Updating firmware on blu ray


03-Dec-2019 06:11

If you have a Blu-ray player, and a new form of copy protection introduced, (or your player’s “key” has been revoked) a new disc may not play on it.

Parts of the disc may load, but then parts that utilize the updated copy protection will fail.

Some manufacturers will take positive advantage of this, and add new features to their players.

Oppo has done this well in the past, adding support for network streaming of audio and video, as well as support for additional streaming formats.

Sometimes it’s to fix bugs/problems in the players themselves.

Sometimes the Blu-ray standard is upgraded, and you need a firmware update to let your player take advantage of those changes.

One of the most significant features is the ability to add additional, new methods of copy protection, and to revoke permissions for playback if something like the DVD fiasco happened again.I have a Sony BD-350 and i am tryin to do the firmware update to the .015. Is the only way to do it is to hook it up to the internet via ethernet cable?i tried doing it via flash drive but when i put it in i get nothing. On a side note blurays looks great with this player Going through the Internet is by far the best way. I have a Sony BD-350 and i am tryin to do the firmware update to the .015. Is the only way to do it is to hook it up to the internet via ethernet cable?

i tried doing it via flash drive but when i put it in i get nothing. On a side note blurays looks great with this player Hello everyone!You may think things are going wrong, but it just takes a little while.