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Firmware updates are released on a regular basis for network enabled Blu-ray Players. These updates are used to enhance current features, fix bugs, and in some cases add additional applications to the device.


* An Internet connection is required to perform a firmware update.
If you do not have Internet available on the Blu-ray Player, you may need to perform a Manual Firmware Update.

Press the Home / Smart button on your remote. Usually, when a firmware update is available, a message will appear in the bottom right of the home screen. You can also manually check for updates by choosing Settings from the right side.

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From the Settings menu, navigate to the Others tab, then select software.
Next, choose Update and the system will check for available firmware updates.
If the check is successful, but there is no update available, you will see the screen below.

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If the check is successful, and there is an update available, you will be presented with information about the new version. Click OK to start the update.

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While you see this screen, the update is downloading. If the download freezes, it is safe to turn the player off, then back on, while this screen is showing.
Once you see the Updating message that the firmware is being installed. Do not turn off or unplug the unit while this screen is showing.

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A final Updating progress bar will be shown, and the unit will automatically power off when it completes.

Note: The unit will not automatically turn back on after the update. If you need the Blu-ray Player to turn back on, you'll need to use the power button.

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  • The update is stuck / frozen.
    • Some updates are large and can take time to download, especially over slower Internet connections. If the percentage is increasing, please let it continue.
    • If the percentage is not increasing, ensure the Blu-ray Player is within range of the wireless router with minimal obstacles between.
      Note: The wireless receiver built in to the Blu-ray Player may not be as strong as other devices.
    • If the screen says Downloading, Restart the Blu-ray Player and wireless router (unplug them then plug them back in).
    • If the screen says Updating, do not unplug it!
    • If the issue persists, Contact Us.
  • Message: Cannot find an update. Check the network connection cable.

    This message appears when the Blu-ray Player does not have an Internet connection.

    • Ensure the Blu-ray player is within range of the wireless router with minimal obstacles between.
      Note: The wireless receiver built in to the Blu-ray Player may not be as strong as other devices.
    • Restart the Blu-ray Player and wireless router (unplug them then plug them back in).
    • Try to connect the Blu-ray Player using an ethernet cable.
    • For additional troubleshooting, check the troubleshooting section of Setting Up Your Wireless Network.
    • If the issue persists, Contact Us.
  • Unit display says BOOT, nothing is displayed on the TV.

    In this case, the unit is stuck in boat Fashion.

    • Try to uplug the Blu-ray Player, then plug it back in.
    • If the issue persists, Contact Us.
  • Unit no longer has sound (S-Protect on unit display).
    • Make sure the speaker wires are securely connected to the unit and to the speakers, and ensure proper color coding.
    • Try to uplug the Blu-ray Player, then plug it back in.
    • If the issue persists, Contact Us.