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You need to have "My Sirius Studio" software installed on your PC for the unit to be recognized and to perform the update once you've connected it with a USB cable.

You'll find the instructions and the download link for the software here - .
http://www.siriusretail.com/sl2update

Enjoy... ;-)

Sirius Stiletto... | Answered on Sep 20, 2017


exact same problem here. the fuse inside is blown, according to sirius tech support. I have a new one "on order" as a warranty replacement. They said it could take up to a month (in canada) i read many bad reviews about this unit... now I agree with them completely. 3 months of light home use before a fuse blows? Pathetic. A month wait for a new one? Unforgivable.

Sirius Stiletto... | Answered on Jan 08, 2014


Give sirius a call. You'll need the account password to deactivate the radio. If it's lifetime activation, then just let it stay active. The new owner will not be able to access your account, or view any information about it.

Sirius Stiletto... | Answered on Sep 13, 2011


Continuity check your fuses, they're tiny green SMD fuses located near your dock connector. However, it sounds more like a bad internal connection than a fuse. This was a problem that plagued ST1 sirius radios: solder on the chips' pins would crack, and when the unit heated or cooled it would no longer make a connection, thus requiring a reboot. Long story short, most of them can't be fixed without reworking the connections (and that's a lot of effort for something that will break again).

I'd advise you to send the unit back to sirius if you're still under warranty.

Sirius Stiletto... | Answered on Aug 22, 2011


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Sirius Stiletto... | Answered on Aug 05, 2011


A satellite radio is on different frequencies than normal boom box radios. Te stilleto antenna will not work with regualr fm/am boom box as the antenna is much too short..

Sirius Stiletto... | Answered on Jul 21, 2011


You may want to try to run a device recovery. Sometimes when a battery is drained, the Stiletto only remembers the status of the last battery as it ran completely out. A device recovery would help it reinitialize and recognize a new battery. Instructions and links for device recovery can be found here: http://www.tss-radio.com/links

Sirius Stiletto... | Answered on Jun 15, 2011


Hi, continuity check your fuses, they're tiny green SMD fuses located near your dock connector. However, it sounds more like a bad internal connection than a fuse. This was a problem that plagued ST1 sirius radios: solder on the chips' pins would crack, and when the unit heated or cooled it would no longer make a connection, thus requiring a reboot. Long story short, most of them can't be fixed without reworking the connections (and that's a lot of effort for something that will break again).

I'd advise you to send the unit back to sirius if you're still under warranty.

Sirius Stiletto... | Answered on May 04, 2011

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