Updating gps skoda amundsen
The structure of those folders is same and the interesting part is in the subfolder named "Font". And told the latest navigation systems about vw, skoda and seat in detail way. Application Software Version Number="0034" and System Name=" ECE 2013/14 " I think 0034 means the update week. The Sat Nav isn't go to brick though surely, you could go and buy an 8Gb SD card plug it in and use that, then swap back the old one for servicing, it's just reading satellite data off the card. I believe we're entitled to free updates from the dealer, which they claim are released once per year. The Sat Nav isn't go to brick though surely, you could go and buy an 8Gb SD card plug it in and use that, then swap back the old one for servicing, it's just reading satellite data off the card. The one in question is 34 ECE, so 34 is not the week of the year if it has been released in June.Each of the 4 font folders contains different files preffixed respectively: 1 - Audi Type Semi*2 - VWThesis*3 - Skoda Pro Screen-*4 - SEAT Meta Style-*So, I guess the navigation software is the same on all 4 brands and it's only the different UI skins that are different with respective icon sets, fonts, etc. IMO with warranties in place it's not worth the risk of bricking your Nav with software (that we have no official guarantee is for our units) just to get some data a few weeks newer with some additional/changes to roads you'll probably never drive on. There is no relationship between the warranty and this process. I guess my Leon will come with the 34 already installed, so I'll have to wait until next update in November then.First I will describe how I did the firmware upgrade, then I will move on to how I updated the maps. Determine which revision of hardware/firmware you are running There are various different versions of RNS 510 along with multiple different versions of firmware, so it seemed like a good first step was to work out what I had.You can find out the specific hardware revision by a) taking the unit out of the dash and looking for the part number or b) using a secret hidden menu.
I also read that newer versions of firmware also provided additional features, bug fixes and performance improvements, obviously!
Its a very straight-forward process so if you are considering having a go I would encourage you to do so as its currently the only known method for importing these useful POIs into the navigation unit.
Cheers You can use the GPS POI Zone to do all the work: https://poi.gps-data-team.com/ (ready to use POI files), or create your own RNS DB3 files with this POI Extra editor: https:// It is all explained here: https:// in mind you may need original DVD Map discs to accomplish this task.
Today vw's discover media, skoda's amundsen and seat's 5,8 inch navigation systems work at the same way. 1)For VW: How to update: 2)For Skoda: How to update: These files are approximately 4,5 GB. If it doesn't work you can locate your original sd card. Note: These map updates are free for VW and Skoda now.
At the links below you can find discover media's and amundsen's map updates. If friends who have navigation system in their Leons can try this and inform us, we will be very happy. And you do not have to install anything to your car's system. For example if you want to update your Opel's maps, it costs 99 euro. Both VW and Skoda update links point to one and same file: I believe we're entitled to free updates from the dealer, which they claim are released once per year.
Took a while for the map to install but maybe because I was jumping from version 6 to version 12. I found the guys at Sat Nav DVD to be helpful and answered my questions before purchase.