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I have been having problems watching movies on LG web browser on my smart Tv. But I have downloaded a TV cast app on my iPhone and on my Tv off LG App Store. Now using these apps I can stream movies onto smart Tv using Tv cast app and it dose not crash or say App will now will restart to free up memory.

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