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    Here's a new one

    so after having that mystery software upload that didn't make CUE remember the voice prompt length setting, my settings including the 60 hand labeled presets I had we're blown away. so tonight waiting to pick up my wife from work I start restoring my settings and presets while doing so I decide to leave off the stations I never tuned into this left me at 40 stations. after doing this I go to the 'number of presets shown' setting and it's set to auto.... cool. I go to the radio app and start swiping the list and its got 5 extra blank buttons, ok no big deal I go back to lock the number of presets to 40 and its not there. let me rephrase that, you can limit presets in 5 favorite increments from 5 to 60 EXCEPT 40 because its missing, weird

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    Re: Here's a new one

    How weird. Wonder if there was a reason they skipped the 40 option or if it was just an oversight.

    Just an FYI: if you plug in a flash drive, you can export your CUE settings as an XML file. If you've done a lot of customization that would be tedious to recreate, you might consider backup up your settings. I've forgotten where I found the option, but I believe it's on the info. screen in settings that shows the version of CUE your car is running. I'm sure it's designed so dealers can migrate your settings to a new car (or new radio if they replace something), but it should work as a personal backup, too.

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    Re: Here's a new one

    Quote Originally Posted by reciprocity View Post
    How weird. Wonder if there was a reason they skipped the 40 option or if it was just an oversight.

    Just an FYI: if you plug in a flash drive, you can export your CUE settings as an XML file. If you've done a lot of customization that would be tedious to recreate, you might consider backup up your settings. I've forgotten where I found the option, but I believe it's on the info. screen in settings that shows the version of CUE your car is running. I'm sure it's designed so dealers can migrate your settings to a new car (or new radio if they replace something), but it should work as a personal backup, too.
    thanks i know about that, i just havent gotten it in my head that i need to add my car to my digital life backup regimen....lol, this is the third time ive done this, i need to go USB shopping

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    Re: Here's a new one

    Maybe we will get to use those OBDII program systems in the near future to reprogram and add/delete settings to the system. I think adding a souped up version to the engine for special occasions and changing the shifting of the tranny to go with the souped up settings would be doable. Or how about adding the outside mirrors to auto fold position when shutting off the car. There are a lot of little things that are capable of being done but for some reason were not added to our systems.

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