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When will WebOS latest (2020) version be released for Old Smart TVs like 43LF6300?


PVN Satyanarayana

Looking for Latest Web OS for old LG Smart TVs  

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  1. 1. Are you seriously looking for Web OS latest to access Zee5, Hotstar apps for your old Smart TV (Early 2015, 2016)

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Hi, I purchased my SMART TV model 43LF6300 in the year 2016 and current Firmware Version 04.06.40. Every one India using their favorite app like Disney Hotstar+, Zee5, Aaha and many more apps but those are not available on my TV which is annoying.. I spent Rs. 54000 to buy LG Smart TV but all the latest apps are not available. Please release the latest Web OS for these models at least Beta version unless the TVs like this will be useless and no one trust LG products. Thanks in advance and hope to receive latest Web OS soon.

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On 10/23/2020 at 1:24 PM, PVN Satyanarayana said:

Hi, I purchased my SMART TV model 43LF6300 in the year 2016 and current Firmware Version 04.06.40. Every one India using their favorite app like Disney Hotstar+, Zee5, Aaha and many more apps but those are not available on my TV which is annoying.. I spent Rs. 54000 to buy LG Smart TV but all the latest apps are not available. Please release the latest Web OS for these models at least Beta version unless the TVs like this will be useless and no one trust LG products. Thanks in advance and hope to receive latest Web OS soon.

It will not be updated. Even more recent models did not receive updates.

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On 10/23/2020 at 5:54 PM, PVN Satyanarayana said:

Hi, I purchased my SMART TV model 43LF6300 in the year 2016 and current Firmware Version 04.06.40. Every one India using their favorite app like Disney Hotstar+, Zee5, Aaha and many more apps but those are not available on my TV which is annoying.. I spent Rs. 54000 to buy LG Smart TV but all the latest apps are not available. Please release the latest Web OS for these models at least Beta version unless the TVs like this will be useless and no one trust LG products. Thanks in advance and hope to receive latest Web OS soon.

Sorry to disappoint you but your tv won’t be receiving any updates.

As for smart tv updates and blaming LG that it has stopped providing updates, its the same with every manufacturer. Even android tvs stop getting updates in 2-3 years.

Its always better to buy an external device for this purpose. They last longer and can be upgraded when needed. Buy a firestick or an  apple tv whichever suits you. There are many more options. Firestick is just 2000 INR.

Does your android phone receive updates for more than 3 years? No, however expensive it may be. Its the same case here.

I am not defending LG just providing the solution and wanting you to accept the reality.

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On 10/23/2020 at 7:24 AM, PVN Satyanarayana said:

Hi, I purchased my SMART TV model 43LF6300 in the year 2016 and current Firmware Version 04.06.40. Every one India using their favorite app like Disney Hotstar+, Zee5, Aaha and many more apps but those are not available on my TV which is annoying.. I spent Rs. 54000 to buy LG Smart TV but all the latest apps are not available. Please release the latest Web OS for these models at least Beta version unless the TVs like this will be useless and no one trust LG products. Thanks in advance and hope to receive latest Web OS soon.

LG are thieves! They make sure tv doesn’t get updates, they remove the apps they see most customers use to force them to purchase new tv’s  or if they are smart, buy different brand all together. 

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On 10/23/2020 at 7:24 AM, PVN Satyanarayana said:

Hi, I purchased my SMART TV model 43LF6300 in the year 2016 and current Firmware Version 04.06.40. Every one India using their favorite app like Disney Hotstar+, Zee5, Aaha and many more apps but those are not available on my TV which is annoying.. I spent Rs. 54000 to buy LG Smart TV but all the latest apps are not available. Please release the latest Web OS for these models at least Beta version unless the TVs like this will be useless and no one trust LG products. Thanks in advance and hope to receive latest Web OS soon.

 

On 10/24/2020 at 10:39 PM, Karan Batra said:

Sorry to disappoint you but your tv won’t be receiving any updates.

As for smart tv updates and blaming LG that it has stopped providing updates, its the same with every manufacturer. Even android tvs stop getting updates in 2-3 years.

Its always better to buy an external device for this purpose. They last longer and can be upgraded when needed. Buy a firestick or an  apple tv whichever suits you. There are many more options. Firestick is just 2000 INR.

Does your android phone receive updates for more than 3 years? No, however expensive it may be. Its the same case here.

I am not defending LG just providing the solution and wanting you to accept the reality.

LG are thieves! They make sure tv doesn’t get updates, they remove the apps they see most customers use to force them to purchase new tv’s  or if they are smart, buy different brand all together.  The person saying no updates. Guess what they send out a update. Who knows what for, but it’s a update mister I know everything lg. 

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