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    • By Rony
      the last few weeks I'm getting trouble with the message out of memory.. when i start some apps for iptv I get the message out of memory frequent.. also when I switch from an app to normal tv the synchronisation of voice and image fails.. 
      so i have to power of my tv and remove it from the power socket.. 
      if i put it back on it works fine again for a while.. 
      in the app memory section I have about 354 mb free.. 
      in years I did not have this issue until now.. 
      lg let me down.. 
      BTW the webos is 5.10.25 I think. 
       

    • By Sona
      Dear pls help this issue lg 3D smart tv brought from Saudi to India all apps not working  country setting India doesn’t appear so what to do pls help
      thx
      ahmed


    • By guitarist
      While watching the TV, lines appeared on the screen with some static. This persisted briefly, then the entire picture went to static. This same static is visible on all inputs, from apps to live TV, HDMI, etc. 
      Sound is fine, menus are unaffected. 
      So far I have tried power cycling, factory reset, disconnecting all cables, and trying different picture settings, to no avail.  I suspect some kind of hardware issue. Any tips gladly appreciated. 
      Edit: I have a replacement EBT63990603 mainboard on order, hopefully that solves it. I see some people have attempted to reflow the solder on the processors to fix these, seems like a dice roll. 
    • By Y.Tomash
      The idea of a smart tv in a free world is to access whatever you want, and since some applications are monitored and blocked on LG network, it does not feel like freedome of choice especially that it is available on competitor TVs.
      Shahid.net is for some reason blocked on LG and we need it to be open.
      Is there anychance that will happen any time soon?

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