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Just for your amusement this is an example of the level of control I have on ALL LG TVs: the menus you see are custom made.

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Hi guys. i have an Lg 47lb670v-za with firmware: 04.45.25  (Hungary)

WebOs version1.3.3.3251(afro-arches).

Question: Will i get some kind of updates?

In settings it doesnt get any updates.

 

Thanks for answering :)

 

04.45.25 is latest official firmware, but you can try webOS 2.0 BETA firmware(install via USB flash drive), or just wait September 21st when LG planned to roll out official WebOS 2.0 for 2014 models..

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04.45.25 is latest official firmware, but you can try webOS 2.0 BETA firmware(install via USB flash drive), or just wait September 21st when LG planned to roll out official WebOS 2.0 for 2014 models..

 

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, this update will include four main features of webOS 2.0 and enhanced speed. It will not be updated to webOS 2.0, I think.

 

 

thanks for answering :) .

 

its best if i'll wait for the official version

 

You're right Alexa. It's still a beta, some users have reported a problem with Simplink and others. Not much time to 21 September, you can wait for official update.

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Hi to all

 

 - I found a bug in settings menu when i search for fw updates, the tv channel in background is scrambled.

 

 - In the settings menu > General > About TV > no more display of Total startup hours.

 

 - Error connecting to wifi router.

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I searched this thread for some facts about the "new" smart share (DLNA) player.

 

With the current official version of WEB-OS i am unable to switch audio channels or subtitles when the files are being played from a DLNA-Server. (I tried avi's and MKV's)

 

Will this get any better with the forthcoming feature pack for our 2014 models ? 

 

Honestly the capabilities of that Smart Share Player are rather minimal. It is not an APP so there can't be quick updates. That is really a shame.

 

Fun fact. LG BluRay Players.. Even my very old models.. Do have these features.  :-(

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@Mango goto setting - about tv click on software update coz it is not updating firmware automatically even if auto update is on .. just click on update u will get notifications that new firmware is available ..

I got update today morning

Yeh.. finally received official update over air .

model : LG 42LB750T

Country : India

Just received 5.00.04 over the air 60LB7500 Australia

Did you get this updates while on beta?
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