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LACK OF SUPPORT FOR MAC

Why oh Why does Samsung not allow their own TV software updates via Mac ONLY Windows?

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Good question.

Probably an issue of money. Not enough customers that only use Mac or Linux to warrant the investment. Simple work-around: buy a TV from another maker that does support more than Windows, but ... also (pick your choice from Android, iOS, Chrome OS, Linux, Mac OS).

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Samsung support in Windows only

Thank you Sir but ... maybe it's because Samsung are an Android company NOT Apple !!! Either way it's pathetic

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