I followed the instructions which came with the URC to program it for controlling my Blu-Ray player. However, the procedure to make the player region free did not yield any result. Taa STracking Core();\nvar Rover Sync Dropped = true;\nvar _plsubt Inp=;var _pls UBTTQ=;var Taa SId Map Tracker Obj = new Taa SId Map Tracker(); Taa SId Map Tracker Obj.rover Service(\u0022* Compatibility with the newly released BD-R/RE format (BDMV).
Note: if your controller doesn't have a 'Magic' button, use 'Setup'. Presser 001891 (programmation de la touche 1 – le bouton DVD clignote deux fois) 8. Maintenir le bouton Magic enfoncé jusqu'à ce que le bouton DVD clignote deux fois. Neither on the remote (other than the one-time flashing that happens with every press of any button) nor on the player.
It is very important to use the 0533 setup code to setup your DVD controller - even if this code doesn't appear to work. In my case, pressing on the number 5 powered the Blu-ray player on and off.. Bonjour, Je viens d'acheter un lecteur sony 400 (Model BDP CX 960 J'essaye votre manip mais sans succès lorsque l'on fait la manipulation avec la "One for all", le lecteur doit-être éteint ou allumé (je ne comprends pas la phrase Use the Sony remote to bring the player out of standby). Maintenir le bouton Magic enfoncé jusqu'à ce que le bouton DVD clignote deux fois. However, it must have worked because I can play my region 1 DVDs now.
Does any one know if what we are doing to hack our players can actually brick them and cause what is happening to me?
I have sent the player in to have it exchanged for a new one, it is still under warranty.
I also cannot say if the "0533" or "00533" code already did the trick in my first two attempts because there was never any feedback (flashing) if the commands I sent were successfully received or not.
I also did not try to play the DVD inbetween the attempts of the different initiall "533 codes".To those people with region-1 players (USA/Canada etc.) I've heard that this method can't be used to make it region free though I can't personally confirm this.Has someone with a region-1 Sony Blu-Ray player managed to make theirs region-free?We tried also a code (1516 in our case) that would allow us to control the player with the One For All control, but the only thing we achieved was to turn the player ON and OFF by pressing 5... I have a BPD-BX2 and using the oneforall remote procedure (URC 7740) I have a couple questions: After inputting the 0533 I jumped right into the other steps and everything blinked on each step. I have no idea what stand by is so I turned it off and back on. I have tried Region 1, 2 and 3 DVDs and now thankfully it will play them all! Does anyone know if resetting the DVD player to factory default settings is required before doing this hack? Unfortunately it does not seems to work with my SONY BDP S6200 - Canada and One4All URC7960 All the process seems to go well until entering 1,2,3,4,5 ...My blu ray was on the whole time I did the code with the words Home showing on the display screen. I disconnected the player from the mains and then plugged it in again just to check if it would lock again but it seems it is still region free. I have no acknowledgment and the player is still not zone free Use the Sony remote to bring the player out of standby, make sure there isn't a disc in it; Press 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 on the One For All [email protected], Le lecteur doit être éteint lorsque vous faite la manip avec la télécommande One4All. - Une fois la programmation terminée, allumez votre BD avec la télécommande Sony - Reprogrammez le lecteur BD avec la télécommande One4All - La lumière blue 24p se met à clignoter sur le lecteur (je ne sais pas si votre modèle en a une..) - Mettez votre lecteur en standby avec la télécommande Sony J'ai remarqué qu'il était essentiel de programmer la télécommande One4All avec le code 0533 pour que cela marche (S480) Bonne chance // david Version française: 0. Maintenir le bouton Magic enfoncé jusqu'à ce que le bouton DVD clignote deux fois. Unfortunately I missed the opportunity to try and see if the DVD would have played with the player in its out of the box state.