How do you reset a Samsung Blu-ray player?

How do you reset a Samsung Blu-ray player?

2 With no disc in the player press and hold the Play/Pause button infront of the BD player for about 8 seconds or until “Resetting all settings to default values…” is displayed on your TV screen. The Blu-ray player then powers off and resets.

How do I troubleshoot my Samsung Blu-ray player?

Samsung Blu-ray player is not responding

  1. Remove the disc. Press the eject button on the Blu-ray player to open the tray and remove the disc, and then press eject again to close the tray.
  2. Reset the player to factory settings.
  3. Perform a firmware update.

How do I reset my Samsung Blu-ray player without the remote?

Press and hold the Eject button on the device for at least 8 seconds. On the screen you will see a message that the device is being reset. The player will automatically power off and reset then it will show the initial setup screen.

How do I reset my Samsung home theater?

Access the Home Theatre system menu and connect to a TV.

  1. 1 Press Menu.
  2. 2 Press Settings.
  3. 3 Enter.
  4. 4 Reset will appear and press enter.
  5. 5 Enter pin 0000 and press enter.
  6. 6 Select yes and press enter.

Why is my blu-ray disc not working?

The Blu-ray disc tray may be damaged – If you have an ejectable disc tray, eject your disc and take care to observe any slow opening, wobbles, or misalignment. Try reseating the disc. Blu-ray cables may be loose – A loose connection or incorrect connection will prevent the video from being displayed.

How do I update my Samsung Blu-ray player firmware?

Software Update

  1. From the Home screen, navigate to and select Settings.
  2. The Settings menu screen appears. Select Support.
  3. Select Software Update.
  4. Select Update Now.
  5. The Blu-ray player will begin updating the software momentarily.
  6. You have completed the steps.

Why does my Samsung Blu-ray player keep restarting?

Long story short, the latest version of that particular file is formatted correctly but Samsung’s firmware on its Blu-ray players may not have been coded properly to handle something as simple as a blank list. This causes the player’s main software to crash, which in turn makes the device reboot.

Why is my Samsung Blu ray player not playing?

Samsung Blu-ray Player is good, the firmware is new, next work is to check the Blu-ray disc, it’s not a easy work, just look the Blu-ray disc is damaged or not. If the Blu-ray disc is damaged, at the first, you will find the phenomenon, below is the more complicated analysis.

Can a Samsung Blu ray player be used in Australia?

The Samsung Blu-ray Player can’t play the good Blu-ray disc, you need to check the Check the Blu-ray region code on the disc. All Samsung Blu-Ray Players purchased in Australia are region locked to Australia and can’t be unlocked. Only Region B Blu-Ray Discs and Region 4 DVDs are compatible.

How do I Reset my Samsung Blu ray player?

Reset the Samsung Blu-ray Player as below: Remove the disc from the BD player > Turn off the BD player > Unplug the power cord of the BD player from the electrical outlet > Let the player remain without power for one minute > Plug the power cord back into the electrical outlet > Turn on the BD player > Insert the disc into the BD player

How can I copy Blu ray to my Samsung TV?

You can copy the Blu-ray to another blank disc which is not protected by the complicated Blu-ray protection, you just need to choose “Directly Copy”, you may find the “Directly Copy 3D Bluray”, you can take the chance to convert 2D Blu-ray to 3D Blu-ray for Samsung TV, so cool.