I have recently purchased an LG 43UH610T television. I am located in Bali, Indonesia. Everything seems to be working fine, but when I click on any of the options, such as LGTV, YouTube etc, it tells me I must first consent to the LG Smart TV user agreement. However, I then get a message saying "Unable to load user agreements - a server error has occurred ......"
Can you help?
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LG Singapore recently hit another important milestone with the opening of the LG Life’s Good Experience Zone. Officially launched in January in collaboration with leading Australian retailer Harvey Norman, this first-of-its-kind space showcases how LG’s latest smart products seamlessly integrate into, transform and revolutionize practically any space. Visitors to the zone can expect to be treated to a first-hand experience of the interconnected world LG’s innovations create.
The celebrations began with a ribbon cutting ceremony where Gerald Chun, managing director at LG Singapore, and Bernice Kwok, chief operating officer at Harvey Norman Singapore, used golden scissors to officially open the space to the people of Singapore and the world.
As part of the celebrations, a team of red lion dancers performed a captivating routine to bring good fortune and wealth to the new space. Afterwards, Gerald Chun and Bernice Kwok were presented with a pair of traditional blessings as a gesture of long-lasting prosperity.
The special guests were then ushered through the showroom on a private tour conducted by LG Singapore’s insightful product team, giving them the very first look at the Life’s Good Experiential Zone and their first experience of how their lifestyle could evolve to the next level as LG’s appliances work in unison with the LG ThinQ app.
“We are delighted to collaborate with Harvey Norman to introduce Singapore’s first-ever LG shop-in-shop experience zone, a significant milestone that demonstrates our commitment to innovating shopping experiences,” said Gerald Chun, managing director at LG Singapore. “As visitors witness the debut of various LG products in Singapore, our commitment to innovation is on full display. We invite everyone to join us on our journey to shape the future of home living.”
Offering a sneak peek into the future of living, the LG Life’s Good Experience Zone invites you to witness the seamless integration of LG’s cutting-edge technologies. By exploring such harmonious synergy, visitors can discover a connected ecosystem where all products converge and are intelligently managed on the intuitive LG ThinQ app, inspiring them to envision their dream home that elevates daily convenience and quality of life.
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I purchased an IP surveillance camera and I don't know how to connect it to LG TV. I have already wasted several days looking for applications and ways to connect but in vain, only now do I realize how "poor" the application portfolio of this TV is. Pretty sad. Anyway, I'm looking for an application with which I can watch my surveillance camera live. The camera is from TP-link and supports RTSP/Onvif Protocols.
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In today’s fast-paced world, finding the time to take care of our household chores is no easy thing. Doing the laundry can be among the most time-consuming and effort-intensive of these chores, typically necessitating a lengthy, multi-step process to get everything clean and dry. To liberate us from the more inconvenient aspects of this essential task, LG is introducing the WashCombo All-in-One Washer/Dryer – the newest addition to its line of advanced laundry solutions – in the United States. This new product revolutionizes the laundry experience as a time-saving appliance that boasts high efficiency, bringing us closer to the dream of a Zero Labor Home.
The WashCombo seamlessly integrates a washer and dryer into a single, space-friendly appliance. Saving time and simplifying the entire laundry process, LG’s all-in-one runs a complete wash-and-dry cycle in under two hours, with no need to transfer clothes from one appliance to another.1 And thanks to its compact, ventless design with standard 120v plug, the innovative laundry solution offers outstanding installation flexibility and ensures the ideal use of your precious indoor space.
Featuring LG’s renowned Inverter HeatPump technology and Direct Drive Motor, the WashCombo delivers a quiet performance while maximizing efficiency, using up to 60 percent less energy than a vented model.2 Equipped with built-in sensors and AI technology, it can detect fabric texture, soil level and load size, then automatically select the best settings (washing and drying motions, temperatures and more) to provide advanced fabric care and outstanding laundry results. The WashCombo also boasts a 5.0-cubic-foot capacity, so that it can handle larger loads – even a bulky king-size comforter.3
LG’s latest washer/dryer also presents convenient control with ThinQ technology. The ThinQ app offers solutions to potential issues, preventing product misuse and enabling easy maintenance. Through AI Speaker Connectivity, the app also lets you monitor and remotely control your products by simply commanding Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant with your voice. What’s more, you can download additional cycles and access Smart Diagnosis and customer support4 through the app, enhancing the overall user experience and making life – and laundry – much easier.
With LG’s groundbreaking product, you can bid “farewell” to the hassles of laundry past and say “hello” to a brand-new era of efficient and effortless clothing care.
The new LG WashCombo All-in-One is available for purchase on
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1 Based on independent testing of Wash+Dry cycle, Dryer on Energy Saver mode, 10 lb. load (October 2023).
2 60 percent more energy efficient drying – efficiency rating as compared to the requirements for ENERGY STAR® qualification for standard electric dryers. Based on EnergyStar.gov (November 2023).
3 Based on manufacturers’ published specs of front-load washer/dryer combos with a width of 27 inches or less (September 2023).
4 Available on select LG smart appliances. Features may vary by model.
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From January 9-12, LG displayed its newest innovations at CES 2024 under the theme of ‘Reinvent your future.’ This meticulously curated booth, featuring zones across various spaces, demonstrated LG’s expansion beyond the home into new areas, such as mobility and commercial spaces, in its journey to become a ‘smart life solution company.’
