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65LB7500

V 05.00.35

Australia

Having the same issues with the ARC dropping out.

Contacted LG and they are F***ing hopeless.

They want me to pay for a tech to come out to test the hardware.

But I don't think there is any problem with that.

And will not admit there is a fault in software.

Does any one know if .55 will work in Australia?

Or when LG plan to put out a Update?

Cheers

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65LB7500

V 05.00.35

Australia

Having the same issues with the ARC dropping out.

Contacted LG and they are F***ing hopeless.

They want me to pay for a tech to come out to test the hardware.

But I don't think there is any problem with that.

And will not admit there is a fault in software.

Does any one know if .55 will work in Australia?

Or when LG plan to put out a Update?

Cheers

Hi, I ended up going through lgnz marketing folks via their Facebook page, they gave me a link to get the 55 download. I know the AU & NZ firmware has differences so no point sharing that but I'd suggest try through Facebook because you're right their sales support people are as useless as tits on a bull...

But if you want to risk it this is what they sent me, it has solved all the problems pre 55 I was also experiencing...

Here is the download link, you will need to place this file in a folder LG_DTV on a usb stick, and insert to the TV while left on an input.

Let us know how you get on.

http://we.tl/68nPCitT8T

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Thanks Michael.

Why would AU and NZ be different?

I will give the facebook ago.

Thanks Shane.

Where did you get .55 from?

Cheers for your help.

Lg gave me that link via their Facebook page here in NZ. The settings are different for terrestrial tv I believe. It's worth a try I guess I imagine worst case you'll need to retune TVs setup stuff.

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Thanks Michael.

Why would AU and NZ be different?

I will give the facebook ago.

Thanks Shane.

Where did you get .55 from?

Cheers for your help.

Lg gave me that link via their Facebook page here in NZ. The settings are different for terrestrial tv I believe. It's worth a try I guess I imagine worst case you'll need to retune TVs setup stuff.

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Thanks Michael.

Why would AU and NZ be different?

I will give the facebook ago.

Thanks Shane.

Where did you get .55 from?

Cheers for your help.

Lg gave me that link via their Facebook page here in NZ. The settings are different for terrestrial tv I believe. It's worth a try I guess I imagine worst case you'll need to retune TVs setup stuff.

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Thanks guys.

All loaded and working.

I will give it a few days and then I will call LG and give them a piece of my mind.

So unhappy with there help. My original email just asked when they where going to fix the software issue. But they seem to think it's a hardware fault.

At least I'm not alone.

Thanks again

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65LB7500

V 05.00.35

Australia

Having the same issues with the ARC dropping out.

Contacted LG and they are F***ing hopeless.

They want me to pay for a tech to come out to test the hardware.

But I don't think there is any problem with that.

And will not admit there is a fault in software.

Does any one know if .55 will work in Australia?

Or when LG plan to put out a Update?

Cheers

Hey mate,

I'm in the exact same boat. Countless messages to LG through their facebook and emails/calls to support - they're absolutely hopeless. They also wanted me to pay for a tech visit, when this is obviously a software issue.

I don't understand how this wasn't patched within a week worldwide...

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LG Australia is now sending a service tech to my place (at their cost) to install the latest firmware off a USB stick... Ridiculous, haha. But at least it should fix it.

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Got the OTA for the LB6500, anyone got a direct link to the Canadian firmware? I would like to keep it on hand in case I need to downgrade in the future. 

 

I have auto update disabled since 4.xx but with every update i get the NUF/NFU message on the screen and it still updates which is annoying to say the least as I would have stayed on 05.00.15.

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5.00.55 update works pretty well on 930v but "app memory error messages" are back. Little bit pissed of because I thought that LG get rid of that in near past, but now it appeas again.

It should not be that hard to get sofware to work propery on year 2016. Recent FWs was not affected memeory issues.

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