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can the wifi that is always on ever be turned off?


Dan of Durham

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Anyone that can "see" your wifi network can "try" to connect to it. At the moment my computer is showing 8 nearby networks. If they, and your TV don't have the password they will not get in.

Anyway, to answer your question: Yes. From LG.com website:

  1. Press the Home/Smart. ... 
  2. Click the Settings icon in the top-right.
  3. Choose the All Settings. ... 
  4. Choose the Network menu from the left.
  5. Choose Wi-Fi Connection if using Wi-Fi, or Wired Connection if using ethernet. ... 
  6. If on Wi-Fi Choose Advanced Wi-Fi Settings at the bottom. ... 
  7. Note the icons at the top with green circles.

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