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I try to turn on wifi but it doesnt alowe me to do that thay always stay on off position,please help
Since last update,we have had a problem with not being able to connect tv first to our WiFi and then after resetting our modem,etc. It now says WiFi is turned off. Have done a reset but didn’t help also had the annoying message about something being disconnected until I put in store mode. Our model is 55UJ6300. It seems a lot of people are having this problem. Does anyone have any suggestions?
I have tried every suggestion possible & still have no WiFi connection on my LG 60UJ6300 Has anyone come up with a solution for this problem? So frustrated
Hello, In the network option for Wi-Fi connection I'm unable to see the ON/OFF option for the wifi connection. The message says "Wi-Fi is turned off. Turn it on to see the list of available networks that you can connect to and additional related menu items". As this has previously happened for which I had to call the customer service for which they had sent an associate for that after which it worked properly. If that problem had been fixed then why this issue/problem occurred again?
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I have LG 43UJ620V and I've been trying to play video in mkv format streamed via DLNA, subtitle file is in .srt format in the same folder as the video and with same name.
But the TV doesn't show subtitle. However, to play the same video from a USB, TV perfectly reproduces the video with subtitles.
I'm running Rygel from Ubuntu 18.04 LTS.
I wonder if there is still no support in WebOS for external subtitles via DLNA.
Nevermind. Got it. Support for external subtitle was added in most recent code of Rygel.
After purchase my LG smart tv was able to pick up DTT (digital Terrestial Transmitters in the local area. These channels failed to work after some time and it was assumed that they were switched off due to the never ending wait for South Africa to migrate fully to digital.
However tuning my sons Hi Sense tv the said channels were found and indeed are operational as digital HD channels
Returning to my LG tv i changed the location to digital , retuned and lo and behold the digital channels appeared on a multiplex on uhf channel 49 (8mhz) however within a few minutes they disappeared never to be seen again isn spite of much time and many alternative settings.
I have tried changing location, adding channel 49 UHF manually which shows full signal strength and quality, but gives no digital programmes found.
I have had to revert to the 4 terrestial channels to get any tv operation at all.
I believe that my set has been crippled by LG. I am highly upset considering the cost of a uhd TV thats not capable of performing ito its original specification or at its best.
Any advice on how to obtain a working system ( frimware has been updated ) or the legal route to go to resolve this issue would be welcome.
NB as a retired broadcast technologist i do have some knowledge of the industry so would welcome any technical perspectives if i have missed something
Has anyone had a recent update of the OS on their TV to 4.7.050204 (goldilocks2-gulaga) ?
The reason I ask is that the IPTV channels on my TV seem to have borked these channels as I now get "Invalid Service"
floating across the screen. I'm pretty sure these channels worked before the update.
I'm referring to channels such as Now 90's, Planect Knowledge, The Sports Channel Network etc. So these are NOT APPS but
TV Channels showing up on the guide and still show the programme details.
This TV is only a week old, and I think I'm going to be bounced between the retailer and LG as it seems to be a software issue.
Does anyone have similar experiences and have you resolved the issue ?
Question: Why does LG's website say I should check this forum to see if 3rd Party Bluetooth Headsets with work completely and correctly with LG sound sync and WebOS, when LG has not or will not publish a list of which 3rd Party Bluetooth Headsets are tested as compatible with specific LG TV models?
We recently purchased an LG 55UM7300PUA (2019) TV and have a question about which 3rd Party Bluetooth Headsets that are compatible with LG sound sync and WebOS... My wife wants to listen to our 55UM7300PUA TV through a set of Bluetooth Headphones while the TV Internal Speakers are turned off...
It seems that LG's USA website needs to be updated because LG's search results about our 55UM7300PUA model seem incomplete. The LG Tech Support website does not list the 55UM7300PUA as a TV nor Smart TV product and no 55UM7300PUA or 55UM73 manual is listed in search results. I finally found the Owners Manual for our 55UM7300PUA through a Google search, but this PDF Owners Manual I downloaded does not say if our 55UM7300PUA supports LG sound sync or which manufacturer/models of Bluetooth Headsets .
I am disappointed by a lack of technical support from LG in past forum discussions regarding which 3rd Party Bluetooth Headsets with work completely and correctly with LG sound sync and WebOS. LG Technical Support is forcing customers like me to buy Bluetooth Headsets at our expense, they ask us to do their testing with a lack of specific 55UM7300PUA documentation, and they direct us to "refer to headset model names in user guide" that are not simply listed.
Does our 55UM7300PUA support the use of Bluetooth Headphones and is "LG sound sync" required for use with Bluetooth Headphones? Why should we have to test 3rd party Headsets at our expense when LG Tech Support should specifiy which OEM and 3rd party Headsets work with which LG TV models?