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Nav Hybrid Disk 9.1 With 5.1

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Hi, i'm trying to make a hydrid disk for my Lexus gen 5 ver 9.1 nav.

I want to use the ''hack'' to be able to input direction while the car is moving.

Can i put the upload 5.1 KWI file with the 9.1 version?

If so, how can i do that?

I have use 5 dvd and it still doesn't load.

Can someone explain please

Thanks

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Hi, i'm trying to make a hydrid disk for my Lexus gen 5 ver 9.1 nav.

I want to use the ''hack'' to be able to input direction while the car is moving.

Can i put the upload 5.1 KWI file with the 9.1 version?

If so, how can i do that?

I have use 5 dvd and it still doesn't load.

Can someone explain please

Thanks

I've NEVER reliably heard ANY loading file being successfully mearged with any data base past 6, but you can always keep trying. The world needs more coasters.

:P

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Hi, i'm trying to make a hydrid disk for my Lexus gen 5 ver 9.1 nav.

I want to use the ''hack'' to be able to input direction while the car is moving.

Can i put the upload 5.1 KWI file with the 9.1 version?

If so, how can i do that?

I have use 5 dvd and it still doesn't load.

Can someone explain please

Thanks

I've NEVER reliably heard ANY loading file being successfully mearged with any data base past 6, but you can always keep trying. The world needs more coasters.

:P

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I created a 7.1 hybrid using the 5.1 loading file with no issues on a Generation 5 Lexus Navi. The media was a Verbatium DVD +R DL that I purchased at Best Buy. I burned it on a HP computer of recent vintage using the "click to DVD" software supplied as OEM software. I created a double layer "closed" data DVD. I burned the DVD at the speed specified by the media (5X). I can override the motion lockout as described in multiple posts elsewhere.

I don't know yet whether the same technique works on a 9.1 update. I'm going to try.

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