How to Turn On and Connect LG TV to WiFi Network [Guide]

If you have just purchased a new LG Smart TV or performed a factory reset and wanted to connect to a WiFi network, you have come to the right place.

Today, in this article, you will learn how you can turn on and connect an LG TV to a WiFi network.

There are several ways by which you can connect your TV to the WiFi, including the one that does not require a remote control. Read on to check out all the methods to turn on WiFi on your LG smart TV.

How to Turn On WiFi on LG Smart TV

You can easily turn on WiFi on the LG smart TV if you have the remote control. Follow the below steps to do so:

Step 1: Make sure your LG TV is turned on.

Step 2: On the remote control, press the Smart or Home button.

How to Turn On WiFi on LG Smart TV

Step 3: Navigate to Settings > Connection or Network Settings.

How to Turn On WiFi on LG Smart TV

Step 4: Select Wi-Fi Connection and turn on the toggle for Wi-Fi, then select a connection from the list.

How to Turn On WiFi on LG Smart TV

Step 5: Enter the Wi-Fi password if there is any.

How to Turn On WiFi on LG Smart TV

Step 6: Wait for a few moments, and your TV will be connected to the Wi-Fi network automatically.

How to Turn On WiFi on LG Smart TV

How to Turn On WiFi on LG Smart TV through PBC

Another way by which you can turn on WiFi on an LG Smart TV is through PBC (Push Button Configuration). Here’s how you can do it:

How to Turn On WiFi on LG Smart TV

Step 1: On the Wi-Fi connection page of the TV’s settings, choose the Connect via WPS PBC option.

Step 2: Tap the Start button.

Step 3: If your device supports the WPS function, press the WPS key on your router or access point.

Once you do, your LG TV should be connected to the access point or router at which you pressed the WPS button.

How to Connect LG TV to WiFi with WPS PIN

Connecting to WiFi with a PIN is similar to the PBC method. Here are the steps to do so:

Step 1: Select Connect via WPS PIN on the Wi-Fi connection page of TV settings.

Step 2: Next, tap on Start, and the TV will display a PIN on the screen.

Step 3: Enter the same PIN in the WPS PIN setting of your Wi-Fi. 

Once you do, you should be able to connect your TV to the WiFi where you have entered the PIN.

How to Connect LG TV to a Hidden Network

You can also connect your LG TV to a hidden wireless network by following these simple steps:

Step 1: Select the Hidden wireless network menu on the Wi-Fi connection page of TV settings.

Step 2: Enter the correct network name (router name) and password to connect to the hidden Wi-Fi.

How to Connect LG Smart TV to WiFi without Remote

In case you lost your LG TV’s remote control, you can still connect your TV to WiFi connect. However, the steps are not as simple as other methods. Check out the steps.

How to Turn On WiFi on LG Smart TV

Step 1: You need wired USB mice, connect the mice to your TV, plug in the USB to the backport of the TV.

Step 2: When the mice cursor appears on the TV’s display, select the Live TV or Channels option.

Step 3: The app will now try to open. Since the TV is not connected to the WiFi network, it will ask you to choose Recommended options. Select it.

Step 4: You will see a network message alert, once gone. You will see the network settings page, where you can connect your TV to a WiFi network.

Step 5: Enter the Credentials to connect to the WiFi network.

Step 6: Once connected, you can download and install the LG ThinQ app on your Android or iPhone smartphone, which helps you control the TV from your phone.

Step 7: Make sure that your phone and TV are connected to the same network.

Step 8: Once done, you can easily control your LG TV from your phone.

Troubleshooting LG TV Not Connecting to WiFi

Sometimes, your TV might have a few hiccups that might cause it to not connect to the WiFi network that is saved to the TV. In this case, do the following

1. Restart your LG Smart TV

The good old switch-off switch-on method works the majority of times. In this case, restarting the LG Smart TV should do the trick.

2. Disable or Turn Off Quickstart Feature

  • You can disable this by pressing the Settings button on the remote and navigating to all settings.
  • Now, scroll over to General. Followed by Quickstart.
  • You can select the Off option to turn Quickstart feature off.

Ensure that your router has not reached the maximum amount of devices that it can allow to connect to it. Make sure that you haven’t changed the network password. If you have done so, then it might be time to forget the current network on the TV and connect it back again with the new password.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Why does my LG TV say WiFi is turned off?

If the LG smart TV says WiFi is turned off, then ensure that the Wi-Fi router is functioning correctly and your TV is within the router’s range. If it does not help you resolve the issue, you can try restarting your TV, or Wi-Fi router, or entering the Google DNS Server address as “” in LG TV’s IP setting. If none of them fixes the issue, contact LG customer support.

Q. How can I turn on LG TV WiFi?

You can easily turn on your LG TV’s Wi-Fi by navigating to Settings > Network or Connection Settings > Wi-Fi Connection and then turning on the toggle for Wi-Fi Connection.

So, this is all about how you can connect your LG TV to a WiFi network. I hope the article helped you turn on the WiFi on your LG smart TV. Furthermore, we have also added some troubleshooting methods for WiFi connection issues.

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