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Nguyen Tu

Adding smart products to LG OLED C9 dashboard?

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The C9 has the IoT on the menu and I see that it supports ThinQ, OCF products. However, I can't figure out how to add smart lights to the dashboard.

I'm using Phillips Hue and LIFX, are they OCF devices? 

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