Your Laser TV actually comes with two LG remotes—a gesture-controlled Magic Remote and a Standard remote. Get to know some of the things each one can do and see which one you prefer to use.
The Magic Remote Control operates like a computer mouse. Just point, click, scroll, and control. With simple movements and gestures, you can drag, flick, and select your preferences without the hassle of using multiple buttons and arrow keys.
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Roll over the highlighted buttons on the remote to get familiar with each function.
●Home: Press to access the LG Home dashboard. Or, hold it down to access your most recently used apps, as well as any notifications.
●Wheel/OK: Scroll or press to select any item. To display the pointer on the screen, shake the Magic remote control to the left/right.
●Navigation Arrows: Fast-track through menus and options.
●Back: Press this button during menu selection to return to the previous step.
●Question Mark Button: Opens the self-diagnosis window.
You must pair your Magic Remote with your Laser TV for it to work. Follow these instructions.
Your iPhone or Android phone can control your Laser TV with the LG AV Remote app. This application is a universal Wi-Fi remote control launcher that allows you to control network-connectable devices released since 2012. If both a smartphone and an LG device are connected to the same router, you can use your phone as a traditional remote control after a simple connection process.
This application automatically searches all connectable devices in your home and self-selects functions when paired with the device.
To get more detailed information and the app itself, visit "Apple iTunes" or "Google Android Market (Google Play Store)."
Wireless Internet connection & certain subscriptions required and sold separately. The Magic Motion Remote does not come equipped with all LG Smart TV enabled TVs and a separate purchase may be required. Content and services vary by product and are subject to change without notice.