Gallery Mode is a wonderful feature on LG Smart TVs (2018 and above) that can transform the television screen into a modern piece of art. To use this feature, go to the Art Gallery app on LG TV and explore a wide collection of themes on abstract, art, nature, etc. Gallery Mode will optimize the picture to make it look better by adjusting the brightness on LG TV based on the surroundings.
How Does Gallery Mode Work on LG TV
Once you activate the Gallery Mode, it will start to display sceneries, stock photos, and abstract images when the TV turns idle. Thus preventing image retention or burn-in issues.
Instead of boring landscapes, the Gallery mode will display beautiful high-quality artworks or photographs like a painting. For a better addition, you can turn on some soothing music for a relaxing vibe.
Gallery Mode Compatible LG Smart TVs
Here are the LG Smart TVs running the latest webOS version and supporting Gallery Mode.
- LG QNED
- LG OLED evo
- LG OLED
- LG SIGNATURE OLED
- LG Nanocell
- LG 8K TVs
- LG UHD 4K TVs
- LG Ultra Large TVs
How to Enable Gallery Mode on LG TV
 Turn on your LG TV and press the Home button on the remote.
 When the LG TV home screen appears, move the cursor to the App List section.
 Scroll and locate the Art Gallery app option and click on it.
 Here, you will see the pre-loaded and downloadable themes.
 Choose the desired theme and wait for a couple of minutes for the theme to get downloaded.
 Once downloaded, the gallery mode will be enabled. The images will be ready to appear on the screen when the LG TV is idle.
 To add some relaxing music, press the Down D-Pad button on the remote and click Theme Sound. Choose the sound you want.
 To set the transition speed, click the Speed toggle.
How to Turn Off Gallery Mode on LG TV
If you are not interested in using Gallery Mode, you can disable the feature by using the hidden menu on your LG SmartTV.
 Switch on the LG Smart TV.
 Press the Mute button on the remote 3 times continuously.
 Then the Hidden Menu will be displayed on the TV screen.
 Scroll down below and disable the No Signal Image option.
Thus the gallery mode is disabled on your LG SmartTV.
Disadvantages of LG TV Gallery Mode
Though LG TV’s gallery mode is one of the best features, it still has a few drawbacks and comes with many restrictions.
 In Gallery mode, you can’t add your own pictures. So, you can only use the pictures available in the LG TV Gallery.
 You can’t adjust or set the amount of time that the picture would be displayed. LG TV has restricted this to avoid getting into screen burnout issues.
 There are no customization features available. So, there is no way to customize bezels or frames on the LG TV.
 The picture changes relatively after a long time with a sudden break in the illusion.
Is LG TV Gallery Mode Worth It
With the lack of customization and constant flashing to the black screen, some LG TV users may not like this feature. However, it is a good option for those who prefer seeing the basic version of the art. But keep in mind that LG TV may consume more energy if it is in Gallery Mode.
Note: It is recommended to turn on Energy Saving Mode on LG TV which will save energy by lowering the brightness levels.
Why Can’t I Enable the Gallery Mode on LG TV
If you are facing issues like screen glitches, or black screen problems while you turn on the Gallery mode on the TV, don’t worry. You can try these troubleshooting methods to resolve the problem.
- Ensure that your LG TV is connected to a stable WIFI connection.
- Also, check whether your LG Smart TV has gallery mode support.
- Restart your LG TV to remove the background processes.
- Update your LG TV firmware to the latest version.
- Clear cache files on your LG TV to eliminate software bugs.
To enable gallery mode on an OLED TV, go to the Apps section on the home screen and select the Gallery option. From that gallery, choose the image you want and click OK.
Beyond its default images, Gallery Mode does not support personal images.
Unfortunately, you can’t control the carousel time on Gallery Mode of your LG TV. It has been limited to prevent screen burnout.
You can download the pictures you want using the Art Gallery app on LG OLED TV.