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3 hours ago, andreluigo said:

It is incredible how nonsense is your answers! 😂😂

Then do you have any solution to install Kodi in WebOS?

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5 hours ago, Ta Lo said:

Some addons it Kodi let you cast the content to smart TV. 

Al least here my WebOS TV isn't shown as option to stream!

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20 hours ago, andreluigo said:

Al least here my WebOS TV isn't shown as option to stream!

At the Kodi's pop up menu, there is a "play using ..." option. Your TV should be on the list after you select that option. Some addons may not be able to stream the content, but your tv will be on the list anyway. If not, there is something wrong with your router.

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