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Hello community,

Any owners of this projector who are on a WebOS later than version 3? Projector was advertised as being 4.5 but it's seemingly stuck on 3, so no Disney, no Apple TV... A real shame!

Would be great to hear if anybody has any news from LG, or found an update.

Thanks.

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Similar problem with my projector HU80KS. LG seams not to focus very much on their projectors regarding WebOS and related Apps. I am a little disappoint. The main reason why I bought a "smart" LG projector, was because of WebOS and now I have to find out that not all apps are available like on a LG Smart TV. I am very disappointed!

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Thanks for replying Munich. I had a scout on the LG US website for updated WebOS for your HU80KS, but no luck. April 2019!! Why are LG so bad at supporting beamers? If you get any more responses from LG, I would be grateful to hear them: I will do the same if I get anything back.

 

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There have been recurring issues about LG products recently. If they are listening, I would tell them that they should focus on making all the necessary apps available on their Web OS platform or they should switch to Android OS for TV and other devices.

I have found many LG owners that are not satisfied with the new web OS enhancements.

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