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JohnM

LG TV using Amazon Prime Video

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I just joined Amazon Prime. When attempting to watch a movie on Amazon prime video it says I need to update Google Chrome on my LG smart TV which has WebOs, not Google Chrome.

How can I watch Amazon Prime videos on my LG TV (made in 2016)?   

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You need to install the Amazon Prime App, you don't use a browser to watch Amazon Prime, at best it will only be in low res, Amazon will only stream in HD with the App.

If you need to create an account, and other account keeping activities, you should do that with another device, either phone/tablet or PC/Mac.

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