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Change notes just say improved Wifi
Got it...someone in the B7 thread is reporting lowered black levels for DV content...but it might just be the Black Panther UHD/DV source...

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^ In the "Status of Dolby Vision raised blacks issue on OLEDS" thread, there were a couple of posts reporting an improvement after updating to .90 when playing DV discs on HDMI-connected players.

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The .90 fixes the issues I have had on UHD DB disks. There are still raised black issues from the AT44K but they are improved.

I'd call it mostly fixed.
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I tested The Last Jedi on my UP970 where I was getting raised black letterbox bars during the credits, and .90 seemed to fix it. Not sure if it's 100% fixed across all HDMI devices though.

It's also possible some content simply isn't mastered properly or some devices aren't using the latest profile, fix or no fix. Since the people at Dolby Vision have never fully described the issue or its causes, it's hard to tell anything for certain.
I haven't tested this for myself with my Philips BDP7502 because I don't have any DV discs yet, but I should be getting The Last Jedi any day now.
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^ I just watched Black Panther in Dolby Vision on my UP970 last night with firmware .90. There were zero elevated black level issues. And yes, Black Panther is graded dark; the amount of 100 nit or lower scenes were numerous. The APL is also highly constrained, even in the brightest of scenes. Obviously a choice.

While the movie didn't have any elevated black issues, I was still getting a full grey screen Dolby Vision transition when loading into the disc and when returning to the player's home screen.

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Given that .36 is the latest version that will update through the TV, and .90 is the latest version available on the Korean LG site would it make sense to merge this thread with the .90 thread?
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Given that .36 is the latest version that will update through the TV, and .90 is the latest version available on the Korean LG site would it make sense to merge this thread with the .90 thread?
It would make sense to have a thread about Korean updates not available in North America. Version specific threads will be perpetually chasing what's current.
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It would make sense to have a thread about Korean updates not available in North America. Version specific threads will be perpetually chasing what's current.
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What do you guys think about merging threads and rename it as the latest Korean fw version available for North American TVs?
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Since the Korean updates are perfectly safe for North American displays, there is no need for separate threads.
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Since the Korean updates are perfectly safe for North American displays, there is no need for separate threads.
Care to ask LG support to verify this?
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Care to ask LG support to verify this?

It's been quite sometime hasn't it? I wonder why the Korean version hasn't be released for North America.
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It's been quite sometime hasn't it? I wonder why the Korean version hasn't be released for North America.
I asked that specific question to U.S. LG support via phone.

LG's response was; 'Firmware updates are a response for certain issues in specific regions. There is no time line or schedule for firmware updates for one area of the world versus another.'

When I informed the LG support person that apparently the Korean firmware updates are indeed working for the U.S. versions, I was told; 'Doing so will void your warranty.'

I went on with details of the improvements of the firmware versions versus the current U.S. versions and requested that they realize that we do not want to be ignored for improvements to the displays that we have payed our hard earned cash for.

So... go figure!
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I asked that specific question to U.S. LG support via phone.

LG's response was; 'Firmware updates are a response for certain issues in specific regions. There is no time line or schedule for firmware updates for one area of the world versus another.'

When I informed the LG support person that apparently the Korean firmware updates are indeed working for the U.S. versions, I was told; 'Doing so will void your warranty.'

I went on with details of the improvements of the firmware versions versus the current U.S. versions and requested that they realize that we do not want to be ignored for improvements to the displays that we have payed our hard earned cash for.

So... go figure!
Legally that is the only response the LG support person can make. To suggest or condone anything that conflicts with their official position could make them liable for any problems that arise. Based on posts on other threads LG has made warranty repairs on many units that have downloaded the Korean firmware updates.
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Has anyone had issues with WiFi staying connected after turning tv off and on. Each time I turn off the tv and back on (whenever I next watch) I have to manually reconnect to the saved WiFi. Is this a latest firmware version issue or something else? Anyone have any advice to fix this?

I did! Eventually I switched back to Quick Start ON (had previously been advised to turn it off), and the problem resolved.
I'm on the latest firmware .90

Also, never underestimate this TV's ability to fix itself after 2 days. I almost had a tech come out and replace the wifi module only to have it fix itself.
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I did! Eventually I switched back to Quick Start ON (had previously been advised to turn it off), and the problem resolved.
I'm on the latest firmware .90

Also, never underestimate this TV's ability to fix itself after 2 days. I almost had a tech come out and replace the wifi module only to have it fix itself.

How that happen? LG's website shows Version 04.70.30.
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How that happen? LG's website shows Version 04.70.30.
Seems you have not been keeping up. The US and Canadian websites have been stuck at .36 since late last year. The newest version is available from the Korean website. Look back at the first post in this thread or the one for the .90 update.
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Legally that is the only response the LG support person can make. To suggest or condone anything that conflicts with their official position could make them liable for any problems that arise. Based on posts on other threads LG has made warranty repairs on many units that have downloaded the Korean firmware updates.
Yep and while I'm leery of doing something 'unofficial' to a device I dropped over $2k on, I got sick of waiting for the firmware that seems to be a very low priority to the US business. Also, in general the delays are for ridiculous things like management approvals to post it on the website, training for customer service reps, and BS like that. It's the same reason why so many Android phones are stuck on years-old versions of their OS.

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How come my 55 inch E7 doesn't automatically update to this .70 version? Checked the Korean website, and it looks like it is .90 version now.

