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Rajeev

Media Library Refresh Issues

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I am having an updated WebOS for my LG 55" UHD SMART TV. I am having problem with my Media Library refresh. The SmartShare app on the TV keeps showing all the Videos/Movies which no longer exist on my network. When I use Device Connector however, and select only the Plex Media then I see the available Movies correctly.

 

How to refresh or clear the Media Library on the TV... any help will be appreciated.

 

Thanks.

Rajeev.

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Nice, three and a half years later ISSUE still not resolved.

I also have 55" 4K LG with Latest WebOS.

Same issue is appearing from time to time, folders that doesn't exist show up or newly created does not show.

Fix please, or put in refresh button!

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