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Old 12-01-2019, 02:50 AM
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i have a 2014 m6 with nbt installed nbt evo cant get heads up display to work
anybody can tell me what i need to change


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i have a 2014 m6 with nbt installed nbt evo cant get heads up display to work
anybody can tell me what i need to change
So I changed this parameters into CAFD HU_NBT2 :

CID_APIX_MODE = APIX1
CID_COLOR DEPTH = 18
CID_COM_MODE = SPI
CID_DISPLAY_RES = 1280_480
CID_DISPLAY_SIZE = 8,8
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