Question about Philips DVD 622 DVD Player
Some dvd's aare not getting played its showing incorrect region code please help me
This is for DVP31XXX series i hope it works all on DVP31 series. It has been tested on DVP3146K /51 and it has been worked...
1. Make sure there is no disc in the player.
2. Turn power off and on again.
3. Open the tray.
4. On the remote, hit 9879 and then 0. This changes unit to Region 0, meaning it'll play all regions.
5. Hit OK on the remote.
Good Luck Guys!
Posted on Oct 27, 2008
Press setup, go down to the lock symbol. do not enter it, just have it highlighted, then press "0" seven times. this will make it region free. also applies to most LG DVD players and DVD recorders. Hope it helped, murderface.
Posted on Jan 11, 2008
Many customers want to play DVDs from other countries, or that they bought overseas. Our DVD players will ONLY play dvds from Region 1. On the back of the DVD case, there is a small symbol, it is a picture of a globe with a number on it. That number MUST be 1, or 1-5. If it says anything else, that DVD cannot be played. It also states this in the manual. Customers may ask how to change the region code in our players. We cannot advise them how to do it, and as far as Samsung has informed us, you cannot change the region code. Other players may have this ability, or they may say they can find this out online, but we dont know how to change this, or if its even possible. Refer the customer to a dealer to inquire about multi region, or region-free DVD players, which Samsung does not make. Region codes prevent DVD players bought in one geographical region from playing DVDs bought in other geographical regions. There are 8 regions (also called "locales"). Manufacturers usually mark players and discs with the number of the region with which they are compatible, superimposed on a world globe. DVD players have only one number. Discs can have more than one or, in some cases, none. Discs with no region code numbers play on any player in any country. A DVD player's region code is incorporated into the firmware of the DVD player by the manufacturer. It cannot be changed by the customer. A list of region codes and regions is below. REGION CODE REGION 1 USA, Canada 2 Europe, Middle East, Japan, South Africa 3 South Korea, Taiwan, HK, ASEAN 4 Australia, NZ, Latin America 5 Ex-Soviets, Indian sub-continent, Africa 6 China So your next question will be, can I change the region code? DVD movies have region codes, and they typically only play on a player or DVD-ROM drive sold in the country where the DVD movie was sold. The DVD player or drive has a region code in its firmware. Personal computer DVD-ROM players often have the code in the software or MPEG-2 decoder. The two codes must match for the player or drive to play the movie. Region Codes cannot be changed by the end user. Doing so will result in firmware damage.
Posted on Sep 18, 2007
My philips dvd player show me this error
please help me
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
I have a Samsung E136B DVD player purchased in Dubai, I need the country codes to enable me to view Imported DVD's - pse assist.
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
Costs $10 but well worth it.
Region codes can be changed on most DVD Players without any harm to the player. They can also be changed on PC players but if not small software programs can be found on Google that change the region for the dvd that is being played.
Posted on Jan 06, 2008
You can change your region codes some do it easy some a little more complacated i will give you some weg sites that are free to use no fee like most http://www.regionfreedvd.net/player/pioneer.html
these are just for two make but if you change name of make in web address to your model will be able to find yours.
Posted on Jan 03, 2008
I think ur dvd is older virsion,, in case u change region ,i hope it ont work,for all disc,, not worth.
Posted on Sep 09, 2007
SOURCE: incorrect region code
This is how to make Philips DVD 622 region free so that it can play VCDs from all regions.
*Open CD tray by holding down "stop" button on the remote.
*Hold down "OK" button on the remote till 9 appears in the TV screen
*Turn off power of your DVD player
*Turn your DVD player on and it is region free now
Posted on Jan 01, 2008
SOURCE: unlock region code
Keep Tray in eject position
Press Setup from remot
Go to preference page
Using Navigation Key chane region code to "0"
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
Open the tray NO DISC
Press 2812 on the remote
Continue pressing OK till you get 9 displayed on the screen
Power off and switch on.
The player should now be region free
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
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