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    Default Opel Touch & Connect Europe 2017

    Required:
    - Samsung EVO+ 32 GB or 64 GB SD card ('Made in Korea' should work, others not sure)
    - Linux (Ubuntu) PC with integrated SD card reader (the ones on USB don't work)

    Caution: The CID in the included readme.txt has been obtained with the Linux Ubuntu
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    Tested on Opel Antara MY2012. Everything works fine
    Last edited by romasltu; 21st October 2017 at 09:06 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by romasltu View Post
    Tested and workin on Opel Antara MY2010
    But touch & connect is not for Antara My2010 ??? how can it work ???
    Antara My2010 has dvd800 or cd500 !
    And this is 2016 maps , opel tocuh & connect 2016 , burn on 11.2016

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    Quote Originally Posted by spoon1 View Post
    But touch & connect is not for Antara My2010 ??? how can it work ???
    Antara My2010 has dvd800 or cd500 !
    And this is 2016 maps , opel tocuh & connect 2016 , burn on 11.2016
    I made a mistake Opel Antara MY2012.
    About content: Please download content touch & connect 2016 and you will see burn on 11.2015

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    Thanks a lot, it works perfectly!!

    I used an old Transcend microSDHC 8 GB Class 6 (MMAGR08GUDCA-DB - Made in Korea) which also allows the CID to be changed in my Sony VAIO notebook with integrated Ricoh R5U231 PCIe MMC/SD card reader using Ubuntu 17.10 booted from a USB flash drive.

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    Hello guys, thanks a lot for the maps. Since I don't use LINUX, can I somehow do it under Windows? Thanks a lot!

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    No, the CID of the SD card can only be changed from within Linux. You can create a bootable USB drive with Ubuntu and run it without installing: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].

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    Thanks a lot @Apollo89

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    thank you so much

    work's great on Corsa D

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    I'm helpless... I installed Ubuntu on a USB stick. Boot up perfectly. I can see the SD card. But when I try to launch command from terminal: "sudo ./change_CID_64 /dev/mmcblk0 5D53424E32424D310129C7F4BD010ACF" - I have the error: "sudo: ./change_CID_64: command not found"
    I changed the directory to the location of the files of course. With ls I can see the change_CID_64 file.
    HELP PLEASE! What am I doing wrong?

 

 
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