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The new map data is simply transmitted straight to the vehicle over the mobile phone network using the vehicle’s built-in SIM card, thereby dispensing with the need for manual installation via an external data device.The system updates itself at regular intervals several times a year, whenever a new map version becomes available.So, in order to install the maps, first you must turn on your engine. You should also know that the entire operation will take a couple of hours (less if you're using USB drives) so make sure you have enough gas in the tank.After starting the engine, insert the first DVD into your car's system.Update progress is shown in the Control Display, while installation couldn’t be simpler as it all takes place automatically.
In this way, the most up-to-date map software is provided without delay to ensure flawless navigation.The specific media for your vehicle's navigation system will be listed on the map update product page.Today we're gonna cover the procedure that allows you to upgrade your navigation system's maps to the 2014-1 version.This cutting-edge solution is included as part of the Navigation system Professional, and customers do not have to pay either licensing costs or data transmission charges.Besides automatic map updates, the ultra-fast transmission of very detailed data over the air using a SIM card embedded in the vehicle also paves the way for transferring the Real Time Traffic Information (RTTI) used to optimise route calculations.To do so you can either use one USB flash with over 16 GB of storage (so that all 3 DVDs fit on it) or 3 drives of at least 8 GB that you can interchange afterwards. USB Instructions: This is a DIY guide and, as such, you must be aware the procedures described here involve some risks.