There is a new update for my AU8000 TV with version number 2111.1.
I want to check the release notes but it's not written on it's download page below. Where can i read release notes?
Hi @sinanokatata This is a US model whereas this is the European Samsung communities-uk/Ireland section.
However I do know that changelogs on the US site are generic and tend to follow these lines:
Improved usability , Improved browser performance . Improved app performance . Improved stability ,Improved usability of input devices.
We do get more detailed ones from the German community but cannot guarantee that it would be fully applicable in U.S. Firmware can differ, In any case the latest one I have currently for this model is 2101.
There is a European changelog thread here https://eu.community.samsung.com/t5/tv/tv-firmware-changelogs-on-german-community/m-p/1846870#M44087
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My Device- S21 Ultra 5G ( SM-998B/DS ) CSC= BTU , 12GB/256GB
One Ui 5.0,Android 13 .
After this update;
I have an AU8000 TV. (latest version software) I used to be able to use Bixby voice commands on my smart remote. But recently it stopped recognizing my voice. I can use voice commands on third party apps like YouTube but when i hold Bixby button bixby pops ups but won't hear me. not recognizing my voice anyomore. But i can use Bixby voice commands with smart things app on my phone without issue.
I re - paired the remote,
Reseted to factory settings.
Even calles Samsung Service. They changed the remote, it worked for couple of minutes than voice control stopped worked again. So it's not remote.
I think there is a software bug that breaks Bixby on my remote. Smart things works like charm.
This is an important issue that prevents voice commanding TV. Before the latest update there were no problem. After couple of weeks later of the update it broken.
I kindly ask you to pretend this post like a bug report & user complaint and check the necessary software for fixes. I've seen few other threads on this so its not just me.