We just purchased a new LG WebOS TV OLED 65" and running the setup through the app or the TV remote says it can't load the user agreement. This is blocking us from getting to streaming apps like Nexflix or any smart functions like Voice assistant.
TV worked fine for a few days but voice assistant stopped working and after much effort LG tech said to Reset to Initial Settings. Now we have mentioned no smart functions. TV is on ethernet and its browser functions on web fine. Tried running off neighbor's wifi with same results.
Tried switching to different country, unplugging/hold power button for 20 seconds/wait one minute, resetting TV multiple times, setting up remote again, ...
Error message: Unable to Load User Agreements A server error has occurred while downloading the User Agreements. You must download and agree to the terms of the User Agreements to use this feature or application. Do you want to try to download them again… Unable to Load User Agreements Sorry, but the User Agreements can't be downloaded at this time…Please check your internet connection and try again later. No change when trying over five days.
Now there is no local company available to service TV. Maybe it's time to send it back and give LG TV a one star rating. I am willing to change motherboards but doubt if LG would go along with that.
Anyone have any ideas.
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LG’s Labor Union Among NGOs Singled Out for Promoting UN’s Aims and Purposes
SEOUL, Jan. 18, 2022 — Unionized workers at LG Electronics (LG) in South Korea have been conferred special consultative status by the United Nations Economic and Social Council (UN ECOSOC) for their efforts to prioritize ESG in the workplace. Being the first Korean labor union to be awarded such status with the UN is testament to the LG’s prioritization and continued dedication to union social responsibility (USR), a key component of the company’s commitment to ESG management.
Consultative status is granted by ECOSOC upon recommendation by the Committee on NGOs, which is composed of 19 member states all who must demonstrate that their work has direct relevance to the aims and purposes of the United Nations. The recognition allows non-governmental organizations (NGOs) access to the many subsidiaries of the ECOSOC and the human rights expertise of the UN. Since the LG Electronics Union Social Responsibility Charter was introduced in 2010, LG assembly plant workers worldwide have signed on to the organization’s vision.
While ESG evokes images of the environment and volunteerism in most people’s minds, how a company treats its employees, one of its most important stakeholder groups, is a critical component of an organization’s ESG performance. According to , companies that score high in employee satisfaction and their ability to attract good talent have significantly higher ESG scores than other organizations.
“We are of course extremely proud of the recognition bestowed upon us by the UN for our efforts to fulfill our responsibilities to our members, society and the environment,” said Bae Sang-ho, the head of LG Electronics’ Union. “We are committed to leveraging this honor to encourage other unions to expand their own USR activities.”
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Sling TV is my default app on my LG TV. Everything was working fine until today. Now when I hit the HOME button on the remote, the TV correctly returns to the HOME page, but then immediately re-launches Sling TV before I have an opportunity to select a different app (for example, Netflix). This cycle repeats itself every time I enter HOME while in the Sling TV app. The only way I can return to HOME without Sling TV automatically relaunching is to manually select a different input (e.g., HDMI one or LIVE Team), and then enter HOME and it will correctly stay in HOME until another app is selected. I've tried resetting the TV and I've tried deleting/adding Sling TV. I have the latest WebOS update. This may have started after downloading a recent Sling TV app? Not sure. Any suggestions appreciated.
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LG OLED Continues Long-Standing History of Honors at
World’s Preeminent Consumer Technology Show
SEOUL, Jan. 14, 2022 – LG Electronics USA swept up a grand collection of CES® awards at the 2022 event across its home appliance, home entertainment and business solutions categories. In all, LG tallied approximately 150 awards and accolades from various publications covering the first-ever physical/virtual hybrid CES event.
Among the top honors earned were 24 CES Innovation Awards and the 2022 CES Editor’s Choice awards from USA TODAY’s consumer product reviews division, Reviewed. LG was recognized as the most-awarded brand by USA TODAY/Reviewed with LG’s OLED evo C2 Series, PuriCare AeroTower, DualUp Monitor, Soundbar S95QR and Washer and Dryer Pair earning recognition based on four key criteria: innovation, technology, design and value.
As a pioneer and global leader in OLED technology, it comes as no surprise that LG’s newest range of OLED TVs continued their CES dominance as one of, if not the most-awarded TVs at CES again this year. LG OLED TVs took home top-tier awards and honors for picture quality, performance and new screen sizes. LG’s new 42-inch OLED evo C2 Series and 97-inch OLED evo Gallery Edition G2 Series, both featuring LG’s OLED evo technology, were among the highly recognized TV models that collected honors from industry-leading publications such as Business Insider, Mashable and Gear Patrol. The Verge additionally showcased LG’s 42-inch OLED evo C2 Series in its Best of CES Awards 2022 noting it to be one of the staff’s favorite announcements.
Garnering accolades from top publications such as Best Products, Tom’s Guide and Business Insider, LG’s PuriCare AeroTower was widely recognized for being one of the most exciting products of CES 2022 on behalf of its home appliance offerings. LG’s Washer and Dryer Pair – its newest laundry solution that features LG’s enhanced Artificial Intelligence Direct Drive (AI DD) – was also recognized by leading lifestyle publications such as Good Housekeeping and Veranda.
