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I just bought a 49" LG UHD 4k tv w/ Web Os. I have look all over(Internet, your site) for HBOGo app. You say it's on TV purchased after 2015. Well my tv is a 2017. I've checked updates, again no app. What is going on.

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55” SJ850T

04.70.06

Thailand

- New Picture Mode : technicolor Expert

 

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Where I can find detail about this firmware? 

 

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43" 43UJ750V, updated today  to 04.70.06 (04.70.10 available on the support site), Italy.

Notes: looks like no major improvements at all for 2017 LCD models, no major bug fixed (no FLAC from PC/server play), got only an update for the YouTube application.

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21 hours ago, Mihai said:

Hi for everyone,

    For those who have LG TV 2014 series (LB630-LB870, EC930)

   New from OCT 2017  - Firmware update 05.05.45

 I will try to update in this weekend.

This is OFFICIAL firmware update, but only for Russia!!!

New in this update:

1. Improvement 
1) Apply TLS 1.2 

http://www.lg.com/ru/support/support-product/lg-42LB730V

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I installed this new firmware on my LG 42LB650V (Slovakia), so no problem. I see the system is more fast, and I got a new icon on webos menu for Youtube. :)  So you can install everywhere no only for Russia, if you would you like. 😎

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Hi 

I put the new firmware  05.05.45  in this weekend on my 42LB731V and work's fine.  Indeed the youtube icon on webos menu is changed. 

But the major improvement  is TLS 1.2 (Transport Layer Security ) wich are cryptographic protocols that provide communications security over a computer network, and is global not only for Russia.

So I guess,  is OK to install this update.

 

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My model number is listed so I’m downloading as we speak.. Mihai

36 minutes ago, Mihai said:

Hi 

I put the new firmware  05.05.45  in this weekend on my 42LB731V and work's fine.  Indeed the youtube icon on webos menu is changed. 

But the major improvement  is TLS 1.2 (Transport Layer Security ) wich are cryptographic protocols that provide communications security over a computer network, and is global not only for Russia.

So I guess,  is OK to install this update.

 

My model number 43lb731-VE is listed so I’m downloading as we speak.. Mihai can you tell me if you use the simplink function and is it working ok. Cheers Jon

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1 hour ago, jonnyht said:

My model number is listed so I’m downloading as we speak.. Mihai

My model number 43lb731-VE is listed so I’m downloading as we speak.. Mihai can you tell me if you use the simplink function and is it working ok. Cheers Jon

No , I don't use it. But I guess they don't change something that is working.

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Applied the 05.05.45    update on my 42 LB731-VE and not really noticed any dramatic changes. Just updated a few apps I have thats all and the changed Youtube icon.

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4 hours ago, Leandro De Medeiros said:

I would like to know if have some firmware compatible with LG 47LB6500. This is the latest firmware wich i install...

 

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As far as I can see you installed a BETA 05.10.02 long time ago. LG Company did not allow firmware to be downgraded. You'll never get official update because official firmwares starting with 05.05.xx but you have 05.10.xx,  so only way is unofficial downgrade to latest official for your region (Brasil). Process is a bit complicated and here on this forum you have detailed tutorial how to. HERE IS TUTORIAL 

Attention: You can destroy (brick) your tv set if something going wrong in the downgrade process.

Cheers! Dejan

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