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Old 06-24-2010, 12:33 PM
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The language that appears is depend on what language you modify for the camera

If you modify GB and US, then these are the languages you are selecting when changing "On" and "Off"
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Yes, that is the point Kiwi, I made lang string and two voice files (with and without alert) in Bulgarian and want to replace them in Eng and Amer. Eng places. After that, I hope to have Bulgarian menu and voice for camera On/Off, but BC will stay in english in these two cases, the third lang is not important ( it will may be the native for the car lang). Till now if I switched Camera alert Off, the board comp stayed in French. I just wondered is it possible to code the car with two English langs. Thanks once again.
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Yes, I have Eng (UK-F) eng (USA-F) and Ger (GER-F), navcoder is the tool to use mate
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These will be my settings too John .
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is NAVCODER able to unlock DVD view during driving on an X1? I headr there are twopossible solutions software unlock and hardware cheat...anybody knows?
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Old 08-20-2011, 06:50 AM
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Can I use this?

Hi!

Can I use this to connect the Navcoder to my X5? I think it is for the DSP, am I right? If not, where that connector should belong?
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Old 08-21-2011, 10:47 AM
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Can I use this to connect the Navcoder to my X5? I think it is for the DSP, am I right? If not, where that connector should belong?
Can you list the wire colourS? It is hard to see from your photos

But it looks like it is some audio connection wire, maybe for a phone option?
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Old 08-21-2011, 01:31 PM
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That plug probably won't work. You need a ground wire, a 12v power wire and an I-bus wire. Most people find a 3 pin plug on the CD changer box in the trunk which has these wires. Ground is usually brown, I-bus is white/yellow/gray, and the power will be red/? usually. Yours is probably red/green or red/white.

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Old 08-22-2011, 11:00 AM
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Can you list the wire colourS? It is hard to see from your photos
From left to right in the picture:
very light blueishgray or light grey, white, black, red and transparent clear.

There is a one free unplugged big blue connector under the cd-player, can that be used with the Navcoder? Is that the blue connector for DSP?
Or maybe I should use that the CD-player connector. It would be nice to have a one free connector for using the Navcoder when needed, rather than unplug the CD-player everytime.
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Old 09-24-2011, 11:08 AM
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Or maybe I should use that the CD-player connector. It would be nice to have a one free connector for using the Navcoder when needed, rather than unplug the CD-player everytime.
So, this is what I made.

Thanks to ccfj1 and this thread: http://www.xoutpost.com/electronics/...interface.html
I found the right part numbers for those plugs.
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