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Question regarding 55LB676V and webOS2.0


johndoes

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Hi all,

 

I'm reading the forum for a while now and decided to register.

Here comes my first question:

I have the 55LB676V and every time I try to search for an update it says "not possible to search for update, try later".

I thought this can be ​because LG is preparing the September 21st update, but when I saw the list from LG the model were not into it. Now here come the questions:

1. Is it normal to not can search for updates? Internet is connected.

2. Will this model get webOS2.0 (the 2014 model version) ?

Thanks for your help.

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