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Can you force V10?

Kuhz

Active Member
Oct 25, 2017
1,901
2,071
Mars
Force to your car? No.

There is a myth that connecting to you service center’s network speeds up the process.

One sure way though is to keep your car connected to WIFI whenever possible.
 

boonedocks

MS LR Blk/Blk 19” OD-1/1/21 RN#1143376 NO Date
May 1, 2015
2,887
4,575
Gainesville GA
Force to your car? No.

There is a myth that connecting to you service center’s network speeds up the process.

One sure way though is to keep your car connected to WIFI whenever possible.


Was more than a myth but has not worked for well over 2.5 years now
 
So the other myth I've seen on here to force an update is to not only be on WiFi and advanced settings turned on but to power down the car, leave it off for 5 minutes or so and then when the car starts up from a power up it checks to see if new software is available. I've tried this the last two major releases are available and within a few hours I'm prompted that an update is available to install. This is probably no more than a coincidence but this method has been posted on here several times.
 

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