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How do I extend the memory of my LG web on TV?


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@Kane The memory of a smart TV cannot be upgraded or extended like  a PC, it is a completetely different and closed hardware architecture. If you want to use the "Time Machine II" program recording function, you will need to use something at LEAST 64GB capacity, plugged into the USB port. You will find a 1TB Seagate Hard Disk (or similar make) USB3 spec will work well for recording programs, even HD. The socket with the blue centre is usually the USB3 socket, that is the fastest, best spec.  I have mine tied to the TV bracket with a cable tie (never let it dangle from the cable only). You need to connect it and let the Time Machine function detect it, and "format" it to its requirements. Note that the TV only has to be plugged in and on standby, for scheduled recordings to work, it does not need to be ON, it only turns on the disk and the tuner in standby 1 minute before the scheduled time (screen will be off).

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