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  1. Hi @crashnburn Sorry, but unfortunately I cannot answer that one.
  2. Hi @OLED65CX6 I would imagine that LG have dropped the feature, possibly they have had feedback that it is not a regularly used feature by a majority of users, or programmatically it has become more of a problem to keep rather than develop. You are not the only one asking on the forum: https://www.lgwebos.com/topic/6360-multiview-on-webos-5/
  3. Hi @JonnyFlores I would imagine that LG have dropped the feature, possibly they have had feedback that it is not a regularly used feature by a majority of users, or programmatically it has become more of a problem to keep rather than develop.
  4. Hi @Don Simms Spammers can't get it right every time you know...
  5. Hi @Lausonline Before trying to pair the headphones turn off your phone's Bluetooth, and make sure the headset is in pairing mode. Theoretically any Bluetooth headset should work as it is a generic standard, but of course your mileage may vary. On my 2016 TV I have used £12.00 generic Bluetooth headphones of the same vintage, through to current year Anker Soundcore Spirit Dot 2 & Life P2 true wireless earbuds.
  6. Hi @anand shinde Impossible to know as you have not given any indication of which model you have. But I am going to guess that the answer will be no anyway.
  7. Hi @Zvonko Vasiľ It looks like a hardware issue, so either you are going to have to find an engineer to see if it can be fixed, try fiddling with it yourself or purchase a new TV.
  8. Hi @Karen kelly- Mc Laughlin APK files are for the Android eco-system, and are not compatible with webOS.
  9. Hi @Ahmed SC You can find the latest firmware to download here: https://www.lg.com/ae/support/product/lg-43UH617V
  10. Hi @Maria Mahmood It would appear that currently EVDTV only produce an Android app and nothing for webOS; so it comes down to badgering them to produce for the platform.
  11. Hi @Samael Bate @Simon Block makes a very good point in his post: A friend who is the owner of a 2016 Samsung TV has moved to a Google Chromecast as while the TV still produces a perfectly good picture has not received updates to keep up with current viewing habits. Unfortunately televisions are not yet at the stage mobile phones are at for updates, and then only if you have a really popular brand/model. The internals of a television compared to a flagship mobile phone are fairly low spec'd with the majority of the cost going on the screen itself. If people want something that has any chance of being 'future proof' then the price of the television would need to rise quite considerably.
  12. Hi @S Biswas Earlier models capable of running webOS 6 will receive it if LG decide to spend considerable time and money on such a project. So the simple answer is that it is unlikely to happen. @Simon Block makes the point very well here:
  13. Hi @Simon Block What an extremely well-thought-out and cogent statement.
  14. Hi @Wan Syafiq If no one else comes up with a better idea my solution would be to purchase something in the line of a ROKU 4K device.
  15. Hi @Wan Syafiq The answer I am afraid is going to be no, this is because while webOS is the overarching operating system the firmware installed on each model/range is tailored to those units. So it is not possible (to my knowledge) to install the firmware from one unit to another.
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