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Smart remote doesn't works - bluetooth issues


rafaelluciano

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Hi... 

I have a 47LB7000 webOS TV...

About a month ago the smart remote stops to work...

I've tried a new smart remote but the error keeps the same: "bluetooth service needs to be initialized"...

Anyone have any clues to solve this issue?

(I'm thinking that this is a hardware problem, because I manually upgraded the firmware and the error persists and wired and wirelles network doesn't work too)...

 

Sorry by the bad english... :P

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Mine too. Everything works perfectly until it update automatically to latest firmware. Resetting it back to original setting didn't work. I think by flashing back the original f/ware might help...but i don't know how. Anyone out there can help? Thanks

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