How do I know what resolution is being displayed?
By Bhanu Kumar
Unable to get Airtel xstream app on lg content store. Plz make the app available on lg content store.
Samsung, Sony, Apple TV, and many other competitors have the Steam Link app. It was available for Android TVs that had access to the Play Store.
When I set up my new LG OLED TV and realized WebOS doesn’t have access to Steam Link, Moonlight, or another comparable app, all I could think was “I wish I stuck with Samsung when upgrading to OLED.”
Well it's more of a question, but if it's not possible then it's a request
When I change the volume the TV displays a + / - menu on the right, but it doesn't show what the current volume is. Sometimes when you start a video it seems too quiet, but that's not the volumes fault... so you crank it up and then the whole place explodes...
If it could display some kind of visual meter for volume, or simply a numerical value...
For some reason when connected to the bose soundbar there is a numerical value, but not on the switch, Home OS screens or firetv... all those are stuck with the simple +/- symbol. Is it possible to change this ?
I own a LG HU85LS very happy with that but now I don't see the Disney plus app.
Where an when can I get it?
Has anyone else had the same problem as me regarding the 'like' button on the YouTube app on my Oled77g7v? There is a thumbs up button and a thumbs down button for each video. These icons are supposed to be just an outline unless you click on them and then they fill in to show you have selected them. However, this no longer works on my TV. It is as if you never clicked. In fact, the 'like' icon is always pre_filled, no matter what I do. This used to work properly and it still works correctly on a Sony TV I have. Any ideas would be very welcome!
So I got an Xbox One X which has games that display 4k. And also the YouTube app displays 4k videos. How do I know that I have everything set up correctly and the TV is ACTUALLY displaying 4k video mode?
Sometimes even HD looks really good and I haven't watched 4k stuff to know if I'm really seeing it.
It would be nice if there were an option in the TV for displaying the actual resolution in the corner or something. I tried to set things up through my Denon AVR X2000 receiver and the Xbox complained about the TV not being able to do 4k. I don't know if I had something set up wrong or not, so I just hooked the Xbox up to the TV in hdmi 1. And I think the Xbox THINKS it is now capable of at least SOME 4k, but it would be nice to verify that the TV is doing what I think it is doing.
Anybody know an app or something that would help?
oh, I DID see a "+HDR" on the screen for a moment at some point. Don't remember what triggered it nor how to get it to display it again.
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Pick up your magic remote. Shake it until you get a pointer on the tv screen. Press the little scroll wheel button down. This should display the input source in the upper left corner such as "HDMI1
Ah, I got it. I don't usually use the LG remote since I have the Logitech Harmony Elite to control all my devices, but apparently there is one thing it may do that the Elite does not. If I click on
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