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On 21/03/2017 at 1:11 PM, Misel Mesnjak said:

Hi,

When will Plex app available in the store support Plex Cloud solution? Needs https/SSL support as it seems...

Or is there any alternative for that?

Yep, just set up my OneDrive and Plex Premium account and now can't use it on my TV!? how bloody annoying.

Would be nice to hear of any update from LG on this...

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