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Firmware downgrade.


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?

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23 hours ago, nemilose said:

I already did like what you did but after the download finished and extract the zip file i found the extracted file is the same file as the first one 

-i get to my product page 55UJ630V & get to Software & Firmware

- i got this link 


i replaced this 04.70.04 with 03.60.05

https://www.lg.com/eg_en/lgecs.downloadFile.ldwf?DOC_ID=20150490753607&what=MANUAL&fromSystem=LG.COM&fileId=K9kItUjlV16Z4ZKFRZFw2w&ORIGINAL_NAME_b1_a1=Software_File(Version_03.60.05).zipi got a zip file named Software_File%28Version_03.60.05%29.zip but after i extracted it i found a .ebk file named starfish-dvb-secured-k3lp-573.drto.k3lp-57304-04.70.04-prodkey_usb_V3_SECURED.epk

* Could you please tell me the steps you did to downgrade your software ?


Thank You

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2 hours ago, Abdullah.gamal said:

I already did like what you did but after the download finished and extract the zip file i found the extracted file is the same file as the first one 

Same here. :(

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