Can someone tell me what's wrong my player? I turn it on an get a message in the upper left corner of the screen that says "Line In". The machine does not play. I plugged the power cord in and it still gives the same message and does not play. Player did work initially - it is not even a week old.
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There don't seem to be a hack available for this player publicly yet. For sure it is possible to get to play all regions, not yet publicly known how todo. Possibly with a hacked firmware but to my knowledge not yet publicly available or no one has yet to do it.
lots of electrical items will use a default security code of 0000 or 1234. if there is nothing in the manual and these codes do not work, then your best option would be to return it to the store for them to find the codes or refund/refpace the item
Try buying a Laser Lens Cleaner Disc from Wal-Mart, FYE music store, or any other place that might sell DVD players. Your Laser Lens that reads the DVD'S is full of dust. Try using the laser lens cleaner disc i mentioned to clean the laser lens.
This is an ongoing issue and Samsung is aware of this and the next Firmware Update should take care of it. If you need to remove this feature in the Menu there is a setting to remove all on screen display messages it will remove the Bonus View message but it will remove also some other useful messages.
Hope this helps till the firmware update is released
It's not the dvd; it's your player. I'm answering my own question. I did a search and found a code that needs to be set into my dvd player. So do a google search asking "wrong region" and the name of your dvd player. Someone is sure to have hacked through the problem and is more than willing to tell you how to fix it. Worked for me! Why does this even happen?
Since the device is new, I suggest that you take it back to the shop, ask for a replacement and check it while in the shop to make sure its working.
This is assuming that you made sure that you're trying to play the correct format discs. Consult the manual on which format DVD's it can support. Its multi-region so that can't be the problem, but its possible that you're trying to play other unsupported formats.
Try also playing other discs - audio discs, DVDs, DIVX etc...
make sure the disc isn't scratched badly.
But the bottom line is you shouldnt have problems on the first day, take it back.