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Panasonic RV32 region hack ??????

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Player Multiregion Hacks' started by brunocar5, Dec 24, 2002.

  1. brunocar5

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    Hi, I've just bought this player and was advised that no code was required, but having tried a region 1 disc is does not play. Looking at some previous threads I've found that there is a remote code, can anyone tell me how it's done ???


    Thanks

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  2. WYNIR0

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    I also have a RV 32 but can;t get any ofthe hacks I've found to work. Anyone know if this playe is hackable?

    Thanks in advance.
     
  3. avolee

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    unfortunately there are no handset hacks for this player, i have been looking for ages.
    i ended up getting a remote that did it for me, and it now plays everything thrown at it
     
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    Thanks, How much and where from if you don't mind me asking?

    I have a Compaq Ipaq with infrared, anyone know if I could use that to multiregion my player?
     
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    i got it off a company called www.dvdcodes.net i think.
    it was a remote that i pointed at the player pressed a button, the machine flashed a couple of times and i switched it off, back on and that took all of 20 seconds to complete, and since then it has played everything thrown at it.
    the remote cost 20quid, but after using it i sent it back in the envelope provided( you dont keep the remote). brilliant.
     

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