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besla

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I tried this today and no luck. Still fault at 97%
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Watch this video
I think the guy has the same problem as you -> Update failure Here's how he fix it. time Time -> 2:49 ->

Good luck.
 

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IVANSUZUKI

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Hello everyone, I have just signed up and I congratulate those who actively participate in this interesting discussion.
I have read most of the more than 100 pages before to intervene as I do not think I have found an answer to my question that I ask below.
I have a Suzuki Ignis from 2017 so with dated maps and firmware (Europe), in this area Suzuki does not provide free or do-it-yourself updates, absurd!
It is absolutely not my intention to clone maps for profit, I would simply like to update the device I have.
I have excellent technical and computer knowledge (it's my job) so I don't think I have any difficulties with the firmware, a different problem for the navigator's maps.
It is not possible for me to get an SD with modifiable CID and therefore I am forced to buy a new SD with updated maps?
I saw that from the web I can find the contents of the SD updated but I was wondering if I can simply cut (delete) the old files of 2016 (the entire content practically) from my original SD and replace themwith the new ones found on the web.
Or is the famous CID uniquely closely linked to the file group of the original SD and if I replace the files with new ones, I make the navigator unusable?
I don't know if I was clear enough...
I thank in advance those who can provide me with clarifications on the matter...

Buongiorno a tutti, mi sono appena iscritto e faccio i complimenti a chi partecipa attivamente a questa interessante discussione.
Ho letto gran parte delle oltre 100 pagine prima di intervenire in quanto non credo di avere trovato una risposta alla mia domanda che pongo qui di seguito.
Ho una Suzuki Ignis del 2017 quindi con mappe e firmware (Europa) datati, in questa zona Suzuki non fornisce gli aggiornamenti gratuiti o fai da te, assurdo!
Non è assolutamente mia intenzione clonare le mappe a scopo di lucro, vorrei semplicemente aggiornare l’apparato che ho.
Ho ottime conoscenze tecniche e informatiche (è il mio lavoro) quindi non credo di avere difficoltà per il firmware, problema diverso per le mappe del navigatore.
Non mi è possibile procurarmi una SD con CID modificabile e quindi sono costretto a comprare una nuova SD con le mappe aggiornate?
Ho visto che dal web si può trovare il contenuto della SD ma mi chiedevo se posso semplicemente tagliare (eliminare) i vecchi file del 2016 (l’intero contenuto praticamente) dalla mia SD originale e rimpiazzarli (sostituirli) con quelli nuovi trovati in rete.
Oppure il famoso CID è strettamente legato univocamente al gruppo di file della SD originale e se rimpiazzo i file con quelli nuovi rendo il navigatore inutilizzabile?
Non so se sono stato abbastanza chiaro…
Ringrazio anticipatamente chi potrà fornirmi chiarimenti in merito...
 

mauriciomatos

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Hello everyone, I have just signed up and I congratulate those who actively participate in this interesting discussion.
I have read most of the more than 100 pages before to intervene as I do not think I have found an answer to my question that I ask below.
I have a Suzuki Ignis from 2017 so with dated maps and firmware (Europe), in this area Suzuki does not provide free or do-it-yourself updates, absurd!
It is absolutely not my intention to clone maps for profit, I would simply like to update the device I have.
I have excellent technical and computer knowledge (it's my job) so I don't think I have any difficulties with the firmware, a different problem for the navigator's maps.
It is not possible for me to get an SD with modifiable CID and therefore I am forced to buy a new SD with updated maps?
I saw that from the web I can find the contents of the SD updated but I was wondering if I can simply cut (delete) the old files of 2016 (the entire content practically) from my original SD and replace themwith the new ones found on the web.
Or is the famous CID uniquely closely linked to the file group of the original SD and if I replace the files with new ones, I make the navigator unusable?
I don't know if I was clear enough...
I thank in advance those who can provide me with clarifications on the matter...

