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Switching On/Off Listen mode on latest WebOS


snoopman

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Hello,

I've bought LG OLED65E8 TV and at first launch updated to the newest WebOS version. My original issue is slow Wi-Fi speed on this device and after reading different forum threads here and on reddit looks like it's due to switched on "Listen mode" by default (Screen Share app). Just FYI on the same spot in a room I have 300 Mbps from my macbook device.

So my question is how can I switch this "Listen mode" off as with latest update of WebOS there is no such option in Screen Share app?

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