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Is it possible to format or entering to system files in LG WebOS TV 49UB850T?

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Hello 

 

I have problem with my TV it's locked my premium content and i want to format TV to clean all register files but Factory Reset is just reset my setting when i want to watch my premium content it still locked.

 

I think it have two method to clear it

 

1.Format TV clean all register files and save just only system files likes when i just buy a new TV.

Or

2.Go to this directory in TV and delete the register files 'file:///mnt/lg/flash/data/01.TIARA_No.9/icpLicense.dat' and Re-register again it's fine for me but i don't know the way to get into it.

 

 

If anyone know how to do method 1. or 2. or both Please Help ME...  ^_^

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