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Old 08-08-2012, 01:55 AM   #31
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What is the "switch" button"? Look onn the bottom right corner of the radio faceplate, there is a 3 digit code, it this radio the RBZ? Because I have the RHB and the only difference between the 2 radios is mostly the navigation. I find the radio quite easy to use, not to mention that you caan use voice commands to go from AM - FM - SAT radio as well as any other media. Stations can also be located by VR commands.
switch button - steering wheel controls

Just double checked, it is RBZ.

Maybe I need to get into the manual to figure out Voice Commands. I dont seem to use it much if ever because its kind of like an annoying friend- it does too much talking and not enough listening.

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Old 08-08-2012, 06:18 AM   #32
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Yeah, there's several voice commands that are helpful. It'll become more of a friend as you use it more. I'm sure that some of the issue is that you have used other systems and they're not all the same. But you've gotten used to the other systems and this one works a little differently.
I know that sometimes when I do or use something new that it can be frustrating because it's different. Once I have used it and got use to it, then most of the time I like it.
Let me know if you have any questions and I'll do my best to assist you. OK.


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switch button - steering wheel controls

Just double checked, it is RBZ.

Maybe I need to get into the manual to figure out Voice Commands. I dont seem to use it much if ever because its kind of like an annoying friend- it does too much talking and not enough listening.

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Old 08-09-2012, 06:34 AM   #33
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switch button - steering wheel controls

Just double checked, it is RBZ.

Maybe I need to get into the manual to figure out Voice Commands. I dont seem to use it much if ever because its kind of like an annoying friend- it does too much talking and not enough listening.
if you know what you want to say, you can interrupt the voice by pressing the voice command button again.

Example - device pairing:

- press phone button on steering wheel
- say "setup"
- unconnected will then attempt to rattle off a list of options. Rather than wait til the end, hit the "voice command" button (not the phone button) to interrupt, and say "device pairing"
- and then so on for the remaining menus
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Old 08-09-2012, 09:29 AM   #34
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if you know what you want to say, you can interrupt the voice by pressing the voice command button again.

Example - device pairing:

- press phone button on steering wheel
- say "setup"
- unconnected will then attempt to rattle off a list of options. Rather than wait til the end, hit the "voice command" button (not the phone button) to interrupt, and say "device pairing"
- and then so on for the remaining menus
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Old 08-21-2012, 09:48 AM   #35
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just a little update on the 2011 streaming audio sound quality in vehicles with the Mitsubishi radios (RES, REQ, RBZ & RHB).
The update is being worked on and there is an iPod issue that is being worked on also. The iPod issue is where a song starts to play, then there is about a 1 second pause, then play continues. If both issues can be fixed with the amount of memory left in the module, this will be great. I'll let you know more when I hear anything.
just a little update on the 2011 streaming audio sound quality in vehicles with the Mitsubishi radios (RES, REQ, RBZ & RHB).
The update is being worked on and there is an iPod issue that is being worked on also. The iPod issue is where a song starts to play, then there is about a 1 second pause, then play continues. If both issues can be fixed with the amount of memory left in the module, this will be great. I'll let you know more when I hear anything.



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Ok, great. I'm working on trying to get something done thru a few connections.
I'm still confused on why it's difficult to navigate thru Sirius. When you're in the radio mode, AM, FM & SAT are touch buttons on the screen. You don't have to go thru the menu. What is the "switch" button"? Look onn the bottom right corner of the radio faceplate, there is a 3 digit code, it this radio the RBZ? Because I have the RHB and the only difference between the 2 radios is mostly the navigation. I find the radio quite easy to use, not to mention that you caan use voice commands to go from AM - FM - SAT radio as well as any other media. Stations can also be located by VR commands.


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Old 08-21-2012, 08:18 PM   #36
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That sounds encouraging, thanks for all your effort to get an update that fixes it!
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Old 08-31-2012, 08:54 AM   #37
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Hey all. Was doing some searching online for our van and the poor quality of sound via Bluetooth Streaming. I found out that there is an update that fixes the fast forward stutter playback and the dealer flashed the firmware of the Unconnect system, but still did not fix the poor sound. Just for reference here is how it sounds to me. This is on a 2011 Town & Country, RBZ.

At first, I thought we had a blown speaker upfront. Almost like a someone took a can of pennies and jumped up on stage and started playing with the band. Flat EQ out of the phone and the van didn't fix it at all. Just a very harsh, high frequency EQ problem of something. But it probably has something to do with the bit rate.