Buongiorno a tutti, mi sono appena iscritto e faccio i complimenti a chi partecipa attivamente a questa interessante discussione.
Ho letto gran parte delle oltre 100 pagine prima di intervenire in quanto non credo di avere trovato una risposta alla mia domanda che pongo qui di seguito.
Ho una Suzuki Ignis del 2017 quindi con mappe e firmware (Europa) datati, in questa zona Suzuki non fornisce gli aggiornamenti gratuiti o fai da te, assurdo!
Non è assolutamente mia intenzione clonare le mappe a scopo di lucro, vorrei semplicemente aggiornare l’apparato che ho.
Ho ottime conoscenze tecniche e informatiche (è il mio lavoro) quindi non credo di avere difficoltà per il firmware, problema diverso per le mappe del navigatore.
Non mi è possibile procurarmi una SD con CID modificabile e quindi sono costretto a comprare una nuova SD con le mappe aggiornate?
Ho visto che dal web si può trovare il contenuto della SD ma mi chiedevo se posso semplicemente tagliare (eliminare) i vecchi file del 2016 (l’intero contenuto praticamente) dalla mia SD originale e rimpiazzarli (sostituirli) con quelli nuovi trovati in rete.
Oppure il famoso CID è strettamente legato univocamente al gruppo di file della SD originale e se rimpiazzo i file con quelli nuovi rendo il navigatore inutilizzabile?
Non so se sono stato abbastanza chiaro…
Ringrazio anticipatamente chi potrà fornirmi chiarimenti in merito...

You can't use the SD card with the old maps and simply copy the new maps to that card. You really need to buy an SD card with changeable CID or buy one pre programmed with the required CID.

Or...you can just do like I and many others do. Just buy the SD card with the most recent maps on eBay for 30 euros or so.
 

IVANSUZUKI

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You can't use the SD card with the old maps and simply copy the new maps to that card. You really need to buy an SD card with changeable CID or buy one pre programmed with the required CID.

Or...you can just do like I and many others do. Just buy the SD card with the most recent maps on eBay for 30 euros or so.
Thanks mauriciomatos, now everything is clear
 

IVANSUZUKI

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One question: I am a loving user of the TomTom (app Go for Android) which shows the speed limits and warns you when you exceed them and real instant speed (see attached photo).
Since the integrated navigator in the car is very convenient for use, I would like to be able to view these data, is there the possibility of seeing them also on SLDA?
I have not found a way to make them appear...
 

Zabo64

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One question: I am a loving user of the TomTom (app Go for Android) which shows the speed limits and warns you when you exceed them and real instant speed (see attached photo).
Since the integrated navigator in the car is very convenient for use, I would like to be able to view these data, is there the possibility of seeing them also on SLDA?
I have not found a way to make them appear...
No, unfortunately no.
It would need a major upgrade of the nav section from Bosch, which I doubt they will ever deliver.
You can only view this data through Android Auto applications (with cell connected to the car and to the net).
 

IVANSUZUKI

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No, unfortunately no.
It would need a major upgrade of the nav section from Bosch, which I doubt they will ever deliver.
You can only view this data through Android Auto applications (with cell connected to the car and to the net).
Hello Zabo64,
there is something, however, that I do not understand ...

I downloaded the manual and it looks like you can select to show speed limits!

Am I consulting a non-EU manual?
The same possibility exists in the manual in Italian (I write from Italy) with also the example screens while in the manual in English the procedure is described but there are no relative screens.
Should the FW of the SLDA be updated?
I have the original one of the car (registered in 2017: Software Version 1810.2_161007) ...
 

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Zabo64

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Dopo ci provo, ma se non appaiono allora evidentemente non ci sono sui dati mappa, bisognerebbe vedere se all'estero funziona o meno...
Per quanto riguarda gli autovelox l'unica cosa che puoi fare è impostarli come POI personali con avviso, ma il segnale d'avviso è poco udibile e non regolabile.
Prova a vedere https://www.scdb.info/en/installation-suzuki-slda-sln/

I'll try later, but if they don't show it's a sign they are not in the map data. Remains to see if abroad it works or not...
For speed traps only thing you can do is to activate Personal POI warnings, but beep is very low volume and non adjustable.
You can look at https://www.scdb.info/en/installation-suzuki-slda-sln/
 

Zabo64

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Hello Zabo64,
there is something, however, that I do not understand ...

I downloaded the manual and it looks like you can select to show speed limits!

Am I consulting a non-EU manual?
The same possibility exists in the manual in Italian (I write from Italy) with also the example screens while in the manual in English the procedure is described but there are no relative screens.
Should the FW of the SLDA be updated?
I have the original one of the car (registered in 2017: Software Version 1810.2_161007) ...
I have no such entry in my slda menu...
 

