Join Date: Nov 2006
Location: Under the bridge (Lower Michigan)
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If you can afford to possibly permanently brick your tv set and a firmware hack exists that you'd like, you could try it. However if you've never modified firmware before and recovered bricked devices, I wouldn't advise it. Even reflashing with the proper firmware can cause devices to become a brick. So, it all boils down to what your tolerance is and if you are willing to do that to play the odds.
It might be cheaper to buy a device such as a WDTVLIVE unit to play other formats.