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Hi Guys, I now own a PF50KS (KS). Before I had an PG30JG which was connected to an Logitech Bluetooth adapter and I was able to control the sound volume over the LG remote.

I tried to setup the PF50KS in the same way, with pressing the volume control buttons on the remote only a stop sign appears. Can anyone tell why this happens ?

The WebOS version is the 3.11...., an update is not available for Germany. PLEASE help :) ! 

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On 04.02.2019 at 13:44, Andi Airich said:

Merhaba Arkadaşlar, artık bir PF50KS (KS) sahibiyim. Daha önce Logitech Bluetooth adaptörüne bağlı bir PG30JG'm vardı ve ses seviyesini LG uzaktan kumandası üzerinden kontrol edebiliyordum.

PF50KS'yi de aynı şekilde kurmaya çalıştım, kumanda üzerindeki ses kontrol butonlarına basarak sadece dur işareti çıkıyor. Bunun neden olduğunu kimse söyleyebilir mi?

WebOS sürümü 3.11...., Almanya için bir güncelleme mevcut değil. Lütfen yardım et :)

hello,

Where can I download WebOs 3.11 version?

Do you have Netflix, Disney+, Amazon Prime applications on your device?

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