Question about Audio Players & Recorders
If you live in the US your region code is 1
if you are able, put in 0. this will allow you play DVD's from all over the world regardless of region code on the particular DVD.
DVD region code
Posted on Mar 02, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Unlock code for LG LH-T360
1. Power on the player with no disk in the drive
2. Press "PAUSE" on the remote
3. Enter "3 1 4 1 5 9" on the remote (the word COdE appears on the display)
4. Enter "0" on the remote (0 = All Regions, 1 = Region 1, 2 = Region 2, etc.)
5. Press "PAUSE" on the remote
6. Power the player off and then back on
Posted on Apr 13, 2008
Please unplug unit from wall socket for minute to get it reset, replug back in, turn it On and check.
If problem does not solve then let me know how old is this unit and is it under warranty?
Posted on Apr 10, 2011
SOURCE: Cannot run certain DVd on
Most DVD players have their Region Code locked to only work for the country that the player was purchased from. In other words if you bought your player in Britain and then tried to play a DVD you bought from the US, you would get the error message that you are now seeing. The manufacturers do this due to the licensing agreement they have with the studios. This way you are limited to DVD's only from the country of origin.
That being said they are people who hack into DVD players and are able to read the basic operating system of the player. They are then able to find the unlock code that will allow the player to play DVD's from any region. They will then post those codes and the method to enter the codes, on different websites so that anyone with one of the model numbers listed can unlock that player.
Unfortunately not all players have been hacked this way. I searched the different sites on the Internet and your player is not listed. This means that for now you will only be able to play DVD's that are coded with your players Region Code, or DVD's that are branded as having no Region Code on them. There are sites on the Internet that sell these types of DVD's, and you can find them by simply searching using Google.
The other alternative is to purchase one of the hacked machines that are available on the Internet. These seller's have hacked their players permanently so that they will play any and all Region Codes right out of the box. Again if you do a Google search you will find many sites that can sell you a hacked unit. They even sell the same type of system as your present home theatre.
Posted on May 15, 2011
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