Re: Navteq update
I wonder if another navteq sourced disk would work. When I had a Subaru, we were having the same issue of overpriced out of date mapping software. The Toyota GPS discs would work in certain Subaru models and someone had uploaded one onto the net for comparison purposes if you follow my drift. When I went from Subaru to Mitsubishi, the actual Multi media software interface was almost identical between the two cars but the maps were incompatible due to software coding in the head unit.
The point being, there could be a way to use a navteq sourced disc to update the maps in the Jeep. There is always a way around these things if you have the technical knowledge. I don't , but there is probably a jeep owner somewhere who does.
The other thing that shits me is why the manufacturers always cripple the software by disabling the red light and speed camera POIs. When I was researching the mapping software in the subaru, I contacted Whereis, who supplied the maps and recall being told that the whereis maps supplied to the car manufacturers had ALL the POIs on them, but that the manufacturers crippled them through the software program in the sat nav. I would be very surprised if it wasn't the same with the Navteq maps.
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