How To Turn On WiFi On LG TV

Because of their OLED display, LG TVs are known to be among the best smart TVs in terms of picture quality.

It is compatible with a wide range of streaming devices and video streaming services. To access online channels, you must be connected to a stable WiFi network.

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About LG TV

The LG SL9000 was one of several new Borderless HDTVs announced for release at the 2009 IFA Berlin.

In the year 2014, LG Electronics stormed with its all impressive OLED TV, and this was followed by 65-inch and 77-inch models in 2014.

The first internet TV by LG Electronics was released in 2007, and it was dubbed NetCast Entertainment Access devices.

When more interactive television features were added, allowing the audience to receive information from the Internet while watching traditional TV programming, they renamed the 2011 Internet televisions to LG Smart TVs.

LG produces remote control models that incorporate Hillcrest Labs’ Freespace technology for gesture-based channel switching and Dragon NaturallySpeaking technology for voice recognition.

LG uses webOS with a ribbon interface on some of its smart TVs as of 2014. LG reported that it sold over 5 million webOS TVs in the first eight months after its release.

How To Turn On WiFi On LG TV

Turning on WiFi on LG TV is not a difficult thing to do and it can be accomplished in a few seconds. To turn on the WiFi on LG TV, kindly do the following;

  • Using the remote controller, navigate to the LG Smart TV’s “Quick Setting Menu”
  • Navigate to the “Network” settings menu
  • Select Wi-Fi Connection and toggle to ON with the remote
  • Activate the Wi-Fi connection (available network connections are visible)
  • To connect, click on the desired network name (If your wireless connection is password protected, enter it here)
  • Wait a few seconds for the TV to connect to the chosen network connection

Aside from connecting your LG TV using a WiFi connection, you can also connect your LG TV using a wired connection. You can do so by following the steps below;

  • You are required to connect one end of an Ethernet cable to your LG smart TV’s LAN port and the other to an available LAN port on your WiFi network router.
  • To access the Home menu, press the SMART button on your LG remote and scroll.
  • Click the Settings button, then click OK.
  • Choose Network, and after this step choose ‘Network Connection’
  • Choose ‘Start Connection’
  • Your LG Smart TV will connect to your wired network automatically.

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