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Old 02-21-2006, 07:40 PM
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Going to the dealer to recode my NAV...

I've finally removed the V26.09A patch from my system, but the changes have already been made; the NAV is now in European/GB mode instead of USA.

I have now installed V26 with a modified splash screen. However, I am scheduled to bring my car into the dealer on Friday for them to recode my nav (for free) back to the US mode. Before I do that, should I reinstall V26 with the OEM splash screen?

Also, if I do go back to the OEM screen and they recode the system. Can I reinstall the V26 OS with my modified splash screen and still have the system remain in USA mode? I downloaded the V26 OS from this forum.

Sorry for the n00b questions. Thanks in advance for your replies.

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