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Hello guys I'm new user of webos, i tried to stream movies from my laptop to my lg smart TV model lh590v, i installed smart share on my laptop and added the the movies i want to stream but find out there's no smartshare app on my TV i hope some one tell me what's wrong with my tv and is there a way to install the smartshare app on my TV from another source out of lg store?

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