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SYNC and Ford Pass Update - 2017 Ecosport Titanium 1.5 TDCI

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Hi All,

I'm struggling to update SYNC to the latest version, I've downloaded the File from Ford using my VIN and extracted it to an 8GB Flash Drive which is formatted to FAT32. The Car says that it can't see the install file.

I've opened the install.lst file and checked the code with Notepad++ and everything is OK there.

I've tried different Flash Drives and again no luck,

The Car sees music on these flash drives so I know they work and the USB on the Car works.

Any Ideas?

Secondly...

I've been trying to update Ford Pass on the Car and when I just get the message Permissions Not Received. 

All necessary permissions are granted on the phone and I still can't get it to work.

Any Ideas?

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5 hours ago, Comares2001 said:

Should be     ex FAT 32    ?

No the guide states Fat

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They are wrong, exfat definitely works, fat32 doesn't.

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I get the same in my wife’s Ecosport. Gave up after several attempts and asked the Lookers garage where she purchased it from to do it. They apparently have reported to Ford that they can’t get it to work either!!

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I've just asked at the Garage I bought it from (Holdcroft Renault) and they told me I'd have to take it to ford garage for diagnostics! Bugger that! 

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