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I have 3 LG TV's in the house. Would be nice to have apps, channel list, etc. sync between the TV's such that it's a seamless operation between them.
When I switch from cable to xbox or another input, the sound levels aren't equal. So I maybe have to turn the sound way up for one device and when I go to the other device, it is blasting. Shouldn't the tv recognize when I turn down (or up) one input source that I don't necessarily want to affect another one? Am I missing something? I haven't found anyplace to adjust those levels. (nothing on the tv and nothing in the cable box, for instance.
I have a LG OLED65C6P TV which is a listed as a DirecTV 4k Ready TV. It currently has SW File Version 05.30.02 and the DirecTV Ready app version 2.2.14. My home network is wired for full Gigabit and I will used a wired connection over wireless whenever possible. I have DirecTV with a Genie Gen 2 (HR44-700). The DirecTV app on the LG OLED65C6P was activated last February and everything was working without any problems until recently. Everything is hooked up using DirecTV's "official" setup for RVU client viewing using DECAs where required. About 3 weeks ago, the TV started displaying the message "This location is not authorized" after attempting to connect to the Genie receiver. The only thing that changed is that DirecTV updated my Genie with Software 0x80d. It seems that I am not the only person experiencing this problem. I was hoping that someone over here at LG's support community may be able provide some help. There are posts by people on the AT&T Community Forums on this issue. Here is a link to that thread...
https://forums.att.com/t5/Watching-DIRECTV/quot-Location-not-Authorized-quot-error-message-on-LG-OLED-with/td-p/5248047 There are some posts by people on the DBSTalk Forums on this issue as well. Here is a link to that thread...
https://www.dbstalk.com/community/index.php?threads/0x80d-rvu-issues.225230/ Does LG need to update the DirecTV (RVU) app on my TV? Do they need to update the LG webOS software or does the TV Firmware need an update? If so, how long will this take? How do I get LG to do this?
Why do I constantly keep getting a box appearing on the screen warning that HDMI port one is disconnected, I have a HUMAX HDR‑1100S connected to this port which when turned off keeps displaying this message box, tv is LG OLED55E7N WEBOS 3.5
Hi, I just got a Synology 918+ NAS. I'm trying various options to show all my movies on TV shows on it. Basically, I'd like to have the old-style Windows Media Server interface, e.g.. I have all my films sorted carefully in different folders and would like to navigate using these folders. Simp0lified example:
Folder.jpg (indicating movies)
Folder.jpg (indicating Comedy)
Comedy Movie 1.avi
Comedy Movie 1.jpg
Comedy Movie 2.avi
Comedy Movie 2.jpg Action folder
Folder.jpg (indicating action)
Action Movie 1.avi
Action Movie 1.jpg
Action Movie 2.avi
Action Movie 2.jpg I have the latest WebOS installed. When I try to use the built-in video-photos DLNA player it doesn't show the folder.jpg for each folder, the folders just have a generic icon. Then the film icons (e.g. "action movie 1.jpg") are truncated at the top & bottom,with pretty poor quality. But at least I can navigate by folder. My next try was to use Plex. It shows each films icon beautifully and some info from the internet (nice to have, but I don't really need). But it doesn't show the folder icons, in fact it doesn't show folders at all, everything seems to be lumped into one big pile. I tried various profiles in the Synology DSM Media Server for the TVs. Can anyone recommend some media server that behaves like to old Windows Media Server? Seems Kodi isn't running on WebOS.