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Old 09-01-2013, 01:35 PM   #26
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Do you not have the "Phone" icon on your home screen? I click that and it has my whole address book - well ish, it doesn't let me scroll past a certain point (think I have too many contacts). But if I press and hold the "Call" button on the steering wheel for a few seconds it activates Siri.
Yes pretty sure we do, she should be home in a few. I'm going to try and sync my iPad. It has Siri on it, our phones don't (iPhone 4). I will report back shortly. I need to look up to see if there is any update for the old radio in the camaro.
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Yes pretty sure we do, she should be home in a few. I'm going to try and sync my iPad. It has Siri on it, our phones don't (iPhone 4). I will report back shortly. I need to look up to see if there is any update for the old radio in the camaro.
Oh yea sorry, should have mentioned. The Siri feature only works if your phone has Siri (ie a 4S or a 5).
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So......I can't get the camera POI back. Even if I enable all of them they aren't showing up anymore. Dammit.

I also have a new icon on my home screen. Text messages. Going to have to pull the log files to see if an update was pushed to the car.

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Oh yea sorry, should have mentioned. The Siri feature only works if your phone has Siri (ie a 4S or a 5).
Yeah I know that part lol. I'm in the car now I'm going to uploa some pics of the screen.

I went to config/radio settings/software versions menu. I have a couple of things here, one of which is a "update radio software" option.

There is a bunch more, I didn't want to post a picture of all of them it seemed like a lot of scrolling. What more
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So......I can't get the camera POI back. Even if I enable all of them they aren't showing up anymore. Dammit.

I also have a new icon on my home screen. Text messages. Going to have to pull the log files to see if an update was pushed to the car.

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WTF??? Do you have a windows mobile phone?? If not you must have some newer SW on mylink that we dont. I have NEVER seen that. And the camera POI should be in the nav/map settings, listed as security cameras.
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WTF??? Do you have a windows mobile phone?? If not you must have some newer SW on mylink that we dont. I have NEVER seen that. And the camera POI should be in the nav/map settings, listed as security cameras.
Nope, iPhone 5.

And I don't have "security cameras" as a POI option.
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Just wanted to update, I went out to my wife's car with my neighbors iPhone 4S. I synced the Bluetooth and tried to get Siri to come up with the steering wheel controls. I pressed and held the talk button and nothing happened. However if I press and hold the home button to make Siri come up like normal on the iPhone, the audio transfers to the car.

In my camaro, I don't have the MYLINK, and in order to get access to my iPhone 4 phone book, I need to press the button on the steering wheel and when the prompt says "Ready" I need to say "Voice". Then after it will say "Ok Voice...Accessing IPhone". Then I hear the voice command beep and I can say whoever I want to call.

Sorry to steer in the wrong direction briefly, I am curious if anyone with a non MYLINK has to do the same thing in their camaro.
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Just wanted to update, I went out to my wife's car with my neighbors iPhone 4S. I synced the Bluetooth and tried to get Siri to come up with the steering wheel controls. I pressed and held the talk button and nothing happened. However if I press and hold the home button to make Siri come up like normal on the iPhone, the audio transfers to the car.

In my camaro, I don't have the MYLINK, and in order to get access to my iPhone 4 phone book, I need to press the button on the steering wheel and when the prompt says "Ready" I need to say "Voice". Then after it will say "Ok Voice...Accessing IPhone". Then I hear the voice command beep and I can say whoever I want to call.

Sorry to steer in the wrong direction briefly, I am curious if anyone with a non MYLINK has to do the same thing in their camaro.
That's how it works on the non mylink.


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That's how it works on the non mylink.


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You have an iPhone? Which model?
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Yes a 4S. That's how it worked on my 2011.


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Old 09-02-2013, 08:41 PM   #36
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Yes a 4S. That's how it worked on my 2011.


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Thank you for the info. Now I just have to find out if I have the latest software on the camaro and the equinox.
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Pics of my MyLink



I'm going to make a list of the version numbers in the OP - not to worry guys.









