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Hi,

 

Does anyone know how to manage film thumbnails stored on external Nas Drives Etc on Webos2?

 

At present, thumbnails are slow to display and of a poor quality. It is very difficult to change or alter them to another image. If you change the stored image for another one, the first image remains in memory and is displayed instead even if you remove all trace of it from the drive.

 

Also, can apps such as Kodi be side-loaded as the LG content manager is really poor?

 

 

Thanks. 

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