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LGDTVUPDATER 1. Download LgDTVUpDater [ MEGA | MediaFire ] Updated 19 OCT 2015 2. Unrar and put LgDTVUpDater folder in C:\ 3. Open C:\LgDTVUpDater\dns\AcrylicHosts.txt 4. Change 192.168.0.11 with your local IP address 5. Save and exit 6. Go back to C:\LgDTVUpDater folder 7. Run startDNS.bat and don´t close it 8. Run startHTTP.bat and don´t close it 9. Go to TV Menu > Network Settings > Ethernet/WiFi > Edit > Uncheck Set Automatically > Change DNS IP to your local IP address &g
Just bought the LG 55UM7300 yesterday. Opened the web browser today for the first time, and wanted to sign in to my Google account. I got this message: "Couldn't sign you in. This browser or app may not be secure. Try using a different browser. If you're already using a supported browser, you can refresh your screen and try again to sign in." I tried doing it again using https://www.google.com but got the same message. Since we don't have options for using other browsers, there may not
When I turn on a HDMI device and it wakes up my TV, the TV just… wakes up on the HDMI input used before it sleeps/turns off. I have then to manually change the input to the HDMI input/device I want to use - the one I used to wakes the TV up 😕 It's really annoying
My previous TV (Sony Bravia) has an automatic sleep after a time period without no remote control or TV button interactions. I miss this feature so much. I could set up the sleep time (40 minutes, 1h, 2h ...) on TV setup. Close to timeout, an overlaid message warns about the inactivity time and it'll be soon shutdown. I know my TV 55UM76 allows to use Sleep timer, but it isn't the same thing.
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After purchase my LG smart tv was able to pick up DTT (digital Terrestial Transmitters in the local area. These channels failed to work after some time and it was assumed that they were switched off due to the never ending wait for South Africa to migrate fully to digital.
However tuning my sons Hi Sense tv the said channels were found and indeed are operational as digital HD channels
Returning to my LG tv i changed the location to digital , retuned and lo and behold the digital channels appeared on a multiplex on uhf channel 49 (8mhz) however within a few minutes they disappeared never to be seen again isn spite of much time and many alternative settings.
I have tried changing location, adding channel 49 UHF manually which shows full signal strength and quality, but gives no digital programmes found.
I have had to revert to the 4 terrestial channels to get any tv operation at all.
I believe that my set has been crippled by LG. I am highly upset considering the cost of a uhd TV thats not capable of performing ito its original specification or at its best.
Any advice on how to obtain a working system ( frimware has been updated ) or the legal route to go to resolve this issue would be welcome.
NB as a retired broadcast technologist i do have some knowledge of the industry so would welcome any technical perspectives if i have missed something
Has anyone had a recent update of the OS on their TV to 4.7.050204 (goldilocks2-gulaga) ?
The reason I ask is that the IPTV channels on my TV seem to have borked these channels as I now get "Invalid Service"
floating across the screen. I'm pretty sure these channels worked before the update.
I'm referring to channels such as Now 90's, Planect Knowledge, The Sports Channel Network etc. So these are NOT APPS but
TV Channels showing up on the guide and still show the programme details.
This TV is only a week old, and I think I'm going to be bounced between the retailer and LG as it seems to be a software issue.
Does anyone have similar experiences and have you resolved the issue ?