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LG 5620

6 user region code comments

April 12, 2004 Post region code/hack comment
PostRegion code hack posted by, February 13 2003:

Taken from the 'LG 5630' post, tested and worked on the LG 5620 PAL! Have phun!

Region code hack posted by Fitnessman at January 22 2003:[/i]

ENABLE SVCD ON LG DA-5630 home cinema
(tryed with PAL system, NTSC no info - maybe)

1, Power on your DVD without disk (display "NO DISK")
2, Press PAUSE
3, Press on remote control: 1,4,7,2 (you're in service mode: first write the origin characters)and
4, Press UP ARROW (^) key 6 times - on display (in the first row) you see the origin 00 characters
5, Press PROGRAM and 6 keys after press PROGRAM and 5 (the 00 characters changed FE)
6, Press ENTER and RETURN
7, Turn power off and power on the DVD player

It's amazing! Your DVD can play the SVCD!!! :))

PostRegion code hack posted by JHB, March 23 2003:

Just use the file. It worked perfect!

This is the multiregion Hack for the DVD-5000 Series LG DVD Players.

Follow this instructions exactly:

Step 1

Download the file by clicking on the link:

(If you have any problems downloading the file e-mail me and i will send it to you:

Step 2

Unzip the file It will create a directory folder called RMTM0000.

Step 3

You need a CD Writer to write a new disk with the files you've just unziped (RMTM0000 folder).

Step 4

You need a CD burning software (like Easy CD Creator, Nero, CD Clone, HP RecordNow, etc....) to make a Data disc.

Step 5

I've read not to use a 700mb capacity CD-R, but mine worked just fine! For information, I used a Memorex CD-R 700MB 24x. This speed (24x) I think is the key to success, not the capacity or size of the CD-R.

Step 6

Using the CD burning software, create a Data disc and add the directory folder RMTM0000. That's all you need !
*** When burning the disc do not use DirectCD ***

Step 7

Switch "On" your DVD player and TV and insert the newly burned disc. When prompted select "0" for multiregion and then ENTER. Power off and... it's done!

Good Luck!

PostOther hack posted by Lewis Walters, June 12 2003:

I tried the VCD hack suggested for a lot of the other LG series and it works perfectly!

1. Power on the player with no disc in the drive.
2. Press Pause on the remote control.
3. Using the remote control, key in the following: 1, 4, 7, 2 (the
characters 01 47 should appear on the display) [If your player is a non UK
model, this number will probably be different - don't worry]
4. Press the UP arrow three times (the characters 04 Fd should appear on the
[This number may be different depending on the configuration of your
specific model - don't worry]
5. Press Program, 6, Program, 5 (the characters 04 FE should now be
6. Press Enter (the display should flash briefly).
7. Press Return.
8. Power the player off and then back on.
9. Play a VCD!

The SVCD and Multi-region hacks both work too.

PostRegion code hack posted by Guy NOLET, August 05 2003:

using 5630 hack for my 5620 PAL was ineffective.
no reaction using remote commands (pause, numbers,etc)
The only easy way is using the LG5000.ZIP software.
No difficulty to unzip and cdr burning (works on any cheap CDR)

PostOther hack posted by Garry, April 09 2004:

Question! I have LG DA5620AX. Me 'Prom option' is
52 55 02 CE 12 05 FE FF

PostRegion code hack posted by Garry, April 12 2004:

Just use remote controll. It's very easy!
1. Power ON
2. "NO DISC"
4. 314159
5. 0 (zero)
6. Enter
8 Power OFF
Your LG DA5620 is multiregional!

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