That’s good to know it worked, i just want to update to try and rid the unit of some of the bugs it has, like the Sat Nav not starting occasionally, reversing camera going blank for a few seconds before coming on or all my radio stations being greyed out.I have just updated from 0462 to 0479 and it did it in one operation, haven't seen much difference though!
Its scary watching the unit update, and praying that it will work OK afterwards, I lost all DAB radio icons which I had to add again
Just completed the update to 0479, everything seems to be working so will have to see if the bugs are fixed.Thankfully I didn't have any of those problems, and just wanted to be up to date to see if there had been an improvements, as I have 2017 Leon.
It was painless and took about 40mins to carry out.
The Software version relates to the Hardware version. So hardware H2X has software in the range of 02XX, H3X has software in the range of 03XX, etc. So you'd be trying to get software written for different hardware working on yours, which could result in bricking it.That's what I thought, just interested to hear if anyone's tried it.
I don't think they are that clever. The SVM error pops up on a normal scan and all those people running the standard navigation map work around will be showing one for sure, about 95% of them. They are a devil to clear. Apart from resetting the unit to be difficult but not refreshing the software they stick to soaking stuff in petrol and that's about the limit of their expertise. HQ give them instructions on specific matters that they pass up. Then they get told which ODIS keys to press. They don't look for trouble. When I messed my system up the limits became obvious. I then worked out what I needed to do and fixed it myself before I had a chargeable visit. The guy ran ODIS but didnt know how to fix.... and yes he was an expert in soaking engine parts in petrol.