I would like to speed up the response of my lg beamer.
Internally there is a HDD for the os and apps.
I would like to swap it to a SSD for quicker access times.
Anyone already done this ?
I am thinking of cloning the original HDD to the SSD.
With my camera connected to my LG WebOS TV I recorded a video that was saved by default into the internal storage.
I now want to extract it, and my first idea was to copy it into my USB Hdd, but unfortunately i have not seen any option for it. The only option I get when I access the video is to play or delete it.
I now know it is possible to save the video directly on the hdd, but if possible I would like to get the one I have on the TV memory.
Any idea on how can i do it?
I have a 55" Tv and a LG soundbar, i have put the soundbar behind where I sit, basically so my TV doesnt have to be up so loud. Its connected with a optical cable. I changed the sound setting on the TV so the sound output is 'Internal speaker audio output (optical) This works perfectly for an hour or so but then it develops a faint echo effect? If i change the setting to just internal or one of the other settings, then change it back, its fine again for a while, but then the echo comes back? Anyone know why this is?
I have tried every setting i can find but it still happens?
I am not able to force my new TV LG 49UN7400 to sound output only for BT - not BT headphones + internal speakers. Headphones are correctly paired, because "headphones + internal speakers" works, but I want hear sound ONLY in headphones and the choice "Bluetooth" is not active/selectable... 😕 Any suggestions? Thanks in advance.
I am using an LM6300PLA, WebOS version 05.30.11
When I try to record a series from the Live TV - using input the satellite connection - the first episode records correctly, but subsequent episodes all stop after 3 minutes.
What am I doing wrong?
Further annoyances are that I can't just set it to record all episodes of a particular show (the way my HUMAX Freesat does), but only 'repeat recording on specified days' with no end-date.
Does this mean that the recorder has no access to the Electronic Programme Guide, but just sets a time and duration? If the broadcaster reschedules the programme does the recorder just pick up the replacement?