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Samsung BD-E5300 21 user region code/hacks December 25, 2013 Post region code/hack comment
Region code hack posted by Cactus64, May 13 2012:

To change the DVD region (not BluRay region) of this player (this is for region 2):

1. Open disk tray without disk and close. Upper left part of screen will show "no disk". While that is showing press "return". (third button from left on bottom)

2. Immediately press 5 7 5 3 8 (or substitute for your regions code, see below)

3. Your current region code will appear top left of screen, Press 9 to change to region 9 (no region).

Region change complete.

Other regions, substitute number in step 2 with relevant code below.
1 2 9 3 3 4
2 5 7 5 3 8
3 5 6 7 3 2
4 7 6 8 8 4
5 5 3 8 1 4
6 2 4 4 6 2







Region code hack posted by easyglider, May 18 2012:

This method is not working on US player...at least for me its
not working, tried with Stop, Repeat and Return - all buttons.



Region code hack posted by dxpaap, May 21 2012:

I have a USA region player - this hack did not work



Region code hack posted by ViTAR, June 04 2012:

Corrected version, merged from BD-C5300, since first one not
worked.

1. Switch on.
2. Move cursor to the videos section (rather than Internet)
3. Open and close disk tray
4. When "No disk" appears, smoothly and consistently press
REPEAT 5 7 5 3 8 REPEAT
(REPEAT = third button from left on bottom)
5. It shows "2" in the top left. Press "9" for multi region
6. Switch off and back on again

Other regions, substitute numbers in step 4 with relevant
region code below:
region 1 2 9 3 3 4
region 2 5 7 5 3 8
region 3 5 6 7 3 2
region 4 7 6 8 8 4
region 5 5 3 8 1 4
region 6 2 4 4 6 2

Tested for region 2.



Region code hack posted by Ivanho, September 04 2012:

All of the details in the above post are correct, except you must wait for the number to disappear from the screen before you press 9. I didn't realise this at first and accidently set the region to 5. Cue a slightly stressful few mins until I realised this!

Player was bought on 3/9/12 with Firmware 1006 installed. Hack was applied and then player connected to network and updated to 1009.2. Player is still multi-region (tested with Kill Bill (R1), Revenge of the Sith (R2) )



Region code hack posted by LeifD, September 24 2012:

Tried the hacks above on my UK Samsung E5300 - but it has been
updated to 1009 firmware and despite trying 10+ times the hack
doesn't seem to work - never saw a number flash up



Region code hack posted by skydig1, September 28 2012:

this is for region 2 only!

2. turn on player

3. Press the eject button on your remote to open the tray.

4. Press the eject button on your remote to close the tray.

5. As soon as the "No Disk" message appears at the top left corner do the following immediately

6.press audio 57538 repeat 57538(not the repeat a-b)

7.pres 9

enjoy



Region code hack posted by LeifD, September 28 2012:

Just tried the latest hack above with mixed success. Managed
to change the region - first to 3 and then to 5. Am now a bit
stressed as I can't seem to get it to change to 9 - I never
saw 2 flash up - first number I saw was 3, then 5. Both only
one time - which leads me to suspect that we don't actually
need the second 57538 - can anyone confirm...so at this point
1 step forward and 2 steps back.



Region code hack posted by Julzito, September 28 2012:

I just bought a BD-E5300 player, is a Region 1 2012 player
from the states.

I don't have two keys labelled repeat, and I don't have a
MENU button. Just HOME, TOOLS, INFO, DISC MENU, TITLE MENU.

The last two rows of keys in the remote are:

A - B - C - D
REPEAT - AUDIO - SUBTITLE - FULL

Any idea of how can I hack this?

Any help would be veeeery aprecciated. Sorry for the
question!
Thanks!



Region code hack posted by mmarcelaa, October 02 2012:

Sorry for the question too but I really need to do that hack cause without it, I cant see my dvds from my country, only blue-rays at my player. =/

I have the same problem from the last person....I bought a BD-E5300 from USA have a couple of weeks - so its a region 1 player and I am from Brazil (region 4)...I NEED to unlock my player to multi-region cause I have dvds from UK, US and Brazil...

I tried all the unlocks in this forum but none worked for me. Dont appear the number of the region at left top of screen after I put the code from region 1. Dont appear anything after the code. I tried many times....I put the code with REPEAT and RETURN bottoms and nothing happens. I am very sad about it!

PLEASEEEEEE, anyone can HELP MEEEEE?
thanks a lot for our help in advanced.




