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ok so im slowly going insane, just got a new tv and naturally i couldnt keep my fingers off the "update" button.
before the update the HDR game mode was crisp and bright, after the update it so bloody dim some games are just... way too dark ?
so i tried running a downgrade with lgdtvupdater and got everything to work but when its time to actually download the update to the tv it says that "the update cannot be applied". everything in the logs are showing ok. but it just wont save to the tv. it doesnt even start the download, altho i can clearly see in the logs the update is correct and the tv has given the "all clear" to the update server.
am i missing something here ?
OK after being misled by false advertising and disappointed to find my 2017 LG 'smart' TV only has one USB drive and that is incapable of recording to a USB flash stick like my six years old Toshiba could easily do I went ahead and purchased a 1 Tb USB 2.0 Hard Disk - as recommended by LG Support.
Well guess what, shortly after recording about a dozen movies and programs on this disk the TV WebOs wiped the disk forcing me to take it out and reformat it again on my PC. As usual with this LG rubbish I sighed and reinstalled the disk. For two weeks it worked fine then, yesterday, LG issued a WebOs 'update' and yup, you guessed it, this wiped my hard disk yet again. This time I ran disk check utilities and certified the drive and cable is fine, no errors found. So if anyone has any knowledge of why the TV keeps corrupting the drive I would appreciate it.
I just purchased a 49UJ7700 TV, and updated it to the latest firmware via flash drive (4.70.30). However, after do so, I lost the following apps:
HBO GO Science GO Showtimetime Anytime Not exactly "lost," but they just disappeared from the LG Content Store.
I have seen the firmware downgrade instructions elsewhere in the forum, but unfortunately LG does not supply download links for previous firmware revisions.
Where can I download version 4.70.07?
Has anybody else had this problem?
Just bought 43UH7500 last week. It comes with webOS 3.0
Can it have an update to webOS 3.5 like the model in 2017?
Customer loyalty will be enhanced if the manufacturer provides such after sales service.