03/2016 are the files from 3 febr. 2016 and 04/2019 are the files from 2 marz 2016 ic 02/03/2016 is 3 febr and 03/02/2016 is 2 marz. english notation, confusing
Unfortunately this doesn't work on a Peugeot 308 (RT4/RT5). Or am I doing something wrong? Should I mount the files to a ISO file, and then burn them on the CD?
OR do I have to use the structure of files and burn them directly to the CD?
This file isn't image disk from a CD, no need to burn a CD for nothing.
Exist an option to install plug USB stick on your car at your dealer, it's better and easy to install it.
I just can't manage to install the speedcams by CD, at the moment it is the only option for me to install something on my RT4. When I get an original ISO file and I burn it on a CD it will install. Just the files to the CD doesn't. The radio reads the CD and accept it, I see a bar loading for install, but after a while it says, disc damaged or incomplete and spits it out.
Is a USB the only way to install the speedcams?
This file is an original PSA that installs on multiple devices with USB stick,
.iso files no longer exist for the speedcams since sometimes.
I'm going to contact PSA for to know more with this install problem !
Some one can convert SCDB Speedcams for smeg + or some new Eastern Europe South, not from 2014.
No need to be original PSA.