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Now a believer in data drain

Assistant Professor

Re: Now a believer in data drain

Assistant Professor

Re: Now a believer in data drain

Hughes reps, consider this closed and/or not a problem. Good teaching lesson I suppose.
Assistant Professor

Re: Now a believer in data drain

Charles, don't waste your allowance. My bad.
Assistant Professor

Re: Now a believer in data drain

Well, now I'm not so sure. Seems the TV did not do the download. Beside the fact the update download is much less than the full download of 758MB. Maybe 20MB.

I don't know what to think.
New Poster

Re: Now a believer in data drain

Well I FAPed mine and cleared Glasswire then used another 405MB according to Glasswire doing so speed tests to just drain some and see what happened and mine showed exactly what I used, it was not off even 1 MB so I dont know what to say about yours
Assistant Professor

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Thanks Charles, really appreciate the input. These phantom draining things are so hard to prove it pretty much isn't worth the effort unless it gets really bad.

BTW: I've been on token bytes for several days so don't know if that is somehow a factor.
New Poster

Re: Now a believer in data drain

I have plenty,lol or I wouldnt have offered. besides I was curious. lol Smiley Happy
New Poster

Re: Now a believer in data drain

shouldnt make any difference but we all know how often it actually does.
New Member

Re: Now a believer in data drain

To Charles Scott's "Figured they had that fixed by now..." post above.  Do they ever really "fix" anything or do they just temporarily band-aid it?
New Member

Re: Now a believer in data drain

A 738 MB "update" for a "smart" TV - what'll they think of next to help us out?? Smiley Happy