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Hodgepig

WebOS TV Guide / EPG

Question

Just bought an LG TV with WebOS and am using the built in satellite tuner via an old Sky dish. Some of the channels get populated in the EPG, but most don't. Any idea if there's any way to fix this or any way to manually import EPG data?

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Freesat doesn't have an EPG. Sky does, and so does freesat+, but the TV is just standard freesat. You should get what's on now and next though

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Any way to upload downloaded EPG data on to the TV?

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Nope. I bought a better tv aerial instead, the lack of freesat epg means you can't set up recordings and there are too many channels missing from satellite anyway

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Ah balls! Thanks anyway for taking the time to respond.

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