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Hi, I have been using webos for my signange where I render my advertisement and configured live news feeds. I have configured as follows Live National news - > Advertisements->International news->Advertisments..etc.. This is how i configured ,but noticed that application gets hung and wanted to know 1)Is webos not designed be used for such a heavy applications/rendering? 2) Malayalam fonts are not rendered properly where as it is working fine in Android. Can somebody throw some light on this ? Appreciate if someone from LG can respond as well Rgds Lijo
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I'm not sure if something happened with webOS update 04.71.00, but my LG OLED65C7P no longer outputs sound to my LG SJ9 soundbar in Optical/HDMI ARC mode. SIMPLINK is on, HDMI cable hasn't moved, everything had been working like a charm for a year+, then no sound unless I switch to TV speakers, which is a bummer. Anybody else in that situation? Ugh, apparently it started with 04.70.85, others are having this issue here.
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Hello, Our TV no longer appears to update. I am on update 04.25.70 on this 65EF9500 TV, but my other slightly newer LG (UJ7700) is updated to 04.71.00. Contacting LG by email didn’t help at all. Any suggestions? thanks in advance. marisa
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The app worked fine for the last year, and then just 2 weeks ago it keeps saying cannot connect to test server. Any ideas? Tried resetting tv and reloading the app but no help, my interent connection works fine using a Lan wire, the speed test app seems broke. My LG tv is 49UH6030 model number.
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Hello, I recently bought a LG OLED B7 and I'm facing some issues while playing H.265 content. Initially I thought the problem was in the content that I was trying to play, but after some tests I realized that the problem should be in the tv (probably the decoder). You can check the issue here: https://1drv.ms/f/s!AhY6FaioMjN3gYJGvrH35WbigMpmzw As you can see, sometimes there is a kind of image distortion. I thought the problem was DLNA, so I tried to reproduce the same content over USB but the problem remains. I asked a friend of mine to reproduce the same content in his Samsung TV and he is not facing any issues at all.
here is some video info about the source CODEC : HEVC
TYPE : 2160p (Progressive)
FRAME RATE : 23.976 fps
DISPLAY ASPECT RATIO : 16:9
FORMAT PROFILE LEVEL : Main [email protected]@High
BITRATE : 48.3 Mbps
WIDTH x HEIGHT : 3840 x 2160 pixels
COLOR PRIMARIES : BT.2020 AUDIO (1)
CODEC : TrueHD Atmos
LANGUAGE : English
CHANNEL(S) : 7.1
BITRATE : 4769 kbps
SAMPLING RATE : 48 KHz
BIT DEPTH : 24 bits Does anyone else have this problem? Thanks in advance
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LGOLED C8 - It powers on, I get a quick “webOS” and then the screen goes black again. The remote has new batteries. This is just after getting it out of the bos and the stand attached. What is going on?By retireandgo
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I have the 2016 LG OLED65E6P purchased 2/19/2017 with the "magic remote" and recently, the remote control has become unreliable. It worked perfectly until a few weeks ago and I'm not sure what changed. The remote seems to work properly when the TV is first turned on, but later, I have to press a button repeatedly to get any effect. It's not bad buttons, it's like the buttons only send the signal to the TV intermittently. The red light at the top of the remote sometimes flashes red, sometimes goes solid red for a few seconds, and sometimes does nothing when I press the button (I couldn't find a description of what the light does). It's very frustrating.
I mostly make due by repeatedly pressing the button that turns on the teardrop cursor -- after maybe 10 times it'll come on, and then I can use the cursor to operate the TV until it times out. So that works, but it's not a good solution because it's hard to get the cursor turned on.
I put in fresh batteries several times to see if that's the problem -- it made no difference. Plus the cursor works fine, when I can get it turned on.
I was also hopeful that a firmware update caused this problem and it will be resolved.
The remote doesn't seem to require line-of-sight to work. Does the remote use bluetooth or WiFi? I sometimes use Bluetooth headphones with the TV and those work fine.
Has anyone else had this problem with the remote -- and if so, how did you solve it?
(I do have an extended warranty so in theory I can get a replacement remote -- but I'd rather not spend an hour on the phone if this is a common problem.)