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Old 02-23-2012, 01:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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While driving to work today, I switched from the NAV screen to the Energy Flow screen and suddenly, this screen appeared:



Despite the alarming series of red "NOK"s on the bottom of the screen (which I assume means Not OK), nothing appeared to have crashed or stopped working. The music kept playing through BT, all the displays on the Driver Display were working normally, and when I switched to NAV it continued to display my location and other information and the status screen did not come back when I switched back to the energy flow screen.

Anyone know what this screen is and how to activate it? Are there other secret status screens that we could pull up to get information we can't normally see, such as software versions?
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maybe you pressed a secret combo of buttons, like i a computer game:-)
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Old 02-23-2012, 02:51 PM   #3 (permalink)
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maybe you pressed a secret combo of buttons, like i a computer game:-)
Possibly. I tried clicking and holding the system status key for a few seconds to see if that was the trick but no luck. Since I was driving, there was not much else I could do without risking an accident. I am hoping someone else may have stumbled on similar hidden screens and we can figure out the pattern.

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That screen tells you the version of your radio software, the nok's arent a concern at this time.
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That screen tells you the version of your radio software, the nok's arent a concern at this time.
Thanks. Is the screen displayed as a result of a crash or can it be called up on demand?

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Press and hold the system button for about ten seconds and release to access it. this example shows 614.2 has been installed. It is used th check the software version
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Press and hold the system button for about ten seconds and release to access it. this example shows 614.2 has been installed. It is used th check the software version
Where does it say 6.14.2?
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Well it's clear what's wrong with the Nav by looking at what version it is!!! O1.03.01. Jan 3rd 2001!!!! Ha Ha! I know that's not right, but it is ironic that the Nav complaints center around it not being very up to date.

By the way, I went back to take another test drive today and I am smitten again to buy! However something occurred that I have never seen a post on. While driving down a country road, the nav lady came on and said "Please Obey the Speed Limit". It shocked both myself and the dealer. Had no idea it did this, nor did anyone have a clue how it came on or why! And I was only doing 54 in a 45!
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Well it's clear what's wrong with the Nav by looking at what version it is!!! O1.03.01. Jan 3rd 2001!!!! Ha Ha! I know that's not right, but it is ironic that the Nav complaints center around it not being very up to date.

By the way, I went back to take another test drive today and I am smitten again to buy! However something occurred that I have never seen a post on. While driving down a country road, the nav lady came on and said "Please Obey the Speed Limit". It shocked both myself and the dealer. Had no idea it did this, nor did anyone have a clue how it came on or why! And I was only doing 54 in a 45!
It's part of the Nav system and was discussed in some length in this thread. You can adjust it to come on at various increments above the local limit, or turn it off altogether. The default used to be 10 MPH over the local speed limit but as of 614.2, the default is OFF. I have it set to warn me at 20 MPH above the local speed limit since in stealth mode, the car is very quiet and you don't have the big digital speed display and you can lose track of your speed easily.
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The VIP ver first number + the Nav ver first number 5+1=6.
The VIP ver first number + the software first number 5+9=14.
The VIP ver second number 2.
Gets you 6.14.2. LOL, JK.
Nimisys, any other neat tricks? Plus, how can we really tell by looking at this screen what version we have?
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