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    Quote Originally Posted by matbar View Post
    Which is the button to press to have informations about Memory, CPU and GPU usage?
    Regards
    When system is idle, press and hold the "media" button until "Cheatcode" menu appears.
    Type SYSMON and press "Confirm" or "Apply"

    Then the system will ask you if you want it in overlay or basic, please use basic and turn "refresh 1 sec" on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrytt View Post
    Thanks for the information. I guess there are a lot of Dutch lease drivers here :P, since the Cactus and Peugeot 308 were very popular cars because of the previous tax regulations. (including myself 308)
    308SW indeed , lurking the FW right now

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaximilianVD View Post
    When system is idle, press and hold the "media" button until "Cheatcode" menu appears.
    Type SYSMON and press "Confirm" or "Apply"

    Then the system will ask you if you want it in overlay or basic, please use basic and turn "refresh 1 sec" on.
    Another "Cheatcode", use at your own risk!!


    ARKBYP
    Lets you activate the Arkamys bypass functionality.
    BT0DB
    Lets you allow the system generates a constant signal (0 dBm @ channel 39 (2441 MHz)).
    BT;ECHO
    It adjusts the Bluetooth Echo filter (BT;ECHO;0 = lowest / BT;ECHO;160 = maximum)
    BT;GAIN
    It adjusts the Bluetooth audio to Gain (BT;GAIN;0 = default / BT;GAIN;30 = maximum)
    BT;NOISE
    It adjusts the Bluetooth Noise filter (BT;NOISE;2 = lowest / BT;NOISE;20 = maximum)
    BTADC
    Allows you to change the ADC value of the Bluetooth signal (BTADC#sign(P(6) = higher, M(7) = lower)#value (-54, +12))
    BTINFO
    Allows the values ​​of your Bluetooth settings are displayed.
    BTRENAME
    This will adjust the Bluetooth name of the SMEG system.
    BTSTARTER
    This allows the Bluetooth module can be started and stopped (BTSTARTER;0 = off / BTSTARTER;1 = on).
    ECSAVE
    This allows you to turn on or off the ECO mode (ECSAVE;0 = off / ECSAVE;1 = on).
    FPS
    This is shown on the left a Frames Per Second meter next to the clock.
    GPS Info
    This shows how many GPS satellites are found and how much signal from the GPS module (shown in percentage).
    hwinfo
    This is the battery voltage, temperature and fan PWM displayed.
    NetInfo
    This shows information on the Internet from the car (when available)
    PING
    This allows you to perform a PING request to an IP address (PING,8.8.8.8).
    REBOOT
    This is the SMEG system restart.
    SPYCLN
    All recorded logs are removed from the system.
    SPYSTORE
    This allows a large number of log files to be exported to the USB stick. The USB flash drive must be formatted FAT32 and obviously in the USB slot of the car.
    SPYTAKE
    Allows certain system files from the USB stick is read into the SMEG (+) system.
    SWINFO
    This shows information about the software that is installed on the SMEG (+) radio.
    SYSMON
    This shows the CPU load, memory usage, and read / write speeds.
    TUNERINFO
    This shows information about the radio station which is on at that time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orte View Post
    Another "Cheatcode", use at your own risk!!


