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Anas Abdulkareem

LG Tv plus app not find my tv

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what router type??

Anyway, after you restarted your router and assured the TV had reconnected to the wifi, the app would find the tv after few mins.  Oh, and on a side note,  now the app can  automatically find my TV without needing to restart my router after my cable tv provider came in to fix my TV service , and they designed to flush my LAN router (weird).

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