Automatic firmware updating blue ray
What about the average guy who merely wants to come home from work, plop in a disc, and watch a movie on the plasma that he’ll finish paying off in 2014?Now he’s gotta figure out how to update his player?Arlo Wire-Free and Arlo Pro Wire-Free camera firmware updates happen automatically as long as the cameras are connected to a base station, are powered on, and have at least 15% battery. To view your cameras live, you can wait until the update happens automatically between a.m. For more information about updating your firmware manually, see How do I update my Arlo firmware manually? Very rarely, your camera might go offline if your camera was turned off or had less than 15% battery during an important firmware update.If a firmware update is released while your camera is turned off or the battery is low, the firmware update happens automatically within 24 hours after you turn the camera back on, ensure that it is connected to the base station, and ensure that the battery is not low. If this happens, recharge or replace the low battery, make sure that the camera is on, and then resync the camera with the base station. If a firmware update is in progress, the LED on the camera blinks alternating blue and amber.It ruins the “dumb” experience that is watching a movie—“dumb” in that zero thought or tinkering is required to watch a movie.
We first had to physically move the player so that we could connect it to our router.
We tried to watch the Blu-ray version The Happening at the Deleon abode last night.
That embarrassing admission aside, let me tell you what a complete pain in the neck it was to update the firmware on our player—which we needed to do to watch the movie—the Samsung P1400.
(As if their copy protection is worth anything anyway: you can find Blu-ray rips of retail movies on the day and date of their release, if not sooner.) I worry—well, not worry—that the Blu-ray will forever be hobbled by this type of nonsense.
I want to come home and watch a movie with no thought required.
During the lock-out season of 2004–05, Stoll returned to the AHL, with the Edmonton Roadrunners.