Has any one else had a problem with downloading update for android auto? Have installed on USB driver but bike want update. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Unless the drive has been around for a long time, most are going to be USB 2.0 or higher. The USB 2.0 standard was released in 2000 and revised in 2001. You can still find USB 2.0 drives, but most new drives. are of the 3.x variety. You might be able to find older than 2.0 on eBay or the like if you really needed one for some reason, but they are a bit rare.Is the flashdrive (memory stick) that you are using the high speed 2.0 type? The install instruction says " A USB 2.0 or higher flash drive with at least 512 MB capacity "
I'm sure what you mean, not great at this stuff, can you explain alittle more?Have a look at the USB drive and see if there is a file called CRF1100_v3.update.log on it. I have just looked at mine and it is there and details the progression of the update, it may contain info on what is wrong with yours.
That should only be the case with USB sticks larger than 32GB. Smaller USB Sticks should still have the option to format to Fat32. There is a way to format a larger drive through a 3rd party app or Powershell, but otherwise finding a smaller capacity stick should solve the issue.The problem I'm having is formatting the USB stick to FAT 32. Windows 10 PCs and above don't have the FAT 32 option. Seems like all the newer USB Memory sticks are formatted as NTFS.
Are you talking Bluetooth or Apple Carplay/Android Auto?Ok, so finely have it download on the bike but now having issues with it connecting to phone. Any suggestions?