Updating samsung tv firmware
Owners of Samsung smart TVs say their swish sets are basically unusable after a bungled firmware update.In fact, the update was so bad, it looks as though it will require people to send or bring their televisions back to base for repair to correct the cockup.In this case, we recommend you use a different USB device.In our experience, we have seen that trying other USB devices work correctly.
Download the firmware version from the Samsung website First you need to manually download the latest firmware version for your specific Samsung device model from the Samsung website.Folks on Samsung UK's support forums report that an update released on August 8 rendered many newer smart sets – such as 50-inch Ultra HD and 49-inch 4K displays – worse than dumb TVs, because dumb TVs actually work.Judging from the dozens of complaints, the gear functioned as expected prior to getting the most recent firmware upgrade from the South Korean giant."I hope you have this resolved soon as the claims from customers for services which we are all paying for are going up by the day, as this is a fault caused by Samsung and NOTHING to do with any customer fault." Interestingly, Samsung's US support forum contains no mention of any similar problem, suggesting the bad firmware update may be limited to the UK or European region.
We've asked Samsung for some clarification and comment on the matter, but the consumer electronics giant has, much like its knackered TVs, been completely unresponsive thus far.and then there are 5 x files in this folder :- info.txt, REL.xml, T-HKMFDEUC_1412.1.xml, upgrade.msd, USBHardware