Samsung BD-C5500 Player Driver
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Samsung BD-C5500 Player Driver
And the power light is always on, whether the device is or not.
I know it doesn't drain much power, but it does unnecessarily light up part of the room Samsung BD-C5500 Player night and turning it off at the wall is the only way to stop it. The device will often refuse to read a bluray disc and regularly complains that discs are in the wrong region even if they clearly are not. This is apparently a known bug and the only way to fix it is to clean the disc and reboot the machine.
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I tried the wifi extension and Samsung BD-C5500 Player features, but they were also laggy and really a gimmick as far Samsung BD-C5500 Player I'm concerned and were standard features of slightly more expensive models that Samsung obviously didn't consider should be core. Other devices do this sort of thing a lot better.
Just be careful if you try this because I ended up changing the region for others because there is small lag between finishing the sequence and the number appearing, and had to do it again to change it for 9 region free.
Region code hack posted by duncanhornby, October 17 Thank you all, I just tried and it worked, so the Player is now without a regional code. The thing is, however, that with most of my American DVDs, the player would switch to black-and-white, and that includes the menu. Samsung BD-C5500 Player
Does Samsung BD-C5500 Player have an idea what to do? Region code hack posted by juaninacio, October 22 I have tried this like 50 times and there's no way I can make it work on my BD-C I tried when the no disc sign appears, right after it dissapears, tried typing the code fast, slowly, smoothly.
I am on After the "no disk" just punch in the code, no need to power cycle and eject again A "4" will appear in the top left Samsung BD-C5500 Player of the screen when the code has been input correctly. What was posted by Swift thanks much works and easiest to follow.
Used it to change from Region Code 3 to Code 9. I have extracted and simplified below Samsung BD-C5500 Player easy reference: Turn off and on the player. On the main menu page navigate to the video icon as opposed to the internet TV which is defaulted from boot up 3.
Using the remote control, press the REPEAT button followed by the number for the region your player is originally set to e. If done correctly the region code will be displayed on the screen.
If done correctly "9" displayed on the screen. Test with DVDs from various regions.
For easy reference following is the various numbers for corresponding region codes courtesy of wildbull thanks to you too 1 — 2 9 3 3 4 2 — 5 7 5 3 8 3 — 5 6 Samsung BD-C5500 Player 3 2 4 — 7 6 8 8 4 5 — 5 3 8 1 4 6 — 2 4 4 6 2 I just want to state that I've tried the method below and it works with my brazilian BD with the latest firmware till this date Samsung BD-C5500 Player.
While on the main menu page, and having the video icon highlighted as opposed to the internet TV one as it does automatically on boot up follow these steps But remember to ender the code smoothly and that the repeat button is part of Samsung BD-C5500 Player code.
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Enter 7 6 8 8 4 on the number pad. Enter a "9" to make the player region free. Enter a Samsung BD-C5500 Player code if you want to lock the player to another region for some obscure or perverse reason.