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    Flash!

    And after an online chat with LG it seems this year's (2015) models will do it. Will us previous buyers get an upgrade?
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    Flash!

    Oh, and... "Press Release 10/03/2011 LG ELECTRONICS SMART TV BRINGS NEW OPPORTUNITIES TO FLASH DEVELOPERSFeatured at Adobe MAX, LG Smart TV Platform Offers User-Friendly Dashboard, LG Magic Motion Remote Control for Easy Consumer Access to Online Content, LG App Store Billing System for Sellers/Developers to Monetize Creations Featured at Adobe MAX, LG Smart TV Platform Offers User-Friendly Dashboard, LG Magic Motion Remote Control for Easy Consumer Access to Online Content, LG App Store Billing System for Sellers/Developers to Monetize Creations LOS ANGELES, Oct. 3, 2011 – Catering to the creativity of application developers, LG Electronics’ flexible Smart TV platform is taking Adobe MAX by storm. At the developers’ conference, LG is engaging Adobe’s developer community as part of a broad effort to welcome them into the LG Smart TV ecosystem and inspire them to create and deliver Adobe® Flash® based applications powered by Adobe AIR® for the LG Smart TV platform in TVs, Blu-ray DiscTM players, home theater systems and set-top devices. The global leader in connected devices has collaborated with Adobe to enable support for AIR 3 and Flash Player 11 on LG Smart TV platforms for 2012. This will be enabled through LG’s Smart TV SDK 2.0, which is expected to be available by December." What happened???
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    Flash!

    I bought a "first generation" LG Smart TV four years ago and got on to them about this, and now I've bought a 4K model (OK they are nice TVs) and it's really disappointing that nothing's been done. The set surely can't be described as a web browser without this - there are so many sites which use Flash. I love the BBC i-Player but the supplied app does not include the radio, and going to the BBC internet site the radio won't play because that needs the Flash player. I've got a mini-PC backed on to the TV and that does the job but it surely shouldn't be necessary. Whatever the future may be, right now needs the Flash player - wake up LG!


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