GPS not accepting addressed, nor 'finding' what I enter. Also does not find POI's.
I no longer have UVO but cant believe that GPS would be based on having a subscription.
You can use the Navigation in the Telluride without a UVO subscription as long as your Telluride is equipped with Navigation which the SX trim is. You can turn the UVO Network off under Navigation settings and Use Network and you would uncheck the Use UVO Network box which is on Page 9-15 of the attached Telluride Infotainment System Guide. I included the UVO packages and what they cover and it does not affect the Navigation if your Telluride is equipped other than you won't be able to search the network for destinations without connection to the UVO network as most of UVO is for remote access features like remote start and location of vehicle when parked along with the ability to send destination commands from the app and using Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa with voice commands from home from what I am seeing.How do I find this Setting option to disable it?
It’s active because you still get the totally useless “basic” UVO service for free for 5 years.Mine says active too but we don’t have the car start etc so I’m not sure why it says active. I looked in settings and navigation to try and see something for GPS. I click offline and occasionally can get a location but usually I can’t .
You have to take it to the dealer to upgrade the firmware. I think there have been only one since last year.How do you upgrade the firmware? We shut off the uvo voice and it works better Today but still have to do the 2nd selection of “look offline.” I’m now trying to see if I can shut off the online menu popping up first because nothing online comes up
@Jennj and @jazzyone, you can update the firmware by doing the Map update which is a USB stick available from the MapNSoft website below. I had the old version and when I updated to Map Version 14.0 back on June 25th, 2020, my Firmware version was also updated as you can see from the images below. The first image was the map and firmware versions I had prior to the update and the next 2 images are the map and firmware versions I now have after doing the Map Version 14.0 update. It is no longer available at the below website but the Map version 14.5 is due out the middle of August and hopefully will be available by free download or should be available for order for a small fee as version 14.0 was available for $25 plus shipping earlier this year in May, June, and the first part of July 2020. For most people from what I have seen on this Forum, the dealers have not been able to update the infotainment software and firmware as most dealers have not had the updates available to them as the dealers haven't purchased them to update people's systems or are unaware that a software update for the UVO infotainment system was even available.You have to take it to the dealer to upgrade the firmware. I think there have been only one since last year.
That's unfortunate, I was hoping that by disabling UVO voice search, the offline search would be the default. I guess that's not the case!