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Hi guys, I take this opportunity to introduce myself and consultation.
My name is Franco, am a graduate in Information Technology.

I have a LG 42LB6500 4.65.05-SF with webOS.
I want to pair with my notebook with WiDi technology, lenovo Z710, i7-4700MQ Intel processor.
In my notebook I make the connection with the SmartTV, but SmartTV not release the screen with the appropriate information to the PIN, alquien have any idea or solution for the SmartTV show me the screen with the PIN ???
Thank you very much,

Franco.

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