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IVANSUZUKI

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I have no such entry in my slda menu...
Si ho installato i POI con l'avviso ma è veramente poco visibile e il suono brevissimo.
Io sull'auto ho le tue stesse videate di settaggio.
Vedo che tu hai l'ultimo FW quindi non è stato aggiunto per l'Europa, peccato...

Yes, I have installed the POIs with the warning but it is very little visible and the sound is very short.
I have the same settings screens as you in the car.
I see you have the latest FW so it wasn't added for Europe, too bad ...
 

CerealKiIIel

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Feb 17, 2019
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Hi to all,

I am one of those who read almost all the hundred pages of this thread, but I found no solution to my issue.

I read that many just downloaded the firmware from the BOSCH website (currently 1790 is the latest suitable for Suzuki Baleno 2016 model for European market, is that correct?), extracted to a USB pendrive (FAT32 file system) and plugged it into the USB slot of the car, but this does not work for me.

Someone wrote that the above is just the source code, not installable because it should be compiled first and in that case I do hope you may want to help me compile that source code, if needed in order to install the updated version. I wish I will not be obliged to download the SLDA_SOP9 available from web for two reasons: I should trust the owner of that file but most of all I do want to learn how to do it by myself.

I do have some programming skills and I do know how to compile a software written in C/C++ when a makefile is present, but I see no makefile in the above source code.

Meanwhile, this is what I get when I unpack the source files
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What should I do next?

Thanks.
Regards.
 

mauriciomatos

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Aug 2, 2017
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Hi to all,

I am one of those who read almost all the hundred pages of this thread, but I found no solution to my issue.

I read that many just downloaded the firmware from the BOSCH website (currently 1790 is the latest suitable for Suzuki Baleno 2016 model for European market, is that correct?), extracted to a USB pendrive (FAT32 file system) and plugged it into the USB slot of the car, but this does not work for me.

Someone wrote that the above is just the source code, not installable because it should be compiled first and in that case I do hope you may want to help me compile that source code, if needed in order to install the updated version. I wish I will not be obliged to download the SLDA_SOP9 available from web for two reasons: I should trust the owner of that file but most of all I do want to learn how to do it by myself.

I do have some programming skills and I do know how to compile a software written in C/C++ when a makefile is present, but I see no makefile in the above source code.

Meanwhile, this is what I get when I unpack the source files
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What should I do next?

Thanks.
Regards.

You have all your information wrong :)

If you want the European version of the SLDA firmware, it's 1890 and not 1790. You will find it somewhere on this thread. The new versions are always shared here when someone has access to it. The stuff on Bosch website is indeed the source code and it's completely useless to us.
 
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CerealKiIIel

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You have all your information wrong :)

If you want the European version of the SLDA firmware, it's 1890 and not 1790. You will find it somewhere on this thread. The new versions are always shared here when someone has access to it. The stuff on Bosch website is indeed the source code and it's completely useless to us.
Thank you so much for your reply. Actually the BOSCH website mentions that version numbers starting with 18xx are for cars produced in Hungary while those starting with 17xx are for cars produced in India. My car is not produced in Hungary, but in India, despite it's for European market.
As you say, this interpretation is not correct, also considering that my infotainment has always had version numbers starting with 18xx (I had the service guys update the software a couple of time while the car was in the warranty period).

Last but not the least, is it possible to get the instruction to compile the software by ourselves?
 

mauriciomatos

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Thank you so much for your reply. Actually the BOSCH website mentions that version numbers starting with 18xx are for cars produced in Hungary while those starting with 17xx are for cars produced in India. My car is not produced in Hungary, but in India, despite it's for European market.
As you say, this interpretation is not correct, also considering that my infotainment has always had version numbers starting with 18xx (I had the service guys update the software a couple of time while the car was in the warranty period).

Last but not the least, is it possible to get the instruction to compile the software by ourselves?

You can either use an SD Card (on the SD slot) or a pen drive (on the USB port) to update the firmware. I usually use an SD card because I have a ton of them but a lot of people use pen drives.

Format it using FAT32 and then copy the content of the downloaded firmware to the root of the sd card/pen drive.

Insert it, turn on the ignition. The head unit will start and just wait a few moments until the system "sees" the firmware and starts updating.

If for some reason the update fails, don't panic. Just start again. I think on these last versions it's not common to happen but on the first updates I did a few years back, it was very usual to fail at first attempt.
 

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