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About Yaredna

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  • Birthday 01/01/1967

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    Parkland, Florida, USA
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    911 997.1s cabrio
  1. I tried few FM options, including one that required short-circuiting the internal antenna to minimize interference with radio stations. None was acceptable. I struggled a lot initially with the Denison on my 997.1s convertible. Finally, the team developing it figured that there was an error in the firmware, and they release FW 0054 that I still use to this day. Very reliable on my iPhone X with iOS 11.2 i haven’t upgraded past FW0054 since it is working for me now both in Bluetooth mode and USB mode using a regular lightning to USB chord. I recommend reading the different posting on this, and trying it in three modes : Bluetooth, USB and auxiliary and see which ones work and which ones don’t. Also hexk your firmware if it is prior to FW0054 , get the latest firmware. The dealer in the US is very responsive and will email the firmware. They helped me debug the system and I provided them the data they needed to send to the manufacturer overseas to get the firmware working on iPhones. Best of luck
  2. I found the valet key under the passenger carpet...but after have reprogramming the other fobs at a dealer...meaning i need to take the valet key to a dealer to program. Before i shell out the $100 for programming, could someone share with me how they use the valet key in real life, and how it is difference that the fob (other than the remote feature)? Thanks in advance
  3. I purchased a C2S 2007, and like everyone else, hated PCM2.1. I installed a Dension, but it requires rebooting every three or four trips, by disconnecting the fuse. The interface is clunky, and the sound quality is average, at best. Anyway, there are some car features that require the PCM to set or program. Such as date/time. How would one do these, ince you swapped a PCM unit with another head? I am starting to eye the carplay devices (pioneer announced one).
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