Question about LG BD370 BLU RAY PLAYER
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Good news! It can be made to be region free. However it's not as simple as entering a code on the remote. You'll need to update the firmware on the player's chip. Read this forum to see how to do it. It's not hard but will take a little time to do,
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
Testimonial: "Burned the CD per the instructions in the June 5, 2009 post using Nero 9 and away we go, region free out of the gate."
Updated firmware last night (for the Bd370) and the main movie disc for Chronicles of Narnia: Lion,witch,wardrobe worked (after previously stalling). However, the bonus disc still doesn't work when I play it (just a blank screen). I traded the Blue-ray DVD from where I bought it for another one, and it made no difference. However, both Narnia discs played okay in the store on a Sharp blue-ray DVD/Tv combo.
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
First you need to update firmware to v3.886.01 THEN update to LG_BD_370M_UPG_LG_V7163 which can be found on the LG drivers section http://www.lg.com/uk/support/product/support-product-profile.jsp?customerModelCode=BD370&initialTab=documents
Posted on Apr 05, 2010
SOURCE: my LG BD370 for reading
You just check your remote commander for infrared out. You can ckeck it easly, if you have a cellphone with camera option. Place the remote commanders' front towards the lens of the cellphone camera, at about a feet away or so, after the cellphone has been set to camera mode, press each button on your remote, and if there is any infrared signals comes from it, you will get an image of it oh the screen of the phone. If it has the infrared signals, and still your player didn't accept, the players' infrared sensor may be damaged, and needs replacement.
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Posted on Dec 06, 2010
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