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  1. [X930BT] - Password Recovery (obsolete)

    Oh my... Thanks all for the kindness and to other users to cleaning up my small guide... Its been awhile since I've been here but a much welcome sight seeing that my post has helped lots of people! Thanks all! - Mix
  2. [X930BT] - Password Recovery (obsolete)

    Yes.. I thought about it for at least an hour before posting it.. I figured I may as well put it out there, not for the thieves, but for the people that get screwed buying used stuff (like me...) or the poor souls that forget what they set it to. Of course that's not to say the info wont fall into the wrong hands
  3. [X930BT] - Password Recovery (obsolete)

    Nah I am almost sure its clean.. The guy bought a new car and had the dealer install the deck.. When they set it up they didn't give him the password.. So, the deck is only like 1.5 months old and turns out he did not like the squarness look and went back to stock. Got it for $340.. Warranty cards and all..
  4. Mod comment: Do not follow these instructions. Installing Hackmode is dangerous and could make a bad situation much worse. Instead, use this simple method to totally remove the password: Password-Removal-Script/ -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hello all! Long time lurker, first time poster! Hopefully this post will help some people out. I just bought a used 930 off craigslist and low and behold there is a password.. I've been searching around for the past few hours trying to figure out away to clear/reset the password on this unit.. This is what I came up with.. 1a) Send the unit off to pioneer and spend the xxx amount of money --OR-- --WARNING: I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR WHAT YOU DO!!-- 1b. Go here: http://avic411.com/i...dated-13062011/ a. Grab the test mode files and load it up on the sd card and head over to the head unit.. b. Insert card and load up test mode.. Go to the file manager -> User -> system -> security -> password and do a Text dump of this file.. (thanks to user: odskaggs2 for the hint!) c. write down the what is on the screen.. This is the password!!! =D That's it! (P.S. I almost did'nt post this, but I figured if someone wants my head unit, what good will it be to me if I have a password or not? It's gone either way.) - Mods, please delete this post if its against TOS. Otherwise... Sticky? -- Edit: Also please move this to troubleshooting if you feel it would be better there. Step By Step Guide by "IAmSuperBleeder" here: http://avic411.com/index.php?/topic/32929-x930bt-password-recovery/?p=259263