Region code hack posted by DocInOz, October 12 2012:

Previous post by skydig1 used on a bde5300 bought in Australia, region 4.
Use the method below and substitute the code for region 4 as given in the
previous posts. Entered 9 after the 4 disappeared from the top left. All good
now. Firmware version is BSP-E5300WWB-1010.1

2. turn on player

3. Press the eject button on your remote to open the tray.

4. Press the eject button on your remote to close the tray.

5. As soon as the "No Disk" message appears at the top left corner do the
following immediately

6.press audio 57538 repeat 57538(not the repeat a-b)

7.pres 9

enjoy






Region code hack posted by sihui, October 16 2012:

Tried for several days with no luck, for me (region 2) this worked:

1. turn on player

2. Press the eject button on your remote to open the tray.

3. Press the eject button on your remote to close the tray.

4. As soon as the "No Disk" message DISAPPEARS (!!!) at the top left corner do the following immediately

5.press "repeat" "57538" "repeat"

6.press 9 for region free





Region code hack posted by kyel, October 26 2012:

I did the same as above (MOSTLY, BUT MINOR DETAIL ADDED IN CAPS) for a player purchased in Norway:

1. turn on player

2. Press the eject button on your remote to open the tray.

3. Press the eject button on your remote to close the tray.

4. As soon as the "No Disk" message appears at the top left corner do the following immediately

5.press audio 57538 repeat 57538(not the repeat a-b)

6.pres 9 - AFTER THE 2 DISAPPEARS. THIS CHANGED MINE FROM REGION 2 TO REGION FREE.




Region code hack posted by lostinbethesda, November 11 2012:

Hi,

I have recently purchased a Samsung BD-E5300 Blue-Ray player in the US (region 1) and would like to be able to play region 2 DVD's also. I have tried to apply the fixes from this site but nothing has worked. The last 2 rows of my remote control have the following keys:
A - B - C - D
Blank (says REPEAT above) - Blank (says AUDIO above) - Blank (says SUBTITLE above) - SCREEN (says FULL above)

It seems as though I have the same issue as Julzito from September 28 2012.

Can anybody help?
Thanks,
LostInBethesda



Region code hack posted by bebarhood, November 17 2012:

I have the Samsung HT-E6750W (Region 2) and was able to make it region free for DVD just as the comments above suggested. However, my player is still locked for BD. Is there a hack to make the BD region free for Blu-ray films?



Region code hack posted by Jimono, January 02 2013:

i tried this on remote AK59-00146A and this did not work for Region 1 code if you are also trying this for region 1 did it work for anyone else and if it did what remote did you use and firmware.

I have noticed the other remotes for other regions are different most do not have Netflix and pandora buttons.








Region code hack posted by commandcolt, April 20 2013:

This is for REGION 4 PLAYERS
but here's a list of codes for other regions:

region 1 29334
region 2 38767
region 3 56732
region 4 76884
region 5 53814
region 6 24462

I got a remote that have a REPEAT Button on Right side below the PAUSE Button and on top of INFO Button and to the right of NETFLIX Button. This Button is not printed but on top of it between PAUSE and this Button is printed REPEAT.


Step 1: turn On your Samsung BD-E5300
Step 2: After "No Disc" label Dissapear Press:
REPEAT 76884 REPEAT (HOLD second REPEAT until
Number of Region Shows in top left corner).

NOTE: all sequence within 2.5 to 3 seconds.
be consistent.
If nothing happens repeat it again just
there no need to open close tray or turn off
and back on.

Step 3: Press the number of the region You want or press
9 for region free.
Step 4: Turn OFF and BACK ON and you are ready.




Region code hack posted by riz-man, June 06 2013:

Just to confirm what others have said,

After the disc tray closes and the "no disc" message comes
up on the top left corner of the screen, press "repeat" and
then type "58537". The current region number will be
displayed on the top left corner - simply change the region
as required. I don't actually remember pressing anything
after this - I thin the change was saved automatically (not
sure).

I bought a BD-E5300 from Argos on the June 06, 2013
(difficult to find now they've been replaced by the BD-
F3100.

The "repeat" button is the third button from the left...on
the very last line at the bottom of the remote (it's not the
"repeat A B" button which is second to the left).



Region code hack posted by paladin127, June 26 2013:

Hello all.

I have a E5300 purchased in the US (Region 1) about 9 months
ago and have tried several times to make the DVD player non-
regional and have run into the same problems others have with
the Region 1 model.

Has anyone been able to solve this particular problem?





Region code hack posted by merlo4u, December 20 2013:





Region code hack posted by Skov_Nielsen, December 25 2013:

how to play reagion 1




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