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Old 09-04-2013, 06:43 AM   #43
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Old 09-07-2013, 05:57 AM   #44
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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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Old 09-07-2013, 09:00 AM   #45
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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!
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Old 09-08-2013, 03:24 PM   #46
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Pulled the log file, doesn't really give you much but figured I would post it anyway:

HTML Code:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
<!--<Inode Details description="FreeInodes/TotalNumofInodes" type="ASCII"><Value>DB:0/DB:0 FS:93046/FS:131072</Value></Inode Details>--><SWUpdateLog xml:lang="en">
 <VIN description="Vehicle Identification Number" type="ASCII">
  <Value>G1FZ1EP4EXXXXXXX</Value>
 </VIN>
 <ECU description="ECU Name" type="ASCII">
  <Value>CCR</Value>
 </ECU>
 <EndModelPartNumber description="End Model Part Number" type="ASCII">
  <Value>0000000023182551</Value>
 </EndModelPartNumber>
 <ProgrammingStatus description="Last Update Programming status" type="ASCII">
  <Value>PASS</Value>
 </ProgrammingStatus>
 <InstalledModules description="List of installed Modules">
  <SWModule01>
   <SWPartNum01 description="Software Part Number $01" type="ASCII">
    <Value>23182567</Value>
   </SWPartNum01>
   <ModuleID01 description="Module ID $01" type="Hex">
    <Value>00C1</Value>
   </ModuleID01>
   <SWVersion01 description="Software Version Number $01" type="ASCII">
    <Value>E.14.050</Value>
   </SWVersion01>
  </SWModule01>
  <SWModule02>
   <SWPartNum02 description="Software Part Number $02" type="ASCII">
    <Value>22768311</Value>
   </SWPartNum02>
   <ModuleID02 description="Module ID $02" type="Hex">
    <Value>0073</Value>
   </ModuleID02>
   <SWVersion02 description="Software Version Number $02" type="ASCII">
    <Value>E.14.051</Value>
   </SWVersion02>
  </SWModule02>
  <SWModule03>
   <SWPartNum03 description="Software Part Number $03" type="ASCII">
    <Value>22768303</Value>
   </SWPartNum03>
   <ModuleID03 description="Module ID $03" type="Hex">
    <Value>00C3</Value>
   </ModuleID03>
   <SWVersion03 description="Software Version Number $03" type="ASCII">
    <Value>E.14.051</Value>
   </SWVersion03>
  </SWModule03>
  <SWModule04>
   <SWPartNum04 description="Software Part Number $04" type="ASCII">
    <Value>22768304</Value>
   </SWPartNum04>
   <ModuleID04 description="Module ID $04" type="Hex">
    <Value>00C4</Value>
   </ModuleID04>
   <SWVersion04 description="Software Version Number $04" type="ASCII">
    <Value>E.14.051</Value>
   </SWVersion04>
  </SWModule04>
  <SWModule05>
   <SWPartNum05 description="Software Part Number $05" type="ASCII">
    <Value>22768305</Value>
   </SWPartNum05>
   <ModuleID05 description="Module ID $05" type="Hex">
    <Value>00C5</Value>
   </ModuleID05>
   <SWVersion05 description="Software Version Number $05" type="ASCII">
    <Value>E.14.051</Value>
   </SWVersion05>
  </SWModule05>
  <SWModule06>
   <SWPartNum06 description="Software Part Number $06" type="ASCII">
    <Value>22768306</Value>
   </SWPartNum06>
   <ModuleID06 description="Module ID $06" type="Hex">
    <Value>00C6</Value>
   </ModuleID06>
   <SWVersion06 description="Software Version Number $06" type="ASCII">
    <Value>E.14.051</Value>
   </SWVersion06>
  </SWModule06>
  <SWModule07>
   <SWPartNum07 description="Software Part Number $07" type="ASCII">
    <Value>22768307</Value>
   </SWPartNum07>
   <ModuleID07 description="Module ID $07" type="Hex">
    <Value>00C7</Value>
   </ModuleID07>
   <SWVersion07 description="Software Version Number $07" type="ASCII">
    <Value>E.14.051</Value>
   </SWVersion07>
  </SWModule07>
  <SWModule08>
   <SWPartNum08 description="Software Part Number $08" type="ASCII">
    <Value>22768308</Value>
   </SWPartNum08>
   <ModuleID08 description="Module ID $08" type="Hex">
    <Value>00C8</Value>
   </ModuleID08>
   <SWVersion08 description="Software Version Number $08" type="ASCII">
    <Value>E.14.051</Value>
   </SWVersion08>
  </SWModule08>
  <SWModule09>
   <SWPartNum09 description="Software Part Number $09" type="ASCII">
    <Value>22768309</Value>
   </SWPartNum09>
   <ModuleID09 description="Module ID $09" type="Hex">
    <Value>00C9</Value>
   </ModuleID09>
   <SWVersion09 description="Software Version Number $09" type="ASCII">
    <Value>E.14.051</Value>
   </SWVersion09>
  </SWModule09>
  <SWModule10>
   <SWPartNum10 description="Software Part Number $10" type="ASCII">
    <Value>22768310</Value>
   </SWPartNum10>
   <ModuleID10 description="Module ID $10" type="Hex">
    <Value>00CA</Value>
   </ModuleID10>
   <SWVersion10 description="Software Version Number $10" type="ASCII">
    <Value>E.14.051</Value>
   </SWVersion10>
  </SWModule10>
  <SWModule11>
   <SWPartNum11 description="Software Part Number $11" type="ASCII">
