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Hi im not sure if this is the place to post a question like this sorry it its not.
I have and LG TV which has been having problems with SKY Q blacking out. I got in touch with LG and they said I needed an update which they sent me on a disc.
I followed the instructions but my TV wont read the epk file so wont sense it needs to update. I have tried numerous usb drives I have formatted them in ntfs and fat. The usb reads they LG_DTV file but says there is nothing inside. Any help would be great thanks.
It seems that the Window command "Read on device" don't work properly with My LG UH661V.
Once the video start, it will just stop and get back to main menu after a minute or so. If I try to change the video timeline, it stops immediately. But it seems to only happen if the file content isn't longer than ~30 minutes. Minor issues:
With AVI files and MKV files, the timeline just don't work. Trying to change the time just result in an error message on the TV. Other points:
The WebOS is up to date. Windows OS is Windows 10, up to date too. Tried to read on Xbox One and a Samsung TV, and it works just fine. Only happen with LG TV. Any thoughts on this?
I'am using my 4000$ LG 55EG960V OLED 4K UHD television to view my photo from an USB key and use the diaporama function.
But i have old photo which are in a small resolution(less than 4K), and there are not displayed in fullscreen so it is too small
How to automatically upscale photo in fullscreen? (it was possible with my old 1080p philips television and also samsung 4k)
Thanks you very much in advance.
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