I have the x940bt and I've been using the Bluetooth and my iphone since I go the unit back in 2013. So the Bluetooth registered list is lengthy and I don't have the phones anymore. Is there a way to de-register the not needed connections? My new iphone has been registered but when I saw the list, i have 5 or six other devices listed that I don't even have anymore? I just want to know if there is a way to remove the unwanted devices from the list. I don't see any delete or remove buttons.
According to the update documentation, installing the Bluetooth firmware clears the Connection List. Presumably this would also happen if you re-installed the same version. BT v3.32 (latest version) has been around for about 4 yrs and I don't recall whether it cleared my list. Actually, I've had the same phone for over 4 yrs.
Uploading the maps now. Looks like nothing was encrypted, just needs a cracked .dat file like the 2015. I copied the files from the SD as well as form the unit via USB/drive to make sure no file changes. I think pionara was the person who got the 2015 to work.
In the mean time (until someone gets a hacked VERINFO.DAT), the "ShortFuse Method" I posted will work. Just takes a little more effort.
BTW, which version do you have, the one for Z110/Z120/X920 or the Z130/Z140/X930/X940? I don't know what the actual difference is in the firmware. And last time the Z140 version worked on a Z110 with the correct CARDINFO.CIF. But there were many differences in the actual files.
I just got my external usb/aux cord mounted up nice in the factory location in my scion... Anyway... What input do i select for the aux cord? Also, certain inputs disappeared after i did a hard reset. Should i reinstall the update?
Did you check your installation manual? If so, you'd see that isn't an aux audio input that splits off the USB cable.. It is for a special A/V input. If you don't have the installation manual, you can d/l one from Pioneer. It is designed to interface with the iPod cable or the Pioneer A/V mini-jack cable (CD-RM10). The input source is A/V 1.