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  • Ford Model
    Focus ST
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  • UK/Ireland Location
  • Annual Mileage
    5001 to 10,000
  1. Just updated. Worked a treat. Great find.
  2. A bit sad, but very much looking forward to getting home from work tonight and trying this out. WHY didn't I bring a USB to work with me today.....
  3. Great. Back to CD's it is then
  4. I saw your another post of yours, and it mentioned you were getting the 4s? Do you get the Bluetooth issues when using the 4S, or was this when using the 4 with the iOS5 update?
  5. Finally got time to go to my dealer this morning - was pretty much told, in a nice way, to !Removed! off. Their reaction was: 1) It was working fine before iOS 5, therefore the software in the car is fine, the software in the phone isn't (good point I suppose). 2) They could try to update, but it could make the problem worse, so they don't really want to risk it. 3) Wait until Apple realise that they have messed up and release an update to fix the issue. I'm not holding my breath. Sucks really.
  6. They're doing mine "under warranty", which indicates they'd normally charge (though I suppose this could differ from dealer to dealer). If they do usually charge, then I see that as a rip-off.
  7. I hate being predictable.... The car has just celebrated it's first birthday, so not exactly old. I've not tried using it for calls over the BT connection yet, so I don't know if that has the same effect. So are you now running the full version of iOS 5, not a Beta version? I'd have thought the length of time it's been used for would be irrelevent - mine started playing up literally half an hour after I'd finished installing iOS 5. 'Tis annoying.
  8. Does this have to be done by the dealer, or can it be downloaded and updated via USB?