Samsung TV Firmware on the GO. I have a Samsung BD-D5500 and recently upgraded to 1030. Than I try to update my firmware via Internet and appears the. 2011 Blu-ray Disc Player (D5300 Series) edit Firmware BD-D5300 / D5700 Firmware > This Firmware update provides the following benefits:Ver.1032.1 Jul.26.2013.
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This forum is staffed by Samsung employees, but as we have seen in the past, often the most helpful answers come from CNET forum members themselves so please don't consider this just a Q and A with Samsung. This is a CNET forum and Samsung is here to be part of the conversation. I was having an issue playing dvd's in the player, they would completly freeze randomly while watching. There was no responce with keying anything on the remote or on the player it self, the only way to unfreeze it was to power down the player, the power button was the only one that would work, and then turn it back on. So I went to samsungs website and downloaded the firmware upgrade on to a USB flash drive. With the player on, i connected the USB drive and went to the settings menu/support. I selected update from USB, after a few minutes it said new firmware found, updating.
The update finished and the player reset. It fixed the problem with the dvds freezing but tonight I have a new problem. 3d BD's that played before the firmware upgrade now no longer play in 3d. They play, but the 3d glasses that came with my samsung UN55D7000 wont turn like the usually do when watching a 3d BD. When the picture appears on the screen its not blury like it should be, it looks like its supposed to be in 3d, its layered like a pop-up book, but the immage isnt in 3d. Is there a way to roll back firmware updates?
Thank you for providing this service to people who upgrade their firmware and need to downgrade again to remove Cinavia. I have a Samsung BD-D5500 and recently upgraded to 1030 firmware, which has essentially made the BD unusable. I am aware reading off the forum I need to downgrade to B-BRCMBSP 1015 to remove the Cinavia restrictions on my unit and it should be successful. However when I set the router and BD DNS to below, I get the below results, 188.8.131.52 (but get message 'Connecting to network server.' Then eventually get message 'Failed to connect error code 601 Operation Timeout Error'). 184.108.40.206 (but get message 'Connecting to network server.'
Then eventually goes back to original menu with no success). When I do not use DNS (disable DHCP) on router and set BD DNS as below, I get the below results, 220.127.116.11 (but get message 'Connecting to network server.' Then eventually get message 'Failed to connect error code 601 Operation Timeout Error'). 18.104.22.168 (but get message 'Connecting to network server.'
Then quickly get message 'No software to upgrade currently'). The BD-D5500 has a direct LAN cable connection to my router. I am using a Samsung 3D Smart Hub TV, with no internet connection. Can you please give me some advice on how to connect and download the firmware successfully. Many thanks in advance. Hello all, I made the unfortunate mistake to upgrade firmware of my blu ray player HTD5500, and now I want to downgrade. I have been reading through this topic and I have two main questions: 1.
It is said that OTN should be enabled, but I cant find that setting anywhere. Is this only for tv?s? I bought my blu ray player in the Netherlands. Can I also apply this patch/ fix?
The reason I am asking, is becasue when I wanted to upgrade my firmware, I first took a firmware upgrade from samsung.com. That however did not work (my blu ray player did not recognize the upgrade files), I had to take firmware from the Dutch site (samsung.com/nl That worked (unfortunately).
I upgrade to 10.16. Can I apply this downgrade without being absolutely certain my blu ray player ends up as an brick as well? Just to be clear, I understand the risks of applying this patch, I have seen results of more unfortunate people that wanted to downgrade. I am willing to take the risk though? Peter edit: I just checked the firmware version, it is: B-FIRHTBEUC 1016.3 Should I be able to downgrade? Thanks for the answer.
Hallelujah, you are my personal Jesus Christ!!! I have a BD-D5500 and not knowing the implications I upgraded the firmware to version 1030 and the nightmare started!!! Fucking cinavia!
I thought I would have to throw the player out in the garbage, but fortunately I found this website. I set the DNS server on my router to 22.214.171.124, I restarted it and at the same time I powered down the player, took the plug out for 10 seconds and started everything. It didn?t work and it actually took me 4 or 5 router and player restarts, but finally it worked just fine?