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I think you probably need to take an approach of changing things, possibly changing everything, until functionality is restored: Change the USB disk for another capacity, speed and brand. Perhaps even format it using the head unit if you can Ensure the files are named correctly by your mac (plug the drive into another device like a smart TV or computer and ...


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No - although you will need an antenna splitter (something like this) as the DAB aerial connector is different. As a side note you'll also want to ensure that the headunit you buy has DAB+ compatibility - most new kit now should have it but it's going to be unpleasant if it doesn't and you get to Switzerland where the vast majority of stations are DAB+.


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If you look closely, there's a line that goes in between the panel for the head unit itself, and the HVAC controls. The actual head unit itself is separate from everything below it. Checking the head unit and the E90's interior, I can see what you mean now as the head unit does shift the HVAC controls down towards the bottom. For this case, they make ...


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According to this site, "USB Err 1" on Alpine head units indicates that no songs were found on the USB device. Likely, the head unit isn't accessing your phone as a thumb drive, or your phone isn't setting itself up as a thumb drive. Android phones have different options you can configure on how the phone behaves when connected via USB. You want the phone to ...


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Your reverse camera is in "off" state. Go to Navigation and press menu, there are several option, go to "others" and you will find the camera settings. Use google translate and use the camera to translate the Japanese language to English.


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You want a line-out converter. You need rca pre-amp outputs, but your factory radio doesn't have them. You can tap into the speaker connection at the speaker closest to where you will install the amp to put in your line-out converter. This will provide you with an rca source for your amp. Then wire your amp and subs as usual. There's no reason to mess around ...


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I believe that the " ._ " files are being created by your Mac, possibly these files are confusing the head-unit of system. Look into Why are dot underscore "._" files created, and how can I avoid them?, which seems to have more information on these files generation and getting rid-off them.


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There are switches available for swapping between sets of speakers : check out the HiFi world - you can use these to switch between two head units. Depending on the type of switch you may be able to switch only the supply from either head unit and common the relevant returns. However, if both head units are powered then you may have interference issues.


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In some manner, the 12v always-on power isn't always on. Connect your voltmeter or test light to the always-on circuit, and leave it connected for the same length of time it takes for the head unit to lose memory. You'll probably find that he 12v always-on power goes away. Then you can search for the fault in the always-on power circuit, and rectify it.


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I owe this to anyone searching this forum site for answers. It turns out that the 2009 dodge journey radio acc ignition switch is controlled by some internal computer in the car called CAN BUS or DATA. you'll find different references for it but the 2 i just mentioned are it. What that means is that if you are installing aftermarket radio/head unit you wont ...


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That red from your new unit is for ignition. We used orange for ignition but it could be anything by the time it gets to the head unit. You shouldn't have to run cable to connect it. The harness adapter you got might be missing the ignition. Look up a pinout for the original harness and find the ignition line, splice that into your red. Alternatively look ...


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