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my original magic remote is on its very last half-a-leg. i ordered what was supposed to be a suitable replacement as i was informed that my particular model remote had been discontinued. the new remote is an LG AN-MR700 and it will not register to my LG webOS tv. i can control power and volume only. pressing the ok wheel attempts to register but comes back as fail after about 30 seconds.
my LG lb652V has serveral buggs and i want to get back to factory settings. Everytime i go to the menu and choose the factory settings, the TV do a reboot change my TV list to Cable and thats it. No apps deleted, no first install assistant, no settings are reseted. Then i used anymote, to do an INSTOP reset, i checked the service menu, and so on. I cant reset my TV, what should i do anymore? The TV has the newest firmware 05.05.70 so i can´t downgrade anymore, i tried it several times. I dont know what to do now, has anyone an idea?
Sorry for my bad english, im german.
Keep getting this message on the top right hand corner of the TV screen
"Your Magic Remote Signal Is Unstable"
There is a ton of lag, almost to the point where the remote becomes unusable, then it snaps out of it and works fine for 2-5 seconds then the lag comes back.
Other support forums suggested to hold down the back arrow and the home button simultaneously until the power button on the remote blinks. I've done this, and it re-registers the magic remote, but it does not fix the lag.
I have also reset the TV back to initial settings, but still the lag persists.
Anything else I can try?
Please add the ability to have eye comfort mode turn off / on at set times. (Similar to night shift on iPhone)
Or at least move the setting to an easier location to avoid digging through settings menus.
I turn it on every evening to stop the light effecting my circadian rhythm, then off when watching TV during the day and this would be very convenient.