I've upgraded to the 2.03 firmware.
I did a reset of the system and allowed it to sit unplugged for ten to fifteen minutes.
I can connect to my wireless network, but the Netflix streaming issue still exists. I can only watch a movie for 10-15 minutes before it disconnects.
Is there anything coming up to fix this? Should I be sending this unit back in? I get extremely inconsistent responses when I call in.
We've posted new firmware for the BD-P1590, BD-P-1600, BD-P3600 and BD-P4600.
Widget upgradability - Pandora, etc.
Playback compatibility - (Wolverine, and others)
I apologize for the inconvenience as posted by several members here.
If your unit is currently unresponsive, please follow these instructions:
1. Download and launch the CD (.ISO) file to burn a firmware update CD.
2. Unplug the unit for 10 minutes.
3. Plug it back in, power it on and press down the FF button for 12 seconds. If possible open the CD tray and put the update CD in the tray. If it doesn't launch...
4. Power the unit off with the CD in the tray and power it back on.
It may allow you to update, which will effectively erase any software causing a problem and install a fresh working version of the firmware. If it still doesn't work, we could try a few more things, but it may have to be sent in for service. I'm working to see if I can get some of the fees waived for the labor if that ends up being necessary, so please stay tuned, and I appreciate your patience as I work to assist you.
If your player IS reponsive, you will be prompted to update today, and you can update by the method of your choice. Last night I updated my own personal player when I got home wirelessly, and so far, so good.
Please post your experiences here as we work to correct the problems that people are experiencing. Again, I apologize for the troubles, and will work tirelessly until your experience is a good one.