Originally Posted by Bob Pariseau
The Settings page allows you to view and change all of the player's Settings. It is particularly cool because it works even when an app like Netflix is running which seizes control of the User Interface and prevents access to the settings using the normal remote.
It isn't loading for you because your player firmware is out of date. The current Official firmware is 80-1031.
If you are in the US or Europe, network install should get you that. If not, you can download your regional version by going to the Support page on the correct OPPO web site (OPPO Digital for North American players or OPPO UK for European players) and nabbing the file for install via a USB stick. If you are in other regions, check with your local distributor's web site to see if the local firmware update has been released yet.
thanks for the reply... unfortunately, even now that my 103d has been updated to the latest firmware (bdp10x-80-1031, the settings button on the oppo mediacontrol for bdp-10x app is still not working, all other app buttons work fine (browse, now playing, remote, touch control and more) .... when i select "settings" (which launches "setup" according to the screen grabs), i either get endless spinning dots or a "tap to reload" message that returns me to the endless spinning dots when tapped... i have uninstalled and reinstalled the app several times and i have also performed hard rests on the opp unit, still no love.... also, the app reports "the player has disconnected" about 5 minutes after launch... fwiw i've met all of oppo's requirements in terms of this app functioning correctly which includes:
1. This application will only work with players that have a supported firmware version
installed. The latest firmware can be downloaded from the OPPO Digital website.
2. The following conditions must be met in order for the application to wake the
player from standby mode: the player’s wireless adapter must be connected to the
player’s rear USB 1 port OR the player must be connected to your network via wired
Ethernet, and the player must have “Quick Start” mode selected under Setup Menu /
Device Setup / Standby Mode.