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After WebOS firmware update Netflix was removed from my installed apps.


David314

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After I installed the recent WebOS firmware update, I ran Netflix and then the app seemed to immediately uninstall from my installed apps on TV (LG E9). I say it is no longer installed, as it does not appear in my installed apps, or app dashboard/bar. 

I go to LG content store and attempt to install Netflix app and click "INSTALL",  after downloading, a response is displayed "Application has not been installed, try again".  I repeat with no success.

Any help here is appreciated. Is this a known problem? I just need to know if a fix is forthcoming?

Thanks,

David

 

FYI: I note in LG Content Store, Netflix Version is listed as 1.4.86 (Updated: 11/05/2019). While the update date is obviously recent, the version seems very old (only speculating here).

 

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