Top awards and recognitions earned by LG at CES 2022 include:
LG OLED evo C2 Series
Popular Science: The Best TVs of CES 2022 CNET: Best TVs of CES 2022 Get Bigger, Crazier & More Expensive The Verge: The Verge Awards at CES 2022 Business Insider: The 7 Coolest TVs Unveiled at CES USA Today/Reviewed.com: CES Editors’ Choice Award LG OLED evo Gallery Edition G2 Series
CNET: Best TVs of CES 2022 Get Bigger, Crazier & More Expensive Tom’s Guide: The Best TVs of CES 2022 Gizmodo: The Best TVs at CES 2022 BGR: Best of CES 2022 LG Soundbar S95QR
Techlicious: Top Pick Awards 2022 Gear Patrol: The Best Things We’ve Seen from CES 2022 Popular Science: The Best Audio Gear of CES 2022 USA Today/Reviewed.com: CES Editors’ Choice Award LG PuriCare AeroTower
BestProducts: Best of CES 2022 Veranda: 10 Best Home Appliances – CES 2022 Tom’s Guide: The Best Air Purifiers Announced at CES 2022 USA Today/Reviewed.com: CES Editors’ Choice Award LG Washer and Dryer Pair
Good Housekeeping: The Good Housekeeping Institute’s CES 2022 Editor’s Choice Picks Veranda: 10 Best Home Appliances – CES 2022 USA Today/Reviewed.com: CES Editors’ Choice Award PCMag: CES 2022 Envisions Your High-Tech House: The 10 Best Smart Home Devices of the Show LG InstaView Slide-in Double Range with Air Fry & Air Sous Vide
Newsweek: Best of CES 2022: The 25 Coolest New Products, Gear and Tech BestProducts: Best of CES 2022 CTA: CES Innovation Awards 2022 LG DualUp Monitor
Ars Technica: The 7 Most Exciting PC Monitors From CES 2022 Rolling Stone: Best of CES 2022: Hybrid Tech for a Hybrid World Reviewed.com: The Best Computer Monitors at CES 2022 Digital Trends: The Best Monitors of CES 2022 LG UltraGear Gaming Laptop
Popular Science: The Best Gaming Gadgets of CES 2022 Gear Patrol: The Best Things We’ve Seen from CES 2022 So Far TWICE: Picks Awards Winners For CES 2022 Input Mag: The Must-See Monitors From CES 2022 For more information on LG’s CES 2022 awards and honors and additional information about LG’s products announced at CES, please visit .
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Advanced IVI System Boasts Pillar to Pillar
Touch Display for Seamless, Intuitive User Experience
SEOUL, Jan. 12, 2022 — LG Electronics’ (LG) newest premium in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) system will be a central feature in the 2022 Mercedes-Benz EQS EV sedan, the Pillar to Pillar (P2P) display built into the MBUX Hyperscreen that stretches across the entire width of the dashboard. With its unique interior concept and revolutionary human-machine interface, the first luxury electric vehicle from Mercedes-Benz AG highlights the futuristic trends in electric vehicle design and points to an exciting vision for future mobility.
First introduced by Mercedes-Benz at AG CES 2021, the MBUX Hyperscreen consists of three screens including LCD display, ICD (Instrument Cluster Display) and two OLED displays, CID (Central Information Display) and CDD (Co-Driver Display) under a bonded glass cover to give the appearance of a single, continuous display. The use of advanced plastic OLED (P-OLED) display technology enables the infotainment system in the Mercedes-Benz EQS EV to deliver clear, sharp images and text and slim bezels with no physical knobs means occupants get an intuitive touch interface with refined haptics for a user experience (UX) with minimal learning curve.
LG’s IVI system was specifically designed to meet the needs of Mercedes-Benz AG with the curved, panoramic form factor required by the ultra-sleek sedan. LG’s in-house Production Engineering Research Institute, tasked with providing in-house expertise for equipment and material components as well as advanced production techniques, developed the core technologies implemented in the display: Curved Glass Forming, Surface Treatment and Curved Display Bonding.
Working closely together, LG and Mercedes-Benz AG engineers are taking in-vehicle displays such as instrument panels and navigation systems to a new level, providing drivers and passengers with greater convenience and control of their on-road experience. The visually-pleasing IVI system in the Mercedes-Benz EQS EV not only raises the bar for ease-of-use but also safety, featuring new technologies that perform well above minimum standards for head-on and collisions.
“It’s an honor and a privilege to be able to work in close collaboration with a trusted partner such as Mercedes-Benz AG,” said Eun Seok-hyun, president of the LG Vehicle component Solutions Company. “Being named a valued supplier of automotive displays by Mercedes-Benz AG last year gives us immense pride in knowing that the partnership is showing great results.”
As an innovative partner for future mobility, LG Electronics’ Vehicle component Solutions (VS) Company is working with global automakers such as Mercedes-Benz AG to become a leading developer of connectivity, infotainment and ADAS solutions to deliver differentiated in-vehicle experiences. LG is committed to diversifying its portfolio to further strengthen its capabilities with acquisitions including automotive lighting and headlight systems provider ZKW Group and software cybersecurity company Cybellum as well as the joint venture, LG-Magna e-Powertrain.
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