By Xavier Williams
As stated in the title.
I can't connect my controller to the tv, however it says there may be some incompatibility issues. Which is interesting because it's listed in the compatible products on LG's webpage.
When I open the web browser and go to the Xbox xcloud site to play games. I hit 'ready to play' and it says that it can't detect the controller even though its connected to my TV.
Things I've tried:
- Unplugging my TV from the wall for 5 minutes or so.
- Updating the TV to the latest software.
- Updating the controller to the latest software.
- Putting the controller USB stick into the TV and connecting it to the TV that way.
- Removing all wireless transmission devices away from the TV (except my Orbi or Wireless router, roughly 5 meters away from the TV)
I've seen a Youtube video of someone successfully connecting their controller and play xcloud on the web browser but i haven't had the same success.
Any ideas or solutions would be much appreciated.
DO NOT UPDATE to Version 04.40.25 or 04.40.70 else you will lose Video Playback on the Web Browser on some websites.By AusRob
The built in Web Browser will not play Videos on SOME websites after updating to WebOS Version 04.40.25 and 04.40.70. The web sites otherwise work fine. Here is an example that won't play since the 04.40.25 update ...
link hidden, please login to view ... Please fix this LG ASAP, it's really annoying. PS. It has nothing to do with any Browser setting, I have checked all that.
By LG Nano LED
Dear Sir or Madam
I have a LG Nano LED tv, in that I am trying to download VOOTKIDS. But is not showing in the LG webos
This was checked many times.
Kindly suggest me to how to download this app in my TV,
Good evening all,
Via WebOS, i have tried to download an .avi file but i got a message similar to "Downloading file is not supported" from the browser.
I would like to find a way (via another app, via an external device or whatever) to download a media file into my TV or USB drive plugged-in. Then, I would like the TV to play that downloaded file.
Any idea how to do this ?
In other words, today, what I do:
- download a media file from the web with my computer (700mo)
- copy the media into an USB drive
- unplug the usb drive from my computer
- plug the usb drive into my TV
- play the media to watch it with my TV
I would like to avoid using my computer to watch my downloaded media on my TV.
My TV : OLED65C2