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bio website andrejako.users.sourceforge.n…
location Belgrade, Serbia
age 25
visits member for 3 years, 3 months
seen Jul 13 at 17:13

I'm electrical engineering student specializing in computer networking.

I'm also an amateur radio operator, callsign YU1NKA.


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awarded  Custodian
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awarded  Scholar
Aug
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comment How do I remove car radio?
I selected this answer because in my case it was closer to the situation I found in my car. The other one is good too.
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accepted How do I remove car radio?
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asked How do I remove car radio?
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awarded  Editor
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revised Daewoo Lanos SX from 2002 soemtimes does not detect coded key.
added 128 characters in body
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comment Daewoo Lanos SX from 2002 soemtimes does not detect coded key.
No. It just looks like a regular key. There's no way to open it and there are no buttons on it. The plastic part has around 1/5 volume of the "smart" key for 2009 Toyota Corolla. I just found an image of similar key, so I'll post it.
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Daewoo Lanos SX from 2002 soemtimes does not detect coded key.
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awarded  Supporter
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comment Daewoo Lanos SX from 2002 soemtimes does not detect coded key.
I'll see if I can get another key. Also, are wireless power transfer systems in cars common? The key itself looks too small to contain a battery and a circuit board, so I always assumed that it must be powered from something inside the car, like the way passive RFID tags are.
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awarded  Student
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asked Daewoo Lanos SX from 2002 soemtimes does not detect coded key.
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awarded  Autobiographer