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  1. I have been deploying apps to a webOS TV for months now. Its very hit and miss. I always follow the advice here http://developer.lge.com/webOSTV/develop/web-app/app-test as per micolet's post. However, I am only successful 20 percent of the time. I have tried the following: 1) Turning developer mode off and on again in the Developer Mode app 2) Blowing away all my ssh keys for previous LG apps 3) Removing and re-adding devices using ares-setup-device 4) trying port 22 as per some posts on this subject The key is acquired correctly using ares-novacom --device EDNEW --getkey. I know this because any error with the ip would cause an error at this stage. The result of this command is a silent return to the prompt. However, trying to list apps on the device throws an error, ares-install --device EDNEW --list returns this: ares-install: Error: Please check the device IP address or port. Sometimes i can make the connection, but most of the time it fails and I cant see any pattern. If anybody can shed some light on this I will be extremely grateful, its a tiresome blocker for me. Ed