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Bought my Evora used and it has a pioneer infotainment system and whoever had it before me changed the password from the standard 1234 to something else. Has anyone else had this issue and knows how I can reset the password?

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Sure there’s a factory reset option in one of the menus - have you tried that?


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If there I a way to do so I have yet to find it. 

Will it reset to factory settings if I disconnect the battery? I'm hoping there I an easier way but I was curious as to that as a last resort.

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I think bruss is right either 4,5 or 6 zeros. From memory if you search the net I'm sure there is a file you can load to either rest the head unit or download to find the password. But it has been years since I did it.

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If it's the same as my pioneer unit it actually says what the password is when you go into the Bluetooth menu. Mine was 1111

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