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      03-28-2013, 01:03 AM   #1
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How do I rewind and fast forward my Sirius radio?

I've always had Sirius radio in my cars and always had a stand alone unit. I was able to rewind and fast forward radiowhenever I pleased. This allowed me to listen to a great song multiple times and also allowed me to try to understand lyrics a bit better. Anyone know how I can do this with the built-in unit in the M3?
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      03-28-2013, 04:29 AM   #2
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I've always had Sirius radio in my cars and always had a stand alone unit. I was able to rewind and fast forward radiowhenever I pleased. This allowed me to listen to a great song multiple times and also allowed me to try to understand lyrics a bit better. Anyone know how I can do this with the built-in unit in the M3?
Keep pushing the next (>>) for fast forward and last (<< ) for rewind AFAIK
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wtf you can rewind?? gonig to try this later today
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wtf you can rewind?? gonig to try this later today
You can rewind up to one hour IF you've been tuned into a particular station that long. Changing stations will only allow you to rewind to the point when you switched to that particular station.
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Sirius has this capability on their players but this can't be done on the BMW OEM head unit. There is no fast forward or rewind buttons on the unit.
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Sirius Replay and Store works in CIC units from MY2010-on.
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Sirius Replay and Store works in CIC units from MY2010-on.
I tried this yesterday and it didn't work. I've got a retrofitted Euro CIC unit from 2011 that has been upgraded to the latest software as of Jan 2013. Maybe only the US units have this functionality? I know they have an internal sat radio tuner and my Euro spec unit is still using the external sat radio tuner.
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I tried this yesterday and it didn't work. I've got a retrofitted Euro CIC unit from 2011 that has been upgraded to the latest software as of Jan 2013. Maybe only the US units have this functionality? I know they have an internal sat radio tuner and my Euro spec unit is still using the external sat radio tuner.
Only the internal Sirius tuner supports Replay.
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