Updating playstation 3 blu ray


23-May-2016 03:11

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Set Up Power Connection Blu Ray Settings Blu Ray Network Update Blu Ray Update Notifications Community Q&A Sony Blu Ray players are designed to be updated frequently with the newest programming, called "firmware." Although the updates used to be done with a disc, they can now be performed over the Internet.

Learn more about how to update a Sony Blu Ray player.

If your PS3™ system software version is 4.81 (or later), you do not need to perform this update.

An update to the PS3 system software was released on April 22, 2010.

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He also mentioned future upgrades to support 3D photos and 3D You Tube videos. When the 3D Blu-ray upgrade hits homes this fall, the crucial installed base of 3D-compatible Blu-ray hardware will increase significantly; there are "35.8 million Play Station 3s out there," according to Hocking.

The upgrade, which we assume will be free as usual, makes the cost of upgrading to 3D a bit less expensive than before. On a technical note we wondered at CES in January, when we first heard about the 3D PS3 Blu-ray update, whether the console would be able to handle the "full HD" 3D called for in the Blu-ray standard, which we were told needs HDMI 1.4-compatible hardware.Please click on the link below for the studio releasing the disc you would like information about and you will be directed to their web page.