Here exactly the same. Trying to online update but nothing found. I bought this TV last friday (28 december 2012) and firmware is the same: QF1EU-0.150.48.13 and I see at internet that
Originally Posted by zlonny
47pfl6877h_12_fus_nld.zip is available which is 000.150.082.000.
I updated the firmware by using an USB Stick so my current firwmare is now QF1EU-0.150.82.0
Why can't I update this by using the online update feature with other words why cann't I use the software update feature at my TV?
The TV-Update feature works, but not every update is available. Above all not equally fast.
I think it will come next year. :rolleyes:
Bought myself my first flat screen tv less than a week ago. A philips 42PFL6067T.
I was happy to discover the app for viaplay (guess only in scandinavia), it worked fine with movies and sports. After just one day a message urging me to update the FW. And so I did, no problem with the update over the internet. Then when I tried to watch sports again I get a new message saying:
"If you recently updated your FW, you might have problem watching sport, a working FW can be updated from viaplay.se/devices/philips"
Downloaded the FW (autorun.upg) on a USB stick due to instructions but nothing happens, the tv canīt find the file.
Anyone else have the same problem.
DO not write such rubbish please. Update does NOT work properly (mind the last word) !!! The update is available because you can download it. However when you use the update feature at your TV (type mentiones above) then you are stucked to a very very old update and more releases should also be available.
Originally Posted by burnhoven
As written when updating manually, everything works fine. So there is a file (including the links to the new update files) at the Feed not properly updated.
Did you unzip the file correctly? How is the USB Stick formatted, should be FAT32. Does the TV recognize your USB Stick (so not the file)? Be sure you have the right file downloaded!
Originally Posted by basuel
If you search this forum, you'll find a perfectly valid piece of information:
Originally Posted by ni_hao
not all updates are pushed to the automatic feed, since for some updates the risk is to big to push them to people who didn't have major problems in the first place.
If something goes wrong with the update, not only people who 'know what they are doing' are affected, but also 'mom and pop users', who did not want to update in the first place, but were just doing what their TV suggested.
Therefore, two types of updates exist:
a) updates which get pushed to automatic update immediately
b) updates which are put out there for the expert crowd, but no for everybody at once
It is your right to not like this - but to others this is normal behavior. Please know what you are talking about first, and stop calling other peoples posts 'rubbish'.
as from now, firmware 150.82 is available via the integrated update function... just connect your TV to the internet...
My Smart TV 42PFL5007 is the software version L12M11L_1.3.04 and tried to update to version L12M11L_1.5.06 via USB stick.
The TV had reported that the new software, the loading progress bar was completed and asked to reboot. It happened that the TV rebooted but got stuck, no longer responds to the remote control or any key on the rear panel. To turn it off must disconnect the power cord.
As I no longer have access to your commands, I wonder if there is any procedure to return to factory configuration? Thank you.
It is the same from the "Update software user manual" of TV ?
096 seems to be last SW. Nothing happened since 12/2012. FF is still defective with DLNA and flickering is not totallu gone with the last update.
Originally Posted by thepaddo
Is there still a new SW coming?
the link is dead >>> http://www.supportforum.philips.com/...es-are-missing
same ass if i want to view profile from a forum member its also dead
The new software is very buggy and my CAM module doesnt work anymore... How do I revert to the previous software..?
go to the software firmware thread for your TV and post your problem there.