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Tinkan 07-21-2011 09:42 PM

Complete TSB 08-036-11 on your own - if you dare
 
For those that want to complete the TSB 08-036-11, IPOD AND IPHONE COMPATIBILITY ISSUES on your own, please take a look at the following link.

http://www.challengertalk.com/forums...p/t-61355.html

mrjeepR44 is very helpful and full of good info.

Kegs 07-21-2011 10:43 PM

Re: Complete TSB 08-036-11 on your own - if you dare
 
I did this on the very first night I had my new Jeep (two nights ago actually) at 2am because I was so pissed that my iPhone wouldn't work. All is well now after the fix. One tip, watch that your windows 7 computer doesn't format the USB stick with a GPT partition - mine automatically did for some reason. Once I formatted as a fat32 MBR disk and copied the connect.upd file onto it, it updated just fine.

cyanideg 07-22-2011 10:42 AM

Re: Complete TSB 08-036-11 on your own - if you dare
 
Where is the USB port located that you myst use? Is it behind the glovebox? help.

mjw930 07-22-2011 10:56 AM

Re: Complete TSB 08-036-11 on your own - if you dare
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by cyanideg (Post 452705)
Where is the USB port located that you myst use? Is it behind the glovebox? help.

The USB port is in the armrest / cover for your center storage compartment. There are 2 buttons on the cover, one opens the entire cover and the other only opens the top. In the rear of that small compartment is the USB port you plug into. It lights up when the radio is on.

cyanideg 07-22-2011 10:59 AM

Re: Complete TSB 08-036-11 on your own - if you dare
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by mjw930 (Post 452719)
The USB port is in the armrest / cover for your center storage compartment. There are 2 buttons on the cover, one opens the entire cover and the other only opens the top. In the rear of that small compartment is the USB port you plug into. It lights up when the radio is on.


Where is it again? Can I update it through the USB port in the top compartment? I thought it had to be plugged into a special box?

rangersplash85 07-22-2011 02:01 PM

Re: Complete TSB 08-036-11 on your own - if you dare
 
After my dealer told me they would need the vehicle for at least 3 hours for the update I decided I would try it myself. It worked flawlessly and now iphone and bluetooth streaming work. If only I could find the current RBZ update I would be set.

Cherodude 07-22-2011 04:42 PM

Re: Complete TSB 08-036-11 on your own - if you dare
 
I found the description on this Wrangler forum was pretty clear to follow, and has links to the updater files. Worked OK to finally allow pairing from my 430N with an old Motorola RAZR V3 that had previously been unrecognized via Bluetooth.

http://www.wranglerforum.com/f33/201...-88954-12.html

And cyanideg, the USB port to connect the flash drive to is the iPod port inside the top compartment of the central front seat armrest, at the rear of the tray.

Radside 07-23-2011 08:39 AM

Re: Complete TSB 08-036-11 on your own - if you dare
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Tinkan (Post 452466)
For those that want to complete the TSB 08-036-11, IPOD AND IPHONE COMPATIBILITY ISSUES on your own, please take a look at the following link.

http://www.challengertalk.com/forums...p/t-61355.html

mrjeepR44 is very helpful and full of good info.

Thanks for this...I just updated my system muself and my iPhone now works as it should...so far. BT streaming with screen on and no chopped playback. USB connection works as well. Hopefully iOS5 will bring us album art.

Troy Cruise 07-25-2011 07:08 AM

Re: Complete TSB 08-036-11 on your own - if you dare
 
Is there a way to confirm what software I have? My dealer says they did the update a few weeks ago right after it came out but I still have the same iPhone issues. Anyone done this thumb drive update on their own using a Mac?

smandon 07-25-2011 12:37 PM

Re: Complete TSB 08-036-11 on your own - if you dare
 
I think my UConnect is bricked after running this update. I sat through all the beeps until the radio came back up and now the phone and voice command buttons are not functional. The center console USB port is also dead... no light and won't charge my phone anymore. :(

r0tor 07-25-2011 07:58 PM

Re: Complete TSB 08-036-11 on your own - if you dare
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Cherodude (Post 452953)
I found the description on this Wrangler forum was pretty clear to follow, and has links to the updater files. Worked OK to finally allow pairing from my 430N with an old Motorola RAZR V3 that had previously been unrecognized via Bluetooth.

http://www.wranglerforum.com/f33/201...-88954-12.html

And cyanideg, the USB port to connect the flash drive to is the iPod port inside the top compartment of the central front seat armrest, at the rear of the tray.

worked flawlessly... i can finally stream audio from my Evo 4G :thumbsup:

Cherodude 07-25-2011 11:20 PM

Re: Complete TSB 08-036-11 on your own - if you dare
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Troy Cruise (Post 454281)
Is there a way to confirm what software I have? My dealer says they did the update a few weeks ago right after it came out but I still have the same iPhone issues. Anyone done this thumb drive update on their own using a Mac?

Did the dealer say they had run this TSB specifically (for Uconnect)? They may have run the other update for Sirius Travel Link and other tweaks.

In any case, I found that this Uconnect update did not change any of the software versions that show on the radio screen. But if the installer finds that the update is not applicable to the version of Uconnect currently installed it will just abort the installation and leave the setup unchanged.

As for the computer, I use a Mac, but it doesn't matter whether you use Mac or PC. Just make sure the update file (uconnect.upd downloaded via the Wrangler forum link or such) is put onto a USB thumb drive that is in FAT32 format. Disk Utility can reformat the thumb drive if necessary, but most USB keys are already in that common Windows format.

Good luck!


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