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LG led webos tv model: LF6500 not able to update firmware


Kshitiz sharma

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I have a LG led webos tv model: LF6500 (43 inches). I am not able to further update the firmware. Its last update is : 4.00.30 version. Now i am looking forward to install Hotstar app from lg content store to watch game of thrones in india. Please provide the hotstar app on lg content store.

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On 7/16/2017 at 9:14 PM, Kshitiz sharma said:

I have a LG led webos tv model: LF6500 (43 inches). I am not able to further update the firmware. Its last update is : 4.00.30 version. Now i am looking forward to install Hotstar app from lg content store to watch game of thrones in india. Please provide the hotstar app on lg content store.

Even I am facing the same problem with This model

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