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Topic # 240867 30-Sep-2018 17:26
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Through the Freeview application I use to be able to load TVNZ on demand, LG smart TV.

Now when I go to load TVNZ on demand it comes up “oops something went wrong, try again later”

This is a problem because I can’t find favourites on the main Freeview one, and also if search agents of shield it does not come up, where it is on the TVNZ on demand one.

TV3 application still loads through the Freeview application.

I like that they’re trying to put all programs in one place, but the Freeview application feels like a downgrade from the TVNZ one.

I have two LG TV’s and on the C8 It’s not even possible to put in login info for TVNZ, as when try to enter first letter a keyboard comes up at bottom of screen, and I’m unable to enter anything as left, right does nothing and waving remote brings up no pointer.

I have deleted, and reinstalled Freeview application, and also switched TV to live TV which made no difference.

TVNZ is working fine on iPad, and iPhone, and AppleTV (which is my current work around)
Looks like people without a different device to a smart TV are getting short ended.

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  Reply # 2099541 1-Oct-2018 17:11
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Looks like you're not alone:

 

https://www.facebook.com/TVNZOnDemand/posts_to_page/




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  Reply # 2099708 2-Oct-2018 01:41
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I just watched latest Agent of Shield on it, so working tonight.

 

Someone must've turned the switch back on.

 

 


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