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How can I update web browser in LG smart TV.

I am not able to play videos it shows your using old version pls update the browser.

Pls any suggestions

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20 hours ago, Balaji NG said:

How can I update web browser in LG smart TV.

I am not able to play videos it shows your using old version pls update the browser.

Pls any suggestions

If the videos/websites you are trying to watch are Flash based or rely on esoteric backend software then they are not going and never will play in the webOS browser.

Citing some examples of sites you are having problems with would help. 

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