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Thanks both. I cannot connect a PC by the HDMI cable. Regarding the Amazon, I would appreciate if anybody tries it, as it is not listed on F1 page as a compatible solution. For the moment I have solved it by the mobile mirroring, although the picture on TV does not use entire screen. I hope future webOS upgrade solves it. 

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On 2/19/2021 at 8:00 PM, Jenyk said:

I would like to watch Formula 1 TV Pro on LG OLED55C9PLA, webOS 05.00.10.  No big success yet. The built-in browser does not support the full format, casting of the F1 TV app from Android mobile is unreliable and/or of lower quality. How do you watch F1 TV Pro on LG

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Frustating to see that there is no f1tv app for webos

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On 2/11/2022 at 2:00 PM, René Hakkers said:

The only way I got it working until now is via my MacBook Pro mirroring wireless to my LG Oled 65C9PLA and then configuring the TV as an extended screen (to get it full screen)

 

 

Yesterday after upgrade to WebOs 5.20.30  it suddenly worked streaming straight from my iPhone 12 via Airplay to my LG Oled 65C9PLA. However this was just for 1 session sadly 😞 Afterwards i received the same message again: Oops something went wrong error code: BM2101

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