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Using ChanSort on LB Series ?

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Couple days ago I changed the cable provider, have to perform new scanning of channels . All this went OK but I'm really annoyed of slow operation in sorting channels in the Program Manager ( TV 's 42LB671v , the latest official firmware 5.0.40 or something like that ) .

 

To speed thing up I try ChanSort ( https://github.com/PredatH0r/ChanSort ) , copy channels on USB , sorting in ChanSort, return modified file via USB to the TV ....And.. Complete mess.. catastrophe, no more digital channels . I had to scan all over again . I try to put the original file back to TV but there no success,  I had to scan all over again.

Now read this article : https://github.com/PredatH0r/ChanSort/wiki/LG seems to have some specific requirements when working with LG ...

Has anyone managed to work with ChanSort? to edit the channel list and return successfully to TV ( for LB series ) ?

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Hello,

with the version of 2015-11-19 i successfully could sort all my DVB-S/C/T channels on my 49UF850V.

Don't know if this applies to your model, too. :mellow:

 

I do remember that I had to scan all frequencies again WITHOUT predefined channel-lists or localisation settings. After that I could edit, save and transfer data easily to TV.

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