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Topic # 154795 7-Nov-2014 19:04
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Hey Guys,

Just turned on the tv and it says "Smart hub just got better" but its the same.

i click on the service notification and it takes me to a webpage saying social page and photo video and music page are being transformed into "multimedia"

tv: ps51f8500

software: 1117.0

any ideas?




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  Reply # 1171133 7-Nov-2014 20:30
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Had the same notification yesterday. Looked on Smart Hub doesn't look like anything has changed to me. 







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  Reply # 1171160 7-Nov-2014 21:09
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Very odd aye...




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  Reply # 1175513 13-Nov-2014 22:31
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Same things happening to my Samsung TV. Notification keeps coming; if I click 'view details' it takes to me an unsecured website with warning.yell

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  Reply # 1175556 14-Nov-2014 07:37
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sdavisnz: Hey Guys,

Just turned on the tv and it says "Smart hub just got better" but its the same.

i click on the service notification and it takes me to a webpage saying social page and photo video and music page are being transformed into "multimedia"

tv: ps51f8500

software: 1117.0

any ideas?



maybe its just the Lightbox update to Samsung apps recently ?





 

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  Reply # 1175566 14-Nov-2014 07:57
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every time i turn on the tv, that stupid message pops up.  have to dig around to see if you can prevent messages like that...



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  Reply # 1176765 16-Nov-2014 13:31
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huh, figured it out,


Factory reset tv, updated to latest smart hub via tv setup,


new multimedia tab.



-Steve.





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