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User Manual (ver.1.0)
Jan 13, 2012 ENGLISH 6.43 pdf Email
User Manual (ver.1.0)
Mar 7, 2012 ENGLISH 4.79 pdf Email
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  1. Title SAMSUNG Allshare ver. 2.0 Software
  2. Applicable Model
  3. Carrier or Corporate Customer
  4. Description
Win XP/Vista/Windows 7 Apr 2, 2012 MULTI LANGUAGE 35.55 exe
Install Guide (Software) (ver.Install Guide)
Win XP/Vista/Windows 7 Apr 2, 2012 MULTI LANGUAGE 3.67 pdf
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< BD-E5300 Firmware > This Firmware update provides the following benefits:Ver.1015.5 Apr.30. 2014Ver.1014.1 Jul.26. 2013

- Improved system stabilityVer.1011.1 Feb.14. 2013

- Improved disc playability Ver.1009.2 June 01. 2012

- Improved disc playability Ver.1008.2 May 04. 2012

- Improved disc playability Ver.1006.0 April 09. 2012

- Improved disc playability Ver.1005.1 March. 30. 2012

- Improved disc playability

All OS Apr 30, 2014 ENGLISH 137.38 zip

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All OS Feb 14, 2013 ENGLISH 0.2 pdf

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