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Michelle van Asperen

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  1. As far as I can ascertain, the DSTV Now app only works on iOS and Android. I cant get it to work on LG WebOS. I managed to download the app from LG Content Store. But it orders me to go to the DSTV website and put in a code that the TV gives me. When I go to the website and put in the code, it gives me the "sorry" message. Have given up.
  2. Thank you Siyabonga, but why have an app on the TV if it is useless? Have used phone but it is tiny for poor eyesight. Also battery goes flat qickly. We MUST put pressure on LG to improve their product. This is a new TV and have had so many issues with the low grade firmware.
  3. Yes but when I enter the code ( on the TV screen) the sign in button does not work. Surely I dont need a PC at all ? There I had to only fill in Email and password and Chrome saved it for each time I opened DSTV Now. I want to watch the same on my bigger screen TV via the app. But cant get past entering the code. Appreciate any help I can get esp since I am in isolation on my own.
  4. I have the same problem. Can use App on my PC but App on TV request a code to be inserted. Where do I do that? Also frustrated by everything being a mission to access on LG.
  5. Hear Hear, I agree... anybody want a 3 month old 49" TV ? An other fed up customer here! Incidentally, this is only a User Forum . LG don't look at this. So my gripes and every body else's goes into cyberspace.
  6. You cant. It defaults to a TV broadcast input EVERY TIME. I too do not have cable, dish or aerial input and only have internet input. Hate this TV that I wasted my money on. It is so frustrating and WebOS does not work intuitively. Its not Android or iOS so limited on apps. I cant use a private network as it will not take my manual settings. Would love to sell it and buy another make but will lose too much money that I cant afford. Even the HDMI takes over my HiFi control so disconnected it So many irritations that I just use it for Youtube like I do on a PC. Sorry, I too am fed up with LG.
  7. Hi Zedric I have just picked up this post when browsing. I have similar gripes with LG. My story is a bit long for a non-typist but I do believe SA is being crippled by the built in Geolocation , Southern Africa. Bought 49" TV on 27 Nov 19, got marvelous internet by inputting my VPN. After 17 days, settings gone and could not be put in again. LG Cape Town changed the unit and the new one cannot input the settings either. Now I find out that I am blocked by Netflix AND Youtube from accessing certain videos that I can access on my PC using VPN. The internet is not "open". This also means if I go to UK, the TV will be useless as a smart TV. Back to using pay- for cable TV, like an old TV. Very expensive upgrade for me now that I have to revert to using PC. BTW, I have automatic updates set on TV so they can manipulate the software as they please. Glad to chat to a techie in the broadcast trade. I am not trained but can digest information well.
  8. Does LG look at this forum or do they leave the purchasers to help each other? Purchased my TV in January and nothing but issues to sort out. Had to go back to using Laptop and even then have difficulties, both with HDMI and wifi using screen share.... does not remember settings. Have to link the two through the process each time I switch on. I am not a happy customer. wish I could return it. My old "dumb" LG works better.
  9. I got the same message yesterday. What is going on LG? I am up to date with the browser on a new TV with automatic updating turned on. model 49UM7340PVA
  10. I dont have the BBC iPlayer app on my TV so use a laptop and mirror screen to TV. Get same issues of buffering, lockups and sometimes that error message. Just have to start the app again. So I think it is the app, not the TV. Will follow this thread keenly as I use the app every day.
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