To connect a Bluetooth device to an LG Smart TV, first attach a Bluetooth USB dongle to the TV's USB port if it lacks a built-in Bluetooth adapter. Turn on Bluetooth from the TV's SmartShare app in the menu, ensuring it's discoverable, and then pair the two devices.
The procedure of connecting a Bluetooth device to an LG Smart TV may differ, depending on its model. For instance, instead of requiring you to go through the pairing process, some models may immediately recognize the Bluetooth connection and direct you to connect to the other device.
To connect your Smart TV to a Bluetooth-enabled computer running Windows, first ensure the computer's Bluetooth is on. Also, ensure the TV's Bluetooth is turned on and in discoverable mode. Next, go to the Start menu, and click on Control Panel. On the Control Panel window that appears, go to the Hardware and Sound category, click on Add a Device, then wait for a few seconds as Windows scans for new devices that are in range. The name of your LG Smart TV appears in your computer's Add a Device list.
On the list, locate your Smart TV, select it, and then click on Next to establish the connection between the two devices.