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  1. I have a LG OLED55C7T TV, with the latest software. I replaced my Topfield 2400 PVR (1080P) with a Beyonwiz U4 (2160P) on HDMI 1. I get picture but could not get any sound to the TV via HDMI. I tried both SD and HD channels. All show video, but no audio. I checked all volume and mute setting on the TV and on the Beyonwiz. I checked the TV firmware is the latest available release. I tried all of the HDMI inputs and 3 different HDMI cables with no luck. I tried other devices in these TV HDMI inputs and all worked properly (i.e. had sound). I re-flashed the U4 Firmware and went through the setup again. Still no change. I tried setting the TV to factory defaults and setting it up again, but still no sound. I connected an optical cable from the S/PDIF output to my amplifier and sound works. I tried plugging the U4 into another TV via HDMI and it works properly - both video and sound. But the combination of the U4 and the LG TV does not work. So, I'm convinced that its software or a setting on either device that is mismatched. The LG work perfectly with all other HDMI devices that I connected to it (BlueRay Player, Topfield PVR, Nexus Player, Canon 5dMk4 Camera) but I can't get it work with the Beyonwiz U4. The U4 works fine via HDMI to another TV. So why won't they work together? What settings should I try changing?
  2. I would like to be able to access my network drives without using DLNA. It should look just like a USB drive.
  3. Hi, How about a setting to set the default Audio Volume for each input? Or, at least remember it for each input when you change inputs.
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    Connect external drive to TV over network

    I have a 2017 model LG OLED TV with WebOS. I've tried using DLNA, which technically works, but practically is no use to me. I load captions and titles onto my photos when I edit them. DLNA only serves out these titles, not the filenames. So I can't view my photos in order. I'm not going to go back over thousands of photos and add 001, 002, 003, etc to each title. There is no sort by filename functionality that I can find on the WebOS app when viewing by DLNA. So my networked Smart TV isn't so smart after-all. To view my files in order, I have to copy them onto a USB stick and carry it to the TV, then pull the TV away from the wall so I can plug it in. NOT HAPPY!. I like the suggestion of allowing a file manager style app that can view files on NAS, NFS, or Windows Shares. This would be a SMART thing to do.


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