Question about Car Audio & Video
Usually the service provider does this for you upon purchase of a new unit if with the same provider. Check with both service provider (if they are separate providers) or the original provider.
If your information is saved on thier server (via internet) then they should be able to upload the information from there.
Please let me know if you need any further assistance.
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