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I have just bought an LG Smart Tv and have tuned it in via freeview and the guide shows that i have all the channels installed. However I am a Racing tv subscriber and the guide shows channel 261 as installed but when i try to access it I get a message saying 'Invalid Service' with an animation and a blank screen. I had no issues with my previous tv so am a little baffled by the fact that i cant receive racing tv on my brand new LG tv. Is this a compatibility problem or is that i need a flash player installed to stream racing tv. Can someone please offer a reason and a solution for this as it is driving me batty.
I had recently purchased LG NANO80 and got the WebOS updated too. However, I am not able to find Zee5 App to download. All the other Apps viz. ALT Balaji, Netflix, PrimeVideo and many others are listed in the AppStore but Zee5 is neither available by default nor available for download. Is it removed?
Thanks for any help in advance.
I installed a few apps trying to get Casting to work that didn't work properly and I can't find anyway to uninstall them. My TV doesn't seem to have edit mode perhaps because I have had it a few years (pre-2018 some when- possibly its 10 years old or more as I can't remember when I got it). Anyone know how I can uninstall them?
Sorry if this post is a double up, my previous question appears lost!
We have a LGB7v bought in the UK but we've moved to New Zealand. Is there a way for me to get access to NZ based apps? I've tried to change the "Location" but there's no Asia or Oceania option. I selected "Other" and all it did remove BBC iPlayer and UK apps from viewing but I also (annoyingly) had to review and change the display settings for each source again. Regardless, it doesn't seem to have helped me anyway.
Is there a way I get NZ apps and ensure my TV remains up to date with the correct firmware, etc.
I’m using multiple Sonos speakers in my home WiFi and each speaker will show up in the inputs list in home dashboard as a individual media server. I did some research and it is because Sonos streams musics on UPnP protocol and there is no way to turn it off. I just hoping to get a ‘hiding inputs’ feature in the home dashboard.