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Panasonic DVD-S68

7 user region code comments

August 24, 2017 Post region code/hack comment
PostRegion code hack posted by bobbyb124, July 13 2011:


This hack requires the S68 remote plus a universal remote configured for the S68 with a separate 'Pause' button (or another Panasonic DVD remote with a separate 'Pause' button may work). However, I used my tv remote (Samsung) which has pause button and this seemed to do the trick fine.

Neither the 'Play/Pause' nor 'Frame' buttons on the S68 remote work for this hack.

1. Power on.

2. Open tray.

3. Using the S68 remote press Audio, 1, 9, 8, 2, Subtitle
(it is not required but, if the TV is on, it will display the 'no go' icon after each key press - ignore it).

4. Using the other remote press Pause.

5. Using the S68 remote press 0.

The DVD front panel should now show the text "on".

If so, the DVD is region-free.
Hope it helps.


(Source: http://www.justanswer.com/recorders-and-players/4 ... onic.html)



PostRegion code posted by Persen, August 01 2011:


Hack does not work with multi remote nor other Panasonic DVD/BD remote with seperate Pause button.



PostRegion code hack posted by rahforum, August 24 2011:


The remote control hack worked first time for me, was aprehensive about trying it - but it worked on a USA purchased S68 which was locked to play only Zone 1 DVD's. I can now play all my PAL Zone 4 DVD's onto my USA NTSC TV. This is a great little DVR as it will also do the conversion from PAL to NTSC and vice versa. Follow the instructions on page 11 of the DVD-S68 manual to set the output format to the TV.

I used the supplied S68 remote and my AT&T U-verse standard remote control as the second remote as outlined by bobbyb124 on July 13, 2011. To program the U-verse remote to operate with the S68:

1. Press and hold the DVD button and OK button on the U-verse remote control for approx 1 second. The four mode keys (ATT, TV, DVD, AUX) will flash twice to indicate you are in programming mode.

2. Key in the four digit code 2 0 0 3 the DVD key will give a long flash indicating that it has been programmed.

Confirm that the remote now works with your DVD player. (you only need to be assued that the pause button is working to effect the hack).

Now follow bobbyb124's instructions posted on July 13 2011.

It worked fine for me - good luck.



PostRegion code hack posted by Hunter4645, October 14 2011:


This hack worked for me, using the universal remote that came with my
digital TV box. It was quick and easy and worked the first time. Just
follow the instructions given. Also the player has a pal to NTSC converter
built in so no extra equipment is needed.



PostRegion code hack posted by Alex2000, October 15 2011:


Again:
Open Tray
Audio, 1, 9, 8, 2, Subtitle, "PAUSE", 0.

"PAUSE"(Old Pana or Universal):
Info for universal remotes:
Need any universal with Panasonic DVD and function
"994" or "Key Magic".
Device code for URC OFA: 0490 (Panasonic DVD)
Device code for URC Philips: 0517 (Panasonic DVD)
Code key: "PAUSE": 00182
===



PostRegion code hack posted by CrayfishHM, March 27 2013:


Here is the code for the pause button off an old Panasonic remote control:

Category-DVD
Button name-pause
0000 007E 0096 0000 0078 0037 0014 000A 0014 0023 0014 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 000F 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 000F 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 0014 0028 000F 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 000F 000A 0014 000A 0014 0028 000F 0028 0014 000A 0014 0028 000F 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 000F 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 000F 0028 0014 0028 000F 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 000F 000F 000F 000A 0014 0028 0014 0023 0014 000A 0014 0028 000F 0028 0014 000A 0014 0028 000F 09A6 0078 0032 0014 000A 0014 0028 000F 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 000F 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 000F 000A 0014 000A 0014 0028 000F 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 000F 000F 000F 000A 0014 0028 0014 0023 0014 000A 0014 0028 000F 000F 000F 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 000F 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 000F 0028 0014 0028 000F 000F 000F 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 000F 000A 0014 0028 0014 0028 000F 000A 0014 0028 0014 0023 0014 000A 0014 0028 000F 09A6 0078 0032 0014 000A 0014 0028 000F 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 000F 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 000F 000A 0014 000A 0014 0028 000F 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 000F 000F 000F 000A 0014 0028 0014 0023 0014 000A 0014 0028 000F 000F 000F 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 000F 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 000F 0028 0014 0028 0014 000A 000F 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 0014 000A 000F 000A 0014 0028 0014 0028 000F 000A 0014 0028 0014 0023 0014 000A 0014 0028 000F 0000

How to use:

1. Install OmniRemote on your Palm handheld.
2. Create a category called DVD.
3. Create a button called Pause.
4. Export the category - Menu->Advanced->Databases->Export category
5. A memo will be written to MemoPad by OmniRemote.
6. Replace the code in the memo with the code above. This could be done by HotSync'ing the memo to a computer, or using a utility on the Palm handheld, such as Explorer to copy'n'paste from a file on an SD card.
7. Back in OmniRemote, import the category.
8. Tap the pause button in OmniRemote when following the sequence described in the original post.

Matt



PostRegion code posted by Kelley Tinker, August 24 2017:


Here is what's going on with my Panasonic DVD-S68:

When I first bought it many years ago, it was region-free out of the box from the seller I bought it from (I think the company was called Bombay Electronics). The first 5 or 6 region 2, 3 or 4 DVD's I put in the machine played fine. Then the next time I put in a region 2 (or other region) DVD, the DVD plays, but the machine shows the imagery as an eternal downward vertical hold problem (black & white by the way, no color). So, it's sort of like it lost half of it's region-freeness somehow, or forgot how to. Anyway, I did your hack listed above, and on the third try I did get the "on" message at the end, but the same thing happens; I get the eternal downward vertical hold over and over. The disc plays and goes to the menu screen, and the movie will play and all, but that eternal vertical hold in black & white makes it impossible to watch. Do you have any idea what's going on? Why it forgot that it was region-free in the first place, and then why the eternal vertical hold thing going on, even though it's reading the disc. By the way, if you need to know, it does play region 1 discs fine, no problem.




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