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Hello please help.

I recently bought a LG 49UJ635V and updated it to the latest OS version 3.5. I am able to sort channels to Favourite Lists, but I am not able to access the favourite lists with my remote to select a channel from.

On my old LG TV it was "List" and left or right arrow, but with webOS this does not work. Am I too stupid??? 😪

Does anyone in the world has managed to see the favourite lists with webOS 3.5??? If yes, please give me a hint.👍

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Hey Cheers,

You asked this quite a while ago; however - I do not see any answer, less so a fair and square one. And yet, in my 2020 LG 43UN7390ALEXA I have the exact same problem. I seems that LG moderators do not ever check - or do not care. 

Worse: LG is so utterly un-intuitive that no matter if I finally made my FAVORITE list - I still had to spend HOURS on end to see, ask, check and re-check on WHERE to access that FAVORITE list.

Miss Google did not help either - for an upper-scale smart-TV = unacceptable

Hoping that someone has the same problem and found the way out of such a simple but grave problem.

Willy

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