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Topic # 110635 12-Oct-2012 19:40 Send private message

hey could do with some help here on setting up a wifi connection between my smartphone and LG TV(LM6200) that automatically connects when i turn the hotspot on my ph,(just like my tivo and laptop do)as at the moment i have to manually type the settings and password in every time i turn the tv on or switch the ph off,so how do i do this configuration (i.e. establishing the connection automatically to the wireless dongle plugged into the tv and the hotspot on my phone)

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  Reply # 700393 12-Oct-2012 19:46 Send private message

Might sound like a stupid answer but have you read the manual?




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  Reply # 700399 12-Oct-2012 20:11 Send private message

yep have done,its built into the tv,but as i say im not having a problem connecting to the smart features,its just having to retype every time i want to connect to the internet after turning the tv off(i dont have this problem with tivo or my laptop)i just turn on my phones hotsopt and they connect automatically,so cant seem to work out why its just this new SMART tv!

 

 



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  Reply # 700447 12-Oct-2012 21:43 Send private message

So your TV does not save the password?

Does the TV forget the password when your tv goes to standby? or only when the TV is turned off?

What is the brand of dongle that you have?



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  Reply # 700495 13-Oct-2012 07:17 Send private message

Yes thats right, the tv doesn't save my password whenever it gos on standby,I have the lg an-wf100 dongle.

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