I can't believe there aren't more complaints about the sound quality. I found several discussions about the streaming issue, but nobody commenting on the sound quality, even after the update. Only proves how people hear things differently. But it's enough of an issue for this musician and it drives me bonkers.

As a side note, we have a 2011 Mazda CX-7. No issues at all with the bluetooth. Phone and music all sound fantastic.

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Old 09-02-2012, 12:38 PM   #38
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Do you happen to have a TSB I can refer to when for when I call my service dept?

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Old 09-07-2012, 09:11 AM   #39
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Just to experiment I plugged my Blackberry Bluetooth adapter into my aux port. I then streamed music via the adapter and it sounded way better then the OEM Bluetooth streaming.
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Old 10-11-2012, 09:24 AM   #40
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That's because they are 2 different audio lines. You're running the same audio into the radios amp that you hear thru the headphones. wired is going to be slightly different than wireless.




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Just to experiment I plugged my Blackberry Bluetooth adapter into my aux port. I then streamed music via the adapter and it sounded way better then the OEM Bluetooth streaming.
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Old 10-11-2012, 09:36 AM   #41
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OK, so here's the update for the Bluetooth Streaming audio on 2011 vehicles with 1 of the following radios ONLY:
RES, REQ, RBZ & RHB

For 2011 vehicles built prior to 6-1-2011 that have already had either 1 of these TSBs performed (#08-036-11, 08-036-11 rev A, 08-019-12). Your vehicle must have 1 of these TSBs performed.If your vehicle has not had the TSB performed, please let me know and I’ll help walk you thru what you need to do.
1) This is an update for the Bluetooth streaming audio sound quality.
2) There was not enough memory left to safely do anything for the iPod stutter at the beginning of the next track.

Here's the file and instructions for the 2011 Uconnect Bitpool update.
***Important note: Please make sure that the vehicle battery power is not interrupted. This could cause damage to the update and the module. The best procedure is to have the vehicle running during the process. *****
You will need a thumb drive of at least 1GB. If you have files on the thumb drive, please delete them and format the drive (to FAT32) just to make sure that it is completely clean
Download it to the thumb drive that has no other files on it. Once it is downloaded to the thumb drive, please rename it so the file is uconnect.upd (basically delete everything up to Uconnect.upd).
Turn the radio on, Place the thumb drive in the center console or glove box USB connector on vehicles with the factory installed unit. If you have the Mopar kit installed, the USB connector may be in the glove box. This cable is an optional cable <PN 82212160> and may not have been installed if the kit was installed at the Dealer.
Press and release the Uconnect button and say “set up, software update”. You should hear "update started". This process should take about 10 - 15 minutes; there will be some beeps during the process. Please listen during the update for any error message that may be said by Uconnect. When the update is completed, the radio screen will go back to a radio display.

High Speed CAN BUS vehicles use the link below for downloading the file:
43.1.40 HS bitpool uconnect.upd


Low Speed CAN BUS vehicles use the link below for downloading the file:
<I have added the Low Speed CAN BUS file here also because people from other forums and with other vehicles will possibly find this thread and if I didn't have it listed, I would have to start a new thread for it. So I'm just saving some time (perhaps just being lazy) for others ans well as myself>

43.1.40 LS bitpool uconnect.upd

Please reply back with your results. I have tested it myself and have also had a couple of friends test it for me.
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Old 10-12-2012, 08:45 AM   #42
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xsdbs,

This a new one? So I need to do this one now after doing the one you posted in the JK forum the other week to get my phone to stop stuttering when streaming? And I want to use the HighSpeed one, too, right?

Just want to make sure I am not going to bork anything.
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yes, this is a new one and has to be done afterthe first one. If not done in that order then there could be issues (such as if you did this one first then tried to do the first one, it wouldn't take. This is because the first one wouldn't see the supported SW versions to update).
This will give much better sound quality when streaming audio. The stutter that I have seen is from Bluetooth bubbles not meeting the Uconnect in proper time alignment. There's actually a more technical way of explaing that but I'm not an engineer and only know that the BT information is not a direct connection like being a wired connection. The BT information is sent to Uconnect in packets, these packets go thru a code hopping sequence that is somewhat predetermined. So Uconnect looks for hte packet and the streaming device sends the packets. If they don't meet up, then there is a small gap untill the next packet is sent and received.



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This a new one? So I need to do this one now after doing the one you posted in the JK forum the other week to get my phone to stop stuttering when streaming? And I want to use the HighSpeed one, too, right?

