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Mitsubishi ASX' crappy Multimedia kit

Old 09-30-2012, 04:44 AM
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Mitsubishi ASX' crappy Multimedia kit

Hi,

I just purchased a new ASX 2012/2012 and went with the optional Multimedia Kit.
Can anyone tell me how to find out the real brand name of that model? There is no info whatsoever where I can see that info.
It is this kit:
Review Central Multimídia Mitsubishi ASX - YouTube

I would like to find out how I can change the wiring. I'm usually listening to the music stored on my USB stick. But with this kit, when I leave the car and come back the next morning, I have to go back to Music> click on the USB connection where my USB stick is connected to> and then it starts at the first song of the stick again instead of going back to the song it played the day before.
Also, is there any way to change the map system? I have a Garmin Nuevi 1350 and their map database is far better and accurate then this map system on the ASX kit.
Is there any way to increase the Local Memory (I'm not sure if a HDD or a simple memory stick is built into the system). Currently I have a whopping 100MB available (ouch).

Thank you very much for any help.

Cheers
Caesar
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