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Scheduled Recording to USB HDD when TV in Standby Mode not working

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I have a LG 55UH615T SmartTV.

 

1. I setup a few scheduled recordings from the digital TV (via Guide),

2. I have connected a USB HDD to the TV and

3. I then set the TV to standby (i.e. I switch off the TV but the power to the TV is still on).

4. Also, I disabled the HDD Eco mode to ensure the HDD don't go to sleep.

 

However, the TV doesn't record when the TV is on standby mode. Can anybody tell me how I can record when the TV is on standby mode?

 

 

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My biggest mistake i brought lg tv even i called the support in iraq they hired stupid people they even didn't know what I'm talking about all they care it's taking your money

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