I've been hovering in the background doing extensive research to the navigation units - despite me not having one myself
1) If someone with a navi can go to their car with head unit on, and hold the AM/FM / MAP / EJECT button (all 3) for 10-15 seconds, let me know if it boots into the Windows desktop. it should If not, try it with the head unit off
2) I managed to obtain two different versions of the navigation system firmware from the Korean head units - being I don't have a navigation system to compare files, has anyone dumped the files off of their navi and have it up somewhere?
I'd like to compare differences to see why rear cams work in korealand, but not here.
No worries man, light at the end of the tunnel. All I really want is aux input.....im gonna run outside and try to find you the version details give me a few minutes.Woo, glad it worked! Now it's just a matter of getting a file dump. Also, I think I figured out why the reverse cams won't work.
Anyone able to get me their version numbers? Think it lists it under the navigation settings, or update screen or something like that....
Looks like I'll have to buy a used nav on fleabay to really tinker.
p.s. sorry about the presets
So you're thinking replacing the 2013 nav s/w with 2010-2012 one? I thought people that tried bricked their units.....Perfect! Downloading the 2013 Korean firmware now, will take about 9 hours. Hopefully someone comes along with the 2010/2012 so they can try the same.
For the 2010/2012, it's either disabled in engineering mode, or not included in the US firmware - engineering mode will be an easy fix (need to see the setup screens on those), firmware will require replacing the HMMmedia version with one from Korea...