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I have a Samsung BD-C6900 (3D Blu-ray Player) and have been trying to make it region free from the original region 2 setting. I have tried the Repeat+5+7+5+3+8 code without any luck.. I need help.. I am a global traveller and a lot of my DVDs come from various regions.. Also.. it seems that the hack works for other regions as well.

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I have sought to change mine to all regions, but have had no success, yet.

Here is a link with some info that might help.

http://forum.videohelp.com/threads/232568-DVD-Hacks-List-FAQ-%28region-free-macrovision-free-others%29

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