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Re: Philips DVP5960 DVD Player unlock code
1. Turn on the unit
2. Open the loading tray
3. Press the "Setup" button on the remote
4. Navigate to the "Preferences" page using the right arrow key
5. Enter 138931
6. You will now see the current region code displayed
7. Use the Up/Down arrow keys to select the region required or "0" for all regions
8. Press the "Setup" button on the remote
9. Press "OK" on the remote
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1. Hack for PAL p-scan using the supplied remote is "play", "159 222 023 00" , then press "play" for region 2 player
2. Enter RC6 command via Pronto
[For multi-region using a OneForAll (URC7560), to generate the RC6 code:
2.1. The remote should be set up to control the DVD (setup code 0539).
2.2. Press the DVD button.
2.3. Press the Magic button.
2.4. Press 085.]
2.5. The display should read '----'.
2.6. Enter the following with the normal Philips remote:
[On newer models, there appears to be 11 spaces in which to enter a code].
222 222 005 255
The player should now be able to output pal progressive scan + be region-free.
Hi, I'm not sure if you can use it for a DVD player, every place I look says it's TV only. Odd, since it has a TV/Video button?!?!? But here are the newest Philips codes: Philips
I resisted this conclusion for years before I finally got smart and purchased Nero - it will convert your mpeg files to VOB format, at which point you can burn a DVD-video that the Philips player will recognize.
Now, there are other options. If the files are either MPEG-1 or MPEG-2, you can burn them as a Video CD, if the files are smaller than 800MB.
What you cannot do is burn the files as a Data DVD or Data CD - the player just isn't capable of recognizing data discs.
You can try downloading several free programs to convert the MPEG's to VOB format, but, in the end, you will probably just end up infesting your computer with malware/spyware/etc.
My professional opinion is to go ahead and purchase Nero or Roxio to do the job.