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7 hours ago, Blueyes7669 said:

File downloading is not supported ..... ???????? LG 49UH6030 ... TV...please help 

unlike computers with hard drives, tvs do not support downloading,they have very little storage space,,You are basically stuck with any apps they have for downloading.

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