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Just discovered that the entire MyLink software is done through various Open Source projects - which means, somewhere on the Internets, is a directory of the MyLink firmware/software versions.
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Just discovered that the entire MyLink software is done through various Open Source projects - which means, somewhere on the Internets, is a directory of the MyLink firmware/software versions.
Ugh...we need to locate it! Updates without the dealer would be aweesome. Ford has this right, just go to the web, download update,flash, done.
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I'd be surprised if these guys aren't in someway involved and may shed some light on things.. http://qnxauto.blogspot.com/search/label/GM%20MyLink
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I'd be surprised if these guys aren't in someway involved and may shed some light on things.. http://qnxauto.blogspot.com/search/label/GM%20MyLink
See the OP - they built the hardware for MyLink. Panasonic then provides the software/firmware.
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Just discovered that the entire MyLink software is done through various Open Source projects - which means, somewhere on the Internets, is a directory of the MyLink firmware/software versions.
Right!
We have to find them (if they exist)
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Just discovered that the entire MyLink software is done through various Open Source projects - which means, somewhere on the Internets, is a directory of the MyLink firmware/software versions.
Maybe is possible to find on the web, the TIS2Web-to-USB software ?!
with this software we can download mylink update on usb!
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Maybe is possible to find on the web, the TIS2Web-to-USB software ?!
with this software we can download mylink update on usb!
Am I wrong?
You need a paid subscription
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Pulled the log file, doesn't really give you much but figured I would post it anyway:

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One thing I did notice was that the value for each model is the software version. Now just need to figure out how to sniff out which module is controlled by what software.
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Maybe is possible to find on the web, the TIS2Web-to-USB software ?!
with this software we can download mylink update on usb!
Am I wrong?
Yes - but you need a subscription to access the TIS2 site (which the above poster also mentioned). Either way - here's how you download the software:

Dealerships will need to purchase a USB flash drive in order to use this new method for future USB programming events. The USB flash drive should have:

· A USB 2.0 interface or better
· A minimum capacity of 512 MB
· No other files installed on the drive prior to calibration download
· No installed security software


By programming through the USB port, the programming time is reduced, which is critical when many of the update files for the navigation systems are 10 to 50 MB in size. Using the conventional pass thru programming method to update files of this size can take up to three hours.



TIS2WEB-to-USB

TIS2WEB has been updated to include a feature to allow you to download programming to a USB flash drive. For step-by-step instructions, refer to the Service Information and the Techline Information System (TIS) terminal.

TIP: All data on the USB flash drive will be erased BEFORE the TIS2WEB-to-USB flash drive download process. Transfer any data from the USB flash drive to another approved data storage drive before attempting to download a calibration from TIS2WEB.

On the TIS terminal, the appropriate calibration can be downloaded onto the USB flash drive from the Supported Controllers screen. (Fig 13)





Fig. 13



Once the calibration is selected, the USB flash drive should be inserted into the USB port on the computer. After selecting the USB drive, the calibration will be downloaded to the USB flash drive. (Fig. 14)





Fig. 14



TIP: Click the Refresh button if the USB drive is not selectable in the Available USB Drives box.

Once the "Remove the USB stick" message is displayed, the files have been successfully downloaded and the USB flash drive can be removed from the computer.



USB Programming

When using a USB flash drive in a vehicle, it is not a TIS2WEB programming event.

Refer to the appropriate Service Information, bulletin or PI for complete USB programming instructions, including maintaining a battery charge during programming.

Once the USB flash drive is inserted into the USB port on the vehicle, the navigation/audio system detects the software on the USB flash drive. Follow the on-screen prompts to complete the programming procedure. (Fig. 15) Also complete any other related procedures to ensure the navigation system and/or audio system controls function properly after programming.





Fig. 15



Once programming is completed on one vehicle, the software on the USB flash drive can be used for all other vehicles involved in a bulletin or repair procedure. Otherwise, the calibration can be deleted from the USB flash drive and used for future USB programming events.
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question! would we have bring your own maps on our camaros and other new apps?
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So......I can't get the camera POI back. Even if I enable all of them they aren't showing up anymore. Dammit.

I also have a new icon on my home screen. Text messages. Going to have to pull the log files to see if an update was pushed to the car.

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what did you find out about the new icon?
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The Messages icon you mean?
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