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Please fix Bluetooth Interface, bad UX, too many steps required


Gerry H.

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Connecting my headset to my TV is such a hassle, way too many steps. Every time I have to:

  1. open settings
  2. scroll to audio
  3. scroll to bluetooth
  4. pick select a device, which opens another window
  5. navigate to my headset (multiple uses of arrow keys)
  6. select my headset
  7. hit back button multiple times to get out of window

This very bad UX.

How it should work: At step 3 once Bluetooth is selected the TV should connect to the last connected Bluetooth device. Done.

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@Gerry H. I agree, that is a hassle.

As this is only a peer-to-peer advice forum, and has no connection to LG, you will have to report this direct to your country LG support.

By the way, have you checked that you have the latest firmware for your TV? What model is it?

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