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By John Bizeray
I recently updated the firmware on my LG43UH610V. Now I constantly get "Wired Lan cable disconnected" / "Wired network is connected" messages even while watching a video file from my NAS. The TV is connected and using the network while getting these messages. It has always been on a fixed IP address on the LAN.
I request developers to port NES / SNES / GBA Emulator on WebOS.
If possible also add wireless controller / mobile app based controller support.
It will be great to play those game on TV.
* I found some websites allowing users to play games directly from browser.
Search "SNES game online"
So, It should be possible on WebOS.
Any idea how to make this work? I have paired various apps including the LG Tv Plus app and I have also got "Mobile TV On" set to on. TV is connected via WiFi and also ethernet cable. However when I turn off the TV via any of the apps the tv then also disappears from the network thus I cannot access it to turn it on. I have tried to use Mobile TV On with just Wifi turned on or with just Ethernet Cable turned on as well as both but no luck either way. Any ideas what Im doing wrong here? Many thanks.
My TV is on software 04.70.20 and its model number is 55UJ634V-ZD. Many thanks.
The other morning I had 3 pop ups from different phones trying to connect to my tv. After reading online I came to the conclusion it was they were trying to connect through WIFI Direct. There was no solution on the screen share app. I had turned off connected apps and that didn't help. I checked my router and there were no strange devices. I read that you do not need to be on the same network to connect through WIFI Direct. I contacted LG 3 times. First , I got on chat. They told me to reset to initial settings and that would fix things. It didn't and erased all my expensive professional calibrations to boot. Then I called, they originally told me these people have to be on my home network, but then, when I told them what I learned about WIFI Direct, discussed it and said I was right and there was noting I can do. Lastly, I emailed them and was told to turn off Listening Mode. Listening Mode is no longer available in my Screen Share App.
So, does anyone know a way to stop strange phones from trying to connect through WIFI Direct? While I am grateful they gave us a chance to say no to these pop ups there is no end to annoyance with having to deal with them.