By Nick Payne
I can stream ABC content using either the iView app on our LG G1 65" OLED, or via the iView Android TV app that is installed on a Chromecast with Google TV that is plugged into one of the G1 HDMI ports. If I stream content using the app on the TV, every few minutes there's a momentary (fraction of a second) interruption to both sound and video. If I stream the same content using the app on the Chromecast, I get no such interruptions. Both TV and Chromecast are using wired Ethernet connections to the same switch, so I can't see that these interruptions are due to a network problem, or I'd see them on both devices. It would seem to be a problem with the app provided on the TV. Other streaming services that we access via apps on the TV (Netflix, Stan, Amazon Prime, etc) do not show the same problem.
By João Inácio
After a software update earlier this year (2022), the LG OLED55C1 TV web browser no longer correctly measures my internet speed. Before average normally. However, I believe the TV uses my Internet speed to the full because I can watch 4KHDR Streaming without any problem (Netflix, Prime Video). It's just the measurement in the web browser that shows grossly wrong results - My Internet contracted is 500Mbps and my TV's web browser measures 25Mbps (speedtest.net). The browser only measures the download speed wrong, the upload speed it measures right, as well as latency and ping.
Several times I tried to report this problem to the local LG (Brazil), but they do not recognize the software error and only respond with irrelevant and useless information. There are several reports of this problem posted on the Internet, and even then, LG ignores the problem.
Does anyone know how to contact the software development team at LG? I think they stay in Korea.
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Anyone has any ideas? or Solutions?
Hi! Thank you for your kind help
I'm looking for a way to show an IP camera to LG TV, I've updated it to the latest version (WebOS).
I really hope it is possible without buying an external HDMI box, there is any way to obtain that or install apps from USB? Thank you a lot!
By Mike F
Apologies for what might be a newbie question. I have a 55" Nanocell 80 series TV. I've used it for, among other things, casting FloSports from my iPhone. This always worked well and was much more stable than Roku, which kept throwing me out of the app. I go into the FloSports app on my phone, it prompts me for the casting output, I choose [LG] webOS TV NANO80UPA. Until now, it has always worked.
Last night, out of nowhere, I got an Error Code -201. I looked it up: Unable to Load, Server Certificate has expired or is not yet valid as the set time on TV is different from the current time. Please check time settings. I checked. Time settings are correct. It was suggested that my Internet speed may be lacking, but other apps like YouTube work just fine. Another tip was to ensure I had the most current software patch. Apparently, I do (03.33.11.) Googling it suggests that this is a YouTube error but, again, YouTube is OK. AirPlay is not.
Any ideas? Thanks in advance!