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The player might already be messed up since it sounds like it locked up already during a firmware update.At some point after several hours you will need to power cycle it since something is wrong.If the player is stuck in download then the website for the firmware updates might have went down and power cycling will not be a problem.If it finished downloading the update and was trying to install it, then something might have went wrong and it locked up.If the player for some reason locks up and freezes during a flash of the firmware install the player would need to be serviced by Samsung unless they designed a backup firmware image that can be restored during the power cycle.
No firmware update should take more then 30 minutes with the slowest broadband connection.
Sometimes it just helps to step away from a situation and you can get a better angle on the situation. It was a PS3 game that I had for a year and there were a ton of updates done at the same time. I'm on your side, I don't want to see any damage to your TV or player.
Sometimes it just helps to step away from a situation and you can get a better angle on the situation.
After power cycling the player if the new firmware is not installed you will need to do the update again. I have done several firmware updates with LAN connections on several players and never had a problem.
Around 10 minutes over LAN is the normal update time.
It would be ideal to have the BLU-RAY player automatically turn on once a week or once a month in the middle of the night and download the latest updates when the player is not being used.