Originally Posted by rajendra82
I am sure I had the correct TV year selected. I did the SDR mode calibration first, where I know when I first connected to the TV and selected 2020 model. I did the HDR modes next without having to reconnect to the TV afterwards. I will double check if it defaulted to 2019 TV during the next calibration session, but I highly doubt that. I will try again later tonight to see if something was glitched on my end.
It's possible it's a bug (selected 2020 but got something else), but it's also possible you selected the wrong model by mistake (design flaw). Calman keep forgetting which model LG you own - every time you go out of the menu, the next time you go in - BANG, you're back to the full list with the top one selected, and your previous selection deleted. Try it. Change from LG to Sony or something else, and then back to LG, and you'll see the problem. Your TV will be forgotten, and when you select your correct model TV, the IP address will be wiped too.
I've been asking for Calman to remember which model TV you have to selected as a default, which pattern gen you have to select as a default, which IP addresses you use for TV and PGen to pre-populate as defaults (very basic things, really, which would make a big improvement) for a very long time now. This would be new code that would have to be added because currently, there's no code to do this, it just dumps you at the top of the list.
Time and time again people are being caught out when it resets these things, should you accidentally go up a level in the menus. And there's no excuse IMHO for it wiping away IP addresses and forgetting them all the time if you run calman with a device not connected for any reason. I think it's very hostile to the user.
(Before anyone jumps on this, yes of course I've submitted these requests properly via the feedback forms each time, my mentioning them here is also a repeat of the correct feedback process).