Try getting the new 2.0 firmware on and put it on a SD card, install the new firmware and then install AVIC feeder on ur computer and change the settings to your likeness and save it on ur SD card. your AVIC will ask you to update aka yes or no and click yes, after the first time it will restart and load again with the same ?, click no and go to MSN direct status. keep in mind that the upgrade must take place in the cradle in a msn direct zone.
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The MSN Direct traffic receiver is located in the cigar power plug of the power cord. When you purchased the GPS and included (or separate) receiver, a special code similar to a CD-Unlock code xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx was printed on a piece of cardboard that the cord and plug passed through. If you discarded the paper - fear not. The MSN Direct receiver code or number is available to view on the GPS screen when you select Tools --> MSN Direct -->Status -->Subscription. There is also a phone number displayed to activate.
When you connect a headset (after pairing you double-click the headset's icon and click the headset service) you will hear a beep on the headset itself. When you "answer" this by clicking the appropriate button then the connection is finally established - only then the sound is routed through Bluetooth.
It seems you are doing this already. But the problem is that this only affects programs that start using sound after the connection is established, or programs that don't keep the sound channel open. I am not sure that MSN does it. You could exit MSN, connect the headset (confirm the sounds are coming through it by using Windows Media Player for example), then start MSN again and see if it makes a difference.
does it charge via an AC charger? As most GPS units do better on an initial AC charge prior to being hooked up to DC. Your charge circuit is possibly faulty, or the internal battery has collapsed and needs changing
I believe this is a safety problem to prevent distractions to the driver since this unit is installed in eye sight of the driver. Parked position is fine because the parking brake is on signifying you are stopped. Once moving it should turn off multimedia functionality. Try grounding your parking brake cable to think it is always on :)