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How to connect my LG TV to Google Home Hub?


Bîrlă Andrei

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Hi there,

I have a 50" UK6470PLC LG Tv and recently  I bough a Google Home Hub.  I now that my Tv has Google Assistant built-in ( accesible only with Magic Remote wich I don't have) and I want to control the TV via Google Home Hub. Unfortunately , I can't find any solutions to connect my Tv to Google Home Hub.

So, is there a way to connect this two devices without any other equipemnt (like Chromecast )?

 

Thanks in advance!

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10 hours ago, Bîrlă Andrei said:

Hi there,

I have a 50" UK6470PLC LG Tv and recently  I bough a Google Home Hub.  I now that my Tv has Google Assistant built-in ( accesible only with Magic Remote wich I don't have) and I want to control the TV via Google Home Hub. Unfortunately , I can't find any solutions to connect my Tv to Google Home Hub.

So, is there a way to connect this two devices without any other equipemnt (like Chromecast )?

Thanks in advance!

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