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Sony DVP-NS29

4 user region code comments

April 06, 2011 Post region code/hack comment
PostRegion code hack posted by m48t02, November 06 2005:


I used Oneforall 6 (URC 7562) remote to make my Sony DVP-NS29 DVD Player region free.

DVP-NS29 - Currently available in UK supermarkets (£49.99)
URC 7562 - Currently available at Argos on Special (£14.99)

Follow these steps:

Prepare:
1. Select DVD device on remote
2. Use device setup to set Sony DVD (device code 0533)

Use magic key function on Oneforall to assign following
codes to spare buttons on the remote, you need 5 spare
keys (see manual):

1 - 00189
2 - 00255
3 - 00095
4 - 00221
5 - 00079

Go for it:

1. Remove disk, put player on standby
2. Press the keys associated in order 1,2,3,4,5 above
- SUCCESS is displayed and player starts up
3. Press same sequence again - player shuts down and off
you go!




PostRegion code hack posted by Nigel, December 04 2005:


One-for-All 6 Remote model URC-7562 (version B00 - for version B01 read note at the very bottom of posting)

I tried the hack already listed and it didn't work. I think it was that my One-for-All 6 (URC-7562) was the older version (version B00 under battery cover). However the following did work!:

First set up remote to control player:

1. Press DVD device button on remote
2. Press and hold Magic button and wait for double blink
3. Enter device code 0533

Now we need to program Macro Buttons A-E with the following codes, read below for instructions:

A - 189
B - 255
C - 095
D - 221
E - 079

This is how you program those numbers into the Marco Buttons:

1. Press and hold Magic button until double blink
2. Press 994.
3. Briefly press Magic button (don't hold).
4. Enter 3 digit code from list above.
5. Press appropriate Macro button (A-E) to store it.
6. Repeat steps 1 to 5 until all 5 Macro Buttons programmed.

Re-program the player:
1. Remove any disk in player, put player on standby.
2. Press Macro Buttons A,B,C,D,E in sequence - SUCCESS is displayed on DVD player and player starts up.
3. Press Macro Buttons A,B,C,D,E in sequence again - player shuts down (and may restart again) and you're done!

NOTE: For newer versions (B01) of the remote the 994 code accepts 5 digit numbers not 3. If you add 00 to front of each number listed for A,B,C,D,E at section 4. of the macro button programming sequence this should work.



PostRegion code hack posted by Tim, May 05 2006:


Ok tried the above, but my one-for-all URC-7541 is really ancient - Got it to work all the same, so if this can help anyone else who's in a similar fix, then here goes!

Apologies if the below is not in the normal format as I'm not usually good with technical equipment.

Went to one-for-all's online guide here :-

http://www.oneforall-int.com/english/prodsup/urc/prodsup7541.htm

On this model of one-for-all you need to use the VCR button as it's a shared VCR/DVD button.

Your 'macro' buttons for this exercise are the bottom eight buttons on your one-for-all control. (Lined up in two rows of four.) They're officially supposed to be used for satellite controls, but work fine and are easy to re-program

You only need to use the first five of these eight buttons. (I used the four along the top, left to right, and the first along the bottom.)

Now follow instructions as posted by Nigel on December 04 2005.

As long as you replace in the instructions 'macro' buttons with the eight buttons along the bottom of your control this will work fine.

First set up remote to control player:

1. Press VCR device button on remote
2. Press and hold Magic button and wait for double blink
3. Enter device code 0533

Now we need to program Macro Buttons A-E (remember for the purposes of model URC-7541 replace 'macro' with the bottom eight buttons on the one-for-all control) with the following codes, read below for instructions:

A - 189
B - 255
C - 095
D - 221
E - 079

This is how you program those numbers into the Marco Buttons:

1. Press and hold Magic button until double blink
2. Press 994.
3. Briefly press Magic button (don't hold).
4. Enter 3 digit code from list above.
5. Press appropriate Macro button (A-E) to store it.
6. Repeat steps 1 to 5 until all 5 Macro Buttons programmed.

Re-program the player:
1. Remove any disk in player, put player on standby.
2. Press Macro Buttons A,B,C,D,E in sequence - SUCCESS is displayed on DVD player and player starts up.
3. Press Macro Buttons A,B,C,D,E in sequence again - player shuts down (and may restart again) and you're done!






PostRegion code hack posted by unclephil, April 06 2011:


Hacking the NS29 with the All for One URC-7562 R00 is slightly different to the method given for the B00 and B01. The version of the manual available online gives a different code number and button sequence, ignore this if you have a R00.

Correct method is

1. Press and hold Magic button until double blink
2. Press 994.
3. Briefly press Magic button (don't hold).
4. Enter 5 digit code from list above.
5. Press appropriate Macro button (A-E) to store it.
6. Repeat steps 1 to 5 until all 5 Macro Buttons programmed.

Then follow the instructions as given for other models. The message "SUCCESS" really does flash up!

Got the 7562 R00 from ebay for £8.98 including postage!




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