TonyWilliams wrote:bdl99 wrote:Regarding the Nag screen, does the enter button on the steering wheel (or any other buttons) not get rid of the nag screen? That would be a lot easier to simulate and minimize the amount of dis-assembly required. I know that approach works on other Nissan's but not checked the leaf.
No, it doesn't match my Infiniti G37, where I can use my left thumb on the wheel to press enter. The LEAF's Clarion A/V uses an older version of the Microsoft firmware. Maybe that saved Nissan $2 per install?
There are currently two methods to handle the nag screen; physically press the button on the screen, or press any other button to ignore it. Or do nothing, I guess.
When you say "or press any other button to ignore it" is that is any of the physical buttons regarding the AV unit like "Map", "Menu", "Status" but not the volume buttons?