The articles states that the update will start rolling out mid year to all models. If lack of RAM is an issue, maybe they could make a requirement that an (approved) fast USB stick needs to be permanently plugged in to ask as virtual memory, and offload backgrounded apps and programme guide to that.If lack of RAM is an issue, maybe they could make a requirement that an (approved) fast USB stick needs to be permanently plugged in to ask as virtual memory, and offload backgrounded apps and programme guide to that.I do not think that you can use a USB external, that resulting in television in 2014 to be insufficient is the ram ddr3 second level, ie tv 2014_2015: ram tier 525MB ram second level 2014 = 256Mb 2015 = 512Mb So this is the main reason why currently the 2014 tv show defects from us complained, the RAM at times, perhaps due to the kernel, which manages the best presents those "lag and out of memory that we find.
The shameful thing is that in all 'today have not remedied this design gap, treating its customers badly that for a whole they year are undergoing this.
Hello, I remember I read somewhere, that 2014 lg tv models will not be compatible to web OS 2.0. I can't find any official statement about this on the web.
Maybe there is some other way to install web OS 2.0 to my 2014 tv? They certainly did say that they would upgrade to Web Os 2.0, but it was all smoke and mirrors my friends.
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