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Is there WebOs based Virgin TV360 application?

Is there WebOS based Virgin TV360 application?

I have a LG SmartTV with WebOS. Is there WebOs based Virgin TV360 application?

My LG smartTV and Virgin TV3260 with hub are in different room. 

Is there any solution to let LG TV connect with Virgin TV360?

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Re: Is there WebOs based Virgin TV360 application?

Hello

I am afraid that the answer is no there is only Android / iOS applications.

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Re: Is there WebOs based Virgin TV360 application?

Imagine if you could get Virgin Media TV on a TV without a chargeable Virgin Media set top box and you have your answer.

You can’t get Virgin Media TV on a second TV without a second set top box.

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Re: Is there WebOs based Virgin TV360 application?

You can access the 360 service through a web browser on your local network, not sure if it works remotely as I haven't tried.

Its at https://virgintvgo.virginmedia.com/en.html

It seems like a nicely done interface, some things can be done easier than using the remote - such as deleting recorded programs. I don't know why Virgin Media aren't advertising it?

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Should be able to. It's the old vm site VM anywhere now VM go. I never needed to or thought if a smart TVs web browser could be used as always did it on laptop.

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Re: Is there WebOs based Virgin TV360 application?

I got it. But in fact I have one. Because of the limit coax cable, Virgin TV360 have to be installed in another room with wall socket and broadband hub

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Hello

Virginmedia can install more coaxial cable and another socket in the room you need the TV, but will be charged as a non fault callout of £99.

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Re: Is there WebOs based Virgin TV360 application?

Shouldnt the extra coax be part of the engineer install for new equipment. This is my argument on the other thread, mini boxes are not flexible if tied to co ax. Skys are fully wireless, not 4k I know but flexible as in "stream anywhere". I think I heard that saying somewhere recently , perhaps in regard the VM description of tv360?.. obviously not quite anywhere it seems!

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