Yes, here's no lottery, BD-E is E seriestbeer wrote:OK I'm in now Should I be using the E-series bluray topics?
First root then you should be able to remove Cinavia once successful:
How do I disable OTN on my BD-ES6000 ? And then I should put those SamyGo files to FAT usb stick, right? And then what do I do to remove Cinavia? Hope someone wants to help me get this fixed
OTN is not possible on my bluray player .. Anyhow I did the following steps:zoelechat wrote:About OTN, look at sectroyer's sig, it's big and red enough, but know that it might not be possible on BD players. In such case skip that step. For the rest, nothing's here to confuse you, just follow steps from links above carefully
Seems to be working, but about those last steps ..
Reboot Bluray and Start the Web Browser
Now SamyGO is started and telnet/ftp/etc. should work.
When I open the browser it just shows http://www.msn.com/ , how can I be sure it's rooted?
Then about this: viewtopic.php?f=70&t=8126
How do I do this please? I'm not familiar with these chmod's .. Hope you wanna help me with this
Try to connect to BD player's IP through FTP or Telnet. No connection=not rooted.tbeer wrote:how can I be sure it's rooted?
Telnet. Google might be more helpful than metbeer wrote:How do I do this please? I'm not familiar with these chmod's .. Hope you wanna help me with this