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For those who maybe interested. Found at Hyundai website ( see it here Notice | Official Hyundai Motors Navigation Update Website ) about latest software update ( link lists all new features/updates in this latest update release) and went ahead - downloaded software, transferred to USB drive and updated my car from version V006 (as of June 21, 2021 ) to version V007 ( as of November 30, 2021)
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Entire process ( in car upgrade) took approx. 35 minutes. It went through the following steps: "Preparing,updating the map, updating the system, updating GPS, updating Modem, updating uCom, system restart, again updating, restoring data, one more restart". Honestly, I didn't notice any differences ( all my previously configured profile/settings stayed as they were prior to this update - considering that I saw step "restoring data", I would assume that in step "Preparing" - data was actually backup, even it didn't say so). I do not use Bluelink service ( cancelled it the very next day I purchased Tucson, I explained my reason in the post here Odometer reading problem? ) - thus, I don't know if for those who do use BlueLink - they may have different results.
 

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For those who maybe interested. Found at Hyundai website ( see it here Notice | Official Hyundai Motors Navigation Update Website ) about latest software update ( link lists all new features/updates in this latest update release) and went ahead - downloaded software, transferred to USB drive and updated my car from version V006 (as of June 21, 2021 ) to version V007 ( as of November 30, 2021) View attachment 487 View attachment 488

Entire process ( in car upgrade) took approx. 35 minutes. It went through the following steps: "Preparing,updating the map, updating the system, updating GPS, updating Modem, updating uCom, system restart, again updating, restoring data, one more restart". Honestly, I didn't notice any differences ( all my previously configured profile/settings stayed as they were prior to this update - considering that I saw step "restoring data", I would assume that in step "Preparing" - data was actually backup, even it didn't say so). I do not use Bluelink service ( cancelled it the very next day I purchased Tucson, I explained my reason in the post here Odometer reading problem? ) - thus, I don't know if for those who do use BlueLink - they may have different results.
Where do you plug in the USB stick to upload the update to the car — just in the regular USB slot under the panel that is used to charge my phone?
 

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Hello, I'm from Belgium and drive A Tucson nx4 Hybrid with the Gen 5 Wide navigation system. Will this car also get OTA in the next software -update just like the ioniq 5 in the 11 feb software -update?
 

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In Canada we had to go to the Navigation Site and download an app that creates a USB key and do the upgrade that way. Maybe this is just a North America and it work differently in other countries. You would think that by now they would be able to deliver it OTA as the vehicle is always connected to the Cellular Network but maybe in 2023.
 
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