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#99 of 138 Re: Azera Navigation System [ladylindak]
Apr 14, 2009 (8:35 am)
Sorry to hear of your complications, I truly hope that the newer unit will solve your problems. Good luck!!!
#100 of 138 Re: Azera Navigation System [ladylindak]
Apr 14, 2009 (4:58 pm)
To confirm that you got the latest map update you press Setup then Device info. That will tell you the Map DB version. The new Update is this year.
#102 of 138 Re: Azera Navigation System [allmet33]
Jun 10, 2009 (4:09 am)
I just wanted to give you all an update on my the navigation system that the dealer replaced. I haven't checked yet to see if it is an updated card - I keep forgetting too - BUT - so far so good. It's not telling me to turn where there are no turns and appears to be working properly.
Perhaps I just got a lemon for my first navigator.
Just thought you all might like to know.
#103 of 138 Re: Azera Navigation System [ladylindak]
Aug 02, 2009 (12:21 am)
Use the mapnsoft.com instructions to find out what version you have. The new version is from early 2009. Glad it's working better for you.
#104 of 138 LG Unit Stands alone for fickleness
Aug 17, 2009 (7:12 am)
Well I've tried two of the best car stereo guys in phoenix and they both agree.. There is no way to bypass the Video/park lock scenario on the lg NAV DVD unit and there is no way to add a direct ipod hookup or controller. Sold my NAV unit on ebay for $500 and switched to a Pioneer AVIC-Z110BT, the second generation. I put the Avic-Z3 in my truck and love it. looks like a factory install and all the nav functions and voice activation works great and sound great with the infinity speakers. I can hook an ipod and an iphone up at the same time and play dvd's while the engine is running LG admits the shortcoming on that unit but it was only used in 08 and they are not upgrading any firmware, ever. the mapnsoft update was an expensive joke and really not needed, but luckily I returned it and got my $$ back by disputing on my credit card.If you do keep the lg unit in your car, DO NOT bother with the new mapnsoft update, we have roads in phoenix that have been built for 3 years and are still not in their database..GARMIN THEY ARE NOT
#105 of 138 Re: LG Unit Stands alone for fickleness [HyundaiisBest]
Aug 17, 2009 (7:54 am)
It's my understanding people HAVE bypassed the lockout for the DVD on this portless crippled POS beast.
That Pioneer looks insanely amazing. Saw some vids on it last week and was like... "wow". If you could post some pics of that install - that would be interesting.
Are you running your iPhone vids on it? I assume it has RCA video inputs in the back to allow porting of apps on the screen.
I have concern about adding a new head unit with losing Logic7 and being forced to change the speakers, etc. Did you have to change the speakers? I'm curious as to what the differences in sound are.
#106 of 138 Re: LG Unit Stands alone for fickleness [LisaD]
Aug 17, 2009 (11:36 am)
LisaD...you can change the head unit and not have to worry about changing the speakers. You also will not lose the Logic7 functionality of the amp. Actually....that is the very reason I didn't bypass the factory amp in my Azera when I swapped out my head unit. By swapping head units out you not only keep your current Logic7 capability, you can add USB port, more & better sound shaping controls and added expandability.
You can set the settings on the aftermarket head unit to accomodate the fact you still have the factory speakers in place.
#107 of 138 Allmet I have a question
Oct 04, 2009 (8:07 pm)
I have not been on here in a while, so has anyone figured out or found a unit that I can replace my current xm/nav system with one that will allow me to keep the XM/NAV/DVD and add a ipod connector? I'm willing to bite the bullet and spend the money.
Sheesh you would think by now, with all these people who can hack and do harm, someone would make something that people would actually buy.
#108 of 138 Re: Allmet I have a question [msazzyindc]
Oct 05, 2009 (6:23 am)
I posted the pinouts and pin-ins on the back of my nav unit but no one mentioned anything. aside from the 24 and 32 pin connections there are two other connections in the back on the upper left that I have not been able to identify. I don't have contacts back in Korea at LG to get information and LG USA hasn't answered my questions.