I want to control my C1 with my Google Home speakers, but my Android LG ThinQ app is not sending the correct info to my Android Google Home app to link the ThinQ service.
When I try, the error message says "No devices were found in your LG ThinQ account". However, the ThinQ app is signed into my account and successfully controlling my C1.
Google Home support and I think the issue is with the ThinQ app.
link hidden, please login to view says this should work. My LG support agent told me it's not supported; I'm guessing she was new.
By Lee Magee
I just purchased the LG UHD 43UP76 advertised as real 4k however the YouTube App is running at 1080p. Which means 4k content is downsampled to 1080p then reupsampled to fit the 4k pixel grid and the image quality is awful.
i assume WebOS runs at 1080p and simply upscales to 4k on low end 4k TVs, this same with high end TVs??
I have a 50NANO863PA television and facing the following problem: when trying to start either Youtube or browser app the TV immediately switches to HDMI output and the app wouldn't start at all. Please watch the video I've recorded:
link hidden, please login to view I tried restoring to factory settings, and the apps started a few times, but after that the same issue arise. The OS is updated to latest version. Did you witness/hear about a similar issue before?
Your input is pretty much appreciated.
By Deepak Suresh
webOS TV Version : 3.9.0-62709 (dreadlocks2-dudhwa)
Device Model : 43UJ752T-TB
YouTube App version: web_20220412_09_RC00
I have also tried resetting the TV and installed Youtube app again... But the same issue persists.
I'm experiencing something new here !?!
I have an LG OLED 55 C7V.
I did NOT change my location or any parameters in the system of my TV but now when i launch YouTube App, i have some chinese Kanji in my YouTube vertical left menu.
My OS is up to date. My YouTube app is up to date.
What is going WRONG ?
Thanx for your answer