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Hello,

After updating my LG TV to the latest firmware I saw a new option:

 It is "Bluetooth Speaker Volume":

 

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Before this update, I used to connect to my Bluetooth headphones quicker because the option "Connect" was the FIRST OPTION.

Now It is the second option and I have to press down every time to highlight "Connect".

 

Why replacing "Connect" with this disabled option "Bluetooth Speaker Volume" ?!

 

This is annoying because my TV fails to detect my headphones automatically so I have to go to this menu every day and select "Connect" manually. ☹️

Making "Bluetooth Speaker Volume" the first option just made this process more annoying because now I have to press more buttons.

 

My simple request is:

Make "Connect" the first option.

 

Thanks.

 

 

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