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LG said a big lie on Lg Tv 43UH664v

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I bought an lg tv 43uh664v last month and after some weeks the lg tv plus app stopped to work. I though that was my phone problem so i tried with my ipad and the result was the same. Then i tried to restore the tv setting but nothing changed. After that i went to check the lg tv plus app and i saw that my tv 43uh664v was not supported anymore. I used it for just 10 days and i think  this is unrespectfull with customers that pay for an expencive tv. I went to check the website and i saw that lg wrote that my television is supported by lg tv plus and i can see in the tv webos menu that is possible to connect it.   http://www.lg.com/it/tv/lg-43UH664V-tv-led ... I think that lg wrote a big lie to sell their shit. I want my money back or a better tv that support what i paid for. I will talk to my lawyer if you don't fix this issue. I'm sure that you sold a lot of 43uh664v television using this big lie

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I bought an lg tv 43uh664v last month and after some weeks the lg tv plus app stopped to work. I though that was my phone problem so i tried with my ipad and the result was the same. Then i tried to restore the tv setting but nothing changed. After that i went to check the lg tv plus app and i saw that my tv 43uh664v was not supported anymore. I used it for just 10 days and i think this is unrespectfull with customers that pay for an expencive tv. I went to check the website and i saw that lg wrote that my television is supported by lg tv plus and i can see in the tv webos menu that is possible to connect it. http://www.lg.com/it/tv/lg-43UH664V-tv-led ... I think that lg wrote a big lie to sell their shit. I want my money back or a better tv that support what i paid for. I will talk to my lawyer if you don't fix this issue. I'm sure that you sold a lot of 43uh664v television using this big lie

Check once again, the Google play seems to me that your model is not supported.

Hallo from Serbia!

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On their website they wrote supported .. and it worked untill one week ago. Yes now is not supported anymore. How can they sell something that use webos 3 and not support a phone to control it ? This is crazy and the website said something FALSE

 

 

http://www.lg.com/it/tv/lg-43UH664V-tv-led

 

if you scroll on this page you'll see this technical description

 

Smart TV - Condivisione

 

Supporto App       Smartphone LG TV

 

PLUS DLNA         Si

Intel WiDi             Si

Miracast              Si

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On their website they wrote supported .. and it worked untill one week ago. Yes now is not supported anymore. How can they sell something that use webos 3 and not support a phone to control it ? This is crazy and the website said something FALSE

http://www.lg.com/it/tv/lg-43UH664V-tv-led

if you scroll on this page you'll see this technical description

Smart TV - Condivisione

Supporto App Smartphone LG TV

PLUS DLNA Si

Intel WiDi Si

Miracast Si

Well, you're right. TV with webOS 3.0 should be a rule that they have support for LG tv plus. I have a lg 43lh6047 i like everything is normal. Some error is concerned, it is a serious brand LG.

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