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Master Geek


# 143181 5-Apr-2014 20:03
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Hi all

My car has a stereo that has all its commands in Japanese. Is there anybody who could translate the commands into English for me.
I have attached a dropbox link of all the screens.

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/63098986/radio.zip

Thanks
Greg

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pih

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Master Geek


  # 1019199 5-Apr-2014 21:21
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My Japanese is a little rusty (it's been 11 years since I lived there), but have you tried the Google Translate app?  You can take a pic and highlight the text you want it to translate.  Does a reasonable job (enough to get a basic understanding).  I'll check out the screenshots anyway and let you know if it's easy enough to read.

pih

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Master Geek


  # 1019229 5-Apr-2014 22:29
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Here ya go: http://tbf.me/a/E6E7F

 
 
 
 


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Geek


  # 1019238 5-Apr-2014 22:44
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Dam it, i was half way through translating it.

pih

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  # 1019246 5-Apr-2014 22:54
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nzcloud9: Dam it, i was half way through translating it.

Haha, sorry! :)



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  # 1019376 6-Apr-2014 10:19
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pih: Here ya go: http://tbf.me/a/E6E7F


could you post them again as there was an error message saying that the download had expired


Thanks

pih

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  # 1019607 6-Apr-2014 20:33
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nzrock:
pih: Here ya go: http://tbf.me/a/E6E7F


could you post them again as there was an error message saying that the download had expired


Thanks


PM'ed you another link - the 5-download limit had been reached before you got to it (srsly? 5 others are interested in the translation of your car stereo?  Or maybe it was a spider triggering the download count, dunno...)

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