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  1. I spotted this useful article for those who feel they need to tweak (optimise) the picture settings, but are not sure what do do: https://www.cnet.com/how-to/optimize-your-tv-picture-sharpness-brightness-contrast-settings-you-need-to-change-now/ Obviously any experts on here should chime in with their findings or advice, especially if geared up to LG TV models.
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  2. I also moved from UAE to India and had same issue. To fix it, read on: I just did the same for my 2x 65" UHD Smart LG TV. The trick is to use the Service Remote Control for LG TV. It is available on Amazon for Rs. 500. From the Service Remote, Look for ADJ Button which is above the 4-way navigation buttons and left of "X Studio" button. At the password prompt enter 0413 as password. Now inside the ADJ Menu, you will see "Area Option" Select this and Enter "4816" as Area code for India. Press OK, Restart the TV and go to Settings. Settings-> General- > Location -> Ser
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  3. I have the same issue. My LG 65" Curved UHD 3D TV i bought from UAE... I am not able to see the India specific apps in the LG Store. I tried to update the firmware but there is no firmware update either. How do I change the Country remains an issue for me too.
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  4. Hi Charline, i am honestly really happy that you got a good result from the method that mentioned. I actually did try that, i always close down apps that i opened, because they do still run in the back round. But this did not solve anything for me, i still got the error message regardless. I also deleted every single app that came pre installed, or that i personally installed. I even (out of desperation) turned off every single setting that i did not need or that i thought might be using the extremely small amount of internal memory, i did all the things that other people have mentioned,
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  5. I have an LG tv and have had the same problem for years. As I figured out the problem was not the tv, but the way I was using it. Which lead to that message of needing to free up memory, made think I had to delete some of my apps to solve the issue. I figured out that like a computer screen with multiple tabs open, your tv will have multiple apps open if you don't close them after use. This is what causes the drain of memory to the tv, and leads to its need to free up memory. So once I closed all of the apps that I had open the message no longer popped up. I now make sure to close the ap
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  6. Hi I had the same problem. Called LG customer service. What they proposed: add DNS: 8.8.8.8 or 9.9.9.9 or 1.1.1.1 and that's it. It solved the problem for me. They told me that common situation after updates.
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  7. Hi! You can use the "sure app" if you are on Android and once downloaded to your smartphone activate the location option on your smartphone and connect it to the home network where the CX tv is connected, open the "sure app" and hit add new device, select TV, select LG, then pairs with the CX by inputting in the "sure app" the code that appears on TV and confirm. Restart the process of unzipping the software update file.zip, go to the unzipped folder, copy the only file in that folder with the " .bin" extension, past it in a folder name LG_DTV that you have created in the root of your usb
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  8. @Dave Howard I have seen some reports back in October 2020, for specific LG models and years, and I think it was initially for some Korean models. Here is a list I just spotted, on the Which UK site: Electrical Safety First announced today that LG OLED TVs from five different ranges were being recalled. The models affected are: 65-inch LG OLED65E6 – 2016 65-inch LG OLED65B7 – 2017 65-inch LG OLED65C7 – 2017 65-inch LG OLED65E7 – 2017 65-inch LG OLED65W7 – 2017 Read more: https://www.which.co.uk/news/2020/10/product-recall-lg-4k-oled-tvs-recalled/ This seems a very late message/
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  9. My router is literally next to the TV next to the inlet on the wall, constant 50mps , the wireless button is faded so cannot use but I literally cannot get nearer the router and I still have this problem!
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  10. Hi - after a long battle, I've managed to get proper responses from everyone involved in this debacle. The results will be in a report on the issue, for Techradar, later this week. I'll post the link when it's live.
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  11. So I had the extended coverage with Square Trade. They sent out a service tech and it was figured out the that WiFi card - part of the main mother board was bad. After a few attempts to replace it it was found that the connector was bad. They ended up covering it under the extended warranty and refunded me my money to get a new TV. It did work for a few weeks better till I found the replacement TV and got the check. I did get a new one.. But if you are not covered by warranty, and have a little technical talent. You could take the back off and try to check the connectors on the main Motherb
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  12. @Sudesh You cannot change the FIRMWARE on the TV to get the different country, it is actually changed by a setting, or by using a "service remote" (can be purchased from Amazon). Have a read of this article, and if your TV is an "Asian" variant/build, then you MIGHT be able to select "India" this way, if not, you may have to obtain a service remote, and use the India country/area code that is 4816. https://help.simpletelly.com/article/395-changing-lg-service-country-region-on-lg-tv-webos
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  13. @Francis torres Can you please repost your question in English, so that the general audience here can help and reply. FYI: the latest fix in the firmware on the link for version 05.30.10 is: "[05.30.10] 1. Apple AirPlay/HomeKit available in selected countries. 2. LG Channel has been upgraded and service territory expansion
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  14. Yes did that but didn't work. I did solve the no wifi problem by doing what an earlier post suggested. Popping off back of tv and straightening any crimped wired out flat. Wifi works now, but still get the notice in top right corner saying: Wired lan cable disconnected Wired network is connected Lg still suppose to be putting out a fix for this in a couple of weeks.
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  15. I converted then in IrfanView and they all work great now. Thanks
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  16. @Jeff Finnan You do not post what model of LG TV you have, but this MIGHT work: Try: Settings > General > Additional Settings > Home Settings > Home Auto Launch and set to disable.
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  17. Hi, My previous posts - mainly from July/August last year show that after all the aggro I had I returned my set to Curry's. The things that really made me fed up were that: LG Customer Services denied any knowledge of the issue - and stated that they would forward my complaint to their Technical Services Team - but that they never reply to any Customers on any issues that are raised! GREAT Customer Service!!! Freeserve Customer Services denied any knowledge of the issue! Racing TV Customer Services (the Channel I pay a Monthly Subscription to and could not receive on m
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  18. I should also add, Freeview have confirmed that they are 'looking at ways to communicate this better to customers'. I pointed out that its more important that they get LG to make this clear, as people probably won't go digging around the Freeview website when they're buying TVs.
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  19. Hello, I'm a journalist who also bought a UM7400, myself. I've been doing some digging for an article about this problem and wanted to share my findings: 1. Unfortunately there is no requirement for LG to support channels in MHEG format, only HBB. 2. Equally unfortunately, despite dropping this requirement, Freeview have NOT given broadcasters a deadline to migrate to HBB 3. The upshot is that LG aren't wrong, but given that the TV is physically capable of MHEG services (they work if you change the settings to Republic of Ireland and do a retune, but this causes EPG issues
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  20. @PhylipR That is an innovative and interesting fix, although a bit expensive at around AUD$150 + usb Ethernet adaptor. I guess it seems to prove that the Ethernet chip Driver, and the API (software layers) on top of that have big issues, or at least "timer" issues. By that, I mean inside a lot of software, there are "timers" for "waiting" for an event. With IP (TCP/IP, Internet protocol), The Internet is a very large and variable "data space" where data packets can come and go unreliably, mainly because of bottlenecks, and routing issues, as well as web-server performance variabilities. Many
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