By Dave Br
What can I do to get my TV to use the full broadband speed that I've got available. My tv is a 55EC930V and is using a wired connection to my router.
My broadband is currently running at 125Mbps. When I use any other devices such as a laptop, mobile phone, etc the speed using fast.com returns anything between 120 to 130 MBps.
But, when I use the web browser on the TV, it always maxes out at 33Mbps. This value is reported by fast.com.
If I use the speed test in the Netflix app, this returns approx 29Mbps. I never get anything higher, so what's limiting it? The same problem occurs for YouTube and that's the only other App that I've got installed.
If the network board in the TV is supposed to be 10-100Mbps, why don't I get 100 Mbps? I know I won't get 125Mbps because LG never puts 1Gbps in any of it's TVs.
By Sandip Prajapati
I am using LG OLED 55" TV since its launch new in the Market. I want education application like Udemy, Pluralsight, Linux Academy, Coursera, in the LG Content Store.
These education apps are widely used very in all Android and IOS platform. but LG OLED we unable to add the these app until LG can make it available to customer.
I had made the two times request in the past but nothing and no one addressed the issue and not received any response yet.
I request you, please address the issue and make education available to LG content store.
I have completed my first TV app. It does its job very well: display on the TV, in REAL TIME, the GPS track of my excursions in the mountains. From home my family can therefore follow me, for my safety since I almost always go alone in the mountains.
The next step would be to switch from the "developer" mode (the current one) to a "production" one.
But I think that the LG store does not accept this app because it is too personal: it is not a video game with 10000 downloads!
Furthermore, they could object to privacy issues.
So how to make this app "definitive" (installed on 2 or 3 TVs at the most) without having to renew the extension of the developer mode every 40/50 hours ?
Is there no other way than going through the LG market?
Thanks for your attention
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