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Dear someone,

I have 2 lg smart tv's in my house. Both are looking nice and working good whit webos. Also the link to my lg soundbar easy to make. And the smart remote is the best remote i have had in my life.  Bud when i want to play a movie anno 2018 (network/netflix style) i have a problem. The lg app store do not have any apps that's able to make a dissent home library of my digital movies. Like kodi or ds video.

So it wil be nice to add dose 2 apps in the store for web os.

I hope it wil be coming soon i can not wait.

 

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Done dis in the past. Bud don't like how it work's. Its a workaround. 

Lg selling you a nice machine called smart tv. Bud a smart tv without good working apps is that a smart tv!!!!

Look at samsung the apps they have in the app store are batter. Like ds video.

So it would be great to not use workarounds bud to have normal apps that can be used also for my child. 

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On 29/12/2017 at 6:48 AM, Joshua19 said:

Done dis in the past. Bud don't like how it work's. Its a workaround. 

Lg selling you a nice machine called smart tv. Bud a smart tv without good working apps is that a smart tv!!!!

Look at samsung the apps they have in the app store are batter. Like ds video.

So it would be great to not use workarounds bud to have normal apps that can be used also for my child. 

Plex's app for webOS works perfectly, of course you will have to set up a back-end server to use it.

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and this is what we mean. kodi on android tv  is the server and you only need a storage. now you need storage and server which always has to be on, so laptop is not an option, cheap NAS also not (no processing power), rasberry pi too techy and tv box yet another remote control....

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1 hour ago, Jo Mantelers said:

and this is what we mean. kodi on android tv  is the server and you only need a storage. now you need storage and server which always has to be on, so laptop is not an option, cheap NAS also not (no processing power), rasberry pi too techy and tv box yet another remote control....

Going by the following forum posts KODI is unlikely going to be available on any Smart TV platform apart from Android: 

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As for a Raspberry Pi being too techy, check out Diet Pi  which provides a nice and easy way to get a Plex server up and running.  If you do not think the RPi would have enough processing power Diet Pi also has version for many more Single Board Computers.

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