[App] Removing Cinavia on E/F Bluray players

Samsung's BluRay player related hacks.

sectroyer
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Re: [App] Removing Cinavia on E/F Bluray players

Post by sectroyer »

JeppeTh wrote: Haha ;-)
Well , with Cinaviapatch I cant read discs without cinavia either ;-)
Because you didn't read the tutorial completely. It's know issue on F bluray players. There is a workaround in first post. But If ANY F Bluray player would want to pernamently fix I am here :) Just NOBODY was interested in it :P
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Re: [App] Removing Cinavia on E/F Bluray players

Post by JeppeTh »

sectroyer wrote:
JeppeTh wrote: Haha ;-)
Well , with Cinaviapatch I can read discs without cinavia either ;-)
Because you didn't read the tutorial completely. It's know issue on F bluray players. There is a workaround in first post. But If ANY F Bluray player would want to pernamently fix I am here :) Just NOBODY was interested in it :P
O guess I'm blind because I can't see that first post mentions any of this.

Also I'm not so intetested in that anyhow. I want it for plex, or secondly samba.

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Re: [App] Removing Cinavia on E/F Bluray players

Post by underball »

So for my first post, I wanted to confirm that I was successfully able to root, and remove cinavia on my BD-F5900, with the latest firmware ver. 1020 that I just upgraded to this week. The instructions being a bit Engrish made it a little confusing at first, but after a few tries I was able to get it done.

However, I too get the dirty disc error when putting in BD's with cinavia on them. And no, there is nothing in the first post of this thread explaining how to fix that. for now, my fix is to simply remove the USB drive and restart when I want to boot with cinavia enabled for legit cinavia discs, and re-install root and cinavia fix when I want to watch a copied movie with cinavia. Kind of reminds me of the PS3 Cobra dongle.

for those trying to get cinavia defeat done on an F-Series BD player, here's a cleaned up version of the tutorial, no details missing, all in one post:


1. Unpack SamyGO_data_F.zip to FAT USB (from the first post in the thread)
2. Download SamyGO.zip from: http://download.samygo.tv/F%20Series/Widgets/SamyGO.zip to a drive ON YOUR COMPUTER.
3. Extract SamyGO.zip (ON YOUR COMPUTER, NOT on the USB drive.) and find file samyext4.img
4. Copy ONLY the file samyext4.img to the folder SamyGO_data that you already created in step 1, on FAT formatted USB.
5. Download SamyGO_Bluray_F and extract all of it's contents to the root of your FAT USB.
6. Download the Cinavia Patch and extract the contents to the SamyGO_data folder on your USB drive. this will overwrite the original run.sh file, this is fine. ( you don't need this step if not disabling cinavia and just rooting)
7. Now you should have FAT USB with two folders: SamyGO_Bluray_F and SamyGO_data
8. Connect USB to Bluray, already powered on. (Sometimes it is necessary to connect USB WHILE Bluray IS OFF!!!)
9. go to Apps, and then browse with D-pad to "more apps".
10. You might need to wait a few minutes, or go to the "update apps" link at the top, to see the SamyGo app appear.
11. Once it appears, click on the SamyGo app to run it. If you get all green in the bottom 4 lines, you're good.
12. Reboot Bluray and Start the Web Browser (This most likely means you will need to physically unplug your BD player from the outlet for minimum 15 seconds. then plug it back in and turn it on.)

Once it starts again, You should now see your USB drive and a SamyGO_Virt drive connected, in addition to your Allshare/Windows Samba shares. Cinavia is now disabled for streaming movies from shares.

If Cinavia Protected BD Discs give you a "dirty disc" error, simply remove the USB stick and restart your BD player to get them to work. To re-enable Cinavia defeat, Do the process above over from Step 8 on.

thanks to Sectroyer and Erdem, and teh rest who work on this scene. Well worth the small donation.

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Re: [App] Removing Cinavia on E/F Bluray players

Post by ptinourson »

I finally managed to install the Cinaviapatch and thus remove that filthy Cinavia on my BD-F6500
Many thanks to all the people that worked on the new release.
for the owners of F6500, all you have to do once you installed the patch is to open BOTH smarthub then the browser.
when you open the smarthub wait until the samygo widget appears then go to the browser.
if you have done all right, when you open the video section you will find your movie disk and a small one is next to it a "samydrive" one.
Launch a movie that usually contains Cinavia and you will watch the entire movie without any sound interruption

thanks again to the team

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Re: [App] Removing Cinavia on E/F Bluray players

Post by ramasjang »

Can some one please explain how to remove the cinavia audio protection on a Samsung BD ES-5000?

Thanks

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Re: [App] Removing Cinavia on E/F Bluray players

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1st post/ftp/telnet, after root of course.
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Re: [App] Removing Cinavia on E/F Bluray players

Post by ramasjang »

How do I copy the files to the rooted BD? I have FTP with guest login but I can not copy files to folder.

Thanks.

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Re: [App] Removing Cinavia on E/F Bluray players

Post by ramasjang »

I am using OSX and i FTP with safari, I have tried with guest, admin and root with blank password.

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Re: [App] Removing Cinavia on E/F Bluray players

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You already rooted your device? Now read warning at the bottom of 1st post :)
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Re: [App] Removing Cinavia on E/F Bluray players

Post by ramasjang »

Yes the device is rooted followed this guide:
viewtopic.php?f=70&t=8101

I can Telenet to BD with local ip and also connect to the device and see all folders, but I cannot browse to folder and copy files, can some one please help.

Thanks

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