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TV does not accept cookies and videos are not played


Francesco Gaetani

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Hallo everyone,
Since 3 months now my LG UHD TV AI ThinQ does not want to play any videos through the browser.

I guess there is an issue with the cookies policy as it seems that the TV does not record/recognize the "accept all cookies" option prompted on the screen when I load the video in the browser.  I click on "accept all cookies" the page reloads but instead of starting the video it shows me again the disclaimer for cookies..

Here is the page I'd like to reproduce: https://www.rainews.it/tgr/vda/notiziari/index.html?/tgr/rainews.html 

 

Thank you and regards, Francesco. 

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@Francesco Gaetani Most browser offered for use as the "built in" browser "app" in most smart TV's (including LG), are very basic, do not contain all the features and goodies that are in mainstream PC browsers (like Firefox, and Edge etc). So, you will find many things that do not work, and many items that will not load or play.  The other issue is that the browser apps RARELY get updated on smart TV's, so often fall very behind current browser technologies.

Because smart TV's have a browser, and "apps" many owners think they are like a PC, but it is like comparing chalk and cheese.

It my sound very "clunky" but your best method is to use you laptop, and cast the video to your TV.

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