Hi I'm trying to find out if a problem I have is a problem of my LG 49U67V TV or my modem's problem.
Some times ( irregular pattern) when I try to connect to some kind of web service (browser, YouTube, Netflix), I can't connect or the speed is too slow. My TV is connected via Wi-Fi.
When check the Wi-Fi and internet connection trough the settings Evey thing looks OK. At the same time my Android phones connect superbly and if I measure my internet speed via fast.com from phone or PC everything is OK. I found 2 solution for this
A. either restarting the modem and then everything is OK the connection superb etc.
B. Going to settings, disconnect from my router and reconnect (you know adding again the router password). Then everything is back to normal.
The TV does not seem to have any other issue.
I've tried to go back to factory settings. I've noticed the problem again. In irregular pattern it appears no standard time or pattern of appearance.
Could it be that my modem router is the problem? I have this modem for over 3 years.
I will try another to be sure. LG here said "we can check your TV but if we don't find anything you (me that is) will have to pay for pick up and delivery expenses.
The TV seems to be connected during this problem. Just it does not stream data from the internet or it does in low speeds. Netflix speed test shows it at really low speeds or disconnected while in settings it seems connected. Strength of Wi-Fi signal, superb
By Gerry H.
Connecting my headset to my TV is such a hassle, way too many steps. Every time I have to:
open settings scroll to audio scroll to bluetooth pick select a device, which opens another window navigate to my headset (multiple uses of arrow keys) select my headset hit back button multiple times to get out of window This very bad UX.
How it should work: At step 3 once Bluetooth is selected the TV should connect to the last connected Bluetooth device. Done.
I have an LG OLED55C6P TV. Because of hearing difficulties, I generally use bluetooth headphones when watching the TV. As far as I have been able to determine, there appears to be no way to use the headphones and also have the TV speakers working at the same time. This means that if I'm watching TV, no one else can watch and listen unless they have headphones. Am I missing something? Is there a way to have the headphones and TV speakers working at the same time?
I have just bought an LG OLED CX55. In much of the documentation I have read on the internet about the remote control, there is reference to a "Q.menu" or "Q.menu 123" button.
On the remote control that came with the TV, there is no such button.
Is it called something else now or did I get the wrong remote?
By soheil rayatdoost
I update MY TV WebOS last night (Version 05.30.10)), then I cannot stream from my Android phone anymore! It worked perfectly with the pervious version.
Do you know if LG fix it or I should downgrade to the previous version?
How can I downgrade it?