Sync 3.4.23188 - Feedback & Issues

Ok, thank you once more for your quick responses. :slight_smile:

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4 posts were split to a new topic: Issue with retrofit

A post was split to a new topic: 3.4.23188 asking for auto-updates on each start

The 188 update , keeps saying downloaded successfully. Anyone else have this happen?
2020 f150

That’s the desired outcome, hopefully everyone gets that result.

It does the same notice every day. Maybe I didn’t word it right. It looks like a new update loaded and when I check it, it the same build number.

Did you do a master reset?

I will try that. Just don’t want to lose all my settings.

How did you apply .23188 ?
This can happen if you didn’t follow the official USB update process and then upload the xml to Ford’s site, an OTA uploads it directly.
Easiest thing to do to get rid of the nag if you used another method is to turn off auto update.

Is this the latest release? Are the latest Maps just 2022?

Thank you

Latest NA is NA2.22, the next maps should show up in the wild around May/June 2024 and Ford official is usually Aug/Sept.
The map year is always one year behind the calendar year.


5 posts were split to a new topic: Issues with Car Play after APIM replacement and upgrade

During the day they won’t come on. Try it at night or in the garage with the headlights on.

You may want to drop down to .21265
That build was pretty much rock solid and it didn’t have the read/write partition filing bug.

Quick summary:

I recently got an iPhone 15 Pro which is USB-C only. I struggled to find a cord that worked with the stock USB ports in my 2019 F450. The Apple Lighting to USB-C adapter didn’t work, but the Belkin USB-A to C does (If anyone needs a solution).

At any rate, I spilled a drink in my 2019 F450 and fried the OEM USB hub. I found a replacement HC3T-14D202-BA on Amazon that has one USB A and one USB C connection, then downloaded this update to a thumb drive.

The update took about 30 minutes, but works flawlessly.

Thank you!

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Updated vehicle from 3.4.23088 and only thing I’ve noted is an issue is the clock doesn’t seem to be updating. Manually set it and it stays at that number. Set it to update to GPS time and it jumps to 12:00 and stays there… basically the clock doesn’t work?

Master reset it a few times and still the same.

How did you do the update and to what build?
Ford official, via the updater or a USB you built yourself?

Branch: Stable
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 Pro (2009)

Version: 3.4.23088
Region: NA
Navigation: True
Install Mode: Auto-Detect (autoinstall)
Install Mode Overridden: False
My20 Protection Enabled: Auto-Detect

Mode: Directory
Path: E:\

; CyanLabs Syn3Updater Stable - Autoinstall Mode - Sync 3.4.23188 NA

If you have FORScan reload the entire APIM asbuilt at once and then perform a master reset.

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I do have FORScan, I’ve not done that before… reload the entire APIM asbuilt though. Does FORScan do that on its own or ? I got the VIN and pulled the ASBUILT info for the vehicle and could enter it manually I suppose. Also DL’d the full .ab file for the vehicle.

Sorry if that’s a dumb question, haven’t loaded a module that I didn’t save and restore locally before.