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Hi All, just took delivery of a 2011 Range Rover SC I picked up for a daily. It needs a lot of odds and ends, but I'm puzzled by the radio. I get to the audio menu, CD is currently highlighted. I can tap on the radio icon, it makes a click, but doesn't change from CD. I plug my Android phone in via USB, but when I select that I get an error. I have the USB iPod cable coming soon, but any ideas on the radio? When I spin the volume **** nothing displays on the screen and it doesn't have nearly the same "click" feel of the other **** on the head unit
 

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I am just guessing, but it sounds like the head unit is bad. They are not that hard to replace with either same or upgraded unit.
 

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I am not sure if it needs programmed for the Rover or not. I know I have been looking at an aftermarket touch screen options.
 

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I am not sure if it needs programmed for the Rover or not. I know I have been looking at an aftermarket touch screen options.
Aftermarket swap is pretty straight forward? Id be more interested in this route for sure. Just a wiring harness and a dash kit?
 

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This is what I plan to go with. I think the 2011 is different, but I am sure there is a similar product out there.

 

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That is sick! I'll have to do some recon for one for mine. Generally will aftermarket stuff from the sport cross over to the supercharged?
 

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I am just guessing, but it sounds like the head unit is bad. They are not that hard to replace with either same or upgraded unit.
Joey, doing some guessing and when I click Valet mode it asks for a PIN to turn it off, so I'm thinking maybe that's my issue? I wasn't given a pin though, is there a master or a way to reset?
 

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I am sure it can be reset by a shop with the computer, not sure about some of the aftermarket low end systems. (email these people and check https://www.gap-diagnostic.com/products/iidtool/)

As far as parts between a sport and supercharged sport most things are interchangeable, but the radio I showed, I am not sure if it fits in the after 2010 changes.
 

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Yeah I don't think the head unit would work, but a lot of aftermarket sights only list the sport for stuff. Thanks again for all the help
 

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