Your LG OLED TV comes equipped with the Magic Remote Control, which operates like a high-level computer mouse by pairing with your TV. Just point, click, scroll, and control. With simple movements, you can drag, flick, and select your preferences without the hassle of using multiple buttons and arrow keys.
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FIND YOUR ANSWERS BELOW
GET TO KNOW YOUR REMOTE
●Smart Home: Press to access the LG Smart Home dashboard. Or, hold it down to access your most recently used apps, as well as any notifications.
●Back button: Takes you to the previous screen.
●Wheel/OK: Scroll or press to select any item.
●Navigation Arrows: Fast-track through menus and options.
●Exit to Live: Switches amongst Antenna and other inputs
●Voice Search: Press to activate Voice Search.*
●1/2/3/Input Menu: Displays Screen Remote. Accesses the Universal Control. Accesses the Quick Menu.
●3D Button: Activates 2D-to-3D conversion mode and other 3D options.
*Voice Search is only available on LG TVs with Dual Processors. For all other TVs, you will perform searches manually with your remote.
CONTROL OTHER DEVICES WITH YOUR MAGIC REMOTE
For extra convenience, you can also use your Magic Remote to control your compatible set-top box, home theater, sound bar, and Blu-ray player. Watch the videos below for more details about Universal Control, the on-screen remote app, and more.
To learn about more advanced features, click here.
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SEE HOW TO CONTROL YOUR SET-TOP BOX WITH YOUR MAGIC REMOTE
GET A SMARTPHONE REMOTE APP
Your iPhone or Android phone can control your LG OLED 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.