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to me the WebOS TVs are a big step backward, at least when it comes to SmartShare and DLNA support.

I have a 55LW6500 (2011) and it works like a charm. I can browse all the media on my NAS by folder names Video -> Series -> XYZ Season 01 or Video -> Movies -> XYZ and I am able to fast forward through a movie, none of which works in WebOS.

 

SmartShare on my 42LB6300 (2014) shows all my video content in one huge list, all series, movies, adult, children, documentaries in one list. Why can't I browse by folder ???

 

I need another TV and I always liked LG but unless this is fixed I will not get a LG.

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