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HT-TZ222 no subtitles from USB HDD


I've a problem with my new HT-TZ222 and an USD HDD.
One folder with various files (avi & srt) each movie with matching names, and subtitles wont load.
Tried to select the desired sub file at stop menu, the little hand appears and nothing happen.
Tried to put 1(one) srt and 1(one) avi on the root folder of the USB Hdd and still nothing happen.

First disappointment with a Samsung product and I have a lot.

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