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User Manual (ver.3.0)
Jul 4, 2011 ENGLISH 11.18 pdf Email
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  1. Title SAMSUNG PC Share Manager
  2. Applicable Model
  3. Carrier or Corporate Customer
  4. Description Digital media server application for windows
Win XP/Vista Jul 29, 2010 MULTI LANGUAGE 52.54 exe
Description OS Release Date Language Size (MB) Download File

< BD-C5500 Firmware > This Firmware update provides the following benefits:Ver.1028.0 May.9.2013

- Improve specific disc''s playback capabilityVer.1027.0 Dec.17.2012

- Improve specific disc''s playback capabilityVer.1025.1 Jan.17.2012

- Improve specific disc''s playback capabilityVer.1024.0 Nov.14.2011

- Improve specific disc''s playback capability.Ver.1023.0 Oct.06.2011

- Improve specific disc''s playback capability.Ver.1022.3 Sep.09.2011

- Improve specific disc''s playback capability.Ver.1021.1 Apr.22.2011

- Improved specific BD title''s playback compatibility Ver.1020.1 Dec.27.2010

- Improved specific BD title''s playback compatibility

- Improved 4:3 display in the Netflix movie Ver.1019.0 Nov.12.2010

- Improved OSD stringVer.1018.0 Oct.26.2010

- Improved specific BD title''s playback compatibility Ver.1015.4 Jul.23.2010

- Improved specific BD title''s playback compatibility Ver.1013.4 Jun.26.2010

- Improved specific BD title''s playback compatibility

- improved Internet TV''s capability

- improved ''Dynamic Range Control'' setup menu Ver.1012.6 Jun.09.2010

- Improve specific BD & DVD title''s playback capability.

- Improve MKV capability.

- Improve Widget capability.Ver.1010.4 Apr.14.2010

- Improve specific BD title''s playback capability.

- Improve BD WISE capability.

- Improve KMV capability.

- Improve Network Setting capability.

- Improve OSD StringVer.1009.1 Apr.02.2010

- Improve HDMI-CEC''s language error

- Improve ''BD data management'' capability Ver.1008.1 MAR.15.2010

- Improve VUDU DD+ patch

- Improve specific BD Title''s playback capability

- Imporve MPEG file playback capability

- Improve Wi-Fi connection capability

All OS May 9, 2013 ENGLISH 61.9 zip
Upgrade guide (Firmware) (ver.USB Type)
All OS Mar 15, 2010 ENGLISH 0.12 pdf

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