Updating panasonic blue ray player

by  |  04-Mar-2016 07:16

Universal Pictures plans to release more than 100 4K Blu-rays by the end of 2016. Either that or you actually haven't tried the BP550 yourself. Brings me back to several years ago using an underpowered PC and low-bandwidth Internet connection. Out of a scale of 0 to 10, I rate this Blu-ray player a minus 5! I found out about that after purchase because I was having a problem (can't recall exactly what it was) so went to the Sony site to get the manual --- you know when all else fails RTFM :) Anyway while at the site, I read some of the reviews and it seems many people had extended periods of Netflix unavailability because as it turns out, Netflix was working just fine but a Sony server was down (apparently for several weeks and not just a one-time thing) I said to myself "screw this, I'm not going to chance an unnecessary point of failure" so brought the unit back.

Using your remote, press UP or DOWN to highlight “Network”, then press “Enter”. “Connection Type” will be highlighted, press “Enter” and then use the UP or DOWN keys to highlight “Wired” then press “Enter”. Make sure that your player is turned off and the power cord is unplugged. Connect an Ethernet cable from the ETHERNET jack on the back of your player into a router.

Using your remote, press UP or DOWN to highlight “Network”, then press “Enter”. “Connection Type” will be highlighted, press “Enter” and then use the UP or DOWN keys to highlight “Wireless” then press “Enter”. Using your remote, press UP or DOWN to highlight “Scan”, then press “Enter”. Using your remote, press UP or DOWN to highlight your wireless network. If your network is password protected, you will need to enter that password by pressing UP to highlight the password field and pressing “Enter”. The on-screen keyboard will appear, please take note that your password is case sensitive in most cases. When done highlight “Enter” on the on-screen keyboard and press “Enter” on your remote. Using your remote press LEFT or RIGHT to highlight “Next” and press “Enter”.

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