Haven't tried it, but found this online somewhere....
1. Open tray and remove any disks in tray. 2. Close tray. 3. Switch Off Player and Unplug from mains wait 30 seconds (this clears RAM) 4. Reconnect to mains 5. Turn on player with remote. 6. Press ENTER on remote. 5. Press 8, 4, 2, 6, 9. 7. Press ENTER on remote. (The tray will open) 8. Switch off power from remote, then switch back on. 9. Player is now Region Free.
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The copyright protection seems to be embedded in the firmware and is tied into the whole system. I added a fan to my BD-E5900 and the extra draw of power on the board caused the copyright protection to not allow Blurays to play.
2. Switch the player off and then back on. This is necessary to clean-boot the firmware.
3. Wait until the main menu page appears and the player stops doing anything.
4. Press the eject button to open the tray. (The button is between the "Power" and "TV Power" buttons at the top of the controller.)
5. Press the eject button to close the tray.
6. Wait while the player searches for a disk.
7. As soon as the "No Disk" message appears at the top left corner do the following.
8. Press the REPEAT button - just above the TV channel selector at the bottom right of the controller.
9. Enter your former region code (Where you bought the player) from the list given below on the number pad.
10. The region code should appear at the top left corner of the screen.
11. Enter a "9" to make the player region free. (Enter a region code if you want to lock the player to another region for some obscure or perverse reason.)
12. Power down and power up again.
13. Play a foreign DVD to verify the change.
you must start entering the code just after the "No Disk" message is shown and before the message disappears. If you miss a number it won't work
Secondly, the REPEAT key is part of the code. All six keys must be entered smoothly as "REPEAT Region code". The entry gets timed out so you can't stop in the middle and restart. Don't bash away like crazy, just do it smoothly and briskly.
If you don't see the "Region number" the first time, don't worry. Just repeat the process. It may take about a dozen tries before you get it to work.
Not that I know of. The region codes exist to protect copy rights. All I can tell you to do is when you buy a dvd look on the back where you can see which region code the dvd is for and look for the word 'ALL". DVD's with this written on them will play on all players no matter the region code. Look for this picture but with the word ALL instead of a number.
i JUST tried the unlock to multi region for my samsung ht-tz315 and it didn't work does anyone have a crack for this please. thks
the code was
Turn On player with remote Press Enter on the remote Press 8, 4, 2, 6 and 9 on the remote Press Enter on the remote The player will power Off Switch On power from remote