after no updates for approx. 2 years, the TV updated to 06.00.03 about 4 months ago, now to
this latest, which is described as a bug fix release.
This release has changed the TV picture, it is too bright, almost garish, with a decidedly blue color cast -
Let's be honest, a stable and properly balanced image was never one of the TV's strong points, now it's almost unwatchable.
Why would anybody update the TV firmware picture settings of a 4 year old TV in such a drastic way?
Edit: well, had to reset defaults, fixed after that.
Hello. in recent days I've updated my LG OLED65CXRLA to 03.23.35 firmware, after that HDR won't work at all.
I own this tv since February, and never had any issues with it, and for the first time I've encountered problem and serious one at that,
Before said update HDR worked without any issues from any source - PC, PS4/Xbox, TV's apps like YouTube and Plex. After update HDR doesn't work from any of said source.
How it happens: when I launch any HDR content, tv blicks, in upper right corner appears HDR notice, but picture becomes very dark. It's the same as if for example you try to run any YouTube's HDR clip on display without HDR support.
I have a 50NANO79SNA, built in 2020. After ignoring the message for some time I finally decided to allow it to do an automatic firmware update. Started the process then went to bed.
In the morning the TV appeared to have hung up - it was turned on but had no picture, no audio and did not respond to the remote. I turned the TV off using the manual power button then powered it back on... I got the LG power-on sound, but again no picture. Powering it off then back on again resulted in no sound, no picture and a power light that flashes 3 times each time it turns on. It does respond to the remote (for power on/off commands.)
Is there a way to force-reload the firmware over USB if you don't have a picture?
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