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Of your yellow frame only 70.00.335 and 70.00.352 are known that they can be enabled to install AIO Tweaks via USB if you do the ID7v2 serial access: www.mazdstweaks.com/id7. Also read as basic knowledge: www.mazdatweaks.com/serial
Of other versions it is not published/known how to do it. Higher FW versions like 70.00.367 of v74 can not be enabled via ID7v2.
I've been using MZD AIO for a long time but I recently had my Mazda 6 in at the dealership and they, unfortunately, upgraded my firmware to 70.00.335. Getting AIO to work is not as easy anymore.

The update.up id7 file link that you provided does not work. Is there any way to get this file so I can install AIO? Thanks...
 

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I've been using MZD AIO for a long time but I recently had my Mazda 6 in at the dealership and they, unfortunately, upgraded my firmware to 70.00.335. Getting AIO to work is not as easy anymore.

The update.up id7 file link that you provided does not work. Is there any way to get this file so I can install AIO? Thanks...
You'll need to downgrade as Tristan describes here, and then upgrade only as far as 70.00.100:

 

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@Madrok : See ID7 Recovery v2 - For this to work you need to do the serial access ID7v2: www.mazdatweaks.com/id7

@virusdoc : No, Madrok can update e.g. .335 over .335 using the ID7v2 files... no need to downgrade. Of course he can, but does not have to.
Thanks Tristan!

My main purpose is to get AIO installed and working again, but it would also be nice to get Android Auto to work as well. Is that possible anymore since my firmware was upgraded to 70.00.335?

Also, is it possible to downgrade and restore my firmware to what it was previously (59.00.442), making it much easier to install AIO again? And if so, how difficult would that be?
 
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