- May 12, 2022
I'm done. Tried all the above and shows no sign of AA device being available until I plug the cable in.
I have a 2021 Arona that was built in Jan. I needed to use OBDeleven to get the AA wireless to work. The hardware was there, but it wasn't turned on in the system.Thats a good point, be interested to hear from anyone who owns an early production and running wireless AA
If you're hardware has AA but the wireless function is not working, then most likely an OBDeleven will be able to turn it on for you through adaptations.Apparently my vehicle is equipped with the hardware for wireless AA to function, I am not normally stumped by things like this, but on this occasion I really am stum
Beginning to think the same. I have tried every suggestion provided and the system refuses to offer a wireless connection.I'm having the same issue.
Early car, was stuck on 16xx. Had the update this week to 1896 and no Wireless AA (my courtesy 22 plate connected wireless no problems).
I'm 99% sure it's not been enabled as part of the update. In fact, I've gone as far as having a look with VCDS and the 5ghz/Google options are set to 'no' and 'USB Only'. But I don't have the knowledge to enable it with VCDS.
I've enabled mine in VCDS (had to change 5ghz from off to on and also Mirrorlink/Andriod Auto from USB Only to Yes.Beginning to think the same. I have tried every suggestion provided and the system refuses to offer a wireless connection.
Glad you got it sorted! At the risk of sounding like an idiot, what's VCDS? I deffo want to tru to sort this in mine if I canI've enabled mine in VCDS (had to change 5ghz from off to on and also Mirrorlink/Andriod Auto from USB Only to Yes.
Restarted the system and it connected instantly to wireless.