By Extra Celestial
Would love to auto start the Alexa app so my smart home can connect to it automatically when I turn it on from a plug since you can't turn on the tv with the hubs.
One small workaround instead of trying to figure out how to turn on the tv from a hub since it disconnects from the wifi when it powers off.
LG Becomes World’s First Auto Component Supplier to Meet Global Standard for Functional Safety and CybersecurityBy News Reporter
LG Continues to Lead Future Vehicular Software Development
by Acquiring Both Functional Safety and Cybersecurity Certifications
SEOUL, March 30, 2023 — LG Electronics (LG) is the first player to meet international testing standards for functional safety and cybersecurity management for vehicles. LG annually updates required certifications for its hardware and software solutions for electric vehicle components through leading global testing organization, TÜV Rheinland.
A respected player in the rapidly growing EV components industry, LG has consistently complied with international regulations and participated in key certification programs. To lead the field of vehicle safety, LG is committed to securing the technical capabilities both at the employee and the organizational level.
Recently, LG research engineer Kim Min-kyu obtained the Automotive Functional Safety Expert qualification, becoming the second individual ever to do so since the qualification program was established in 2011. Also, LG acquired functional safety certification for its ADAS front camera in the ‘4M’ (Material, Method, Machine, Man) categories in 2022. The company’s vehicle components also comply with the Cyber Security Management System (CSMS) – the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe’s (UNECE) regulation No. 155 (UN R155).
“With the rising importance of vehicle security and safety regulations in the global auto industry, acquiring certification for our auto components and technologies is key to maintaining competitiveness,” said Eun Seok-hyun, President of LG Vehicle component Solutions (VS) Company. “LG will continue to comply with the latest standards and grow its capabilities in safety and security to provide our customers with even more reliable solutions.”
“We congratulate LG on producing Asia’s first Functional Safety Expert, an achievement that reflects the company’s outstanding, across-the-board performance in acquiring top industry certifications and qualifications,” said Frank Juettner, CEO and director of TÜV Rheinland Korea. “Obtaining the latest certifications, including ISO/SAE 21434, demonstrates LG’s commitment to providing its customers and partners with the highest level of product, system safety and security.”
LG has built stellar track records maintaining its innovation at the highest level of quality and reliability. Already in 2018, LG secured technical certification for Functional Safety Management (FSM) in infotainment development, and in 2021, its Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) front camera passed assessments for functional safety (product and processes) based on ISO 26262 – an international functional safety standard for the development of electrical and electronic systems for vehicles.
LG also plans to lead future trends in autonomous driving, where functional safety will be centered on the fast-growing area of Safety of The Intended Functionality (SOTIF). SOTIF is becoming increasingly important as the entire auto industry seeks to incorporate and expand the use of various advanced technologies in their vehicles, including artificial intelligence (AI), high-definition maps, sensor data interfaces and cybersecurity applications.
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I own a 55 inch LG WEBOS TV SM8100PVA and I am connecting my SONY WH-1000XM3 bluetooth head set to the TV, it used to auto connect as soon as I power on the headphones, but now it only connecting manually, I have tried to reconnect them (forget and connect again) and the auto detect isturned on, I cannot auto connect them
meaning every time I have to connect them, but only manually, it started happening after I connected them once to my phone and than I unpaired them from my phone,
Can anyone assist :)?
I’m French sorry for my poor english
I was wondering if it’s possible to disable simplink (or only auto sync on) only on 1 HDMI device.
I have an LG C1, multiple HDMI devices which work perfectly with simplink, except an LG Blu-ray 4K player (UP970).
When I turn on a device, it turns on the TV, great! But if the Blu-ray
player was the last device I used, and I turn everything off, and then
I turn on a device, the TV then turns on and shows first the HDMI
Blu-ray player input (with no signal), then it shows the HDMI input of
the device I turned on, and finally the Blu-ray player turns on and
the TV switches back to the HDMI Blu-ray player input...
Any ideas on how to fix this?
While watching YouTube on my WebOS TV, I very frequently pause the picture and I do not like the picture dimming the second i hit pause. It makes an extremely unpleasant experience when the remote requires 6 actions to go from 'pause' to 'play'.
Step 1) push 'pause' (screen goes dim)
Step 2) 'up arrow' (to get rid of dimming)
Step 3) 'up arrow' a second time (to finish getting rid of dimming)
Step 4) push 'play' (screen goes dim)
Steps 5 +6) repeat steps 2+3 (screen is now bright and playing)
6 steps? 2 steps is the ONLY logical number. 1) pause and 2) play (actually just pause for both pausing and play but we'll leave that for now) 6 steps makes for a VERY unpleasant viewing experience.
Yes I am aware the screen will return after about 3 seconds. (unpleasant/frustrating)
Yes I am aware that I can use the 180 degree arrow key to reduce the number of steps to only 4. There are 2 problems with this method. 1) Its still 2 steps too many. 2) If i wait a split second too long, the screen will return to bright screen at the same moment I push the button and now that 180 degree arrow button is programmed to return you to the main menu. This makes it even more aggravating because I now have to go into the history menu to restart the video.
Can someone please tell me how to eliminate the auto dimming? If its not possible, can the webOS programmers just reprogram the system to stop doing this. Yes, its a first world problem, but when you hit 'pause' as much as i do, honestly want to return the TV. I can't take how poorly it was designed. It makes no sense. thank you for your help.