Let’s take a look at some of LG’s cutting-edge products introduced at CES 2024, designed to make life better not only for customers but the earth as well.
Before entering LG’s booth, visitors were welcomed by the familiar hues of LG Active Red, a signature color for the company. The entrance featured two large displays showcasing the company’s Life’s Good brand promise incorporating new creative elements aimed at resonating with younger audiences, infusing the brand with a touch of youthful exuberance. This preview set the stage for an exploration of how LG’s advancements in technology are poised to enhance the customer experience to, ultimately, make life better.
The spotlight of the show was the
link hidden, please login to view, the world’s first 77-inch 4K wireless transparent TV – a truly spectacular innovation unlocking new possibilities. The massive media art display, comprised of fifteen 77-inch LG OLED Ts seemingly floating in the air, highlighted the TV’s ability to move freely without being constrained by wires or cords – a feat made possible by the Zero Connect Box.
In the ‘Life with OLED T’ zone, created in collaboration with premium Dutch lifestyle brand Moooi, LG presented how the LG OLED T can redefine the screen experience, liberating the space and transforming into a design object to open a realm of possibilities like never before. The TV’s Transparent Mode enables it to blend with the surroundings, transcending the traditional dominance of a television and becoming a part of interior design. When it’s time to view content, users simply have to raise the black screen to enjoy the exemplary LG OLED picture quality to the fullest.
The zone also featured other TVs, including the Posé, a lifestyle TV from the LG OLED Objet Collection, which also elevates the home as an object of décor. The LG StanbyME Go, with its portable briefcase design, adjustable 27-inch touchscreen and 3-hour battery life, prioritizes user convenience and offers ultimate flexibility for on-the-go entertainment.
The zone featured more than just TVs. Unveiled for the first time at CES, the is the newest model that takes the ultra-lightweight, compact design and powerful performance that LG gram is known for to the next level. Next to the LG gram Pro, visitors had the opportunity to try out the newly unveiled , equipped with LG’s webOS platform, providing access to OTT streaming services, home office applications and various content, all without the need for a PC connection.
LG’s smart TV platform, webOS, provided a wealth of entertainment and engaging experiences, aligning with LG’s objective to transform into a media and entertainment platform company. Inviting users to explore the world of entertainment powered by webOS, the ‘webOS Experience Zone’ comprised numerous self-lift OLED displays playing an endless stream of content from webOS content partners. Placed at the end of the tunnel, the 97-inch LG OLED M stood as LG’s first 4K 144Hz wireless TV, powered by Alpha 11, the world’s first processor dedicated to OLED. This innovative technology played a crucial role in ensuring lifelike picture quality and immersive, space-filling sound by adapting to the viewer.
Next, the ‘Smart Home’ zone highlighted CEO William Cho’s insights shared during LG World Premiere, where he introduced the concept of redefining AI as “Affectionate Intelligence.” To offer visitors an idea of the rich ecosystem created by LG products and connected through ThinQ, the zone was filled with a wide variety of LG appliances equipped with AI-supported intelligent sensors, optimized to study and analyze users’ unique life patterns to generate data that can be used to train LG’s AI.
At the zone, visitors were able to witness a demonstration of LG’s smart home AI agent, an all-around home manager and companion that showcased the company’s commitment to realizing the vision of a “Zero Labor Home.” The AI agent, featuring an advanced ‘two-legged’ wheel design, autonomously navigates through the home. Leveraging multi-modal AI technology, it possesses the capability to comprehend context and intent, enabling seamless communication with users.
After exploring LG’s TVs and home appliances, visitors moved on to see how LG is expanding into new spaces, starting with mobility. Introduced at IAA Mobility in September 2023 and showcased for the first time at CES 2024, LG Alpha-able proposed a future mobility experience where vehicles transcend mere transportation functions, evolving into spaces for efficient use of time and diverse experiences.
The zone also featured the EV Charger section, demonstrating LG’s capabilities as an integrated solution provider in the mobility space, with LG e-Centric standing as the company’s solution for the optimal operation and efficient management of EV chargers.
Transitioning to the ‘Commercial’ Zone, attention shifted to LG’s B2B products. The zone, themed around a trip to Las Vegas, showcased various products, including transparent OLED displays, biometric authentication, AI-based personalized advertising solutions and robot products such as LG CLOi, in various commercial environments. The zone also introduced digitalized and eco-conscious HVAC solutions and Building Energy Management, delivering exceptional performance to commercial buildings.
Continuing the journey, the ‘LG Labs’ zone, an area dedicated to the company’s experimental and innovative products and services, garnered significant attention. At its center, ‘Bon Voyage’ showed LG’s take on a customized living space designed to extend the living space into nature. The upgraded camping trailer version of Bon Voyage optimizes space utilization and mobility, furnished with various LG products, including a refrigerator, electric stove, water purifier, Styler and shoe care products. Additional showcased products included the 4K projector LG CineBeam Qube, LG gram Fold, LG XBOOM and LG StanbyME Go.
Last but not least, the ‘Sustainability’ zone highlighted LG’s efforts to create a Better Life for All through products incorporating recycled materials, such as LG tiiun mini. Also on display were LG’s sustainable home solutions, such as LG’s hydronic heating system and Home Energy Platform.
LG’s CES booth spotlighted the company’s latest innovations, not only enhancing the customer experience within homes but also extending into mobility and commercial spaces. Stay tuned for more updates on LG’s innovative products and solutions, ensuring customers continue to believe that Life’s Good.
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