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      05-30-2012, 01:48 PM   #1
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Preset Buttons

Anyone know how to clear the Preset Buttons?

I know how to set them....ie long press, but how do you get rid of something that you don't want.

Search and owner's manual have not been helpful.

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Just overwrite it with something different.
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Just overwrite it with something different.
yes, but can you make it blank?
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There is an option in the CCC iDrive to delete programmable key memory, seems to have disappeared altogether in the CIC system Hopefully somebody more knowledgeable can chime in with an answer, now I'm curious!

There is a section titled Programmable memory keys in the owner's manual. It mentions nothing of deleting them however there must be a way to reprogram them to do nothing in particular and, therefore, bring them back to an unprogrammed state.

Last edited by JesusMChrist; 05-30-2012 at 11:34 PM. Reason: Browsed 2009 manual online, added second paragraph
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