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Amazon Video Streaming on Samsung BD-C5500 1080p Blu-ray Disc Player: Is it supported now? Feb 24, 2011
The question is still, "Will it be supported? " any time line?
No. The Amazon spp from Samsung will not work as of 6 months ago. Go to Samsungs app site to see if they have reworked it to support this player. I know a lot of people want them to do it.
Compataible Wifi Adapters: Hi Everyone, will any wifi adapter work for this blu ray player or do I need a specific one? Dec 18, 2010
Yes, you have to use the WIS09AGBN adapter. The WIS09AGBNX/XA will not work.
Amazon Instant Video & Samsung BD5500 or others: Regarding Samsung BD5500 and watching Amazon's Instant Video; Can you not answer these questions? Mar 9, 2012
Can Samsung please create an App (application) for the BD5500 so that the users can watch Amazon's Instant Video without having to buy media player that has the Amazon App? Thanks.
Problems networking the Samsung BD-5500: Anyone have any suggestions as to why I can't connect my computer and BD-player to the router at the same time? Jun 1, 2010
Will this unit work with any other wireless USB adapter other than the Samsung stick which cost twice as much?
H.264, DivX, Xvid, mkv playback? Can anyone confirm if this player does support DivX, DivxHD, Xvid, H.264, etc playback? Nov 29, 2010
I own the Samsung BD- C5500 and it does support Divx files,Xvid, H.264 BP/MP/HP. Excellent player for the money along with easy set-up.
Why does this unit freeze/stop playing Blue Ray DVD's half-way through? It stopped at 1:09:46, won't go further Firmware updated, is Samsung crap? Apr 9, 2015
Robert R., It could be something with the motor. Without knowing more details, it's difficult to determine. Please reach out to the Samsung customer service center for live troubleshooting and repair options - if the unit needs to be inspected further. Thanks for your interest in Samsung products. --Mr. S
is this samsung dvd wireless wifi Dec 20, 2014
Yes, this unit has wireless wifi capability, BUT you have to buy the USB dongle. My experience is that performance is inconsistent, and too often I would get a message saying my internet connection was too slow, after multiple long pauses for rebuffering. This was particularly a problem with streaming Netflix. Now I only use the unit for the audio for my home theatre system, because the Blu-Ray player won't play Blu-Rays and can't be updated, and the issues with the wifi reception.