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Push Button Start Switch On, use a loud bell Egg Timer set for every 20 mins.

Do Not Start Car or have car engine running while updating firmware.

The controller toggles forward, back, left, and right, and rotates clockwise and counter-clockwise to access menu items.

Pushing down on the controller selects an item in a menu, which can also be accomplished in most cases by tapping an icon on the touch screen.

Below is my successful experience in updating Mazda SD card. I use Mac and it sees the SD card with no issue by doing it my way. The software should automatically detects that it's a "Mazda Navigation System NB1" SD card. Download the latest update which is actually will be saved in your computer hard drive, not on the SD card yet. After finishing download, your Tom Tom HOME software will unknowingly disconnect your SD card.

You DO NOT need to format the card as to what the software asks you to do.

Otherwise error message will appear if you insert card first and then launching software (which is how this card is programmed to do and it doesn't work that way). Create a new account that associates with this SD card. It will ask you to re-download the same update again.

A Back button sits on the driver's side, and the passenger's side holds a Favorites button and a volume knob.

Mazda only recommends Windows PCs, and small size 2.0 Flash Drives of 8 GB.

If you want to update your Connect yourself you need no other firmware editions apart from what is listed below.

During our journey with the CX-5, we have taken note of the SUV’s ride quality, fuel economy, and noise insulation — all important things.

But when you’re going about your day-to-day business, chances are the infotainment system is the first thing you touch after turning on the ignition.