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Just a shout out to anyone trying to get freeview plus working. I bought an LG WEB OS TV and was wondering where is this feature when i couldnt find it in stores?

 

After some digging I found out I needed to not only had to firmware update the TV, but I also had to FACTORY DEFAULT it.

 

After doing so freeview works(althought doesnt like the pointer remote).

 

For more info see the press release.

 

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