From what I've heard, even a 64 Gb stick is recommended for update on some models. For example, Kia e-Niro MY22 update was 37 Gb.
That was indeed an issue with the "leaked" versions on torrent sites, but I have used Kia's own updater program successfully in the past.From what I understand, the MAC doesn't decompress the ZIP file properly. I'm sure I've seen a solution somewhere, have a Google and see if you can find it.
What exactly is Kia / Hyundai's problem with this?? Its been an issue for 3 years now. It's still an issue in the EV6 and from what I have seen, the new Niro EV.Sadly, still no use of Widescreen with Android Auto.😒
And for the rest of us (left hand drive)?When you select Android Auto the map and all the controls are now shifted to the far right of the display making them much more accessible to the driver.
That is the widescreen mode of Android Auto. It doesn't spread the map over the entire screen, it's still split 1:2 but you can tell it's the widescreen more because it has the buttons on the driver side instead of underneath. The small panel is mostly used to show which ever app you have for audio though you it can show the nav app when you actually use the audio app.I've just completed the update on my MY20 with a 32Gb USB stick - no issues. After the validation, a message on screen say that the update will continue if you switch the car off. This is quite confusing as the updater software says NOT to switch off before the process is complete. Anyway, it's done.
Sadly, still no use of Widescreen with Android Auto.😒
However, after a bit of fiddling around I discovered something useful (you may already be aware of this). If you go into Settings > Phone Connection > Phone Projection settings there is an option to enable/disable the split screen function with Android Auto. I've always had this enabled, so I disabled it to see if would make much difference and it does! When you select Android Auto the map and all the controls are now shifted to the far right of the display making them much more accessible to the driver.
The icons appear on the driver side so left hand drive will get them on the left. There is an option in the settings to change this but the default is "set by car".And for the rest of us (left hand drive)?
The original setup with one third of the screen just saying 'Android Auto' looks and feels really bad. Also the map is a long way from the driver on a RHD car. I don't particularly care if it's widescreen I just want it all used.Not sure about the obsession with wide screen in Android Auto, I remember my first Sat Nav device was smaller than my current phone, and it worked just fine. Are people going to be hankering after widescreen TV's in the car next!
Um... that's odd. I'm not seeing anything like that. Don't really know what to suggest other than see if the car will allow you to perform the update again.Did the update on my E-niro my22. Everything seems okay except the detailed consumption under the EV does not work while driving anymore. When i start the car it works and after 5 min or so it will prompt a notice that "Please use this after starting the car" or something like that.
Did a reinstall yesterday. Today in the morning the problem is still there :/.Um... that's odd. I'm not seeing anything like that. Don't really know what to suggest other than see if the car will allow you to perform the update again.