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soundzplus 
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Posted: July 28, 2005 at 10:27 PM / IP Logged  

ok -- here's a new one

Try taking the Rear seat output and going into the Rear View Camera input - toggle switch the reverse wire to +12v and diode it so its doesnt feedinto the reverse lights ..

Anyone try it ...

Let me know

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Complete Custom Car Audio
Warrenville, IL
danieljaluise 
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LOL!!! Where did you call, California or one of the zone offices?
It was their corporate office, the girl in charge of employee accomodations for best buy. Her name is Carinna or something. I didn't second guess her cause she sounded hot. 310-952-2000 call and see for yourself haha...
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I hope you aren't giving out numbers that aren't publicly available.
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Craz1000 
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hmmm... that might work soundz... granted youll loose the rear output and the camera input but then who really cares if your not cutting anything and voiding any warrenties... better yet... you can get some splitters of your worried about taking up the outputs/inputs.... but shhh yea that might work actually... im gonna try it at work when i get a chance to pull out the display N2
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daniel... BestBuy has employee accomidationis!!!!!!! no way... my store only has the alpine/kenwwod accomidations wtf man
shizzlean 
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Hello all there seems to be a new way to bypass n2 and d1. I read it on google groups. Do a search for avic-n2 bypass. Let us all know if it works. I'm not ready to void my warranty unless someone tells me its legit.

Shizzlean

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shizzlean wrote:

Hello all there seems to be a new way to bypass n2 and d1. I read it on google groups. Do a search for avic-n2 bypass. Let us all know if it works. I'm not ready to void my warranty unless someone tells me its legit.

Shizzlean

How about you try, ruin your unit, buy a new one, repeat and let us know how it works.
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"OK, we figured out the real way to bypass the lockouts on the new Pioneer nav systems. It is real simple, and does not require any complex switches or anything. This bypass will do two things:
1. Makes all nav functions available while driving (just like they
should be)
2. Make video playback available while driving
AVIC-N2: Underneath the unit is a small silver sticker, peel this
back. There are two contacts with the label "R197". Drop a bit of
solder between these to connect them.
AVIC-D1: Find an extra Pioneer wire harness, and pull one of the wires
out. In the AVIC-D1 harness, there is one open spot on the connector.
Put this wire into the open spot on the connector, connect it to
ground, then re-connect the plug to the AVIC-D1."
The instructions talk about solder bridging a resistor point on the N2 unit, and attaching a grounding point on the harness for a D1 unit.
The lockout is software triggered since it overrides settings on older avic units like the Avic 88 DVD which relied on brake grounding to display video, usually permanently overridden..
I was reading the google post earlier..just a matter of time before it propogates here..
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The info on the N2 is false. I personally deconstructed one today and there is no R197 and there is no silver sticker to be found.
shizzlean 
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12v_rep did you look under the HU?
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