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Sushmita banerjee

How to download Google play store in LG smart TV 32LH576D

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to sum up, Google play store is for Android Operating System (OS) devices (like smartphones, tablets and SOME SMART TVs), unfortunately (for you) LG Smart TVs runs WebOS not Android

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