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Hotstar Not available in LG Content Store for 49UF850T


Devaraju Muniraju

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On 7/12/2019 at 7:46 PM, Devaraju Muniraju said:

I am unable to find the Hotstar application in my LG UHD Smart TV 49UF850T.  The software is above 3.5 and still its not available in the LG Content store. Please let me know what should we do in this case.

I am also facing same problem Webos updated to the latest version 5.x but still hotstar not available in store. Any solution for this

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