The process isn't changing for you, so your dealership can let you know if there are any current flashes that might be available for your vehicle or you can check http://www.driveuconnect.com/software-update/
for Uconnect software updates.
You can always ask us to check your VIN, too, if you wanted to see if a TSB is applicable to your vehicle.
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Just a heads up about checking updates via the uConnect site with a VIN : their data isn't up to date. When I check for mine, as an example, the site tells me I need an update for my RA3 radio, while I already have this update, and have had it for a while now. It's highly possible they don't know this because I downloaded that update myself, when it became available, and I guess my KL hasn't been connected to Wi-tech since. And because we don't have 3G modems up here, there isn't a direct way they can know what my current software is, unless... they actually took notes when I downloaded the thing a long time ago, because I had to input my VIN, but the system isn't geared to do that, obviously...
So anyhoots, the frustrating part about all this is : why has there not been one word as to when this latest update would be availble as a download, not OTA, or at dealerships ? Not just for those of us outside the US market, but also for those in the US market but without access to the Sprint network (no signal).
It's fine they want to give this OTA updating thing a try and we get that, but why not let those who are left out know they'll eventually be able to get this update. We all know that once a company says "Update available", everybody wants in. Human nature, what can you do...
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