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  1. Most devices support FAT32 and exFAT as the major OSes( Windows,Linux,MacOSX) support them almost as their native filesystem. Its strange to see LG TV support a proprietary and which is badly/not fully supported on all OSes: NTFS. This filesystem (NTFS) should be the last to support on any other device thats not a Windows machine. My problem: I use a macos and can not write on NTFS devices. If I wish to view a 4K movie (64GB) , I have to pay an additional 20-30$ for a software that allows my mac to write/format NTFS files to a usb stick. The free-open-source software ntfs-3g its not good enough because it takes about 3hours to write a 4k movie (64GB) on a USB3.0 (UltraFit). Great TV LG, but thanks a lot (sarcastically) for taking from me more money and time to write my wedding on a USB3.0 so that I can view it on the TV.
  2. Most devices support FAT32 and exFAT as the major OSes( Windows,Linux,MacOSX) support them almost as their native filesystem. Its strange to see LG TV support a proprietary and which is badly/not fully supported on all OSes: NTFS. This filesystem (NTFS) should be the last to support on any other device thats not a Windows machine. My problem: I use a macos and can not write on NTFS devices. If I wish to view a 4K movie (64GB) , I have to pay an additional 20-30$ for a software that allows my mac to write/format NTFS files to a usb stick. The free-open-source software ntfs-3g its not good enough because it takes about 3hours to write a 4k movie (64GB) on a USB3.0 (UltraFit). Great TV LG, but thanks a lot (sarcastically) for taking from me more money and time to write my wedding on a USB3.0 so that I can view it on the TV.


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