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  Reply # 503225 8-Aug-2011 09:59
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or too late...

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  Reply # 526663 28-Sep-2011 10:44
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Greetings

Vieracast updated to Vieraconnect this morning v 3.605 - this took a number of reboots (via wifi) to update but much more content including Facebook  / Shoutcast internet radio (10 NZ stations - interesting sort of!) and other stuff via Vieraconnect market. Much better thanks Panasonic.

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Reply # 526667 28-Sep-2011 10:52
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We also got update this morning and now we have Viera connect. yeh thanks panasonic! Our tv is P50V20Z series.

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  Reply # 526909 28-Sep-2011 19:20
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Downloading it now...
Any info on codec support improvements???

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Reply # 530881 8-Oct-2011 13:03
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Thank you Panasonic for making this update available...

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  Reply # 531111 9-Oct-2011 09:10
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I'm glad they made the update available, but I'm typing this using a Logitech K00 wifi keyboard with my HTPC (Arch linux & Google Chrome) hooked up to my P42V20. A 10m HDMI cable is only $50 from PC stores., a 15m on only $75.

No matter how good internet TV is, or how spiffing any TV firmware updates are, they are still a pale shadow of the utility and versatility (codecs etc) of simply hooking your PC up to the TV. Add in a PVR like MythTV, and it makes worrying about how good / bad official TV firmware updates are rather meaningless - IMHO, of course :)

In synopsis, hook your PC up to your Panny and have real internet TV free from limitations!

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