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@Chandra Vravi Have you contacted the Hotstar support site to complain about the bugs? They are the developers, and are responsible for coding the APP to work on the different TV operating system types and versions. LG will just put what they receive, on the LG Store (if it is suitable for the model ranges it is designed for).

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