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Hi Everyone,
I'm new to weOS and my LG TV doesn't seem to read via PDF or HTML formatted version.  Can anyone help guide me with the fix instruction?
Thank you so much.
Charlie
As far as I'm aware, there is no native pdf reader on the LG Smart TV WebOs. If the app is not in the LG content store then likely it is not supported.
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