Just want to make sure I am not going to bork anything.
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Old 10-18-2012, 11:27 AM   #44
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I updated my 2011 Wrangler RES 130 last night with the file xsdbs posted and, wow, what an improvement! The high end of music streamed over BT is no longer clipping or distorted, it sounds comparable to playing through a hardwired connection through the 3.5mm input jack. Finally, high quality wireless streaming audio through Uconnect, love it.

BIG thanks to xsdbs for leading the charge on this one! I don't know what smooth talking you pulled on the Uconnect engineering team to dedicate time for this fix but, whatever it was, it did the trick.

Thanks again, xsdbs, I really appreciate it!
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Old 10-19-2012, 08:00 AM   #45
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, Thanks WranglerTexas! Glad that I could help out. This will be the last update for the 2011 Uconnect system. I was told that there isn't enough memory left for anything else. For those that want more enhancements, you can always just change out the Uconnect module for a 2012 unit. It would be a simple PnP install with no re-flashing.






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I updated my 2011 Wrangler RES 130 last night with the file xsdbs posted and, wow, what an improvement! The high end of music streamed over BT is no longer clipping or distorted, it sounds comparable to playing through a hardwired connection through the 3.5mm input jack. Finally, high quality wireless streaming audio through Uconnect, love it.

BIG thanks to xsdbs for leading the charge on this one! I don't know what smooth talking you pulled on the Uconnect engineering team to dedicate time for this fix but, whatever it was, it did the trick.

Thanks again, xsdbs, I really appreciate it!
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Old 10-19-2012, 09:42 AM   #46
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, Thanks WranglerTexas! Glad that I could help out. This will be the last update for the 2011 Uconnect system. I was told that there isn't enough memory left for anything else. For those that want more enhancements, you can always just change out the Uconnect module for a 2012 unit. It would be a simple PnP install with no re-flashing.

What would the 2012 module bring to the table beyond more memory? Would it be cost effective to swap? Like I need another excuse to buy something for the jeep.
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as of right now the biggest difference is the support of MAP for texting (but the phone mfgs need to work on their compatibility), better voice recognition and then there would be any furhter update enhancements that may come along. Like I hear that the iPod resume play may be in the works. (nothing definite yet).



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What would the 2012 module bring to the table beyond more memory? Would it be cost effective to swap? Like I need another excuse to buy something for the jeep.
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xsdbs, Sorry if I by any chances I get out of the topic, but after reading this post and your older post regarding to RBZ, I am a little confused on what alternative do I have for my radio which is and RBZ prior 6-1-2011 (If there any update that I can do in order to fix the streaming bluetooth bad quality issue? I have not applied any TSB update on HFM or my radio nor any software update

Thanks for your help
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Thank you!!!

xsdbs, THANK YOU!!! I finally have a stereo that sounds fantastic when paired to my iPhone!
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Old 10-22-2012, 06:14 AM   #50
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Ok, let me explain something, ok. We are actually updating the SW that is in the Uconnect module. The RBZ radio has an external Uconnect module. So what you'll need to do is in this order:
1) Using the same instructions as posted in the above post #41, download the file in the link below and apply it.
uconnect.upd

2) Now using the instructions and the file that is posted in #41, perform this update.

The steps need to be done in this order, ok.
The radio can be updated using a CD that was sent out by Sirius last year. You might be able to call them and have one sent to you or call the dealer to see if they have any extras.
Let me know if you have any further questions and I'll try to help.





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xsdbs, Sorry if I by any chances I get out of the topic, but after reading this post and your older post regarding to RBZ, I am a little confused on what alternative do I have for my radio which is and RBZ prior 6-1-2011 (If there any update that I can do in order to fix the streaming bluetooth bad quality issue? I have not applied any TSB update on HFM or my radio nor any software update

Thanks for your help
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Amazing

xsdbs, you are the man, it works perfectly now. That was the only real complaint about my truck and its fixed. Thank you sir!
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Ok, let me explain something, ok. We are actually updating the SW that is in the Uconnect module. The RBZ radio has an external Uconnect module. So what you'll need to do is in this order:
1) Using the same instructions as posted in the above post #41, download the file in the link below and apply it.
uconnect.upd

2) Now using the instructions and the file that is posted in #41, perform this update.

