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Balaji0084

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Hi, I bought LG Smart TV in Thailand, I used this in India. I could able to see only following 3 apps in the premium apps. I changed the country to India in the settings, but still the Indian apps not showing either in Premium or Smart World.

I also tried to change the Area code in service menu, but it’s fixed cannot change anymore. Only I can able to change is Country code, currently it is 19.

Model: 32LS5700

OS: Netcast

Following details shown in Service Menu,

Country Group Code :  19
Country Group : AJ

Country : —

Area option : 3841

Wifi-Frequency : 1

Lang Gr. : W-EU

I II Save : On

HDEV : On

Mono: On

Location : 1

Isolator : 0

 

I cannot able to change the Area option code, but only can able to change Country Group code, that one not sure what is the country code for India.

Anyone kindly please help to advise on this.

 

 

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