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 From all the stated information, webos 3.0 + is supported for disney plus.  My updated webos is webos 3.3.4 dreadlocks..  While I can download the disney plus app.. an get the OVERALL menu to appear. The second we attempt to get ' MOVIES ' to play or something like the Mandalorian All we get is the blue background screen. When using a episodic show, we get a black screen with EP 1 Season 1 (name of it here) .. The AUDIO plays, an on the extreme EDGE of the tv.. you can see the flicking images. If you pull up a TV menu, it will flash to the FULL SCREEN of whatever your streaming, then promply disappear. Going back results in same black screen with micostreaming on the edges.. Anyone else having this issue? Disney plus is utter worthless an suggest ' you just use your firestick '.. Which works fine on the same TV (same on streaming via phone) Kinda dont want to do that, when clearly its suppost to be supported.. Any help would be lovely. Played with every setting under the sun, still no dice 😃

 

tv is LG webos uh6150

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