Did your movie suddenly stop with an “error message code” pop-up? You’re not alone. Here’s the fix.
Cinavia is a copy protection system, implemented into BluRay players and gaming consoles. The system detects unauthorized copied, or pirated movies, and mutes the audio. Often the movie stops and you get an error message, the most common being “Error Message Code 3”.
How do I remove the error message?
The most simple solution is to use No Errors. It’s a Cinavia fix system which completely removes the error messages. It’s been referred to as the easiest way for Cinavia removal on Samsung, LG, Sony and Panasonic BluRay players. As well as streaming software such as Plex and Playstation 3 and 4.
Can I remove Cinavia on my specific BluRay player?
Yes, use No Errors above – Every common brand is supported. A lot of players seems effected by the protection system and it’s difficult to avoid in 2018. In fact, since a few years back it’s mandatory to include the protection on all players.
Which movies trigger the error message?
The list is huge, as almost all mainstream movies are included. From La La Land to Tyler Perry’s Boo 2! A Madea Halloween. Movie studios such as Universal and Lionsgate are all including the protection.
It’s there as an anti-piracy method, preventing unauthorized copies of movies still in the cinemas. And against copied versions downloaded from the internet.
How does it work?
Without being too technical, there’s a watermark embedded in the movies audio. Even if the audio is re-recorded or copied from one source to another, the watermark will be present. Wikipedia has an excellent entry for those who want to know exactly how it works.
Cinavia Fix is here to help you further
This is a site where we’re going to share the best, most up-to-date tips and tricks to get rid of the annoying Cinavia error codes. And if that wasn’t enough we’ve created a forum where you can share the latest and the greatest methods.