LG TV SmartShare-webOS

LG TV SmartShare-webOS


[Overview]
※ “LG TV SmartShare-webOS” offers different service than "SmartShare" that comes pre-iinstalled on your LG Electronics smartphone. In other words, SmartShare has been upgraded to integrate pre-installed Gallery, Music, Video players, all with the same functions.

[Service overview]
LG TV SmartShare-webOS lets you to enjoy video, music or photo on your smartphone from your LG Smart+ TV(webOS).
※ The service is available regardless of whether you have the Tag On sticker (The sticker may not be on some models depending on the release date per country).

[How to use]
1. Connect your smartphone on the same Wi-Fi network as the TV.
2. Select and play the file from the LG TV SmartShare-webOS application.
3. Tab "Share" icon on the top right of image viewer or media player, then select the TV to view the file on to play it on the TV of your choice.

[Caution]
- Both the smartphone and TV must be on the same wireless network.
- Miracast is supported by the smartphone models from LG Electronics only and is available from the LG Smart TV(webOS) application.
- Supported media formats are as following:
■ Image : JPEG, PNG, BMP
■ Music : MP3
■ Video clip
- Video codec : DivX6, XViD(except 3 warp-point GMC), MPEG-4
- Audio codec : MPEG-1 Layer II, MPEG-1 Layer III (MP3), AAC
■ Subtitle : SMI

[Supported device]
- TV : LG webOS models released in 2014
- Smartphone : LG models higher than G2, or Samsung models higher than Galaxy S4

[Contact us]
LG Twin Towers, 20 Yeouido-dong, Youngdeungpo-gu, Seoul, Korea
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About LG TV SmartShare-webOS
[Overview]
※ “LG TV SmartShare-webOS” offers different service than "SmartShare" that comes pre-iinstalled on your LG Electronics smartphone. In other words, SmartShare has been upgraded to integrate pre-installed Gallery, Music, Video players, all with the same functions.

[Service overview]
LG TV SmartShare-webOS lets you to enjoy video, music or photo on your smartphone from your LG Smart+ TV(webOS).
※ The service is available regardless of whether you have the Tag On sticker (The sticker may not be on some models depending on the release date per country).

[How to use]
1. Connect your smartphone on the same Wi-Fi network as the TV.
2. Select and play the file from the LG TV SmartShare-webOS application.
3. Tab "Share" icon on the top right of image viewer or media player, then select the TV to view the file on to play it on the TV of your choice.

[Caution]
- Both the smartphone and TV must be on the same wireless network.
- Miracast is supported by the smartphone models from LG Electronics only and is available from the LG Smart TV(webOS) application.
- Supported media formats are as following:
■ Image : JPEG, PNG, BMP
■ Music : MP3
■ Video clip
- Video codec : DivX6, XViD(except 3 warp-point GMC), MPEG-4
- Audio codec : MPEG-1 Layer II, MPEG-1 Layer III (MP3), AAC
■ Subtitle : SMI

[Supported device]
- TV : LG webOS models released in 2014
- Smartphone : LG models higher than G2, or Samsung models higher than Galaxy S4

[Contact us]
LG Twin Towers, 20 Yeouido-dong, Youngdeungpo-gu, Seoul, Korea

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Feb 22, 2015
Waste of App Unrecognized file on TV. With all the android devices in my home, everytime u play one in my LG webOS tv, it opens the smartshare app and says Unrecognized file. And with apps like iMediashare they work wel
A Google User
Feb 20, 2015
Browse files by folder The app works perfectly fine with my Sony Z3, i love the seamless integration, its just too smooth. It would be nice, if we were to be able to browse files on our mobile phones by folder with the app.
A Google User
Feb 20, 2015
Kya baa banai so Mast hai na g
A Google User
Feb 19, 2015
hmm Needs a well planned fix
A Google User
Feb 18, 2015
Never worked well. Now it doesn't work at all. To be fair the app itself seems like it might do a workable job. The major problem is how bad LG's support of their own apps is on their Smart TVs.