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Just done a firmware update on my corsa-e.

im presuming most cars recently bought are up to date from the dealer but the myopel app said i had one available.

the app has a link for help files but was empty so i googled and followed instructions on Peugeot website as it seems same.

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download took about and hour and half (4gb)

took ages to uncompres to usb key which i found wouldnt work as it wasnt fat32 so formatted and copied to key again.

Put in car. Got a message to say no media files on usb key but a few seconds later came up with a message asking if want to update firmware. Selected yes and took 20 mins ish to install. Was expecting it to take longer.

no idea what the update did.

need to do the sat nav update now.
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Can you check and see which Firmware version you have? This is the one in mine: Version: 42.01.72.32_NAC-r0

I've yet to meet anyone here in the UK that can get onto the my.vauxhall (or Opel) site via web browser. All I ever get is "Oops" and picture of a pug.

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I can get on the my Vauxhall website from my desktop Mac. Not tried it from safari on iOS though.

There's no date on this one.

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@b789pilot

Yes. I can login from there.

Did the dealer set up the account properly as they have to do something to make it work I think.
 

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Mines on 42.01.37.32 and has a 2019 date if I click on it. The app doesn't seem to say anything about up dating it, neither does my.vauxhall.co.uk which otherwise appears to work
 
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