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Hi @A.R Rinan

No, LG staff do not reply to questions on this forum.  That is because it is a user-to-user forum, member help others when they have some insight to a particular query.  If you have an answer that no-one can help you with you would be better off using the link below:

https://www.lgwebos.com/topic/2550-lg-has-a-feedback-and-suggestions-form/

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