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danilote1234

How to avoid webOS to continue showing bluetooth alert after clicking "no"

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Hi everyone,

I'm having an issue with bluetooth on my LG webOS Smart TV 49UH6100.

I'm running on LG webOS 04.30.70 version.

I have a bluetooth adapter "Esikin" that I connect to my Onkyo Sound System, so I can connect the TV to the Onkyo when I play movies or games. When using TV or the PC I just use the TV speakers that performs very well for common tasks. I change the sound configuration from "LG Bluetooth Sound Link" to "Internal Speakers". But webOS detects the Esikin adapter and asks If I want to change the output device. No matter how many times I hit "No", webOS asks the same question over and over again. This is really annoying since I need to unplug the Esikin adapter from the wall after using it if I don't want to connect to it. 

Is there anything that I can do to stop webOS to prompt with that question?

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