    ARKBYP
    Lets you activate the Arkamys bypass functionality.
    BT0DB
    Lets you allow the system generates a constant signal (0 dBm @ channel 39 (2441 MHz)).
    BT;ECHO
    It adjusts the Bluetooth Echo filter (BT;ECHO;0 = lowest / BT;ECHO;160 = maximum)
    BT;GAIN
    It adjusts the Bluetooth audio to Gain (BT;GAIN;0 = default / BT;GAIN;30 = maximum)
    BT;NOISE
    It adjusts the Bluetooth Noise filter (BT;NOISE;2 = lowest / BT;NOISE;20 = maximum)
    BTADC
    Allows you to change the ADC value of the Bluetooth signal (BTADC#sign(P(6) = higher, M(7) = lower)#value (-54, +12))
    BTINFO
    Allows the values ​​of your Bluetooth settings are displayed.
    BTRENAME
    This will adjust the Bluetooth name of the SMEG system.
    BTSTARTER
    This allows the Bluetooth module can be started and stopped (BTSTARTER;0 = off / BTSTARTER;1 = on).
    ECSAVE
    This allows you to turn on or off the ECO mode (ECSAVE;0 = off / ECSAVE;1 = on).
    FPS
    This is shown on the left a Frames Per Second meter next to the clock.
    GPS Info
    This shows how many GPS satellites are found and how much signal from the GPS module (shown in percentage).
    hwinfo
    This is the battery voltage, temperature and fan PWM displayed.
    NetInfo
    This shows information on the Internet from the car (when available)
    PING
    This allows you to perform a PING request to an IP address (PING,8.8.8.8).
    REBOOT
    This is the SMEG system restart.
    SPYCLN
    All recorded logs are removed from the system.
    SPYSTORE
    This allows a large number of log files to be exported to the USB stick. The USB flash drive must be formatted FAT32 and obviously in the USB slot of the car.
    SPYTAKE
    Allows certain system files from the USB stick is read into the SMEG (+) system.
    SWINFO
    This shows information about the software that is installed on the SMEG (+) radio.
    SYSMON
    This shows the CPU load, memory usage, and read / write speeds.
    TUNERINFO
    This shows information about the radio station which is on at that time.

    Source:
    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    In my Cactus I have tried:
    - ARKBYP, this is only useful when you have your own audio system connected to the current system.
    - BT0DB, is useful when you want to come to you car, when you unlock it, BT already connects. But, your battery will die out faster.
    - BT GAIN, is useful when your phone's audio system is too soft.
    - BTADC didn't work for some kind of reason
    - BTRENAME didn't work for some kind of reason
    - ECSAVE did work, but I don't find it useful. The fact that the car is using less diesel in traffic jams with this function is just great!
    - HWINFO is useful when you're trying to figure out why some weird things are happening in the NAV, haven't have to use it since 5.41.B.R4
    - REBOOT is useful for some cheats to be applied without having to turn off the car
    - SPYSTORE, see HWINFO
    - SYSMON, see HWINFO
    - TUNERINFO is useful when you try a new antenna or to find out when DAB+ isn't connected right

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaximilianVD View Post
    When system is idle, press and hold the "media" button until "Cheatcode" menu appears.
    Type SYSMON and press "Confirm" or "Apply"

    Then the system will ask you if you want it in overlay or basic, please use basic and turn "refresh 1 sec" on.
    Thank You I will try

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    Hello,

    5.42.B.R4 installed smoothly on my Peugeot 308 II (2016)

    I can not find any improvement related to 5.41.B.R4

    Has anyone encountered differences?

    THX

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    Wakes up quickly, more quickly calculates routes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orte View Post
    Another "Cheatcode", use at your own risk!!


    BT;ECHO
    It adjusts the Bluetooth Echo filter (BT;ECHO;0 = lowest / BT;ECHO;160 = maximum)
    BT;GAIN
    It adjusts the Bluetooth audio to Gain (BT;GAIN;0 = default / BT;GAIN;30 = maximum)
    BT;NOISE
    It adjusts the Bluetooth Noise filter (BT;NOISE;2 = lowest / BT;NOISE;20 = maximum)
    BTADC
    Allows you to change the ADC value of the Bluetooth signal (BTADC#sign(P(6) = higher, M(7) = lower)#value (-54, +12))

    Source:
    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    Do these bluetooth audio settings have any effect on a SMEG+ unit? I was trying to apply them, but nothing seems to happen (the head unit makes a beep and thats all). Callers complain that they can't hear me properly through the car's speakerphone since a firmware upgrade - I was hoping to fix this problem by changing these settings.

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    @happydoodle

    I tried only this with "INFO".
    If this is Peugeot 308 T9, probably can help only calibration by dealer.

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    Successfully upgraded my 308 (late 2013) from Factory installed version (4.1...) to last version 5.42.B.R4. First installed version 4.1.D.R2 and then directly version 5.42.B.R4. Each update took around 20 minutes, no problems encountered.

 

 
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