The steps need to be done in this order, ok.
The radio can be updated using a CD that was sent out by Sirius last year. You might be able to call them and have one sent to you or call the dealer to see if they have any extras.
Let me know if you have any further questions and I'll try to help.
Ok, maybe this is what I was missing. I went to do the update, formatted a flash drive to FAT32, downloaded the file, changed the name, inserted into both of the USB Ports in my van and the system would not read the USB drive at all. Would say, "There are no music files on device" or something like that. I tried two different flash drives with no luck at all.

Will this fix that?

I recently had the dealership flash the SW to fix the stuttering problem with BT streaming, but that didn't fix the poor sound quality obviously. I believe I have needed updates for this one to work.
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Ok, if you have had the one from lastt year already done, then all you'll need to do is perform the one in post #41. The message that you're getting about the "no Music files" makes me ask if you are pressing and releasing the Uconnect phone button, the saying "set up, software update"? You need to do this update from the USB connector in the remote located USB connector, not the one on the radio faceplate.



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Ok, maybe this is what I was missing. I went to do the update, formatted a flash drive to FAT32, downloaded the file, changed the name, inserted into both of the USB Ports in my van and the system would not read the USB drive at all. Would say, "There are no music files on device" or something like that. I tried two different flash drives with no luck at all.

Will this fix that?

I recently had the dealership flash the SW to fix the stuttering problem with BT streaming, but that didn't fix the poor sound quality obviously. I believe I have needed updates for this one to work.
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Ok, if you have had the one from lastt year already done, then all you'll need to do is perform the one in post #41. The message that you're getting about the "no Music files" makes me ask if you are pressing and releasing the Uconnect phone button, the saying "set up, software update"? You need to do this update from the USB connector in the remote located USB connector, not the one on the radio faceplate.
I tried both USB ports. One in the glove box and the one directly on the face of the unit. I hit the the button that has the "Bad Breath" icon and say "Set up, software update" and get nothing other than the wrong response from the chick in the box.
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There's the problem, You're pressing the wrong button. You need to press and release the button with the white phone on it. This is the Uconnect button. The other one is the VR button for voice commands.





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I tried both USB ports. One in the glove box and the one directly on the face of the unit. I hit the the button that has the "Bad Breath" icon and say "Set up, software update" and get nothing other than the wrong response from the chick in the box.
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Thanks xsdbs for your reply. On your post 41 you mentioned that TSB has to be applied before going to this and my radio does not have TSB applied. Even without TSB applied, Can I proceed as you explained below (in the quote) below step 1 and then step 2?

This is just to confirm before making the steps (i do not want to screw it up)

An the other question if is there is a way to know if my radio is a Low Speed or High Speed bus (there are two files for step 2)

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Ok, let me explain something, ok. We are actually updating the SW that is in the Uconnect module. The RBZ radio has an external Uconnect module. So what you'll need to do is in this order:
1) Using the same instructions as posted in the above post #41, download the file in the link below and apply it.
uconnect.upd

2) Now using the instructions and the file that is posted in #41, perform this update.

The steps need to be done in this order, ok.
The radio can be updated using a CD that was sent out by Sirius last year. You might be able to call them and have one sent to you or call the dealer to see if they have any extras.
Let me know if you have any further questions and I'll try to help.
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I tried both USB ports. One in the glove box and the one directly on the face of the unit. I hit the the button that has the "Bad Breath" icon and say "Set up, software update" and get nothing other than the wrong response from the chick in the box.
HA! Don't stress it, man. I did the same thing when I first tried the update. Always thought that that button was the Uconnect one and the other was the phone button. Almost came back whining to xsdbs about his dumb instructions, too.
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By they way, xsdbs, the startup for the radio is slightly different after applying the previous TSB (not installed the new one yet). I get an "initializing" pop up now that I didn't see before. Everything seems to work fine, except for some differences between my Evo and new SIII, so was curious if this screen was to be expected.

*In case you were curious, I used to be able to start BT playback via the radio controls with my Evo and now I have the start it on my SIII first before the radio controls do anything. Not a big deal but inconvenient having to take my phone out to play stuff. Am dealing.
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There's the problem, You're pressing the wrong button. You need to press and release the button with the white phone on it. This is the Uconnect button. The other one is the VR button for voice commands.
I too am a moron and was using the wrong button. That said, now that I use the correct process, I am getting a message that says "Please attach USB mass storage device with update file to system connector and try again." Weird thing is that the file is indeed on the thumb drive. I tried both the radio USB and the one in the arm rest but no luck (same response).

My current app version is 23.04.41 / Audio CPU 021511. RHB Unit on 2011 Sahara JKU.

Thoughts?

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