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Michael Sacher

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Hi all. I have a LG Electronics 47LB6300 and I loved it so far. Recently I made a made big firmware update and a very annoying behaviour started. It doesn't matter if I use an app or simply use one of the HDMI inputs... occasionally in the lower section a "bubble" would pop up that represent one of the HDMI inputs.

I guess it offers my to switch. Now I can wait for 5-10s or I can click it away. This is really annoying. And I couldn't find anything to turn it of in the settings.

Any idea?

Thanks,
Michael

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