We now have a decode solution for the Kenwood DPX502U, details can be found in the Decode area.
And whilst on the subject of Kenwoods, we have raided our stores and found another batch of detachable fascia panels, so if you have lost yours and need a replacement, check out our lists.
Also added to the instant code service are the Ford HS RNS and the Blaupunkt Lubeck CC20
We now have a workshop decode solution for the Vauxhall Touch & Connect Navigation system as fitted to the the Corsa.
We have been rearranging some sections of the website, after some of you commented that you were unable to find our lists of detachable fascias, or spare parts, so we have now put a new category on the left hand side that will also include some lasers and CD mechs in due course.
We also have a decode solution for those of you with the Sony DAB units in the Ford Kuga and have locked them out, and are proud to announce that we can now unlock them if they are sent in to us.
For those of you playing at decoding yourselves, we have know introduced a new chipset to our services, and can now supply FIS codes upon submission of the appropriate memory dumps.
If you have ever visited a garage or ran a flat battery only to be left with a useless radio that demands a code to function again, then you have had the pleasure of dealing with anti-theft measures.
In the likelihood that you are not a Car radio thief, then this is understandably rather rubbish, if you’ve tried to contact your dealer or seller to find the code, you might find that they want to charge you to retrieve the code.These costs are usually extortionately high and either the price they demand is too much or you have principles and endeavour to find an alternative solution.
In which case, a more cost effective solution would be to check for car radio codes online, as most car radios have been decoded and you will be able to retrieve your code with ease (assuming you are the owner of said radio)
For a nominal fee you could quickly pop onto our car radio database and find your cars make and model, punch in the serial and done. You will be able to get your cars radio code in minutes.
Not all models can be decoded from their serial number. If you have a stereo that is not shown here on our Instant Radio Code Service, then please check out our main
Radio Decoding Database
Clicking on this link will take you directly to our main decoding database, and there are many thousands of models of radios shown along with the decode solutions that we can offer. Some radios will need to be sent to us for physical reprogramming, and if this is the case, then full costs and instructions for what to do next, and how to get it to us, will be clearly shown.
We are now able to decode the Skoda Amundsen navigation system – full details can be found on our website.
And as well as the New Skoda Amundsen, we have found a new version of the Skoda Dance, made by Technisat, that has also been upoloaded to our database. A similar model used by Volkswagen, the RNS310 has also been added. We are aware that there are a few different versions of the RNS310 and they will also be added in due course.
We have also Upgraded the Blaupunkt Las Vegas DJ and Mercedes Truckline CC70 to Instant Code status, meaning that these no longer have to be sent in for recoding. A new variant of Mexico Pro CD has also been added to the Instant Code Service.
18th January 2013
For those of you trying to access our site with a mobile phone trying to get a code, then I`m pleased to say that we have some very exciting news for you with the launch of our new service, the i-Code.
As you are all well aware by now, we launched a fully automated code service a few years back, and we have been listening very carefully to the comments made by some of you who are either stuck in a workshop without computer access, or out on the road on a mobile job with nothing more than your phone in front of you. We fully appreciate how difficult it can be to navigate a website from a phone, and whilst many of you are managing to do this, we thought we would try to make it easier for you. So we have just launched our new service for mobile phones – “The i-Code” This service can be used with any smartphone that has internet access, and how it works is very clever, if we do say so ourselves. We have a new web URL for you (shown below) and if you type this into your phone browser it will not only take you to our new website, but it will automatically detect what device you are running, from Android to Apple, Phone or Tablet, and automatically adjust the visual appearance and settings that are best suited to your device. You can then follow the on screen instructions and drop down lists to enter your radio code information and are then transported to a mobile friendly version of Paypal where payment can be made. Not only is the code information then displayed on your phone, but it is also sent back to you via an email that you can give to our accounts people or keep as a record.
This service will only work with radios that we can supply an Instant Code for, and some models will still need to be sent to us. Full details of which are on our main website.