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thomash

Delete unused channels

Question

Can some one tell me how to delete channels that i do not use? When I scan after channels, i get nearly 200, but it's only 25 of them I use. The rest of them are coded and channels that do not interest me.

 

I think that's the cause of the Guide is loading so slowly and are using so much time getting DVB-C program info? My old Samsung was much faster, but there I only had the channels I wanted to see.

 

Hope that someone can help me.

 

Best Regards

Thomas.

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i think u can skip the channel cant delete . skip = deactivate channel but not delete channel

if find how can delete channel say here . tnx

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Hi.

 

It is not possible directly on TV, but there is much convenient way.

 

Insert USB stick.

Go to Settings - Channels - Copy channels (at the bottom)

Copy to USB

Download and install ChanSort utility http://sourceforge.net/projects/chansort/

On USB you should find file like GlobalClone00001.TTL (at least on 40LF630 models) so open it in ChanSort

Delete, move, rename, renumber channels as you like, then save/overwrite with deleting unsorted channels.

Put the USB back to TV and copy channels list back to TV. (Dont forget to select correct USB device if you have more devices connected)

It should restart after while and now you should have nice program list.

 

I hope this helps.

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Hi.

 

It is not possible directly on TV, but there is much convenient way.

 

Insert USB stick.

Go to Settings - Channels - Copy channels (at the bottom)

Copy to USB

Download and install ChanSort utility http://sourceforge.net/projects/chansort/

On USB you should find file like GlobalClone00001.TTL (at least on 40LF630 models) so open it in ChanSort

Delete, move, rename, renumber channels as you like, then save/overwrite with deleting unsorted channels.

Put the USB back to TV and copy channels list back to TV. (Dont forget to select correct USB device if you have more devices connected)

It should restart after while and now you should have nice program list.

 

I hope this helps.

 

Sorry to dig up an old thread, but I have a USB connected, but only and options to Copy from USB. The flash drive is formatted to NTFS.

 

Any idea what I can do to make the Copy to USB display?

 

The TV is an LG 65UF770.

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Hi dusf

 

There is normally a hidden menu (also not know as hotel mode or menu) that has the copy to usb option.

 

To access hotel mode, press and hold menu or settings button on remote until menu appears, then disappears and channel info is displayed

Release menu or setting button then quickly enter code 1105 and press ok.

 

On some models, pressing the home button instead of settings or menu also works.

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