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.
By Carolyn Steinberg
For the past few months I am getting intermittent pop up messages on my TV.
1st one says Wired LAN disconnected, then another message pops up and says Network connected. I have been calling my cable carrier Spectrum and Techs have been here and can't find problem. Also I went to check my wifi on my TV and my user name and connections aren't showing up all of a sudden. This TV was just purchased May 2017. What is going on and how to resolve!!
Since a short while (maybe 2 weeks), the youtube app seems to have issues.
I can only play 2-3 videos consecutively, before it stops loading even the ads that come before each video, black screen only.
Funny enough, sometimes I am not even able to turn the TV off when this happens.
I already tried:
- Logout and back into my youtube acc.
- Uninstall the app from WebOS, turn TV off incl unplug power for 1+ minutes, reinstall the app.
- Reset the TV to factory default, reinstall everything.
Other apps work like a charm still, eg Netflix, Plex, other web based TV providers for local channels.
Youtube App used to work just fine for me, I would assume it has to do with a recent update.
For info, I am on a OLED55B7V
I also am posting a similar help request to the Youtube Forums.
Thanks for your help!
By Francesco Gaetani
Since 3 months now my LG UHD TV AI ThinQ does not want to play any videos through the browser.
I guess there is an issue with the cookies policy as it seems that the TV does not record/recognize the "accept all cookies" option prompted on the screen when I load the video in the browser. I click on "accept all cookies" the page reloads but instead of starting the video it shows me again the disclaimer for cookies..
Here is the page I'd like to reproduce: https://www.rainews.it/tgr/vda/notiziari/index.html?/tgr/rainews.html
Thank you and regards, Francesco.
By Rukmaj Chandavar
I recently bought a LG Smart TV with WebOS (42LB6500) and would like to connect to my external hard disk connected over network. Here is how my home network and devices are setup.
I have a high speed broadband that comes to my WiFi router (D-Link DSL 2750U) with USB support for External HDD. I have connected my Seagate Ex.HDD to this router and I am able to access the drive over WiFi on my smartphone and computer using the network path \\192.168.1.1\... Once connected I am able to use it similar to any mount location, i.e., read/write files, play media, etc., I want to do similarly with my TV, I would like to use this connected Ex. HDD as any other location and would like to achieve following two things at the least without any additional hardwarePlay media files on this HDD (very very important) Use the HDD as recording device for timeshift/live pause feature (important)
Any help in this regard would be greatly appreciated.