This may have been asked and I'm sorry if it has.
Is there somewhere that I can download the navigation data and put it on an SD card, or do I have to get the SD card from a dealer. I bought the car used and the SD card is missing
I am not very knowledgeable in regard to programs & code type stuff. I was able to load Google Auto, a speedometer & a video app. What other cool stuff is there? Any suggestions (& instructions) are much appreciated. 2017 Mazda 6 in Florida. OS Firmware 59. 00. 330 NA N
Firstly, apologies if this post is in the wrong location.
I am looking at upgrading the Infotainment system firmware so that I can install android auto via AIO tweaks. I came across the megathread discussing all this however when I try to download the relevant firmware I get a 403 error.
After installing new firmware in the Mazda garage, I noticed an issue / bug.
there is a connection with WiFi signal, in navi want to see live trafic, screen is stuck on "downloading fueltype"
are there people with same issue?
My CX-3 Nav system (OS Version: 55.00.753 NA, with the January 2017 SD card update) incorrectly identified a street in my area, so I contacted support AT mazdahandsfree.com, assuming that they would add it to a list of corrections to be addressed in the next SD card update. Their response was...