If not, give these instructions to tech support or a tech-savvy friend/nephew/paperboy and they will figure it out.If I connect it with a wired Ethernet connection will this fix it?Only way to get it back to being responsive is to unplug the Blu-ray player and then plug it back in.I contacted Samsung on it and they said they knew about the problem and the tech I chatted with said well if it has the problem with Netflix not to watch Netflix on it. They need to mark it not to use with Netflix if they won't release a new firmware to fix the issues.Or will it do this every time I try to connect wirelessly?I am very mad to find out that you must use internet to use anything on the Xbox One but come on Microsoft what does the Blu Ray player need internet for please explain to me why it needs internet while a PS4 can play a movie without internet.
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Over the line with customer service I have verified that my Blu-ray player is up to date. I bought my Samsung BD-J5700/ZA from Sears to replace a Sony I had.