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Hello everyone.

First of all sorry about my english.

Since my  55´ SM8200PLA was updated to 5.00.02 version, every time I turn on the tv, ´ivi loading´ message appears, then gets into LG Content Store, and then shows ´This content is not available´ and hitting OK, goes back to my HDMI connection as per usual.

Once the tv is showing programs, if I get into LG Store, everything is normal and works properly.

How can I get rid of this annoying issue?

My WebOS version is: 4.9.0-53902 and the running firmware is as mentioned above 5.00.02

Thanks in advance.

Regards

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It may not be the same problem, but I got the HOME menu at the base of the screen when accessing  any TV channel, found it is likely a new feature, go to general additional settings Home Screen display.....it’s something like that, it’s set to ON, just disable it and see if it fixes it......good luck

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Thanks for the answer...

Yeah I already tried that, because I read it in some forums i searched, but not working...

I tried a reset, not working.

I´ll keep on searching solutions.

Regards

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I had an issue with a Humax device, kept telling me it wasn’t connected or was connected.....the only solution was to disconnect the hdmi cable.......found a better solution since though, I sold it....😂😂😂

seriously try disconnecting all HDMi devices and see what happens, if doesn’t happen, then can try and identify the cause....maybe get newer a solution.......good luck

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Tried that and not working... searching about what "ivi loading" is, discovered ivi is kinda auto webos system...or something like that, but why is showing in my tv?

Hope mystery solve asap

Thanks for the answers.

Regards

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@raspia What country are you using the LG TV, and how did you update the firmware? Did you download it yourself, or was it an Auto Update by the TV itself?

The reason I ask, I have just spotted this from Wikipedia: "ivi (ivi.ru) is a Russian online video streaming service which offers licensed video content, including more than 65,000 titles of movies, TV shows, cartoons and music videos. "

So, unless yoiu are using that TV in Russia, that "ivi load" thing is NOT Valid, and points to a bug/mistake in the firmware image build by LG for your country, or you got a "suspect download" image if you did it yourself manually, and use a USB stick.

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I´m in Spain... the first update to 5.00.03 was through TV Menu, the last update (5.00.10) was through a pendrive, and I downloaded the frimware from LG SUpport page...

The ivi message and LG Content Store error happen since 5.00.03 update.

Here hare some captures of the proccess:

Another thing I tried is to download and install ivi app from the strore and uninstall it, just in case but no succeed.

Thanks for your help.

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have you reported this to LG ?

https://www.lg.com/uk/support/email

you can add images, but it’s fussy on file type, I take a screenshot with my iPad and that uploads ok

will have to register, but they do respond 

 

good luck 

 

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