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How to eject USB stick or HD drive connected to LG smart

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Gentlemen

 

 I have the LG Smart TV lb6520

I know that is adviced to eject a usb stick or HD drive before disconnecting from the TV

I have been looking in all the tv menus for eject usb drive but coudnt find any

please advice

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Gentlemen

I have the LG Smart TV lb6520

I know that is adviced to eject a usb stick or HD drive before disconnecting from the TV

I have been looking in all the tv menus for eject usb drive but coudnt find any

please advice

Press home menu

Go to top right cytcle.

Voalia.

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Thanks for the reply

 

I finaly got it and here are the 2 ways in full details

 

How to properly eject USB Stick or HD Drive connected to LG smart TV

 

1st way  :

 

1- Press Home in magic remote control

2- Press the cable circle on the right of the screen ( input hub )

3- Select  all inputs

4- Scroll down and locate the usb stick or hd drive under smartshare section

5- Select  the desired usb device to remove

6- Press eject from the right of the screen

 

 

2nd way

 

1- Press and hold 123/input from the magic remote control

2- Select all inputs

3- Scroll down and locate the usb stick or hd drive under smartshare section

4- Select  the desired usb device to remove

5- Press eject from the right of the screen

 

 

Regards

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