Besides the radio and GPS, you can also use the Columbus infotainment GPS system to control your vehicle settings using the Car button on the control panel without needing a display. The Columbus infotainment GPS system has:
You can also use the Columbus infotainment system to access the MyDestinations MyDestinations web application, which lets you generate Special Destinations (vCard), an Image with GPS coordinates (where you can use the navigation) as well as enabling the prepration of particular points of interest (PPOIS) for putting in your GPS.
Updates that are available for infotainment GPS Columbus.
In addition to a radio and satnav, through the Amundsen infotainment satnav it is possible to control the car’s settings using the Car button on the control panel, without the necessity of a Maxi DOT display. Properties of the Amundsen navigation system:
You can also use the Amundsen infotainment system to access the MyDestinations web application, which lets you generate Special Destinations (vCard), an Image with GPS coordinates (where you can use the navigation) as well as the option of preparing particular points of interest (PPOIS) for putting in your GPS.
Updates available for Amundsen infotainment navigation:
The new generation of the Bolero infotainment system provides expanded options for operating your radio, telephone and now also car systems, without the necessity of a Maxi DOT display. Support for image formats enables viewing of images from an SD card or USB and showing the logos of stored radio stations on the display. Properties of the Bolero infotainment system:
Updates available for Bolero infotainment navigation
The new generation of the Swing infotainment radio provides expanded options for operating your radio, telephone and now also car systems, without the necessity of a Maxi DOT display. A Swing infotainment radio contains: 5” resistant colour touchscreen TFT display Reception of AM/FM frequency bands and DAB Aux-In, USB with Apple connectivity SD card slot Bluetooth®
Updates available for Swing infotainment radio:
Updating Bluetooth ensures that your mobile device matches up to the ŠKODA infotainment system without any problems. (Note: If your device works flawlessly, there is no reason to update it. In case of problems, please update to newer version.)
Update your Radio station logos regularly and you will always have the latest logos for your favorite regional and national radio stations as well as new broadcasting stations.
Regularly updating the MirrorLink® function guarantees compatibility with the latest applications on your mobile device.
Regularly updating your GPS maps and other software ensures that your infotainment system will always have optimum functionality and compatibility with the latest mobile devices.
The applications in your mobile device are being constantly developed, which is why regularly updating your infotainment system will help you avoid losing compatibility. Update Station Logos to make sure you have current radio logos for old and new stations.
Use tools designed by HERE company that is a supplier of navigation maps for ŠKODA navigation systems. The HERE Map Creator can be found under the following link (http://mapcreator.here.com).
Older systems ŠKODA were not designed for this concept of updates and therefore for these retained the original method.
Navigation maps are updated twice a year; other software updates (e.g. Bluetooth, MirrorLink™or Station Logos) are updated irregularly, if needed.
MirrorLink™ installed in the infotainment system allows compatible smartphones to display and control applications on-screen. This lends a new dimension, for instance, to the use of navigation software or to the enjoyment of personal music.
Radio Blues is not supported because there are no functions available for it that need updating.
MyDestinations Web aplication allows you to generate specific objectives (vCard) from maps, Image with GPS coordinates (by which you can start navigating) and further enable to prepare collection of points of interest (POI Personal) for uploading to navigation Amundsen and Columbus.