LG Smart TV delivers streaming entertainment, custom apps, games, and web browsing, direct from your Internet connection to your TV. Experience premium movies and shows from Netflix® and Hulu Plus, videos from YouTube, live sports from MLB.tv, as well as custom versions of your favorite apps designed for LG Smart TV. It's the easiest way to access a world of limitless entertainment.
Using Setup Wizard
Connecting the IR Blaster
Audio Amplifier Control Setup
Additional Assistance with LG Smart TV
Setup Wizard gets you up and running with easy step-by-step instructions right on your screen. All you need is a few minutes and your Magic Remote to get started.
You can use the guide below, consult your manual or follow along with this instructional video to help you get set up properly.
Ready? Simply press OK on the wheel of the remote to initiate Setup Wizard, and follow these easy steps.
Click on the pointer wake-up button on the remote to pair your Magic Remote with your TV. You’ll see ‘Registering new Magic Remote’ and then ‘Magic Remote has been registered’ when the remote has been successfully paired. Registering your remote.
Now, we’re ready to set up your TV service. To start, indicate the appropriate service category…for the majority of owners, it’s Option A…having cable, satellite or other TV service with a set-top box. Click next and choose your video input, and then your Line Up Provider based on your ZIP code. Finally, select the manufacturer of you set-top device, and you’re done!
Next, you’ll set up the infrared blaster blaster, a cable with sensors that’s included with your TV. In case you’re not familiar with the role of an IR Blaster, it lets you control channels and audio options with just your Magic Remote.
This step allows your Magic Remote to control a full array of audio devices, such as a home theater system and soundbar.
Although the minimum required bandwidth to use LG Smart TV is 1.5Mbps, it is recommended that at least 3.0Mbps be available (and 5.0 for HD content). Not sure how much bandwidth you have? Your best bet is to check with your Internet Service Provider (ISP) and request more if you need to increase it.
Still have some questions about Smart TV in general or DLNA setup? The links below should help. Also, please don't hesitate to contact us if something isn't clear or you are experiencing any issues.