The changelog for the .02 & .03 software on the LG UK site is the same in terms of improvements/enhancements. It’s annoying to have to update if you don’t actually need what’s on offer.
or I could simply wait for the over the air update. I've never experienced any issues with OTA updates previously with this TV and I'm in no rush to update the TV.@dante01 : The nuclear option would be to try a factory reset, with all the grief that that will entail. Before re-applying any of your settings, try the update again and see what happens. Alternatively, perhaps someone here with a Windows PC could prepare the update for you, just in case your Mac is doing something odd. That, or talk to LG.
Odd that you're having issues, I use a Mac Mini with Catalina and updated my C9 over USB the other day without any issues.RE: version 04.80.03 on a C9
I've tried to repeatedly install the update via several different USB thumb drives and keep getting the same message that this version cannot be applied to this TV. The TV recognises the updates presence on the flash drive and does start the update, but the installation process doesn't complete before the aforementioned issue is reported by the TV . I'm using an Apple Mac (OSX 10.15) to download the file via Safari before then unzipping it and transfering it onto the flash drive into a folder namecd LG_DTV. The drives are all FAT32 formatted.
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Looks as though I'll just have to wait until the update becomes available to access by the TV via LG's servers?
Very odd - I don't see any others suffering the same issue as the OP who reported them after updating to the latest firmware - even though they asked if anyone had. Neither are people reporting issues in other groups for LG tvs that I frequent - suppose I could be missing the posts. Odd though that they noticed it only after the ugrade?Given that the OP has no say over what’s in the update, and that he, like all,LG TV owners, are effectively forced to update the software, the issue can only be LG’s to resolve, either cdirectly or indirectly. This isn't the first report of a firmware update on an LG TV causing picture degradation post update. However, some of these changes could be as a result of changes to the functions mentioned, in other words, by design. In theory, it’s possible that the update was corrupt somehow, and has caused this problem. In that case, the next firmware update might correct it. The TruMotion and Real Cinema features are a bit of a dogs’ dinner in my opinion. For me, setting TruMotion to Clear, as I recall works best. I’d be inclined to re-visit these settings before contacting the supplying retailer or LG.