- Jun 20, 2021
- Reaction Points
- Current Ride
- 2022 Carbonized Gray 6.7 Lariat-Tremor
- Current Ride #2
- 2018 150 4x4 company truck
Yes that’s the license file exactly. Also my download over wifi had some sort of interruption after drinking beer in the garage and letting it sit idling for 30min. Checked on it after a neighbor stopped by and it stopped the download.Was your license file 4U5T-14G424-CD.TAR.GZ by chance? If so, then I'd imagine the real file will be a CE.
I refuse to spend the $40 to buy fords USB.To those that are attempting OTA map updates... I am not sure if that works or not but remember the map update is approximately 11.5GB compressed. The WiFi and OTA updates are going to download at around 20Mbps if your lucky which would take about 2 hours of uninterrupted downloading in a best case scenario. If there are any retries due to checksum/hash errors it will be significantly longer.
I am one of the unlucky folks that has never had an OTA or WiFi update work correctly in any of the last 4 vehicles I've had so I gave up. I am jealous, seriously, of those of you that are able to successfully receive things this way.
Yessir. I got an email response from the IT guy who was handling my case. Not only did he email me a link for a new (better, more acurrate) download, but they also updated the website for fresh downloads with the correct files and license keys. I already copied over to my USB and its installing now. I'll throw another update on here at completion, but at this point all signs seem to be headed in the right direction.Downloaded the Sync update and the Maps. Updated to 3.4.21194 first and it went smoothly - and for the first time ever, the log file successfully was recognized by the Ford website. Expanded the Maps files to the USB drive and copied the license into the syncmyride folder and it also appears to be updating correctly. About 15 minutes into the estimated 1 hour.
The maps updated completed in 1 hour 8 minutes. I guess they fixed the issues as of this afternoon.