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    Hello,

    You can try updating FW 2.80 by CD, this method also works.
    The material really has a problem, you can "shunt" the two solder points under the device for "factory reset".
    Press the "EJECT" button for several seconds to force a new boot.
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    I tried to update 2.80, or via USB port CD because it's coming up ... that's what the buzz about whom I talked to you ... so that the CD can not update it.
    I'll try what you've told me to give it back to factory settings.
    So we just need to keep a few seconds the "EJEST" and he will return it to factory settings?

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    Hello,

    You must remove the RT6 of the car housing and shunt the two points of welding visible through a small opening on the bottom cover.

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    I do not understand...
    There should be a small hole this and that it pressed for full factory setting?
    No electricity?
    How?
    I do not understand...

    But in my RT6 off when the connector is no reset holes as shown on your picture ...

    Where's the hole for factory data reset ???



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    Hello,


    You don't need to unplug this connector and other connectors, leave them alone.

    For Hard Reset, push EJECT button for 10 seconde, RT6 reboot alone, power on.
    For Factory Reset, shunt two points of welding visible through a small opening on the bottom cover, power on.
    You will have to reinstall the firmware and mapping after.
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    Hello,
    OK,
    I've tried this, I held 10 sec the "EJEST" and only the screen is the second set to close and open, and that's all.
    After that, the CD continues to buzzes every 10 sec, to rotate as a CD that is not inside but in it. Bzzzzzz but after 10 sec bzzzzzz again ... and so constantly.
    But I still do not understand what the two points of welding under the cover story.
    Where are those two points?
    What is welding?
    Below which the cover?
    Where this is the cover?

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    Copy FW to USB key, put it in the USB port and do a reset. It should pickup FW from USb. I had several cases with the same simptoms and I solved them this way. USB Key must be formatted FAT32.

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    Ok thanks for the advice, I'll try to do more.

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