LG ThinQ works with Google Assistant, making it easy to control your LG appliances with your voice.
It's always on - just ask for Home Monitoring, Remote Control and more.
(Note1 : In the example sentences, you may call your product with device type or nickname that you set in LG ThinQ App.)
To set up your LG TV for 'LG ThinQ' action,
1. For webOS 4.0, launch the "Set Up TV for Google Assistant" app from the Home screen on your LG TV.
2. For webOS 4.5, launch the "Link to Devices for Voice Control" menu from Settings > Connection on your LG TV.
3. For webOS 5.0, launch the "Home Dashboard" from the Home screen and go to Settings > Link to Smart Speaker on your LG TV. Or if you have the LG ThinQ mobile app, you can search your webOS 5.0 TV through the app.
(AI speaker share through LG ThinQ app is supported from webOS 5.0 TV. To check operating system version, go to Settings > General > Devices > TV > TV Information)
[Examples of Voice Commands]
For example, try the following:
"Ok, Google. Turn on/off ice plus(Express Freeze)."
"Ok, Google. What is washer doing?"
"Ok, Google. Start/Stop the washer."
Air Conditioner :
"Ok, Google. What temperature of air conditioner?"
"Ok, Google. Turn on/off air conditioner."
"Ok, Google. Set air conditioner temperature to 18 degrees."
"Ok, Google. Set air conditioner to cool."
"Ok, Google. Set air conditioner to high fan speed."
"Ok, Google. Turn on/off TV"
"Ok, Google. Volume up/down on TV"
"Ok, Google. Set volume to 30 on TV"
"Ok, Google. Mute/Unmute on TV"
"Ok, Google. Channel up/down on TV"
"Ok Google. Set channel to 1 on TV"
"Ok Google. Launch Youtube app on TV"
(Note2 : If the oven is a dual type, you can use voice commands only for the lower part of oven.)
For more information about the LG ThinQ action, please visit https://www.lg.com/us/support/smart-thinq-google-assistant-voice-control
If you have any questions about LG Appliances, please contact LG Support: https://www.lg.com/us/support/email-appointment