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I have only one USB in the armrest and only one USB on the radio. Could it be that astraowner has an infotainment firmware version for a car that has more than one port installed, so that is why there are USB 1 & 2? I guess such a version should work also, although USB 2 does nothing.
So, here is the version on my ex-wifes newly updated infotainment R4.0 system. Hardware E2, firmware 220.127.116.11, date December 28, 2017. Unfortunately the update did not solve the problem with the radio, although they had it in the garage for two and a half days.
- Wed Dec 05, 2018 5:39 pm
- Forum: Faults & Technical
- Topic: Engine just stopped when I was driving today.
- Replies: 14
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I got my car back today. They changed the ECU, but they are not sure that it will solve the problem, as they do not actually know what the problem is. The car worked just fine when I drove it home. I hope for the best.
They could not update the Infotainment system today, as the update was stuck on 20 %. They need some special code from Opel/Vauxhall to complete the update. Sounds strange to me, though. They will try again tomorrow.
That is what I used as an excuse for one of the Astras. It should work, at least if the car is under warranty, as the infotainment system does not work correctly. It solved the radio station problem. The other Astra I got updated for free because I told the workshop that Android Auto did not work go...
I have checked the firmware of my ex-wife´s car and it is hardware E2, firmware 18.104.22.168, February 6 2017. I will be back with the, possible new, firmware when they have updated/fixed the infotainment system this afternoon.
Yes, I had the same problem with MY 2016. After an update of the R4.0 the problem was solved. As I wrote in your other thread, right now the system does not work neither with radio or bluetooth, so the workshop will look at it this afternoon.