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Hiya,

How can i reach the 3 Menü options in right top corner?  thats the original remote. On other tv's you can reach with

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But nothing works. Missing menü for connect Smart phone for remote control.  I can open Settings but no menü to login on lg and the bad compatible USB Port no Standart Mouse or Keyboard works... Seems that the slide/side menu complete miss. No Chance to get some Tools to fix?  update with USB Stick works good. But it dont fix this Problems.

So its a remote Problem maybe?

The Button my apps without Funktion. If i open hbbtv there are the lg menü point missing to.  I'm happy for every usefull healing hand!

TC people :)

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