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I moved my post to this new topic. So, I intend to try to hack the "update" files for navigation. I re-downloaded the 2015 maps files. I changed the extension of the files from .sku to .zip. I downloaded from internet new maps (Q1 - 2017) I downloaded from internet a md5 generator. I checked if my md5 will generate the same code as the Renault (it does). I replaced in the zip files the Renault maps with my new maps and my new md5 files. I made new md5 codes for the .zip files. I renamed the .zip back to .sku Seems to be OK. But if it is not.... just wondering if I will be able to reset the R Link. And I see that the .stm files just say purpose="copy" I want to have the buildings directory (for those nice 3d buildings and landmarks) I am not sure if I need to change the purpose to something else... So, some help from somebody with better skills than mine will be appreciated!!!
I collected my Kadjar Dynamique S Nav on Wednesday and am really enjoying it. To be honest I've gone from a Megane so have nothing similar to compare it to in terms of size. But a massive frustration is the R Link system. It's SO complicated and, as has been said before, the manuals are totally not fit for purpose. The salesman I bought it from knew virtually nothing so thought I'd try here for some words of wisdom. When trying to set a destination in the navigation area it doesn't let you put in a full postcode. You enter 4 characters and then scroll through a long list of possible addresses until you find the one you want. It's really odd. If you've set a route, how do you then cancel it again? How do you add/change your home address. The car seems to have decided that I live at my office. Once the radio is on, how do you turn it off whilst leaving the rest of the system on? Would be grateful for any tips/solutions. Thanks
Hi All, I had heard but didn't get chance to try until this weekend, the sat nav in the Kadjar offers a full post code search. From the manual and videos I had seen i thought is was only first part and number from second part of the post code. Marc.