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the other solution is so your stereo holds it's memory when you turn off the engine...you want to know how to store numbers into the unit... try on here....... http://www.manualsonline.com/brands/wharfedale_international
It probably is the antitheft system for the radio that requires a code be input into the radio to resume functioning whenever the radio loses power. You will probably need to contact the dealer to get the code for your particular car
This may be part of you problem........................
Hi this is the solution to the issue with the USB Error.
I recently bought one of these head units and found that when I
inserted a USB it comes up with a 'USB Error'. Well I searched on
Google and found others with the problem but no solutions. So I played
around and here is the solution that worked for me.
Try lots of different USB Drives. Mine started to work with the forth
one I tried. The size doesn't seem to be the issue as I tried a variety
of sizes both small and large. But the one that works is a old one I
have had lying about for ages (512mb) so it maybe USB 1 it may not be
but that is my best guess.
I have been using the USB almost exclusively now without any problems.
I have yet to try the SD MMC Card so I can't comment on how that works.
Hope this helps somebody out because this seems to be so far a great
little stereo, if you can find a USB drive that will work with it.