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I think I have a Wifi problem as well since 5.00.55. No disconnects but more like freezes for 15 to 30 seconds. My tv is connected to wifi only. I'll try a cable only to see if there is a difference.

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I think I have a Wifi problem as well since 5.00.55. No disconnects but more like freezes for 15 to 30 seconds. My tv is connected to wifi only. I'll try a cable only to see if there is a difference.

 

Very important is that you have an excellent signal between the router and TV. If a bad signal, the speed decreases and the link loss occurs...

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mine has been fine on wired, kids using netflix's mostly and no issues thus far *fingers crossed*. The only time I use wifi is for miracast and that has been stable as well, little bit of artifact'ing but not bad at all.   

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just updated my TV via USB  

Jeddah, Saudi Arabia 

 

55EC930T-TA 

WebOS 1.4.0-2515 (afro-ashley)

 

BTW any chance we will ever see WEBOS 2 ? 

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No. Just webOS 1.0 with some useful options from webOS 2.0 (since fw: 05.00.04)

 

any idea why my TV 55EC930T-TA 

 

produced in 2015 !

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Hi all. I have an LG-49LF630V-ZA. Wondered if there is an upgrade I can download and manually install for this TV?

 

I sometimes like to watch some Spanish series online via the browser, but I can't watch series on RTVE.es "en directo" i.e. live, they just don't start. The TV seems to try and start the video, but it just sits there. It used to work so I wonder if the recent (well it was a few months ago) upgrade broke something. Form reading these forums, it sounds pretty likely.

 

Anyway, is there an upgrade file (or downgrade file) available for this TV? If so, can some kind person point me in the right direction?

 

Many thanks.

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05.00.55 for 55ec930v finally can be officially downloaded at LG in the Netherlands. I am using it for about a month. Best so far, now and then I have an occasional plop when playing over hdmi/arc to surround set.

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Will you recomend these settings for the LB730 as well? Do you know where to find the best settings?

For best picture and quality perfomance please try my settings for LB630-LB870 and EC930,as follows:

Settings are same for Live TV(Analog/Digital TV and Satellite), HDMI, Youtube and Smartshare (Video and Pictures)

Picture mode: Standard

Aspect Ratio: Original

Picture Adjust:

Backlight: 88

Contrast: 82

Brightness: 50

Sharpness: 32

Colour: 55

Tint: 0

Colour Temperature: 0

Advanced Control:

Dynamic Contrast: Low

Dynamic Colour: Low

Prefered Colour: Skin Colour - 0, Grass Colour - 0, Sky Colour - 0

Colour Gamut: Standard

Super Resolution: Low

Gamma: Medium

Picture Options:

Noise Reduction: Off

MPEG Noise Reduction: Off

Black Level: Low

Real Cinema: On

Motion Eye Care: Off

LED Local Dimming: High

TruMotion: User

Trumotion Settings:

De-Judder: 7

De-Blur: 10

For 3D Settings(Video and Pictures) there are small changes as follows:

Picture mode: Standard

Aspect Ratio: Original

Picture Adjust:

Backlight: 95

Contrast: 90

Brightness: 50

Sharpness: 32

Colour: 65

Tint: 0

Colour Temperature: 0

Advanced Control:

Dynamic Contrast: Low

Dynamic Colour: Low

Prefered Colour: Skin Colour - 0, Grass Colour - 0, Sky Colour - 0

Colour Gamut: Standard

Super Resolution: Low

Gamma: Medium

Picture Options:

Noise Reduction: Off

MPEG Noise Reduction: Off

Black Level: Low

Real Cinema: On

Motion Eye Care: Off

LED Local Dimming: Medium

TruMotion: User

Trumotion Settings:

De-Judder: 7

De-Blur: 10

Some settings are not available in picture setting. Do not let that upset :)

Other tips:

In General settings please switch "Settings Help" to "Off" to speedup Settings Panel

In Accesibility Pointer Options settings please set Pointer Size to smallest. This will reduce "ghost effect" around pointer in pure black screen/radio mode or similar

After every Firmware Update, please Reset to Initial Factory Settings, then apply my settings :)

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Will you recomend these settings for the LB730 as well? Do you know where to find the best settings?

 

 

yes..LB730 is improved LB700..Hardware and software are same so you can try my settings

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People!

I do not understand your hunger for updating the Webos versions, "will we have webos 2.0 ?" ,  "how well it works webos 3.0?" and so on...

Let me tell you something: Webos 999.0 will never surpass at least Android 2.3 !

I have 47''LB730V from more than a year...time enough to play with it...installing , upgrading, downgrading...iptv...

after I bought android tv box: Tronsmart Orion R68 Meta with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of ROM, eight core processor... with Lollipop android...it was a huge change in my tv experience...I really do not understand why did I pay those hundreds of euros more for a TV with SMART functions while the android tv box costs 77 euros ?!

Android it is a universal platform...with universal support, feedback, apps...there is a big change in net speed, I can watch full HD channels from various app such as torrent stream controller or kodi, showbox... I have flash support, sopcast, latest html, wifi dual, ethernet that recognizes my 300 MBps speed...what can I say? The difference betwenn a Lg TV with smart and an LG tv without it is many, many times the cost of an android tv box... and will never ever forever equals it ! If I would buy a second LG tv will search for a non smart one...and attach it a android terminal! 

bie!

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Agree at current.

Well, as time goes by, producing a non smart tv will be more expensive than smart tv.

Demand and supply.

By then, all TVs around will be smart. Boxes will phase out I think unless boxes are able to justify its existence.

Sent from my E6653 using Tapatalk

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Can We Upgrade Webos 1.0 to 2.0 ?

Can We Format it ?

LG Tv is like hardware, and i think we can change firmware, right ? Like computer ?

I think LG Tvs are history tragedy, The company without any Responsibility.

5.00.15 , USA , 42lb67000

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I updated my LG 47LB750T to new firmware version 5.0.55 but I am facing issues lately.

In LG Smartshare app it is constantly giving me "Unstable Connection" error.

I never had this kind of problem in older version.

Can anyone help me out how to fix this problem?

 

 

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I updated my LG 47LB750T to new firmware version 5.0.55 but I am facing issues lately.

In LG Smartshare app it is constantly giving me "Unstable Connection" error.

I never had this kind of problem in older version.

Can anyone help me out how to fix this problem?

I was facing that on 5.10.02 (beta) so I upgraded to 5.00.55 and never had any issue again.

Enviado de meu SM-G900MD usando Tapatalk

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