@drazick and me have 2015 cx5 facelift, and instrument display language depends on MZD settings.Do you have mazda 6 ? When I changed language in mzd connect is ok, but on trip computer I still have german language
Do you know if this version , namely 59.00.449 EU N is for Mazda3 only?I bet Netherlands. :grin2:
Just look at his location info on the right side or google the navigation line from MZD screen "ravensdonk".
What more do you need? :wink:
como lo hiciste? el downgrade?Hi, I have a 2017 Mazda Astina which had a 59.00.??? firmware version on it. It seemed a bit buggy so I reverted to version ADR_56.00.513 which was claimed to be the latest Oz release. The downgrade worked fine although now I have lost traffic recognition, DAB radio, Smart Braking Assist control and other safety features which I previously had control over.
Searching your forums I can't see anyway of returning my car to version ADR_59, or is there?
If I used the EU_59.00.443C version would I get back control of my safety features.
I assume there is no point in going to my dealer for help.
Well you are a bit of a fool then, all the warnings posted on page 1 says DO NOT Downgrade IF you car was born with 59...so why? you know more than all those before you?.I downgraded by reloading the firmware 56.00.513 per instructions
You are completely wrong...a 2017~ has no new features, yeah right.No firmware in the past was only for a special model. If your Mazda has MZD Infotainment, you can use the update images, no matter if MX, CX or whatever. Important is the region (EU, NA, ADR) and maybe the mode year. All cars from 2017 should have v59. But it is also downward compatible. But has no new features. Atenza from 2017 has e.g. street sign recognition and that can displayed in HUD. Without the new HUD, you don't see this configuration part in MZD v59 settings.