I took the first step and installed AIO. [...] Ever since the installation, the entire infotainment system seems really dull witted. Everything is much slower to load as well as to respond to user inputs. Any ideas? I did not change the firmware version or upgraded Gracenote. [...]
Hello @Tristan-cx5! I will try this suggestion. I want to understand one thing before I do anything. I thought I read a post where you told someone to install the ID7 first, followed by the firmware update, and only then install the individual tweaks. When I ran the ID7, the tweaks were installed automatically on my flash drive. Is that wrong? Should I redo it?
I did install Gracenote V 7 yesterday and I wanted to ask if I should go ahead with Ver 9 before proceeding. My current firmware version is 55 and my plan was to install the ver 59 fail-safe first and then "re-install" the same (but not fail-safe) version. I can post the full version numbers shortly when I get home.
Correct, that`s what I know (perhaps there are more/other solutions): ID7 first, followed by the firmware update, and then install the individual tweaks.
If it is possible to install ID7 and other tweaks at once, that would be nice. I never tried it - might be possible. But this only makes sense, if you do not update your FW at this session. As far as I know most tweaks are deleted at a FW update. So before planning/doing a FW update, there is no need to install the other tweaks.
I always updated FW first and then updated Gracenote separately, if a newer Gracenote version was available than provided by the FW. Sometimes a FW update also includes a Gracenote update. I would do the FW update first, then check the Gracenote version and then decide if an update is necessary. I do not know, which FW includes which Gracenote-version.
Also, I just downloaded these files again but they are a bit different; perhaps just dates and nothing else. I don't know. But should I move everything in the folder with the newer dates into the flash drive? The new one (below) also includes several files in addition to folders. I know I should probably remove the highlighted zip file but should I move everything else? And "this" is what is defined as ID7? Is that correct? Because the other file I downloaded was the one that launched the AIO tweaks. Thank you!
I think I did things wrong from my own misunderstanding of the word tweaks. Is this highlighted checkbox the only one I should be running first, before upgrading firmware or installing AIO tweaks? I thought that ID7 was a separate program but I'm thinking that is wrong. Also, I downloaded the newer 2.8.5. Should I go with that one instead?
Your highlight in AIO screenshot is the way to the ID7/Autorun-Tweak. Click that and then on the top compile to compile the id7 tweak to an usb stick. I would recommend to first do this (ID7) and after doing this, delete all files from the usb stick or take another one and then compile all other tweaks. As you have FW 55 and want to update to FW 59, you are fine with the ID7 from AIO.
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Read all before downloading and applying tweaks to your cmu unit!
Here is the latest best version AA v1.14b Tru_go 8th April 2020 "USB music supported!" ;) (5.9mb) usb cable or Wi-Fi aio andriod auto edition you can apply to your mzd infotainment. To get the best experience is to enable all...
New version of AIO V2!
This time for Windows.:dancin 1:
This new version was not created by me, but by user @Trezdog44 and is under development for several months now.
New Features in 2.0:
* Completely Rebuilt Desktop App GUI.
* Ability to install and uninstall tweaks in the same...