You can change the alert level of radar warning with Mirascript 1.0 beta for RT6 and DATAEXPLORER.EXE
First, you must save your settings on USB RT6 .
1 To do this , connect a USB formatted in FAT32 with MIRASCRIPT (4 files )
CMD in the directory can be seulemnt one file - RT6_USERCOM.CMD
2 Then put our USB key in RT6 and after recognition by the system of the car to the first question the answer YES (recording parameters) to the second question is NO
3 Remove the USB drive with RT6 parameters and copy the files on your computer, because you can always need the original settings.
1 . Insert the USB stick with our settings in the computer
2 . Run DATAEXPLORER.EXE and the issue of updating response NO
3 . Press " loadConfig and find the file" item RT6_2xx user_config.dat "( before it is sometimes necessary to disable the antivirus because it can see the file as a threat )
4 . Press the " Load DAT " and we show him the " User_config.dat " file on our USB stick as destination
5 . Go to section 1.5 and audio data in postions : 1 05.85 ; 1.5.86 ; 1.5.88 ; 1.05.89 , in the Value column, change the value to 8 ( but not more !) . Thus we increase the volume of the radar warning and front and rear obstacle warning .
6 Press the "Save" button and save the changes on USB confirming question about overwriting an existing file
7 Insert the USB stick in RT6 and when it detects the first question answer YES confirm ( then saves the data ) to the second question but not answer press the CD eject button on RT6 for 10 seconds to restart the system and remove the USB drive .
All operations performed on the engine lit , but it goes very quickly.
Of course everyone is at their own risk .
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or there http://mira308sw.altervista.org/fr/index.htm
Re: Change sound level alarm radar - solution found
Tried it out today. Worked fine now parking-radar beeps can be heard normally again. On my car I only needed to change first two values because the last two were already 8 (and because my car had Audio = 3).