Zimcloud, Thank you for your help!
but i didn´t find the answer for my problem on this site www.videohelp.com. It´s don´t exisist my DVD model.
Can you find the solution of my problem for me?
I will be very happy, because i´ve already not watch any dvd om my portable dvd player lock.
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Since most manufactures use the same company, look at the back of the unit and see if it says something like Funi, or another name-not associated with your units brand name. Then go back to video help . com and find a unit that has the same features as yours, and is the same name as the name on the back of your unit-but not the same brand.
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Sort answer, you can't. It's locked in by the manufacture.
But there are a lot of hacks that might allow you to unlock them. http://www.videohelp.com/dvdhacks or similar site and see if your exact player model is in the list. If so follow the instructions to unlock or reset the player.
OK...Here's an old trick-just might work. Take the original remote from your machine, go to one of those big stores that has shelves of plugged in demo players, point your remote at the demo machines, and press the power on/off button on your remote. The machine that turns on or off to your remote is the one that uses the same factory codes as yours. Write down the model number, and brand of the machines that work off your remote-hopefully there will be more than one- and run the search through www.videohelp.com 's data search page. Sounds like a long way to go-but that's why I use this as a last resort.
There are a couple sites I found that offer the codes for that player and the BD-P1000. I am not sure if I am allowed to post the links for those sites but the link to the site zimcloud posted is one of the places I saw it listed. You can google the model and region code and a list of sites come up.