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LG webos Juddering like a hell frimware 5.5.55


Mohamed Bahaa

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Hello guys really really im getting crazy about my LG Smart tv 60 inch.  60LB6520 after the new frimware 5.5.55 ....i cant stop seeing juddering in every movie or any channel via satellite or pc or netflix ... i cant watch anything without juddering ... i tried everything to fix it and zero result ..

 

* i disabled trumotion  and every option.

* i made trumotion on de judder 3 and de blur 0 to 10

* i made trumotion on de judder 0 and de blur 0 with                 real cinema on

 

i tried everything and really disappointed.

 

but the judder is gone once when i made trumotion smooth ( but u know the bad soap opera effect )

 

should i sell my tv or what i can do ...Neeed Heeelp

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