Tried to launch the Amazon Music app on my TV this morning and got this error. This just looks like an expired certificate error, but the app is 1.0.0 and hasn't been updated since release in 2020, so I suspect it's not supported anymore anyway. Anyone have it working on perhaps a newer TV? This one's two or three years old.
Sent from my Pixel 5 using Tapatalk
TV model: UK6300PLB (software updated)
TV connection: ethernet cable doesn't matter, cable or wifi the effect is the same (the system has an obvious bug, when simultaneously connected via cable and wifi - same router, applications cannot connect to the internet)
PC system: Kubuntu 22.04 (Linux pc 5.15.0-47-generic #51-Ubuntu SMP Thu Aug 11 07:51:15 UTC 2022 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux)
minidlna version: 1.3.0+dfsg-2.1
Firewall status: doesn't matter, on or off the effect is the same
The TV sees the DLNA server some time after turning it on, then no more. If I do not start playback within this short time of availability, the dlna server disappears from the list of available sources. If at this time I turn on playback from the computer, then after a long while the video is played seemingly normally, but all player control functions become unavailable, the buttons simply do not respond, and in the list of available inputs there is no longer a dlna server. The minidln logs on the computer show no cause, just an unexpected http connection breakup: upnphttp.c:1082: debug: HTTP Connection closed unexpectedly.
I checked the availability of the server on several Android devices, everything works fine.
By John Bizeray
I recently updated the firmware on my LG43UH610V. Now I constantly get "Wired Lan cable disconnected" / "Wired network is connected" messages even while watching a video file from my NAS. The TV is connected and using the network while getting these messages. It has always been on a fixed IP address on the LAN.
By News Reporter
Times Square, New York City
Since first taking the initiative of promoting Busan, Korea’s beautiful port city, as the perfect host for World Expo 2030 early this year, LG Electronics has carried out various promotional events worldwide by leveraging its global network of 140 subsidiaries. Busan officially submitted its intentions to host World Expo 2030 last year, based on its theme: “Transforming Our World, Navigating Towards a Better Future,” which calls for a peaceful, sustainable future for all by talking about people, prosperity and the planet.
Piccadilly Circus, London
Back in February, LG declared its support for Busan with its
link hidden, please login to view airing impactful promotional videos on its famous outdoor displays in New York’s Times Square, London’s Piccadilly Circus and other high-traffic locations around the world, each one showing why Busan should be the World Expo’s next destination. LG is executing the next phase of the campaign by introducing a new series of inspirational films at multiple locations, as the company strives to share the wonders of Busan to a truly global audience. Evian Resort Golf Club, France
To ensure the campaign is a success, CEO William Cho now oversees a group-wide task force set up to champion the vibrant port city’s bid. Additionally, in July at The Amundi Evian Championship in France, LG endorsed Busan’s World Expo bid in front of the eyes of golf fans from all over the world by screening its promotional video, ‘The One and Only Busan,’ on a giant billboard beside the course’s clubhouse. Raising awareness of Busan’s bid in France was especially important as this is where the General Assembly of the , the body that ultimately decides the location of World Expo 2030, will host its announcement event at the end of next year.
IFA 2022, Berlin, Germany
Moreover, like it has done at multiple prominent locations so far this year, LG recently installed over 160 banners at the entrance of ‘Messe Berlin’ during IFA 2022, Europe’s largest consumer electronics show which was held from September 2 to 6, to make its visitors from around the world aware of Busan’s promising bid.
(From left to right) Heaven Lee, LG Electronics’ European representative, Franziska Giffey, mayor of Berlin, Kim Hyung-soo, president of LG Electronics Europe Region and Lee Jeong-seok, head of LG Electronics’ Global Marketing Center.
LG will proudly continue to support Busan’s bid to host World Expo 2030 by leveraging its sprawling global network. Stay tuned for more impactful LG promotional campaigns for Busan!
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