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programming a recording without the online list


adolfo melilli

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Hello, for some reason, in the region where I live (Friuli, near Venice, Italy) the Main TV Provider (RAI) does not transmit the program plan for its channels.... while all the others do...

Unfortunately I'm specially interested in recording RAI events, because I'm at work when they go on air....

I own a LG 43UJ70V1 since 10 days, in absence of the program list I did not find a way to program a recording  from RAI....

I'm quite disappointed because  I was sure (and still I am)  there must be a way to plan a recording by knowing the channel, the start date/time and the stop date/time or duration... but I couldn't find it.. I saw this feature in many 15-years-old TV sets, I can't believe it's no more in this super hi-tech expensive thing...

As an alternative, is it possible to download the list from the internet??    this is also a feature that was already working in 15 years ago TV's.

is there any app in the LG store to work out of this?

thankyou

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