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Anis Berhil

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Hi

I have 55EC9300 55 OLED TV, when it was running webos 1.0, it used to display refresh rate of the screen 50Hz, 60Hz or 24Hz n top of the screen. whenever I click on info or just OK

Since LG released update of WebOS 1.4 which is almost the same as webOS 2.0 of 2015 sets. refresh rate is not listed anymore, there is no way to tell what refresh rate is used

Is there anybody from LG around who can pass this on to engineering team maybe they could bring this feature back to webOs 1.4 and webOS 2.0

Thank you

 

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