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No Google Assistant support on 50UK6300Y

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Hi, 

 

I bought this TV in Israel but it doesn't have the option to set Google Assistant in it, It's running WebOS 4.0 but for some reason LG decided to remove it from the models they sell here. 

Can I manually install the apps on my tv? 

Can I install the US firmware instead? 

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