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Old 02-15-2007
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question bout soemthing here

my firend just got a jensen touch screen dvd player...he wants to know how to bypass the part where u can only watch it while bein parked. i knew how to but i forgot any takers. the unit is a jensen vm9311ts
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hook the ground up for the player to a differnt one other than the parking brake one. just hook it to a different poitn and that shoudl work i do believe
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quoted from RPS


"Insert the DVD

After the disc loads and plays you will see a blue screen telling you "it is unlawful to drive with a movie".

1) Activate the brake sequence and disable the blue screen using the hand brake, the switch method or anything else to give the unit its three pulses to disable that freakin blue screen.

2) Next, on the main remote press stop twice, then 1, 2, 6, 4.

You will now see a hidden menu that says:

-Region Code
-Brake Override (I know you're drooling by now)
-Macrovision (Watch all the burned and pirated movies you want if it is turned off)
-Loader Version
-Model Version


3) Using the right joystick on the unit, navigate to the options of your choice, click on them to toggle on, off or which region code you want.

This is what you want:

-Region Code: 1
-Brake Override ON
-Macrovision: OFF

When your done, click SYS SETUP on the main remote TWICE to save the settings and bingo, your done!!! Hooray!!!"
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wow thanx
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No Problem
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what is the break sequence or w/e
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applying the brake???? im not sure, does the manual say anything about it?

from reading it, im sure thats what it is. It needs the signal sent from the brakes being applied (making the connection for the wire) to send the signal for the HU, which appearently will be three pulses in the HU, which allows you to past the warning screen to start movies, or in this case to access the hidden menu.
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you can also hood up a toggle switch to the pink wire and then on the other end of the toggle connect it to a ground. and do ur sequence. thats how i have my ts wired up
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