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So i just did the update after buying my car in May. Doesnt seem to do to much but i want to keep it up to date. Just a heads up for those who do not know.
You will need a 64gig Flashdrive and about an hour once you start the process in the car. Downlaoding the program before this depends on your connection speed. It is a large file.
Put the flashdive in before starting the car and follow the prompt
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s. Dont give up once it starts it will finish on its own.
 

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So i just did the update after buying my car in May. Doesnt seem to do to much but i want to keep it up to date. Just a heads up for those who do not know.
You will need a 64gig Flashdrive and about an hour once you start the process in the car. Downlaoding the program before this depends on your connection speed. It is a large file.
Put the flashdive in before starting the car and follow the prompt View attachment 262 s. Dont give up once it starts it will finish on its own.
A couple of questions:
1. Can you please share the the link from which we can download the navigation update file?
2. How do we find what version we currently have so we can make a choice about whether or not it's needed or worthwhile?
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as for finding out what version you have in the vehicle so to settings on the infotainment system look for software version( I cant remember the exact title and take a photo so you can
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Just did this update ... some notes/details to help those who are interested in doing this.

You will need a 64gig Flashdrive and about an hour once you start the process in the car.
For Windows, the "Updater Program" install package (NavigationUpdaterSetup.exe) is a single file, just under 32MB in size. Once you install and run this application, follow its prompts to download the actual Tucson Nav update files saved to your local hard drive, and to then transfer them to a Flashdrive (aka USB key), the one used to perform the in-car update. When I did it, these 16 files totaled just under 25GB, so a 32GB USB key was sufficient. Notably, the program does NOT leave a copy of these files on your hard drive.

The in-car process for me was about 32 mins from start to finish (including 2 auto-restarts of the infotainment system). Mine completed in much less than an hour, possibly because I used a high-transfer speed USB 3 key. Since relaxing to the Bose system wasn't an option (the update renders the infotainment system inoperable), I used the time to run a cable from the front USB charging port to power my dash cam!

To avoid running down the battery, I had my car "ON" in Park, so the engine only ran occasionally - even so, I backed out of my garage to do it. As @Heavybob23 suggested, things go smoother if you insert the USB key prior to starting the car, though if you don't, it will prompt you.

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Just did this update ... some notes/details to help those who are interested in doing this.


For Windows, the "Updater Program" install package (NavigationUpdaterSetup.exe) is a single file, just under 32MB in size. Once you install and run this application, follow its prompts to download the actual Tucson Nav update files saved to your local hard drive, and to then transfer them to a Flashdrive (aka USB key), the one used to perform the in-car update. When I did it, these 16 files totaled just under 25GB, so a 32GB USB key was sufficient. Notably, the program does NOT leave a copy of these files on your hard drive.

The in-car process for me was about 32 mins from start to finish (including 2 auto-restarts of the infotainment system). Mine completed in much less than an hour, possibly because I used a high-transfer speed USB 3 key. Since relaxing to the Bose system wasn't an option (the update renders the infotainment system inoperable), I used the time to run a cable from the front USB charging port to power my dash cam!

To avoid running down the battery, I had my car "ON" in Park, so the engine only ran occasionally - even so, I backed out of my garage to do it. As @Heavybob23 suggested, things go smoother if you insert the USB key prior to starting the car, though if you don't, it will prompt you.

HTH!
The 64gb drive is what Hyundai specifys. With the total amount of time involved I didn't want to get half way through and need to start over.
Thanks for adding the Downloader part to this post. I had a total of 5 files that were used on my update.
 

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Just to follow up, the pic below shows my car's version numbers pre-update on the left (except for the Map, which I think was NAM.13.47.50.610.301), and post-update on the right. Sure seems like this "Nav Update" also updated the Infotainment Software and Firmware! Who knows, maybe it'll make my CarPlay more stable too (here's hoping)!
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I did the update this past weekend. The files for me were around 29gig and I used a 32 gig thumb drive. It took 1 hr 5 minutes to complete for me - I was using a USB 2.0 drive so maybe as mentioned the 3.0 transferred a lot faster. Have since ordered a 64 gig 3.0 thumb drive .
 

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The navigation map updates not available until November 1st. This update was only infotainment software as per Myhundai site.
I guess it depends upon your build/delivery date and when (if) you last updated. You can tell by my pics that everything was updated on my Canadian vehicle.
 

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I did it too, I think. There was no indication of upload in progress but after about 40 minutes something changed. What did others see. Is there a way to check if I have the latest upload?
 

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I did it too, I think. There was no indication of upload in progress but after about 40 minutes something changed. What did others see. Is there a way to check if I have the latest upload?
For details, look above at posts #6 and #8 made by me. Feel free to post any specific questions you have and myself and others will try to answer them.

The latest update I did on Dec 21, resulted in these versions ...
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You can have the Tucson navigation and the Android music on the screen at the same time. I haven't tried anything else.
Ok, thanks! My interest would probably lie in Android Auto navigation and either car radio or Android music split. I guess I'll just have to find a Tucson to test drive with Android Auto keyed up unless someone else has tried it.
 

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So i just did the update after buying my car in May. Doesnt seem to do to much but i want to keep it up to date. Just a heads up for those who do not know.
You will need a 64gig Flashdrive and about an hour once you start the process in the car. Downlaoding the program before this depends on your connection speed. It is a large file.
Put the flashdive in before starting the car and follow the prompt View attachment 262 s. Dont give up once it starts it will finish on its own.
"Don't give up once it starts it will finish on its own."

That's what she said.
 
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