I have an LG 42LB6500-TH running webOS 05.05.90. I have recently had hearing issues, and partner complains of TV volume being too loud. I'm thinking of connecting a TOSlink/bluetooth adapter specific to my hearing aids, but find I can't enable multiple audio output types together (at the same time). For instance, I'd like to enable Internal Speakers, and TOSlink optical at the same time.
I've searched previous topics on this forum, and any suggestions recommended don't seem to be applicable to my LG TV. I guess I could just use optical output, split the optical into a bluetooth adapter, and also a sound bar, but that solution is getting quite expensive.
Have LG brought out a patch to allow multiple audio outputs to be selected at the same time?
By Vincent Valot
We are a company developing streaming apps for our customers. As-to enhance developer / tester / any other teams experience into LG universe, and be able to quickly test any environments we have (dev / staging / production), we'd like to be able to install apps that aren't removed after Developer Mode expires, or aren't visible/listed to the public store.
We looked upon the idea to extend Developer Mode session with a Crontab with specific accounts for each TV, but some TVs are stopping the Developer Mode when being powered down, so it doesn't seem the most industrialised idea.
Let me know what we can do to answer that issue !
By andrew scott
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Given that other channel apps work reasonably well, i.e. HBOMax, Disney+, AppleTV+, Hulu, etc. Is it too much to ask to get a working Paramount+ app?
We have to resort to using a roku stick to get to our Paramount+ subscription on our 55Nano WebOS LG tv.
We have the latest version of WebOS installed as well as the latest version of the Paramount+ app. It still doesn't work correctly. More often than not, program content does not load. It displays a vague error message.
I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling the app to no avail.
To be fair, the roku app has its own hiccups but it works more often than it fails.
By David Daul
My magic remote and my Roku remote stopped working for turning off power so I performed a factory reset after troubleshooting to get the remote working. I am now stuck at the 1st screen of the Factory Reset which says "Press the OK Button(wheel) on your remote." Well... this really stinks because the remote doesn't work!!! I have tried a USB mouse, a new magic remote, other LG Remotes with no luck. I have also tried using the button on the bottom of the tv. And, I contacted support which was just an exercise in redoing everything I had already tried... No Luck!!
This is a Nano Cell 55NANO81ANA which is basically just a big brick now since I cannot even use any of the inputs. Does anyone have a trick for getting past this initial screen???
Thanks for the help.