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Last played video show as a shadow on black screens


Sajith Thiwanka

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When I paly a video either YouTube or USB, lasted played video show as a shadow on  either YouTube or USB mode screen.

Re created steps 

1.Video play from USB drive (1.jpg)

2.Stop video from USB

3. Open YouTube and paly video 

4. Exit from YouTube  

  Actual output 

Show as shadow last played video from USB

Images attached (2.jpg , 2_1.jpg , 2_3.jpg)

Expected output 

Without any shadow  (last played ) show clear screen 

TV Information: - 

[LG] webOS TV UK6320PTE

Software Version:- 05.30.15  

 

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