I ordered yesterday at about 1300 EDT and immediately received a system generated email that my order was received. At about 0000 EDT last night, I received the confirmation that my order was being processed with information about how to pay via PayPal (That's like 0600 in Sweden! Don't you guys sleep!?).
I paid it and went to bed. At 0930 EDT, I received an email with the token, a download link and links to 4 YouTube videos with instructions on how to install it. At 0950 EDT, I received an email from FedEx with my tracking information. This is an unbelievable turnaround. Very fast!
One note that might help get your order processed faster and without confusion: The screen shot below is from the Customtronix website. I copied the 6 questions into the Order Info field on the last screen of the order process and answered each of them individually when I first submitted the order. This is important because this information is used to build your software!
Here is the first half of the process for getting it in the car --
I went to Office Depot and bought this:
Put the USB drive into a USB slot on your computer and open Explorer (My Computer). Right click on the new USB drive and select format. Format with these options:
Now that the USB drive is ready, we can get the Customtronix software.
Here is the email that I received:
Click the link in the email and it takes you to a Mega DL site. Click Download.
The file is a .rar file. I used 7-zip to open the archive. You can get 7-Zip at 7-Zip
if you do not already have it. After you've installed 7-zip, right click on your downloaded rar file, hover over 7zip and then select Open Archive.
Click Extract and navigate to the USB drive that you formatted above.
Once the extract is finished (It took a couple minutes on my machine), open the USB drive in Explorer (My Computer) and open the tokens folder. Drag the token attachment from your email to this folder.
Close the USB Explorer window. Go back to the main Explorer window and right click on your USB Drive and select "Eject."
The USB drive is now ready for installation in the car. I'll upload a video of that in a bit.