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Hey everyone,

 

I am new here. I just bought 60 of these displays and I cant find many resources on them. I want to start using the webOS platform, but can't find any info...

 

 

Any one here able to help?

 

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Hi,

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This will cause unintentional offence, but why did you purchase sixty digital signs before checking out the resources you need to go with them?

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