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Some discs for example will not let you bypass certain parts of a disc. Different types of disc will also stop certain functions happening. It's unlikely there is a fault, unless it's really crucial to the operation of the disc player.
Check current region code Open the Philips HOME Screen Type on your remote: 8520 This will display all of the current settings for your player. Example: Region_Code: DVD(2) BD(B)Change region code Turn on player with no disk inserted Press "Open/Close" on the remote control until the tray is open Press 8689310 - 0 means all region Press 8689311 - 1 means region 1, Press 8689312 - 2 means region 2, Press 8689313 - 3 means region 3, Press 8689314 - 4 means region 4, Press 8689315 - 5 means region 5, Press 8689316 - 6 means region 6. Now the front Buttons might not work! Go to SETUP and click on RESET FACTORY SETTINGS Wait until the player restarts and now you can play all DVD regions
With a Samsung playe you go into your settings and for your BD Live feature you 'PROHIBIT" it and the disc will work fine. Here are the steps. 1) Settings 2)Network 3)BD-LIVE Interernet Connection 4)Select PROHIBIT 5)EXIT
it is good to go back ito menu to make sure it saved it.
Lens cleaner disk works but it is a cd, which does not heat up a bluRay circuit. DVD too does not heat up the circuit. BluRay disks are denser in data(30gB) and runs closer to the lens, so reading disks is more critical. And some movies may heat up the circuit to freeze the functions. Maybe a moisture problem, keep it power on to drive off moisture on the semiconductor ICs.until bluRay disks work.
Software updates have to be done on bluray players whenever the technology in bluray discs themselve is changed. If you call the number for 20th century fox on the back of the bluray a representative there will explain to you what has changed technologically in this bluray that has caused there to be software updates for all of the bluray players. I believe LG can send you a disc so that you can update your player. Give them a call. The bluray players are all manufactured and shipped to the stores. In the meantime if an update is needed and its sitting on the shelf at the store until you buy it, even if you've just bought it an hour ago it will still need to be updated. The stores do not unbox the blu ray players and update them for you. However the Geek squad will update bluray players for customers for a fee.
Are you tryign to play back hoem made / burnt discs? If so the format more then likely is NOT compatibe with the bluray disc player....This is very common...You must rememeber bluray just came out and right now you have to expect it to only play conventional DVD's and blue disc's any other format is most likely not compatible