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What on earth does Thinq AI do?


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LG TV 50UM7600PLB and language settings Finnish 🇫🇮

I have a big button on the remote control that I sometimes accidentally press. 

I understand that I can use it to command TV. But what commands can I give and  where can I find the command list? When I press the button, the TV will say "Puhu nyt" (Speak now).  Then I say "Sulje TV" (turn off the TV) and TV repeats "Sulje TV"  but TV searches the command from Youtube?! Is the Thinq AI only for searching entertainmentt online or do the TV commands (something like more sound, switch  to channel 5  etc) work in English only? 

I don't see any sense here.

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I found the answer from technical information. It's below. No wonder Thinq AI doesn't work. 😡

Artificial Intelligence function ThinQ
- Yes (Nordic languages are not supported)

Intelligent voice recognition
- Yes (Nordic languages are not supported)
 
Speech to text
- Yes (Nordic languages are not supported)

LG Voice Search
- Yes (Nordic languages are not supported)


Nordic languages = Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Icelandic and Finnish

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