Ty. I just upgraded the firmware to this one.New TCL T615T03 Google TV Update available in V473.
MT9615 Platform ....C735 & C835/C935.......(C728 & C825)
build date= Nov 02 2022
OTA size= 1.734 GB
Set in your wifi router 5ghz band to a different lower channel, for example 48 instead of auto mode.Hello everybody,
I bought a TCL 55c835 a few days ago, and it arrived with fw V8-T615T03-LF1V438.000296
I encountered a problem with the 5ghz wifi: I have divided networks with different SSIDs and the 5ghz band set by the modem in auto (20/40/80 mhz). Unfortunately my 55c835 does not detect the 5ghz network, indeed it does not detect ANY 5ghz network (not even the hotspots of other smartphones).
Is this a known problem or a bug on mine?
I don't know why you are messing with power...Hi everyone. A few days ago I purchased a 50P735 and I have the following issue.
When I turn off the TV sometimes the stand by led switches off and then there is no way to turn the TV on again from the remote or TV's physical button. I always have to unplug it in order to turn on. I have switched off any energy savings and and I have enabled fast turn on. I have already made a factory reset but nothing changed. Is is a faulty TV or is there anything else I can do.
Have been updated to V477 automatically when first switched on.
Yes, I have switched off energy savings.
So I have more info. If I turn off TV and after 3-4 minutes turn it on again, it turns on quick to home screen. If I turn it on about 30 minutes later, it turns on like booting starting with the TCL logo and then access home screen. If after that boot, I press turn of after 2-3 minutes, both the TV and stand by led turn off and the TV does not turn on again untill I unplug it first........ really weird.Yes, I have switched off energy savings.
I always use the remote, I just checked the button to turn it on only when the remote could not do the job. But not even TV button can turn it on once the stand by led switches off.
This is really frustrating....
I still have to option to return it back (it will take 2days to return to the shop) but I was just wondering if that is a bug from the update that TV automatically installed.
If you read this thread you will know if yes or not, but to be honest I have mixed feelings. These TVs have good VA panels. Very clean and great picture quality, colour, contrast, and even black level, but it is still LCD not OLED. These TVs have also everything you need and want, but not everything of these works well or at least not for everyone. It always depend of bought piece and firmware instalations stuff. Android devices have always problems, small or big problems, but always they actually have and you need to accept the reality of those devices. TCL is typical china stuff with medium quality assurance in production stage and as on the all china devices with android - even if that device has good stuff inner I mean cpu, ram, good quality mobo elements, screen and etc.. - but the always problems are with firmware/software. I think sometimes that they never have enough time to write good firmware and the most problems are because of fails in firmware and it works like sh*t sometimes and always you need to find any workarouds to work with these device. The best example is that Dolby Vision. Ehh.. to be honest don't know what to say.. I wouldnt buy the TCL TVs once again or at least for a few years, maybe in few years TCL will learn and be better brand, because for now it is like a first older sh*tty xiaomis or ztes mobile phones, where the hardware was nice, but firmware omg... I think don't wanna say anything more, but nevertheless also don't know what will be better and give you the same soo much in the same good TCLs prices.
Hi, at the launch of the tv there was a problem with the nvidia cards to activate the 144hz, in tests that i saw online it was ok with AMD but not NVIDIA. On the other hand i don't know if it is with all nvidia cards or not. I have an AMD card but I haven't tested 144hz yet, just 120.
Yea.. and everything still mean that the problem is always in sh!ity-atittude in china products producents and at the end of this story - the client himself. Samsung also sh!t. LG it depends on models. Panasonic don't know, haven't seen any product since 10 years. Sharp maybe, but honestly nothing special. Toshiba.. yeaa where is Toshiba. Myself don't know what to buy instead of TCL to be honest and this is the worst thing, but even if you wanna buy something better now what will be complete-device, f!ck don't know what, because even higher models of reputable brands have bugs and it doesn't work well sometimes, but I think this is the new world problem in technology - mediocrity in everything and lack of refinement (i feel sometimes the everything is left as it is and the client is left alone with it (mediocrity) later, with possible problems and has to think for himself how to fix and workaround them, if possible, of course) in the most important things that should be flawless and shine bright like a diamond.Not so, sir. The concept of quality in production has changed a lot in the recent period, and there are many international companies that have given concessions to factories in Asian and African countries to implement some models of devices with modest quality. Giant and well-known companies are now seeing devices made in their name with major manufacturing errors and problems with the quality of the materials and parts used, and yet they pay a high amount of money for the brand name only. Well-known brands focus only on high-end devices. That is why Chinese companies have appeared strongly in the recent period... For example, TCL used to buy QLED screens from Samsung factories before 2019. Then TCL bought the factory from Samsung and became the one to supply screens for some Samsung models!!! The same is the case with many well-known international companies that have come to rely on Chinese factories to supply all their needs of ready-made parts and raw materials, and send them to their factories in Asia and Africa for assembly and branding on them.......