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Accessing a different region's services and apps on my LG WebOS smart tv


Aditya Bhuvanraj

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I purchased my LG smart TV from Doha, Qatar and hence is uses the middle-east version of WebOS. But now I'm using this TV in India and want to access the services and apps provided by Indian version of WebOS. How can install the Indian version of WebOS on my LG smart TV? Alternatively can I just install indian version LG Content Store?

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