Originally Posted by JackVette
I liked AV Navigator. Especially if you are editing input names. Much, much easier.
On the other hand, (unless I was doing something wrong), I was frustrated that you could not edit again after using AV Navigator???
I closed AV Navigator and just wanted to edit some settings. It made me start from the beginning and re-enter everything.
That was a pain....
I played around and found a short cut that apparently works, though I don't know if there is going to be any side effects. This is what I did:
0. Turn on receiver
1. Launch AVN
2. Choose Settings and make sure the IP address is correct.
3. Launch your browser and go to the following URL: (all in one line)file:///C:/Program%20Files%20(x86)/PIONEER%20CORPORATION/AVNavigator%202012.IV/AVNavigator/Wiring_navi/section_235(1).html?lang=en-US
This is essentially the same URL that AVN will take you to for the Input Names screen if you follow the whole wiring section step by step.
The first try may give you the Japanese display for some reason. If you look at the URL on your browser, you will see that "en-US" got lost.
4. Copy and paste to go to the above URL a second time should take you to the English display for the page you want
5. Check mark the devices and enter the names you want
6. Hit Next, takes you to the Power On page
7. Hit Next, takes you to the Detect page
8. Hit Next and at this time it detects your receiver and sets the names you entered
9. Close your browser, or continue to other screens.
It works for me. Report back if you found any side effects.
Edit: AVN remembers your last entries of what you have connected if you have used it already.Edited by soniky - 2/15/13 at 9:50pm