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How do you update web browser on Lg smart tv?


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On 3/22/2019 at 1:26 AM, netaji sathe said:

may site are using Flash player for video content

No they aren't. Flash isn't even in active development, having been discontinued by Adobe last year. You can't even play Flash content in the native Flash Player since Adobe blocked it back in January of 2021. No major browser has supported Flash in years and no decent video content producer has used it in at least five years.

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On 3/31/2018 at 5:28 PM, George Hofmeister said:

You cannot install the Google's Chrome browser in webOS as it does not have a native port.  Currently the only web browser that can be used in webOS is the one it comes with.  Neither is Adobe's Flash supported by webOS.

How webOS can say not supporting the Adobe Flash, may site are using Flash player for video content, I am also facing same problem, for better experience the content platform must be user friendly. I am not able to run Zee5 on web saying browser to upgrade. 

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