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fbi warning bypass
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Post 1 made on Friday June 2, 2006 at 01:41
kenzokeith
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i was at a universal remote training before and they talked about a sequence of buttons you can press to bypass the fbi warning screen on almost any disc or player. i wrote them down but lost them. anybody know what they are?
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Post 2 made on Saturday June 3, 2006 at 02:23
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Stop, stop, stop, play. You may have to pause 2 seconds between each command.
If you think you can or you can't your wright.
OP | Post 3 made on Thursday June 8, 2006 at 01:34
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you rock
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Post 4 made on Thursday June 8, 2006 at 17:43
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i tried this on a toshiba, an onkyo and a yamaha with no success on x-men 2. when do you enter this sequence? do you have to do it every time or just once? i tried 6 or 7 different times on each machine at different stages of the disc loading,. i tried before i inserted the disc, i tried stopping the disc and then entering the code, all with no luck. any hints?
Post 5 made on Monday June 12, 2006 at 23:05
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My undersanding was that you can't bypass the warning, only trailer, menu, etc. Am I wrong? Never bothered to try it.
"Just when I thought that I was out they pull me back in"
Post 6 made on Thursday June 15, 2006 at 12:29
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Never heard of this "universal code" before, I suppose I should try it on my players. The settings for this are on the disc itself, so every one is different. Sometimes Stop works, sometimes FF, sometimes Skip, sometimes nothing will work. There are some players that will skip over the warnings, too. But I don't have a list or anything.

I generally try, in this order:
Menu
Skip
Stop
FF

If none work, I simply curse the studio and wait. These days I try to put the disc in early and give it time to get to the menu, so I don't have to wait once I sit down.
Post 7 made on Thursday June 15, 2006 at 15:53
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We have found that the STOP, STOP, PLAY only works on some DVDs. So we stopped doing this. It gives the customer the expectation it will work every time and then they wonder why it doesn't. Now we just turn the DVD player on and start the DVD by hitting the PLAY button. Most DVD players (Like Integra and JVC) will turn on and begin playing if you just send the PLAY command. At least it gets the DVD to a common point every time and you don't have to worry about any delays between a P-ON and PLAY.
Post 8 made on Wednesday January 17, 2007 at 09:40
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yeah the stop, stop, play works on only some DVD's. There a re some though that will not allow you to stop the disc onces right after you start it. I love this feature but it sucks it only works on some DVDs.

to do this:

put disc in
once it is recognized and starts playing you do the stop command two or three times then the play command immediately following. The movie should begin immediately with no menus or ads. The way it should be.
Post 9 made on Wednesday January 17, 2007 at 12:50
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you can also use Slysoft's anyDVD program to bypass that stuff, but you'll need to copy the dvd.
Post 10 made on Wednesday January 17, 2007 at 20:00
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That was too cool. Thanks for the tip guys, that stop, stop, play thing is awesome. My wife always complains how long it takes to get some of the kid's discs playing, but this starts them great.

Thanks again,
Mark
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Post 11 made on Thursday January 18, 2007 at 07:13
Daniel Tonks
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I've just gotten used to watching them. And laughing at how the FBI will supposedly come up to Canada should someone do something improper... :-)
Post 12 made on Thursday January 18, 2007 at 13:21
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Shhh Daniel, or they'll shut down RC.com. Then what would I do all day?
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