Question about Kenwood KDC-MP235 CD Player
For these kinda devices the security can not be by passed ..and there isnt a master code to delete the old one ...The security code it is stored in a flash tip memory chip inside..and it is not sensitive on any power removal or any other trick cause it is not a memory that depends on power feeding to hold the information ...so ..the only way to do it ..is to take it to a rep[air shop that handle this kinda devices..and change the memory chip that hold the code...after that you will be able to insert your own code..or ..if it is not a new chip ..they will tell you the new code..
This operation it is well known among guys that handle this devices..cause it is a problem that is present among almost all second hand cars buyers ..and it is the only solution ..
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
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