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or change it to run as the shell application... search for it, theres a pretty good writeup on it
i seeking this too!!!
yay another kiwi!
theres a ton of posts on how to do this.
dude, nice selection of desi songs!
just use the ohm test function....
i ripped this connector off accident once, but was able to salvage it and solder back on.
your probably drawing too much current... i am assuming your running your computer off this fuse as well if so... try leaving the stereo off, when using the pc and vice viser then try it and see if...
couldn't have put it better myself!
i would separate the power wires you don't want interference
its probably that the two touch screens are interfering with each other, just unplug the usb cable from the second one and see what happens.
man, i used to pass those places on a daily basis when i was over in london pretty scarey
problem is that the razor has only one blue tooth channel and therefore you can't have both a data (serial) connection and a audio connection running concurrently.
this was talked about a while ago a search should so you some interesting posts.
a link may help
maybe dry joints
no one has mentioned about keeping the speakers in phase!!!
when wiring up the speakers make sure that you have the + and - terminals around the right way for all speakers. if you mix these up...
he said the gps unit is unplugged but still doing the same
why fix something thats not broken!
leave it as is i say.
i say delphi!
i think i got confused.
i thought you wanted to use a AC output adapter with a DC monitor.
[QUOTE=briderx;1056650]BTW: an easier way to power your system, instead of running the power to your battery, is to tap into the ignition switch on your steering wheel. It has your 12v + ACC in one...
dude AC and DC are two different things, your monitor is DC and you can't use an AC adapter for it