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HIIIIIIIIIIIII EVERYBODY

 

I'VE LG WEB OS 2.0 42LB6700-TA IN INDIA

 

HERE WEB BROWSER IS NOT UPDATE IN WEB OS 2.0

 

AND ANY BROWSER IS NOT INSTALL IN LG TV 

 

SO PLZ FIX IT 

 

1> MOST ATTENT IN FLASH PLUGINS IN WEB OS 2.0 

 

2> JUNK FILE CLEANER APPS TO MAKE IT

 

3> FILE BROWSER APP IS NOT FIND IN LG APP STORE 

 

4> SOME WEB CAM NOT WORK IN 42LB6700

 

5> ANDRIOD APP IS NOT INSTALL 

 

6> REMOTE CONTROL BETTRY DRAIN

 

7> SOME DEVICE ABOUT 3G/4G DONGLE NOT SUPPORTED  DONGLE MANUFACTURE IN 2014-2015-2016

 

 

 

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