Hyundai Maps Self updater

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syntaxfx
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Re: Hyundai Maps Self updater

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Mooch wrote: Fri, 11 Jun 2021, 19:06 I don't have easy access to Windows or Mac - I run Linux and Chromebook. Is there any way to get a copy of the USB image I can just 'burn' directly without having to run the Hyundai app?
Have you tried to run the Windows version using WINE ? It works for a lot of Wintel apps these days.

Ok, I tried to use WINE to run the Wintel version.
The installation app runs ok and the Hyundai app launches, but it errors with "No response from the server".
I expect WINE needs configuring for my network. I'll see if I can fix it.
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Re: Hyundai Maps Self updater

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syntaxfx wrote: Fri, 25 Jun 2021, 10:21
Mooch wrote: Fri, 11 Jun 2021, 19:06 I don't have easy access to Windows or Mac - I run Linux and Chromebook. Is there any way to get a copy of the USB image I can just 'burn' directly without having to run the Hyundai app?
Have you tried to run the Windows version using WINE ? It works for a lot of Wintel apps these days.

Ok, I tried to use WINE to run the Wintel version.
The installation app runs ok and the Hyundai app launches, but it errors with "No response from the server".
I expect WINE needs configuring for my network. I'll see if I can fix it.
I tried running it in WINE but not very hard if I'm honest :D I ended up installing Windows on an old PC just for this.
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Re: Hyundai Maps Self updater

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Mooch wrote: Sat, 26 Jun 2021, 12:08 I tried running it in WINE but not very hard if I'm honest :D I ended up installing Windows on an old PC just for this.
I tried a few different libraries without success. I'm not sure what they're doing under the covers.
It may be setting up a temporary VPN and WINE may not have all the libs needed for it.
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Re: Hyundai Maps Self updater

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After installing the latest version, I'm having trouble with the scheduled charging.
Yes I am having this too. Quite annoying.

I also have a terrifically economical car now according to the driving history. 700km range for the Ioniq!!
Economy on the dash appears to be correct
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Re: Hyundai Maps Self updater

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I'm seeing those kind of figures too. I did a double take when I saw them!
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Re: Hyundai Maps Self updater

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syntaxfx wrote: Fri, 25 Jun 2021, 10:21
Mooch wrote: Fri, 11 Jun 2021, 19:06 I don't have easy access to Windows or Mac - I run Linux and Chromebook. Is there any way to get a copy of the USB image I can just 'burn' directly without having to run the Hyundai app?
Have you tried to run the Windows version using WINE ? It works for a lot of Wintel apps these days.

Ok, I tried to use WINE to run the Wintel version.
The installation app runs ok and the Hyundai app launches, but it errors with "No response from the server".
I expect WINE needs configuring for my network. I'll see if I can fix it.
Thanks for the experiences, so I didn't go the Wine route. I ended up downloading trial Windows ready-to-run image from Microsoft Edge developer site and download the Hyundai updated there.

Specifically, I downloaded the "MSEdge on Win10" option for VirtualBox, and used latest VirtualBox 6.1.28 together with Oracle VM VirtualBox Extension Pack - required for USB passthrough support - to run it. After importing the OVA in VBox but before starting, I went to hard virtual media management in VirtualBox to resize the HDD to 250GB, and also went to the virtual machine's settings and enabled USB 3.0 support. After starting Windows, I went to its Disk Management and extended the C drive to that new maximum size. This is because downloads require eg 50GB free space.

Finally, I inserted 64GB VFAT formatted USB drive (or actually MicroSD card in USB card reader), and selected Devices -> USB -> my card reader to pass it through to Windows. With all of this I had enough space, and available USB stick and I could select my Hyundai model, download first to the virtual machine and then copy to the USB drive, and went on to update my car. Twice, actually, since I have two Hyundais.
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