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Aktar Aleko

will webOS2 update ?




I have purchased a TV LG42LF652 V in february 2016.My web OS is the following:  webOS2 / 04.05.45


do you know if there is a way to update it to WebOS3 at least manually ?


Thanks for answering,


Best regards

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Hi, I have Oled 55EF950V and on May 24th 2017 I've got a minimal webos update (2.0) . the v. number is  04.25.56
I can't say if the update is released for all TV with Webos2 or for just some models. In any case the only "perception" I've got by this update
is a faster page downloading when you go in internet. I couldn't find any new function like zoom or a better way to create your favorite
group of channels.
A very bad thing of Webos is also that you can't create a group of channels mixing satellite and DTV channels (like you can do if you have
an external "free" decoder like the Argus ones.
ATTENTION: Files in LG TV are open source, and theoretically you could create by yourserlf or find in internet, additional or different
system files to install, BUT if you do it you immediately lose your warranty.
Hint: I discovered (wasn't written in the manual) that if you double click or keep a longer pressing on some magic remote's buttons,while watching TV you
enable/disable or toggle some functions in a quicker way than the standard menu. i.e. language channel, audio comment of a program for
blind people, etc. it may vary from TV model to another maybe.




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