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DivX compatibility is not a feature of the Lifestyle 35 system. You can contact Bose Support, to inquire as to whether they have any firmware upgrade for DivX compatibility. To the best of my knowledge, there is no such upgrade in existence for the LS35.
Have you tried upgrading the firmware. Check first the firmware of your DVD by opening the tray, then press 37 on the remote, and jot down the version of the firmware, then try to find an upgrade to your version or an improvement to it that fixes the original trouble with some DivX files.
You have to download a set of files, burn them on to a CD or DVD (check the help file in the download) and then insert the CD or DVD to your DVD Player and follow the on-screen instructions. It is really simple, just make sure you download the correct upgrade from the website. And one advice, use a RW DVD or RW CD because you may have to try it many times ;) .
look in the menu and try to change the encoding, There should be 3 options, Unicode, Cyrilic & Greek. Select greek if the .sub or .srt file is in ANSI encoding, or select Unicode if the file is in UTF-8 or Unicode encoding.
To find out the encoding of an .srt file the simpliest thing to do is open them with notepad and got to "File" -> "Save as", The encoding should appear in the bottom of the dialog.
When empty squares appear, it usually means the reader does not have the character set available to display the text. In plain English, the phone does not support Cyrillic - this is not something you can set or download either and is usually coded into the firmware of the phone.
Your best bet is it contact the manufacturer to query the Cyrillic character support.