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HI guys , for the auto ota updates how does the server know your country ? is it from your service location or broadcast location settings or is it IP related , Asking as I believe there is an update coming for NZ but I have mine set for Australian broadcast location .

 

I would just wait and keep an eye on the LG NZ support page for the update to show, then set your tv back to NZ and try an OTA update, if not use USB method. In the mean time you should turn off the 'auto update' just in case it updates to a higher version for Aus.

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I would just wait and keep an eye on the LG NZ support page for the update to show, then set your tv back to NZ and try an OTA update, if not use USB method. In the mean time you should turn off the 'auto update' just in case it updates to a higher version for Aus.

Yeah I think the next update may be a bit different as per Freeview changes so if it did pick the Aus one it may not apply .

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Yeah I think the next update may be a bit different as per Freeview changes so if it did pick the Aus one it may not apply .

 

Yep Aus is 7MHZ and NZ is 8MHZ and manual tuning required, that's one difference.

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Hi all,

LG Espańa have just called again saying the technical department are working on an update and it will be released as soon as possible ( no date given). Fair play to LG they have been very responive to my emails, always responding to emais or calling me when they said they would. Solution for now is to leave simplink turned off :( no good for us with Raspberry Pi. But a solution is down the road and hopefully the end of the firmware blues. Waiting for the next update."again"

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ws2 lucky you , obviously you do almost anything with the PC , and uses only the rec and digital terrestrial TV .
try to put a satellite maybe motorized and then tell me what you think a bit , especially if you have lost days to make a setting of the satellite and then thanks to the automation you are all channels mixed or worse satellites mixed channels zapping .

 

I complained about it with lg area , just now a technician contacted me , I was also he confirmed it , but says it has submitted a long time my complaints , but it all depends korea , in their area they can do nothing , their reported complaints mine and others .

 

because all the faults I complained in the various posts are all 'now appear in the new update .

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Yep Aus is 7MHZ and NZ is 8MHZ and manual tuning required, that's one difference.

Even if the new update includes HBBtv I may keep mine on the Australian setting for the universal remote feature. unless LG includes that for us as well , I cant see a reason not to.

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That universal remote feature you mentioned is already working on my set, always has. You press the "123" button and get an on screen remote for the device you are using.

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That universal remote feature you mentioned is already working on my set, always has. You press the "123" button and get an on screen remote for the device you are using.

Thats weird  , on the LB7500 it only works if you set the TV to AUS broadcast . Ill have to have a moan to LG , must be a firmware glitch 

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Away from the TV for s few days but I think I posted the version I have a while ago.

Hi , found it , you are on 4.65.50 same as I was on previously and the screen remote did not work for me on that in NZ mode either . Strange as I dont think theres much difference between our TVs .

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My TV 42LB6520-TB was bought from Dubai.

Updated to 4.65.05 long ago. Seems all countries received the ver. 5.XX variants.

But nothing here for me. Any clue?

N.B. Both broadcast & service country set as: South Africa

Sent from my Nexus 5 using Tapatalk

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After 1h40m still no memory error on Pioneer HDMI/CEC Simplink, i hope it works now  ;)

Hi , Have you noticed any other improvements or changes ? 

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Hi , Have you noticed any other improvements or changes ? 

Nope, can't tell the diffience between 5.00.04 and this one. No memory error after 3h20m. But now it's time for bed. (I am happy now no more MEM error). 

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Nope, can't tell the diffience between 5.00.04 and this one. No memory error after 3h20m. But now it's time for bed. (I am happy now no more MEM error). 

 

Good for you, Demonrider. This app will now restart to free up memory on my LG650V when I searched for something in Google. 

I do not have any problems with other applications, only this shitty browser pissed me off every moment. I hope that you remain happy when you wake up.

 

BTW I think that they already do not fix it. We need more physical memory rather than seeking a miracle in the firmware.

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5.00.15 No mem error simplink cec hdmi works OK

Rassbery pi one with openelec cec hdmi works super stable

Arc with dts dd5.1 works OK

Internet browser stable No mem error

Tv app No mem error after 6 hour work

Firmware looks ok

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5.00.15 No mem error simplink cec hdmi works OK

Rassbery pi one with openelec cec hdmi works super stable

Arc with dts dd5.1 works OK

Internet browser stable No mem error

Tv app No mem error after 6 hour work

Firmware looks ok

And finally works UTF8 in the EPG :)

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Ok, downloading as I type, I´m going to try this 05.00.15 software. My Raspberry Pi2 needs to be utilized a little more.

if all else fails I have not uninstalled the LG_updater so will be easy to downgrade, If not Dejan I´m coming after you. ;) for tempting me with your endless firmware supply's. :D

 

Cheers

 

Jon

 

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