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I have a 55 SM8100 series TV. AirPlay + Homekit was indeed working, until it was not on a software update (should have disabled auto update!). Any wizard out there can share how one can download the last airplay compatible firmware and how to manually downgrade? Thanks
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I am a LG 55UM7300 user, usually using Airplay.
I can watch Youtube's CC subtitles but Auto-generated one.
Got disappointed. The great majority of Youtubes are on Auto-generated one, not CC.
I really want to watch Youtube with Auto-generated subtitles.
I found out that Chromecast can display it, so Why not via Airplay?
ps. Even CC subtitles are displayed at weird position when via Airplay, not in the middle but left side.
The latest FW 05.80.55 has completely messed up my tv and I have rolled back to 05.80.15 successfully. However I would like to have my TV on FW 05.80.35 since I was very happy with that one.
Anyone who has a copy of that one, 05.80.35?
I live in Europe
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I bought LG webOS UM7100PLB and whenever I try to watch movies from my laptop (Macbook Pro Retina) on my tv the movies stutter and jam. It is still watchable but extremely annoying so I just plug HDMI cable to watch it. The problem is not also with movies when I scroll or do anything on my laptop, on my LG is slow and stutters as well.
Anybody knows what the problem would be? I attached a screenshot.
Thanks for your help,
I am having an issue with two of your tv's at my home with Apple HomeKit. I have a 55 inch and 65 inch OLED C9 TV. They are both compatible with HomeKit. Originally when I installed the TV's I had all sorts of issues with Apple HomeKit. For the Last 2 months Apple HomeKit has been working perfect with them. Now after a recent update to them via automatic updates, Apple HomeKit now has an issue viewing the tv on the HomeKit app remotely while the TV is OFF, It shows "No Response" in HomeKit. My TV's are hardwired via Ethernet cable. There are 4 states in HomeKit that are recognized for the TV: - Viewing the tv on the HomeKit app locally on the network while the TV is ON (This works in HomeKit and shows the tv as turned on) - Viewing the tv on the HomeKit app locally on the network while the TV is OFF (This works in HomeKit and shows the tv as turned off) - Viewing the tv on the HomeKit app remotely while the TV is ON (This works in HomeKit and shows the tv as turned on) - Viewing the tv on the HomeKit app remotely while the TV is OFF (This DOES NOT work in HomeKit and the TV shows in HomeKit as "No Response")
I've tried reseting the TV's and doing all sorts of things. Nothing has worked. I believe there is an issue with the latest firmware.
My new LG TV (65UM6900PUA) running WebOS 04.71.25 works great with HomeKit, with the exception that it is not reachable while it is turned off. If I try to turn it on in the home app, it says "No Response." I have changed the 'Turn on via Wi-Fi' setting to on, and it will turn on from the 'LG TV Plus' app, but not from the iOS home app. Is there a specific setting or something I need to change?