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Shankar K

43UF770T-TA - Need Software Update

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HI, I purchased 43UF770T-TA 3 years ago in hope that LG will update the software, but I have not seen any proper update. I have 04.05.85 software version of webos 2. The youtube application is pathetic, no airplay support, no proper browser, also do not suupport keyboard input and need to click the onscreen keyboard letter by letter to enter anything. Please fulfill my wish and provide proper software update to 43UF770T-TA so that at least youtube and browser works properly. If airplay is also integrated then it will be super. Thanks. Shankar K.

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I have the same problem with this TV which I purchased in 2016 but it doesn't support Bluetooth headset of other brands. There is no sorting option on YouTube which is really awful. It shows random videos from current and previous many years when something is searched and there is no Hotstar Disney+ etc. There is no update after 

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 It needs update to solve these issues.

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