    <Value>77777777</Value>
   </SWPartNum11>
   <ModuleID11 description="Module ID $11" type="Hex">
    <Value>0047</Value>
   </ModuleID11>
   <SWVersion11 description="Software Version Number $11" type="ASCII">
    <Value>0.41.055</Value>
   </SWVersion11>
  </SWModule11>
  <SWModule12>
   <SWPartNum12 description="Software Part Number $12" type="ASCII">
    <Value>22950148</Value>
   </SWPartNum12>
   <ModuleID12 description="Module ID $12" type="Hex">
    <Value>0030</Value>
   </ModuleID12>
   <SWVersion12 description="Software Version Number $12" type="ASCII">
    <Value>E.14.081</Value>
   </SWVersion12>
  </SWModule12>
  <SWModule13>
   <SWPartNum13 description="Software Part Number $13" type="ASCII">
    <Value>23183288</Value>
   </SWPartNum13>
   <ModuleID13 description="Module ID $13" type="Hex">
    <Value>0031</Value>
   </ModuleID13>
   <SWVersion13 description="Software Version Number $13" type="ASCII">
    <Value>E.14.081</Value>
   </SWVersion13>
  </SWModule13>
  <SWModule14>
   <SWPartNum14 description="Software Part Number $14" type="ASCII">
    <Value>50000001</Value>
   </SWPartNum14>
   <ModuleID14 description="Module ID $14" type="Hex">
    <Value>0032</Value>
   </ModuleID14>
   <SWVersion14 description="Software Version Number $14" type="ASCII">
    <Value>E.14.091</Value>
   </SWVersion14>
  </SWModule14>
  <SWModule15>
   <SWPartNum15 description="Software Part Number $15" type="ASCII">
    <Value>23164544</Value>
   </SWPartNum15>
   <ModuleID15 description="Module ID $15" type="Hex">
    <Value>0033</Value>
   </ModuleID15>
   <SWVersion15 description="Software Version Number $15" type="ASCII">
    <Value>1.25.013</Value>
   </SWVersion15>
  </SWModule15>
  <SWModule16>
   <SWPartNum16 description="Software Part Number $16" type="ASCII">
    <Value>23111189</Value>
   </SWPartNum16>
   <ModuleID16 description="Module ID $16" type="Hex">
    <Value>0034</Value>
   </ModuleID16>
   <SWVersion16 description="Software Version Number $16" type="ASCII">
    <Value>E.0C.031</Value>
   </SWVersion16>
  </SWModule16>
  <SWModule17>
   <SWPartNum17 description="Software Part Number $17" type="ASCII">
    <Value>23164647</Value>
   </SWPartNum17>
   <ModuleID17 description="Module ID $17" type="Hex">
    <Value>0008</Value>
   </ModuleID17>
   <SWVersion17 description="Software Version Number $17" type="ASCII">
    <Value>5E.04.024</Value>
   </SWVersion17>
  </SWModule17>
 </InstalledModules>
</SWUpdateLog>
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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Old 09-08-2013, 03:31 PM   #47
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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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Old 09-12-2013, 11:38 AM   #48
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question! would we have bring your own maps on our camaros and other new apps?
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Old 09-12-2013, 12:31 PM   #49
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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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what did you find out about the new icon?
The Messages icon you mean?
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Old 09-13-2013, 07:46 AM   #51
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The Messages icon you mean?
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if i have a 2013 mylink, should i have siri when my iphone is plugged in? cause i dont.
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Old 09-25-2013, 04:24 PM   #53
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Went to my dealership today to update Mylink. They agreed to do it but took too long to download the firmware to the flashdrive. As a result, I have to go back on Friday to try again. I'm keeping my fingers crossed that I will have the redlight camera and message features. As it is Mylink won't allow me to change the songs using the steering wheel nor the radio. Ever since I updated to iOS 7, I can only change songs playing through my iPhone 4s with the phone itself. We'll see what happens. Wish me luck.
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if i have a 2013 mylink, should i have siri when my iphone is plugged in? cause i dont.
What kind of iPhone do you have?
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Went to my dealership today to update Mylink. They agreed to do it but took too long to download the firmware to the flashdrive. As a result, I have to go back on Friday to try again. I'm keeping my fingers crossed that I will have the redlight camera and message features. As it is Mylink won't allow me to change the songs using the steering wheel nor the radio. Ever since I updated to iOS 7, I can only change songs playing through my iPhone 4s with the phone itself. We'll see what happens. Wish me luck.
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redlight camera and message features..
what red light camera?
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