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60LB7500 out of memory after update


Mitsman

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Hi all........

 

Ok so after the latest firmware update i now get a error message "This app will now restart to free up more memory"

only seems to happen 30min - 45min after its first turned on and then every few minutes after that until its turned off and on again!!!!

 

Any ideas???

 

60LB7500

 

05.00.04

 

1.4.0-2504 (afro-ashley)

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Hi all........

Ok so after the latest firmware update i now get a error message "This app will now restart to free up more memory"

only seems to happen 30min - 45min after its first turned on and then every few minutes after that until its turned off and on again!!!!

Any ideas???

60LB7500

05.00.04

1.4.0-2504 (afro-ashley)

I have the same TV running 5.00.04 without these issues, did you factory reset after installing the update?

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Hi there,

 

I do have a lg-47lb650v and got this update 05.00.04    biggest mistake of my life when I press the update button.

I get the same out of memory error like you guys every few min and btw I'm not using any app ..just HDMI1 where my raspberry pi is connected and still getting the error and the input is restarting!

I have seen this error some time ago(with the older versions too) when watching movies over UPNP or by using some apps, that was the time when I said "ok, I'll not use the smart part of this TV again!", just using it as simple monitor for my rpi (with OSMC, perfect!) and my nexus player..

 

If there would be a possibility to disable the crappy smart function of my TV I would do it yesterday!!

Second biggest mistake was to buy a LG TV, this will never happen again!!

 

I'm considering to revert back to the previous version which was slow like hell but running ok for my purpose...

 

P.S: I forgot to mention that I did also a factory reset and no improvement after wasting 15 min in wane..

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I did a factory reset and in-start and still have the issue. I will never buy another LG TV again. Everyone with issues need to call customer support.

 

Oh ok, how did you do that in-start ? I still have to figure out how to do that and what codes and password are needed. I read somewhere it can be done with an old PSP (which i have) ?

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I had the same problem on my 55LB650V. I did a factory reset and it seems to have gone away..... I will have to wait and see some more.

 

If is comes back, i will try to do an "IN_START" with the service menu. That helped my slow tv when i bought it a year ago.

More information about what "IN_START" does and how to do it, where can I find ?

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