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Old 18th February 2011, 20:23   #1  |  Link
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Best app for region code removal?

I have a few region A blu-rays on my hard drive and I'm looking for a region code removal tool. I tried using BDEdit but it didn't even notice that they're locked.

Any other small apps that specialize in region code removal?
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Old 4th March 2011, 18:01   #2  |  Link
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Any other small apps that specialize in region code removal?
This one works for some but not all. FWIW, Softonic download.
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AnyDVD HD removes region code to.
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AnyDVD HD is good app for removes region code, I have installed this app at https://gamestoremobi.com. it worked, very satisfied with this application.

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If one removes the code, it will work anywhere.
There is no such disc with a changing code, for this would imply it's rewritable
You may however refer to the option of changing the code of the player, which is a different thing altogether.

Anyway, unlike the early days, now a BD player is a cheap as 60€ so one can buy all three regions for just under 200€, which was 1/10th of what an entry player costed when BD was launched.
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The whole region coding thing is an absolute mess anyway & should be scrapped as a mandatory part of set top players.
AnyDVD HD simply ignores this, so having region coding forced onto set top players only goes to put physical media at a disadvantage and that is not a good thing.
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