While we have not tested the service on the LG Smart TV ourselves, we know the service works based on feedbacks from customers who had tried it on their TV.
If you would like to give this a try on your TV, kindly refer to the step by step here.
Note, while the LG Smart TV has an inbuilt web browser, we recommend that you use a computer to register your IP on our network.
Please ensure that you have completed this and you are able to connect to the Internet from the TV before trying the steps below.
Login to our website, www.simpletelly.com from a computer on the same network as your LG Smart TV.
Take note of the fastest DNS server address that appears on screen.
Now, click on Check My Setup.
If this is the first device you have setup from this location, you will probably need to register your current IP address. Click on Register your new IP address.
If the registration is done from a computer browser rather than using the device's browser, you will get this error on screen. You can disregard this as the DNS is set up on the device and you just need to ensure that the Registered IP address is the same as your Public IP address.
Press the settings button on the remote to access the All Settings page.
Click on Network.
Select Wifi Connections if you are using Wi-Fi to connect or Wired Connection (Ethernet) if you are using cable.
On Wi-Fi, select Advanced Wi-Fi Settings or Advanced Wired Settings if you are on cable.
Uncheck Set Automatically.
Select the DNS Server field.
Type in one of the MyDNS address that you got from our site earlier.
Click Connect to confirm the entry.
If you are on an older version of LG Smart TV and the above steps doesn’t apply to you, head to Step #4:
1) Press the Settings button on the remote.
2) Navigate to Network and select Network Connection.
3) Go to Network Settings.
4) Press Start Connection.
5) Select your wireless network, if you're using Wifi, and select "Other Network List".
6) Scroll down and select the "Set Expert" button.
7) Scroll down to the DNS Mode box.
8) Select the Manual Tab
9) Type in the DNS numbers that you got from our site earlier.
10) Confirm the entry.
11) Your TV will now test the connection.
12) Press Complete to complete the setup.
Return to your TV home menu and if your IP is already registered and the DNS is set up correctly, you should be able to access the relevant Media Apps and stream it like you mean it!.
For the full list of supported channels, please refer to our Supported Services page.
Unfortunately it doesn't always go to plan!
If you are having problems please email us at email@example.com and we will do our best to assist you.