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  # 1791130 29-May-2017 14:56
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This may help you to organise things you want to see, from an old manual:

 

 

 

Display a channel to add to Favorites.
In the case of adding an application, press the HOME button, select [Applications] → [All Applications], then the desired application.

 

Press the OPTIONS button.

 

Select [Add to Favorites] using the / buttons, then press the button.
In the case of adding an application, select [Add to Home Menu] using the / buttons, then press the button.
Depending on the model, in the case of a digital channel, select [Edit Favourites] → [Add to Favorites] using the / buttons, then press the button.

 

To access items added to Favorites

 

Press the HOME button, select [TV]/[Applications], then the desired item.

 

To remove an item from Favorites

 

Display the item to delete, press the OPTIONS button, then select [Remove from Favorites].

 

In the case of removing an application, press the HOME button, select [Applications], then the desired application. Press the OPTIONS button, then select [Remove from Applications].

 

Depending on the model, in the case of a digital channel, display the item to delete, then press the OPTIONS button. Select [Edit Favourites] → [Remove from Favorites].

 

To sort the list of applications

 

Press the HOME button, select [Applications] using the / buttons.

 

Select the desired item, press the OPTIONS button, then select [Move Application]. The selected applications move to the desired portions by using / buttons at the sorting applications screen.





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  # 1791157 29-May-2017 15:13
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Thanks for the useful information, especially the last item. That is very helpful and it is the kind of thing I was hoping for. Unfortunately, I have pretty much come to the conclusion that others here are right and these Sony smart functions are pretty useless and probably cannot be made to do anything I would want. I will go through your info and take another look, though, and then I will probably turn it off once and for all. 

 

 





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  # 1791161 29-May-2017 15:20
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Rikkitic:

 

Thanks for the useful information, especially the last item. That is very helpful and it is the kind of thing I was hoping for. Unfortunately, I have pretty much come to the conclusion that others here are right and these Sony smart functions are pretty useless and probably cannot be made to do anything I would want. I will go through your info and take another look, though, and then I will probably turn it off once and for all. 

 

 

 

 

I have an old Sony (pre android) and I used to use the Netflix and Hulu apps.  The apps are region specific so I had to change that to get the Hulu app.  I don't remember how exactly but it wasn't too hard.

 

I have since changed to using an Apple TV for simplicity.





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