I work for a retail store,and we received 2 PS3 60GB models.One of them went on display,the other I won it.Once powered on,it says "Demonstration Mode 2.3" on the bottom right corner.
Is there a way I can get it out of this demo mode and basically turn it into a regular PS3?The only thing I can do with it is update and play/watch demos that are loaded on it. Thanks
and the ps3 will be unlocked from demo mode. but be aware that this will only be for a couple of minutes. so make sure you have the latest firmware the not demo one but the ordinary from the playstation site on a removable storage media something like a memory stick or flash drive
so you can update immediately after unlocking you ps3! only this way you can completely unlock your system!!
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0F 0F on a Samsung refrigerator display indicates that your unit is in DEMO Mode. In DEMO mode, the lights work, but the refrigerator/freezer, fans, etc. will not operate (this mode is for display/retail purposes in appliance stores). Unfortunately, Samsung does not include any info re: DEMO mode in their user manuals.
To exit DEMO mode and return to operating mode, you will need to push 2 display buttons simultaneously for ~ 3 seconds (you'll hear a small chime, then the display window will display the freezer/fridge temps and will then be out of the 0F 0F DEMO mode). The 2 display buttons that you have to press simultaneously will depend on the model of Samsung refrigerator that you have.
I have a Samsung RF18HFENBSR model (french door, bottom freezer, display at top center of fridge compartment). For this model, you press the Power Freeze & Freezer buttons at the same time to enter/exit DEMO mode).
You might try googling Samsung XXXXXXXXXX Demo Mode, where XXXXXXXXX is your model number, and you may find the display button combo for your model. If not, then you can probably get the combination from Samsung support to return your unit to normal operating mode. Your appliance store may also have that information.
Pam, links below should be helpful in how to get rid of demo.
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The oven can be set to operate in a demo (eg in a retail
store) mode. In this mode the oven does not actually heat
If the oven has been inadvertently supplied in this mode.
The following instructions demonstrate how to exit this mode.
1. Ensure the oven is in the off state. Press and hold the +
button until a beep sounds. The 'Demo' text will begin
2. While holding the + button turn the function selector to
the first oven function until another beep is heard.
3. Then turn the function selector to the 'off' position.
4. Release the + button.
5. Toggle and hold the temperature selector to the right (+)
until 3 beeps sound.
The 'Demo' text will no longer be lit and the oven will
function normally. If the 'Demo' test is still present then
repeat the above procedure.
I think you need to call sony I know online there have been a few people who say they know how but out of the 400+units I have fixed I have never had one of these!
TAKE IT BACK TO THE PAWN AND TELL THEM THEY SOLD YOU A **** UNIT!
From everything I have been able to find, a unit that has demo mode on it, is never supposed to be used for retail consumption. Those modes are only for actual demo models in stores. I reviewed alot of information trying to find this out, but it appears that there is no way around this.