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I have my LG 4K Smart TV -Model : 43UJ632T.
I could not able to use the Wireless Keyboard ( Logitech K230) with Builtin Apps like Youtube, Amazon Prime or in Netflix to search. I could able to use only thru Magic Remote.
But the same Keyboard is working fine in Google Movies & SunNXT apps.
Could you please help me in fixing the same.
When are we finally getting the option to turn off the ridiculous "fireworks" screensaver? I didn't spend thousands on a new TV to watch this screen every 2 minutes, and especially not when I am playing Spotify songs and can't see what songs are up next or even follow lyrics!
It's one thing to build features to prevent build-in, but another if they make using the TV properly a problem. Give us the ability to choose for ourselves if we want this protection or not, and don't force our hands please.
By Ahmed Khan
I was wondering if someone could help me to get the Netflix app on my LG 65' TV (65UB980T).
I have searched through the options but do not find any option to go and install or uninstall apps. Also there isn't any option to sign in on the TV to download the apps from the LG store.
May be I might be missing something here, could any of you guide me on this please.
Also if possible can the firmware of this TV be updated - to get the WebOS 2.0 at least.
By LG 55UM7300
I am a LG 55UM7300 user, usually using Airplay.
I can watch Youtube's CC subtitles but Auto-generated one.
Got disappointed. The great majority of Youtubes are on Auto-generated one, not CC.
I really want to watch Youtube with Auto-generated subtitles.
I found out that Chromecast can display it, so Why not via Airplay?
ps. Even CC subtitles are displayed at weird position when via Airplay, not in the middle but left side.