Will a disconnected battery cause me to lose the radio code?

I own a 2011 Skoda Roomster and would like to know if disconnecting the car battery will mean I lose the radio security code.

Asked on 3 April 2020 by Mike Rand

Answered by Andrew Brady
No, the radio code is stored in the car so you should be fine.
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