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Toshiba 2109 RCE hack?

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Player Multiregion Hacks' started by odious, Nov 16, 2001.

  1. odious

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    Can I get my UK sourced auto detect multi region SD 2109 to play region 1 RCE discs?
     
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    I think its possible but don't quote me! If you put in a non RCE disc let it go through the security malarky and then insert a RCE and use goto very quickly it might work. It works on 100s and 200s I think.
     
  3. Jase

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    Or you could try:

    When the world map comes up:

    Press Memory on the remote

    in the Title box enter 01

    in the Chapter box enter 00

    then press Enter and it should play the disc.

    Failing that, as this is the supposed hack for my Toshiba 210 but it doesnt actually work!!

    Try this
    again at the world map

    Press Title
    enter 01 in the Title
    00 in the chapter box
    press Enter
    then turn OFF the player via the remote
    turn it back on again and the disc will play.

    But you´ll probably need to press the Audio button on the remote to change to 5.1 as most discs default to Pro-logic.

    Hope this helps
    cheers
     
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    with my 2109 I press stop like crazy as the drawer is closing to stop the World Map coming up. At the blank blue screen press T [Title] twice entering 0:00:01 in for the start time.

    sometimes, often actually, no sound then pressing the Audio button, up-down does the trick.
     

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