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lbudrie wrote:Were you able to source the SD card? Currently in the same situation.
birdykins11 wrote:I have a 2014 version, came with the SD card however it still wasn't working here. Went to the Alarm Specialist and he did something that got it to work. Radio CD 360cameras but everything was in Japanese, Google translate helped a lot but about 3 months now it stopped working. Showing the same screen in that pic. Tried removing SD card etc still nothing. I'm trying to source another sd card but if that doesn't work then I guess I'd have to replace the deck. The deck posted above allows the 360 camera and the important stuff. If you have the patience to translate every prompt to English then yea try getting the sd card. But the easier thing would be to replace it. (Have the vehicle a yr now)
pjfred wrote:Call Alexander rampersad, he is on Facebook . works at SBT Japan.
The sad thing is that useful working features like intelligent parking assist, moving object detection, rear side vehicle detection alarm, lane departure warning, etc. would not work again as these features are dependent on this head unit which is by the way quite sophisticated. Even the 360 view mounted cameras are very expensive and high tech. So I advise you keep the unit as cards/codes may be available in the future.
Hi on the bottom left of the deck there is a single button which is the camera button when parking either forward or back ward you.can press this and the camera will change also to the lower end of the screen shows you.a PA for parking assist click it and choose where you want to park and it will guide you. The automatic braking on these units are most.times greyed out.only when it is translated.into English the icon will be available to view and set. Hope this helps. Btw this is for the qy7391 caption decks. Currently working on getting an English sd card for the translation. Keep you.posted.lovescience1234 wrote:Hi my x
trail is late 2014
It had lane departure alert but not sure about parallel parking assist and the automatic braking to avoid head on collision
Since instuctuons in japanese was wondering if anybody else knows
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