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LG OLED65C1PUB - Can it record live tv to USB drive?


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I recently purchased an LG OLED65C1PUB and I have connected a 128GB USB flash drive to one its USB ports.   But I can't figure out a way to make it record live over-the-air tv programs to the USB drive.  Does this model have the capability to do this?

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This is what I do to record from the internal dvb I don't know if it can work.

- Using the magic remote ->

press the red button (from the colored multifunction buttons at the bottom) then follow the instructions on the screen to prepare the USB flash for the first time then press record for instant record.

 

- For scheduled records ->

 
"1
Go to 'TV Guide' and select the show you wish to record.
 
2
Select the icon with 3 horizontal lines next to the show title using the 'OK' button on the remote control.
 
3
Simply select the 'Record' button and the program will be recorded to your Hard Disc Drive that you connected."
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