Yes, I set the TV to automatic updates. I will try the USB method this next weekend.
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How come my 55 inch E7 doesn't automatically update to this .70 version? Checked the Korean website, and it looks like it is .90 version now.

Yes, I set the TV to automatic updates. I will try the USB method this next weekend.
The TV looks to the support site for the country where it is registered, and gets any updates from there. The .70 or .90 have not been posted outside Korea.
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The TV looks to the support site for the country where it is registered, and gets any updates from there. The .70 or .90 have not been posted outside Korea.
Thank you for the response.
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I updated to .90 version with USB today. Very quick recognition and update, no problems.

The picture does seem a bit better. Maybe contrast and uniformity?

I had some banding on light grey that seems to be much reduced. I thought that was a panel problem? Stuff that was gray on Netflix seems blacker now on Technicolor Expert.

So, does this mean at least some of the banding issues were firmware/software rather than panel issues? Banding never really bothered me that much, the picture was great on most viewing, but it could be noticed when things went light gray.
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upgraded to .90 last night with no issues. Thanks to everyone here for the information. I too am frustrated that LG does't update the US customers with the same frequency.

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I updated to .90 version with USB today. Very quick recognition and update, no problems.

The picture does seem a bit better. Maybe contrast and uniformity?

I had some banding on light grey that seems to be much reduced. I thought that was a panel problem? Stuff that was gray on Netflix seems blacker now on Technicolor Expert.

So, does this mean at least some of the banding issues were firmware/software rather than panel issues? Banding never really bothered me that much, the picture was great on most viewing, but it could be noticed when things went light gray.
If you went from 76. to 90. firmware the only improvement was to Wi Fi - if from an earlier firmware many improvements. Check website for list.

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If you went from 76. to 90. firmware the only improvement was to Wi Fi - if from an earlier firmware many improvements. Check website for list.
Thank you. I went from .30?? or .36? Technicolor Expert version to .90, so I guess a bit of a leap.

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Thank you. I went from .30?? or .36? Technicolor Expert version to .90, so I guess a bit of a leap.

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[04.70.36] 12/12/17
1. To improve OLED model Dolby no audio issue when switching HDMI input

Final Ver - 04.70.70 3/1/17 https://www.lgservice.co.kr/search/d...currentPageNo=

3. Change contents
ⓐ Tweeter Speaker No sound output problem and video ⓑ BT Soundbar connected after sound bar volume is up to MAX ⓒ Magic remote control Pairing is interrupted
Ⓓ Glitter Noise
Ⓔ Improved screen blinking when switching channel after DTV zoom zoom termination
수정 OLED DTV Lipsync correction
Ⓖ ATV Horizontal bars at the bottom of the screen
개선 Improve the backlight off shop
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Ⓚ (Update) UHD ATSC3.0 reception problem response
Ⓛ (update) 17 year HDR10, HLG correspondence
Ⓜ T8 Store stream equipment improvement response (03.60.15)
Ⓝ OLED TV improved Dolby 5.1ch audio Lip-Sync (03.60.25)
Ⓞ Dolby TrueHD support _ Only OLED TV (04.70.06)
ⓟ Improved image flicker (Deep Color ON (04.70.06)
ⓠ ATSC 3.0 Recording (04.70.06)
Ⓡ T8 equipment Game Mode from On when the screen is broken improvement (04.70.30)
ⓢ Youtube VP9 HDR Contents SDR improved handling issues (04.70.30)
Ⓣ OLED model Dolby Audio HDMI input conversion Voice no issue improvement (04.70.36)
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Can confirm that .90 fixed my wifi issue. I get a constant 95 mbps on every test. Its also always connected. I love firmware updates.

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There's no doubt now after watching the set for a while. .3x to .90 resulted in previously grey type screen interludes on programming (Netflix)(Technicolor Expert)being much blacker.

Better contrast and uniformity to picture ( it was already very nice) with less conspicuous banding. Very worthwhile just for those things alone.
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Yep and while I'm leery of doing something 'unofficial' to a device I dropped over $2k on, I got sick of waiting for the firmware that seems to be a very low priority to the US business. Also, in general the delays are for ridiculous things like management approvals to post it on the website, training for customer service reps, and BS like that. It's the same reason why so many Android phones are stuck on years-old versions of their OS.

I installed .90 and it's working perfectly well
I agree 100%. I was an .36 holdout for what seemed like forever. Updated last night. LG def dropped the ball with their US customers in regards to updates.
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Perhaps this thread should be renamed to "2017 LG OLED Latest Firmware Updates" or something generic like that.

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I agree 100%. I was an .36 holdout for what seemed like forever. Updated last night. LG def dropped the ball with their US customers in regards to updates.
I think that would be more true if it weren't possible to flash the Korean version.

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I think that would be more true if it weren't possible to flash the Korean version.

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We should not have to go to the Korean site. That is the main point. We "AV Enthusiasts" only make up a small segment of consumers of this TV. The average consumer has no clue about updates nor do they probably care. The bought the tv, plugged it in, and are happy. They defiantly are not searching for an update on a Korean site.
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I agree 100%. I was an .36 holdout for what seemed like forever. Updated last night. LG def dropped the ball with their US customers in regards to updates.
Even with the additional effort to access the Korean site, I was heartily pleased that upgrading to .90 (from .50) yesterday was such a simple process. Haven't played around with picture settings much yet to see any changes there, but the audio delay (lip sync) issue was indeed fixed for me, and that made the whole effort worthwhile.
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