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"Content Library"

Posted: Sun Dec 02, 2018 9:51 pm
by bjurado2114840
Hello, I have an older LN46A850 Samsung TV and woke up today to find out that the built-in Content Library was somehow removed. Usually, right before I'd go to sleep I would now and then loop the Art gallery while that relaxing music played... I found a link that you can go to download the files + some additional content and it appears to be dead. (https://www.samsung.com/us/consumer/lea ... nload.html)



If anyone can help me find those files to USB back into the TV, I'd appreciate it a lot.

Re: "Content Library"

Posted: Sun May 12, 2019 6:32 am
by Whenjaylahattacks
Hello,

I have just found this thread and I have the same issue after I upgraded the FW via Samsung's website. I have a LN52A850.

So far, I have found no solution to restoring the contents or at the very least, finding the files to load onto a thumb drive so I can add it back to the TV's internal memory.

When the TV first came out, people thought that the Content Library was just a bad, useless gimmick to lure people in to paying $2999 for a flat-screen LCD TV. However, I did not think that was the case with the extensive list of interactive features built-in to the TV. I am saddened to see that it is now gone.

Hopefully, someone can find the downloadable files left on their computer or on some sort of archive.

Thank you, Sydnie Fulton.

Re: "Content Library"

Posted: Mon Jun 17, 2019 8:27 pm
by bjurado2114840
Whenjaylahattacks wrote:
Sun May 12, 2019 6:32 am
Hello,

I have just found this thread and I have the same issue after I upgraded the FW via Samsung's website. I have a LN52A850.

So far, I have found no solution to restoring the contents or at the very least, finding the files to load onto a thumb drive so I can add it back to the TV's internal memory.

When the TV first came out, people thought that the Content Library was just a bad, useless gimmick to lure people in to paying $2999 for a flat-screen LCD TV. However, I did not think that was the case with the extensive list of interactive features built-in to the TV. I am saddened to see that it is now gone.

Hopefully, someone can find the downloadable files left on their computer or on some sort of archive.

Thank you, Sydnie Fulton.
I don't remember it costing $2999. I'm trying to use the FTP Server application for the B series TVs but it's worth a shot, maybe the files are still hiding in there somewhere. Wish me luck!