It can sometimes be worth it. When I drove my car off of the lot last month, they didn't put the then latest update from December 2019 on it and my Android Auto crashed frequently and looked a lot different as well. I decided to upgrade to the December release and it corrected most of my bad experience with android auto crashes and it's been great ever since, so it was worth it to me.I give up on trying to update the maps. The process is so time intensive and fails too often
Update on the update! Just installed seamlessly. Took just under 30 mins. So far only noticed new graphics in Sirius XM. Can folks please share any changes they notice?I downloaded it last night for my 2020 Limited. I'll try it later this morning. Had no problems installing the last couple of updates.
Thanks. This will help my discussion with the dealership that doesn't think this is a problem. I brought this to their attention in May and dropped it since I hadn't heard of any new updates since around December. I just called again and they still don't believe me but said they would do more research. Subaru of America said that I need to work it out with the dealer.
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SPOILER...I created the USB 3.1 key with the windows downloader. It took about 40 minutes to download and copy to the key. Total about 13gb. The update went smoothly and finished before arriving at our destination on a 20 minute ride. Haven't run navigation on the last update or this one so no comment on what's changed.
Exactly the same thing here. Installation on USB thumb drive, update the car unit and use it later on completely uneventful. Nothing changed to the point that if I haven’t done the update myself, I wouldn’t believe it was actually done.Downloaded via app, installed on USB stick, zero issues. Installed in head umit, about 30 min, zero issues. Changes I've noticed...zero. ;-)