action:
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