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Sol Harold

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Hi All,

 

i’ve got an OLED 55C1 with webOS 6.0 and a service remote in South America. 
 

I’ve been able to find working area codes for almost all regions using the service remote based on previous posts and tables. 
 

Of most use to me were:

Brazil: 26895 (local DTV transmission settings) /22800 (BR/US DTV transmission settings)

US: 1843 / 1793 / 22287

UK/EU/Turkey: 3122

AU Australia: 767

JP Japan: 23439

I’ve also found working codes for China (CN), Taiwan (TW), Hog Kong (HK), Philippines (PH), Australia, NZ & South Asia incl. India (AJ), certain African and Middle Eastern countries (JA or JA ME IL regions: note Israel is not an option even though IL appears in the code) , Canada (CA), Mexico (MX), Panama and Central America (PA), Ecuador (EC), Colombia (CO), Peru (PE), Chile (CL), and Argentina (AR).

Notably absent were working codes for;

Israel (IL)

Korea (KR)

Russia and CIS countries (RU CIS)

Eastern Europe (ETC?)

Does anyone know the working area option service codes for these countries?

I am mostly interested in working IL and KR codes.

 

thank you so much!

 

 

 

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Hi All,
 
i’ve got an OLED 55C1 with webOS 6.0 and a service remote in South America. 
 
I’ve been able to find working area codes for almost all regions using the service remote based on previous posts and tables. 
 
Of most use to me were:

Brazil: 26895 (local DTV transmission settings) /22800 (BR/US DTV transmission settings)

US: 1843 / 1793 / 22287

UK/EU/Turkey: 3122

AU Australia: 767

JP Japan: 23439

I’ve also found working codes for China (CN), Taiwan (TW), Hog Kong (HK), Philippines (PH), Australia, NZ & South Asia incl. India (AJ), certain African and Middle Eastern countries (JA or JA ME IL regions: note Israel is not an option even though IL appears in the code) , Canada (CA), Mexico (MX), Panama and Central America (PA), Ecuador (EC), Colombia (CO), Peru (PE), Chile (CL), and Argentina (AR).

Notably absent were working codes for;

Israel (IL)

Korea (KR)

Russia and CIS countries (RU CIS)

Eastern Europe (ETC?)

Does anyone know the working area option service codes for these countries?

I am mostly interested in working IL and KR codes.

 

thank you so much!

 

 

 
what do these codes do

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1 hour ago, murattkn3 said:

what do these codes do

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They allow you to switch the region of the TV to a different market, so you can download whatever app is region specific and use it on your TB (sometimes a VPN is required for app use on top of downloading the app), but basically it’ll allow you to have Hulu or HBO Max if you are outside the US, European News Channels, Disney + if you’re somewhere they haven’t arrived yet, Australian, Brazilian, British and Indian streaming platforms, and if you speak the local lingo a gazillion of extra things you can do and apps you can use in Korean, Japanese, and Chinese. 

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On 2/13/2022 at 3:37 PM, Sol Harold said:

Hi All,

 

i’ve got an OLED 55C1 with webOS 6.0 and a service remote in South America. 
 

I’ve been able to find working area codes for almost all regions using the service remote based on previous posts and tables. 
 

Of most use to me were:

Brazil: 26895 (local DTV transmission settings) /22800 (BR/US DTV transmission settings)

US: 1843 / 1793 / 22287

UK/EU/Turkey: 3122

AU Australia: 767

JP Japan: 23439

I’ve also found working codes for China (CN), Taiwan (TW), Hog Kong (HK), Philippines (PH), Australia, NZ & South Asia incl. India (AJ), certain African and Middle Eastern countries (JA or JA ME IL regions: note Israel is not an option even though IL appears in the code) , Canada (CA), Mexico (MX), Panama and Central America (PA), Ecuador (EC), Colombia (CO), Peru (PE), Chile (CL), and Argentina (AR).

Notably absent were working codes for;

Israel (IL)

Korea (KR)

Russia and CIS countries (RU CIS)

Eastern Europe (ETC?)

Does anyone know the working area option service codes for these countries?

I am mostly interested in working IL and KR codes.

 

thank you so much!

 

 

 

Can you please post India code. Would like to switch from USA to IND. 

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They allow you to switch the region of the TV to a different market, so you can download whatever app is region specific and use it on your TB (sometimes a VPN is required for app use on top of downloading the app), but basically it’ll allow you to have Hulu or HBO Max if you are outside the US, European News Channels, Disney + if you’re somewhere they haven’t arrived yet, Australian, Brazilian, British and Indian streaming platforms, and if you speak the local lingo a gazillion of extra things you can do and apps you can use in Korean, Japanese, and Chinese. 
When you change the location and language, the applications belonging to the country you have already selected as the location come
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On 2/13/2022 at 1:07 PM, Sol Harold said:

Hi All,

 

i’ve got an OLED 55C1 with webOS 6.0 and a service remote in South America. 
 

I’ve been able to find working area codes for almost all regions using the service remote based on previous posts and tables. 
 

Of most use to me were:

Brazil: 26895 (local DTV transmission settings) /22800 (BR/US DTV transmission settings)

US: 1843 / 1793 / 22287

UK/EU/Turkey: 3122

AU Australia: 767

JP Japan: 23439

I’ve also found working codes for China (CN), Taiwan (TW), Hog Kong (HK), Philippines (PH), Australia, NZ & South Asia incl. India (AJ), certain African and Middle Eastern countries (JA or JA ME IL regions: note Israel is not an option even though IL appears in the code) , Canada (CA), Mexico (MX), Panama and Central America (PA), Ecuador (EC), Colombia (CO), Peru (PE), Chile (CL), and Argentina (AR).

Notably absent were working codes for;

Israel (IL)

Korea (KR)

Russia and CIS countries (RU CIS)

Eastern Europe (ETC?)

Does anyone know the working area option service codes for these countries?

I am mostly interested in working IL and KR codes.

 

thank you so much!

 

 

 

Please share the middle Eastern Code

Thanks

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