How to Turn Off Store Mode on LG TV

Is your LG TV regularly displaying ads or content that has some amazing visuals? If so, there is a high chance that it’s set to Demo or Store Mode. When you have bought a new TV or mistakenly enabled the feature, you will see the demo content on the TV. Today, you will learn the steps to turn off store mode on LG TV.

Store Mode, also known as Demo Mode, is a feature on most TVs that allows retailers to showcase the TV’s features and picture quality. However, when you purchase a TV from the store, they will send you the TV after disabling the feature.

But if for some reason, you are seeing the same content, you may want to disable Store Mode to enjoy a more personalized viewing experience. Read on to check out the steps to achieve this.

How to Turn Off Store Mode on LG TV

Demo Mode, Store Mode, Store Demo, or Demonstration Modes are designed to display all of the functions and features of the device. It is designed for retailers and is used in showrooms and retail rooms.

If the feature is enabled, you can turn it off easily by putting the TV in other pre-sets like Standard Mode or Home Mode depending on the TV model.

Disable Store Mode on LG TV [webOS 6.0 or later]

If you have an LG smart TV that runs on the webOS 6.0 or later operating system, the steps to disable the demo mode are very simple. Here’s how you can do it:

Step 1: Press the gear button on the remote.

Step 2: Under Settings, choose All Settings.

Disable Store Mode on LG TV with webOS 6.0 or later

Step 3: Navigate to General > Devices.

Disable Store Mode on LG TV with webOS 6.0 or later

Step 4: Choose TV Management under Devices section.

Disable Store Mode on LG TV with webOS 6.0 or later

Step 5: Tap on Home/Store Mode.

Disable Store Mode on LG TV with webOS 6.0 or later

Step 6: Finally, select Home Mode.

Disable Store Mode on LG TV with webOS 6.0 or later

Disable Store Mode on LG TV [webOS 5.0 or earlier]

If you are looking to disable store mode on LG TV that runs on webOS 5.0 or earlier operating system, follow the below mentioned steps:

Step 1: On the remote control, press the gear button.

Step 2: Choose All Settings from the menu options.

Disable Store Mode on LG TV with webOS 5.0 or earlier

Step 3: Select General then choose Additional Settings.

Disable Store Mode on LG TV with webOS 5.0 or earlier

Step 4: Under Home/Store Mode, choose Home Mode.

Disable Store Mode on LG TV with webOS 5.0 or earlier

Disable Store Mode on LG TV [NetCast OS]

NetCast is a proprietary firmware by LG Electronics that comes preinstalled on their smart TVs between 2007 and 2014. If you have an LG TV with NetCast and want to disable Demo Mode, follow the below steps:

Step 1: Press the Home or Menu button on the remote and select settings.

How to Turn Off Store Mode on LG TV

Step 2: Navigate to General > Preferences. For some models, you need to choose Options > Mode Setting.

Step 3: Finally, select Home Mode to disable the store mode.

As soon as you select it, you will not see the store mode content on your TV.

Factor Reset to Disable Store Mode

In addition to the above steps, you can also disable the Demo Mode by resetting the TV to its default settings. This will also fix the problem where the TV gets stuck in the store mode. To factory reset your LG TV, check out our dedicated guide.

Wrapping Up

So, these are the steps through which you can turn off store mode on LG TV whether it’s running on the NetCast operating system or any webOS version. I hope the article helped you disable the store mode on the LG TV.

If you have any queries or questions related to the article, let us know in the comments below.

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