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My iPhone X iOS app is not finding my lg tv. Help!


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I was having the same problem with the lg plus iOS app until today.   Even though the lg tv was connected to the WiFi network in settings, there is a sub setting for an additional network setting that needs to be turned on under advanced, for ipv6 to be on. After that it worked right away. 

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8 hours ago, slclemens said:

I was having the same problem with the lg plus iOS app until today.   Even though the lg tv was connected to the WiFi network in settings, there is a sub setting for an additional network setting that needs to be turned on under advanced, for ipv6 to be on. After that it worked right away. 

I found that setting and turns it on. Still not finding my phone. 🙁

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