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After I had a problem with the suspension height, a Service Advisor told me the best way to do a reboot was to hold the two wheels until the "T" appeared in the 17" screen.Just wondering how everyone does a reboot after an upgrade to the firmware. I have been holding down the two scroll wheels until the 17 inch screen goes dark, is this the best way or do you hold down until both screens go dark.
As far as I've heard the most complete reboot process is to put the car in park, keep the brake pedal depressed while holding the scroll wheels until the T shows up.
Could be wishful thinking on someones part ...
No. To reboot the dashboard to hold down the buttons above both scroll wheels. If you do both this and reboot the 17" with the scroll wheels, (separately) then both screens are rebooted.Does continuing to press down both scroll wheels after the 17" touchscreen goes black
eventually cause the dashboard screen to reboot (go black) also?
4 months and never rebooted after update. Are we supposed to? I just assumed the 2 hrs updates included a reboot, like typical computer software
This one ^^^ Most of my reboots are now to fix LTE because it doesn't come back when traveling from an area of poor reception to an area of good reception.It does reboot as part of the install. I've never needed to reboot again for an update, although I do reboot annoyingly often.
It does reboot as part of the install. I've never needed to reboot again for an update
It does reboot as part of the install. I've never needed to reboot again for an update, although I do reboot annoyingly often to force podcast lists to update. Other people have reported that they need to do so for various reasons.