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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.
Hello guys and gals,
I am not sure if this question is for here, but i tried reading some posts on the internet and could not find a reasonable explanation or solution to my problem, so here it is.
I bought my TV (official model i think is OLED55CX3LA) about 2 weeks ago along with LG Soundbar SN4, connected via optical cabel.
In few words, the setup is as follows:
- Picture mode - Expert (Dark Room) with Gamma set to 2.2 and TruMotion to Natural
- Sound is set to Cinema mode and Optical+Internal TV Speaker
No AI features are turned on and TV is connected to internet via ethernet cable. I have set-up box connected to the TV, a laptop, both with HDMI, and streaming with Serviio over dlna.
Now the issue. On 3rd-4th day the TV started crashing only while watching from the set-up box. The picture will freeze, some times a high pitch noise appears, the TV is unresponsive. This goes on for 10-20 seconds, the TV turns off by itself and after 5 seconds it is turned on. Sometimes it does it once and not again, sometimes there is a day without doing it, sometimes does it constantly one after another unless i change the channel, or change from set-up box to DLNA for example.
I changed HDMI ports, i changed HDMI cables - no effect. I thought it is something in the signal from the set-up box (sometimes it is very low quality, or whatever else), but yesterday same thing happened while watching 2160p movie from DLNA.
You can see what happens here:
link hidden, please login to view The video on my cloud is only 2 minutes, but in reality this went on for about 7-8 minutes until i changed from set-up box to DLNA. Just the video was too big and had to cut it.
By Mihnea Prundeanu
TL;DR How do I save screen captures to an external HDD?
I am new here. I recently bought an LG 43UJ6307, webOS 3.5. More than happy with it, except for the fact that there is literally nowhere to find accurate information. The TV has the screen capture feature and automatically saves the capture in the internal storage.
I e-mailed LG to ask how to copy it from the internal storage to the external storage and they said it is not possible. Although, they said I can choose where I save the screen captures (on an external support or internal storage). My question is: How do I do this? How do I choose to save the screen captures to my external HDD of flash drive? Thanks very much.