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Karkito

Getting rid of the subtitles

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Hi everyone.

 

I've recently bought a LG smart TV. I'm French but I like to enjoy movies and series in their original audio version. It's not easy to change the audio while watching a movie with this OS. You have to go through the parameters each time. That's why I've changed the main audio language to Original Version and the second to English.

But now every time I watch television, the subtitles pop up. This happens each time I change channel. I have to press ont he "subtitle" button of the remote twice: once to activate the subtitles (yes I have to even though they are already here) so that I can remove them pressing it the second time.

That's not a big problem but it is really annoying. Do you know anything about it?

 

For me who like to change languages very often that OS is really badly designed. I used to have a normal LG TV and that was way easier to  switch between audio channels.

 

Thanks for helping!

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