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craigpetrou

Startup LG TV full screen in WebOS for Digital Signage

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I am using a LG 65-inch 4K Ultra HD 120Hz LED Smart TV with WebOS 3.0 (65UH6030) as a digital display.

 

Every day I have to manually turn on the TV, go to the WebOS app, open a URL (http://www.tapnarts.com/signage) and then expand WebOS into full screen and move the cursor over to the top right hand of the screen to try and hide it.

 

Is there a way in which I could schedule the TV to automatically turn on everyday and open WebOS in full screen mode opening a URL (http://www.tapnarts.com/signage) and hiding the cursor? I would also like it to turn off at a specific time so it is not running 24/7.

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On 22/02/2018 at 2:25 PM, craigpetrou said:

I am using a LG 65-inch 4K Ultra HD 120Hz LED Smart TV with WebOS 3.0 (65UH6030) as a digital display.

 

Every day I have to manually turn on the TV, go to the WebOS app, open a URL (http://www.tapnarts.com/signage) and then expand WebOS into full screen and move the cursor over to the top right hand of the screen to try and hide it.

 

Is there a way in which I could schedule the TV to automatically turn on everyday and open WebOS in full screen mode opening a URL (http://www.tapnarts.com/signage) and hiding the cursor? I would also like it to turn off at a specific time so it is not running 24/7.

Currently no there is not.

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Hi,

I did find a LG YouTube video that shows how to set up a TV that will not be used for live TV services, the link below should start at the point with the relevant setting:

https://youtu.be/R4Jh5VBLBSk?t=111

The feature would probably be dependant on which model is is available on, but there is nothing to loose just by having a look.

 

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