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If the dvds which are "all regions" are recorded from a computer, your dvd player may not play them. I assume the dvds which have a region code have been professionally prepared. Sometimes, the cheap dvd players will play anything while the more sophisticated ones will give you trouble unless everything is just perfect.
you do a search for "region free hack" and the name / model of your player. not all players are capable bu most are. if you find one set it to region 0 ZERO that is simply put the play anything region
I fully support region free as I think the consumer should be able to buy dvds anywhere they want and watch what they want. Nor do I class the type of hack as piracy in any way now wheres my parrot and cutlas
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I know this was posted a while ago but i can answer your question.
Insert your USB drive or SD Card and turn on your dvd player. Grab your remote and press 'Switch' on the bottom left of the control. Select USB, Card or DVD from the list and hit Enter. Another little pop up will appear showing you that a device has been inserted. Just hit Enter again and it will display the contents. Select your file and press Enter or Play.
To switch back to the DVD you can either use the 'switch function again or just turn off, remove your device and turn back on again.
Sometimes, hitting "1" on your remote when it's loading bypasses the region sector and allows the movie to be played without functionality of menus. If that doesn't work you can either play it on your computer or search for software that'll put the movie onto your harddrive taking region block off and with the right knowhow back it up onto a dvd blank that'll work. Though if you aren't good with computers, the best way is to buy a cheap $20-$50 dvd player that can be remote programmed to be region free or buy your machine from any Chinatown store.