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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Region code
Oh the beauty of copyright. It's only put there to bypass anyway. Manufacturers spend millions of dollars to safeguard their copyright and some snotty nosed schoolboy beats the complete system in an afternoon. A good session of Googling may find you the code or push button sequence you need to disable the zone lockouts. If that fails it doesn't hurt to ask the TV salesman where you bought the TV. BMW
Posted on Jun 07, 2006
With the indulgence of yalmer...
To my knowledge, PS3s are basically region free, unfortunately it is the TV (more often) that can not display the video. Australia and Singapore both are using PAL (576i) system while Region 4 is using NTSC (480i), completely different color system. Hence the TV where the PS3 is connected to should be capable of either PAL or NTSC. Alternately, most PAL TVs can play 480i (NTSC) if and only if they’re hooked up using SCART RGB connector.
On to your other concern of making a Daewoo DV-900 region free, pls try below steps:
2.With Control push 8 2 8 6 and 0
3.It will display on screen REGION FREE
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
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Posted on Mar 16, 2008
Converting the player to Multi-Region:
Requires the use of a Palm Pilot w/Palm OS 3.0 or later and the OmniRemote Pro from http://www.pacificneotek.com/
(Other PDAs using Palm OS and compatible with the OmniRemote Pro from http://www.pacificneotek.com/ can also be used).
1. Program the Palm Pilot/OmniRemote. For instructions on programming the Palm Pilot/OmniRemote click How to Program the Palm Pilot.
2. Power on the DVD player without any DVD in the tray.
3. Keep the programmed Palm Pilot close to the IR port of the DVD player.
4. Start the OmniRemote program.
5. Place OmniRemote in TV mode and tap the "0" button on the OmniRemote.
6. The DVD player will power off.
7. Power the DVD player on again. Check the Region-free status by playing a DVD.
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
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