I have two LG SmartTVs within hearing distance of me - I just want to disable one from Alexa commands so they both don't turn on each time I shout out a command. I've tried going through the app to Device Settings - but I don't have an option to disable or delete the Kitchen SmartTV. I have already removed the actual fire stick - its actually the smartTV built in version of FireTV.
Thanks Lonnie -Not that I have found - but I'll keep looking - heck, I didn't even know my LG had a microphone.
Update - You are the Man - I just had to dig deeper into the legal speak to find the microphone:
Shut It Off on LG TVs
Almost all LG smart TVs now use the company’s webOS platform. To get started, go to the main menu and click on the Settings icon at the upper right side of the screen. (There may also be a Settings icon on the remote control.)
Next, go to All Settings, which you’ll find at the very bottom of the right side of the screen, and scroll down until you see General.
Click that and scroll down until you see a feature called LivePlus. This is LG's ACR technology.
You can toggle this feature off if you want to limit the amount of information being collected and shared about your viewing habits.
Note, however, that you may not find a Live Plus option on some 2018 LG models right now. "The Live Plus menu option will be available once ACR is rolled out to all 2018 TVs," an LG spokesperson tells us. In fact, LivePlus became available as part of a firmware update on one of LG sets in the middle of our testing.
You can make some additional data-collection changes by scrolling down further in the General settings menu.
(On older sets, User Agreements is a submenu within About This TV. And the options you'll see are Viewing Information, Personalized Advertising, and Voice Information.)
You can choose to opt out of each of these features individually, by unchecking their respective boxes, and clicking Agree at the bottom.
Viewing Information, though, is the most important.
That's because LivePlus—and another feature, called ChannelPlus, that provides some free streaming content from a service called Xumo—requires Viewing Information to be enabled. If you disable Viewing Information, Live Plus/ChannelPlus will be toggled off. If you then try to turn on LivePlus or ChannelPlus, a pop-up screen will ask you to consent to Viewing Information.
If you're not using LivePlus or ChannelPlus, it makes sense to turn off Viewing Information to limit the data available to LG and its partners.