By John Bizeray
I recently updated the firmware on my LG43UH610V. Now I constantly get "Wired Lan cable disconnected" / "Wired network is connected" messages even while watching a video file from my NAS. The TV is connected and using the network while getting these messages. It has always been on a fixed IP address on the LAN.
TV's a UK7700PUD. I've scoured the settings, but can't find anything that might let me export bookmarks to, say, USB. Although I did see in the TV's settings you can create/sign in to an LG account... Any chance I could use that to sync bookmark data in the cloud for an LG account? Wanna be sure here before I resort to manually copying them. Thanks.
By Marco Marcellino
Since a couple of years I convert my pictures from raw on Google's format more efficient of JPG (about 30% less with the same quality) is a format natively used by google (home page, g+, images search, facebook and all Android devices (from 4.0 version) as well as supported by browsers chrome, Opera and early from Firefox. I'd like webOS inserts the native compatibility to decode this format of images. Thanks!
I have completed my first TV app. It does its job very well: display on the TV, in REAL TIME, the GPS track of my excursions in the mountains. From home my family can therefore follow me, for my safety since I almost always go alone in the mountains.
The next step would be to switch from the "developer" mode (the current one) to a "production" one.
But I think that the LG store does not accept this app because it is too personal: it is not a video game with 10000 downloads!
Furthermore, they could object to privacy issues.
So how to make this app "definitive" (installed on 2 or 3 TVs at the most) without having to renew the extension of the developer mode every 40/50 hours ?
Is there no other way than going through the LG market?
Thanks for your attention
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