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Standby Mode for Wi-Fi command?


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I've got my ThinQ and Google Home apps and Google Home speakers set up to turn off my LG C1.  But they won't turn it on, I guess because the TV isn't listening for commands when off.
 
I expected that enabling these
Settings|General|Devices|TV Management|Quick Start+
Settings|General|Devices|External Devices|TV On With Mobile|Turn on via Wi-Fi

would do it, but it did not.

OMG I just discovered that Alexa turns on the TV...and I never even had to open let alone set it up in the Alexa app!

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