One of these two releases is an update designed to fix vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash Player in Internet Explorer, as Microsoft is now manually patching any security flaws that are found in Adobe's software and also affecting its in-house browser.
On the other hand, since it has a USB port, you can probably update/downgrade the firmware from a USB pen drive, too.
yes , it can be up/downgraded form the internet , about the usb, i tried to downgrade with the usb but still it's not working, is there any way to hach the BR region system ? its alot more important to me than evything else I couldn't tell you, really.
Hi , i bought th lg bd370 and there is a problem , when i put in it DVD its work great the same thing with mp3 dvd-r or pictures , but it doesn't see avi or mkv files the Movie button in the home menu is unpushable , only when i put in dvd video its working but not with avi (divx/Xvid) or mkv files .
( the same thing happend with my usb flash ) what can it be ? [QUOTE=lowellriggsiam;1971570]I don't see that it accepts those formats v=Ofbcya LQXDs like in this video Did you try updating the firmware?
I'm guessing that you got lucky and got a Blu Ray player that can work on dual voltage, but many players sold in North America can't.
Windows 10 received a couple of updates as part of this month's Patch Tuesday rollout, so insiders running build 9926 of the technical preview are strongly recommended to deploy both of them as soon as possible.Item=N82E16882005044&nm_mc=OTC-Froogle&cm_m...044[/QUOTE] well it should ! (Sorry, I don't know how to do that with that particular player.) I've seen some posts elsewhere that imply there may be some regions in which AVI/MKV playback will not work, but that type of limitation usually seems to be for users in the US, for some reason.if you download the Specifications (right side) there is nothing about MKV ,or DIVX. looks like you didn't do your homework when you bought the player. I did some research and I saw that some functions like the divx were not available in the US, most likely this function is just locked out.The Blu Ray licensing agreement demands that all manufacturers not make players that can be made region free for DVD or Blu Ray playback.Right now we have maybe a handful of Blu Ray players that can be made region free for DVD playback by entering a code (this technically is probably a licensing violation, but a few big name manufacturers have released such players).Oppo requires you to do a firmware hack after purchase.