Blu-ray player not detected on Samsung TV
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If you're experiencing problems with your Samsung blu-ray player connecting to your TV, you may want to try updating the firmware on your TV. Another thing to check would be the connection between the TV and HDMI jack of the production. Also, check if your TV supports the 576p/480p. 720p, 1080p or 2160p HDMI input resolution. To view video in the HDMI 720p, 1080p or 2160p output mode, you must use a high speed (category 2) HDMI cable
Follow the instructions below for your Blu-ray player to work normally on your TV.
For steps on connecting your Blu-ray player to a TV, please click here.
Problems may occur if the selected HDMI Colour Format is not set to Auto. In order to view the display you will need to set your Samsung TV HDMI Colour Format to Auto.
Follow the instructions below to change the HDMI colour format to Auto:
How to setup a wireless connection on my Blu-ray player?
You can set up a wireless connection in one of the following ways:
- Wireless Automatic
- Wireless Manual - Use this method when the wireless automatic does not work or when you have a static IP.
- WPS (PBS)
- WPS (PIN)
Please note: During wireless network configuration, any wired or wireless connection established will be disconnected.
Select one of the preferred methods to connect your Blu-ray device to a wireless network connection:
Before commensing, open the router's setup menu on your PC and access the screen with the WPS PIN entry field.
- For instructions on how to access the route's set up screen or refer to the router user manual.
- For a WPS connection, set your wireless router security encryption method to AES. WPS connections does not support WEP security encryption.
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