Tuesday, December 21, 2010
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Monday, December 6, 2010
I have a Kenwood DPX-8070MJ Radio in my car. The battery on my car was changed and the radio was now requesting a Security code ( CODE****). I tried all tricks but in vain. Eventually i managed to unlock it.
Here are the steps of unlocking a DPX-8070MJ radio player:
(1) Press and hold the 1 and then the 6 preset key. There are 6 preset keys or buttons on the face my radio on the left side. The radio will display a "C" just after the "CODE****"
(2) You now need to enter the code "KCAR" using a Kenwood remote control (The remote control for my radio is RC-600J). Point your remote towards the radio
(3) Press Numeric Key "1" until the letter 'K' is displayed
(4) Press Numeric Key "2" until the letter 'C' is displayed
(5) Press Numeric Key "3" until the letter 'A' is displayed
(6) Press Numeric Key "4" until the letter 'R' is displayed
(7) Press "Ent" button on your radio and YOUR RADIO WILL BE WORKING AGAIN
Saturday, November 27, 2010
In this video one user shows you what you get inside the box, followed by a look at how this tiny handset performs.
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
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Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Adobe reported fiscal third quarter earnings Tuesday that beat analyst expectations, but shares of the software maker tumbled in extended trade on dismal fourth quarter guidance that fell far short of Street estimates.
Shares of software maker Adobe took a hit Tuesday after the company provided fourth quarter guidance that fell far short of Street estimates.
The software maker reported it earned 54 cents a share in its fiscal third quarter, beating expectations of 49 cents a share. Revenue for the quarter rose 42 percent to $990.3 million, mostly in line with expectations of $985 million.
Adobe said it earned higher revenue in every one of its business segments.
Thursday, September 16, 2010
Monday, September 13, 2010
Thursday, September 9, 2010
Google is accelerating its search engine by displaying the results as soon as users begin to type in their requests.
The new "Instant Search' introduced Wednesday means people will start to see an ever-evolving set of results in the middle of the page with each character they type into the search box. The new feature will gradually roll out throughout the rest of the day.
Instant Search grew out of Google's quest to deliver search results as quickly as possible. Google believes this feature will enable its search engine to anticipate what a person is looking for with just one keystroke.
Tuesday, September 7, 2010
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Wednesday, September 1, 2010
Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg says a lawsuit by a man who claims to own a huge chunk of the popular social networking website is seeking to uncover needless details about his private life.