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As this feature (Screen Off) is mainly used for music, I think the `mute` button should have the same behaviour as the volume buttons and keep the screen off after pressing it.
Hi All, i’ve got an OLED 55C1 with webOS 6.0 and a service remote in South America. I’ve been able to find working area codes for almost all regions using the service remote based on previous posts and tables. Of most use to me were: Brazil: 26895 (local DTV transmission settings) /22800 (BR/US DTV transmission settings) US: 1843 / 1793 / 22287 UK/EU/Turkey: 3122 AU Australia: 767 JP Japan: 23439 I’ve also found working codes for China (CN), Taiwan (TW), Hog Kong (HK), Philippines (PH), Australia, NZ & South Asia incl. India (AJ), certain African and Middle Eastern countries (JA or JA ME IL regions: note Israel is not an option even though IL appears in the code) , Canada (CA), Mexico (MX), Panama and Central America (PA), Ecuador (EC), Colombia (CO), Peru (PE), Chile (CL), and Argentina (AR). Notably absent were working codes for; Israel (IL) Korea (KR) Russia and CIS countries (RU CIS) Eastern Europe (ETC?) Does anyone know the working area option service codes for these countries? I am mostly interested in working IL and KR codes. thank you so much!
I have been struggling with the Tidal App on my LG C1. You play music, but it random stops playing. Both on Wired connection and WiFi connect. I basically can't listen to any full song, without the audio randomly stopping.
I am trying to connect my LG C1 to my wired Sennheiser RF 175 speakers. My tv is also connected to a Sonos Beam soundbar via EARC. Having selected Wired headphones on the Sound out menu, the headphones come on for about 3 seconds and then both the TV and Sound out menu flick back to HDMI. I have tried using two further wired headphones and also some Bluetooth headphones but all show the same result. The only way I can get the headphones to stay on is if I take the HDMI lead out of the tv, thereby disconnecting the soundbar. I didn't have this problem with my previous Panasonic TV because as soon as I switched on the headphones they came to life together with the TV. I can't see any LG menu item that I am missing. I have also logged the issue with LG - no reply yet. Any ideas please?