Started by g0nzal3s, December 27, 2019, 01:38:54 PM
Quote from: Lee on February 13, 2023, 02:48:27 PMHi everyone,Just an update that I did eventually manage to update the maps on my MY22 Giulia without the assistance of either Stellantis or my dealer - both of whom informed me Australian map updates were unavailable.The maps exist and are available - if you know where to look. However Stellantis for whatever reason are not making this information public or easily accessible for customers in Australia.
Quote from: Lee on February 13, 2023, 04:49:30 PMI would love to, but my concern would be that by posting instructions on how to do it, the loophole may be closed.I'm trying to ascertain if there's a mechanism by which I can distribute the maps without disclosing the method - which hopefully means it will remain open. As the maps aren't tied to a specific vehicle as they use an entitlement license already installed on the unit, it should be possible to simply distribute the update file. However finding somewhere to host such a large file is challenging.
Quote from: Lee on June 17, 2023, 04:00:55 PMHere you go: March 2023 maps for the Giulia MY2020+ (with Connect 3D). http://www.32kb.net/software/tomtom/2023.03/MAP50166.binLet me know how you go!Lee
Quote from: Lee on June 18, 2023, 09:20:37 AMHi mms,The Connect 3D navigation system use in MY2020 onwards doesn't require a license file, just the maps. The file above should be all that is required for owners of these vehicles. Earlier makes do require the license file which is a (slightly) added complexity. I will see if I can find a way to obtain maps for the earlier versions, including the license files. The method for obtaining the maps isn't complex. My concern with sharing how they were obtained is that Stellantis may close the loophole.
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