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    I tried only this with "INFO".
    If this is Peugeot 308 T9, probably can help only calibration by dealer.

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    Successfully upgraded my 308 (late 2013) from Factory installed version (4.1...) to last version 5.42.B.R4. First installed version 4.1.D.R2 and then directly version 5.42.B.R4. Each update took around 20 minutes, no problems encountered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orte View Post
    @happydoodle

    I tried only this with "INFO".
    If this is Peugeot 308 T9, probably can help only calibration by dealer.
    Yes, BTINFO works for me as well. I think the other BT commands are for the SMEG unit (on these units BTINFO displays the ECHO, GAIN, NOISE info as well), not for the SMEG+.

    ps. I went to my dealer, but they had very little knowledge in the matter and were reluctant to make any configuration changes by themselves. They contacted the French engineers, who asked them to do a SPYSTORE and send them the contents. The French apparently said everything seems ok. So my car was declared to be just fine by my dealer and it was explained to me that I should simply talk louder. This took about two weeks and had to go to the repair center two times.

    I have the BT issue on my 2013 C4PII (it was originally shipped with an early 4.x firmware which had a lot of other problems, but bluetooth calling was ok). My 2015 308T9 is fine with the same firmware.

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    Interesting. I will try to update mine later this week.

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    These BT commands are applied, but you need to reboot the system to really apply it.
    Follow it up by the command REBOOT.

    There is a command that has the effect going the other way around, by the way.
    BT GAIN 30 = Softer
    BT GAIN 0 = Louder

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaximilianVD View Post
    These BT commands are applied, but you need to reboot the system to really apply it.
    Follow it up by the command REBOOT.

    There is a command that has the effect going the other way around, by the way.
    BT GAIN 30 = Softer
    BT GAIN 0 = Louder
    Hi MaximilianVD, thanks for the info. I entered the command via semicolons (eg. BT;GAIN;0), maybe that's why it didn't work. So the correct format should be "BT GAIN 0", right? I'll try it!

    Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by happydoodle View Post
    Hi MaximilianVD, thanks for the info. I entered the command via semicolons (eg. BT;GAIN;0), maybe that's why it didn't work. So the correct format should be "BT GAIN 0", right? I'll try it!

    Thank you!
    Yes, the semicolons are spaces, the semicolons are created by translating the alphanumeric codes from old RT4/5 systems to new systems into words.
    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] (original codes)

    P.S. by posting this website, i'm declaring myself not responsible for what someone is typing in to their system
    Last edited by MaximilianVD; 18th April 2017 at 09:28 AM.

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    I see, thank you!

    What about the BTADC setting?

    It said "allows you to change the ADC value of the Bluetooth signal (BTADC#sign(P(6) = higher, M(7) = lower)#value (-54, +12))"

    I suppose that ADC means Analog to Digital Conversion here. In the old RT4/5 system I see an identical (and a related) command:

    Set ADC gain for BT : BTADC#sign(P(6)=plus, M(7)=moins)#value(-54;+12)
    Set DAC Gain for BT : BTDAC#sign(P(6)=plus, M(7)=minus)#value(-102;+24)

    I assume that ADC gain (if it is related to audio, and not to radio communications) probably changes the microphone gain level (that is the only case when analog to digital signal conversion seems to be relevant), which means that this is the setting I need to change to fix my problem. However, I don't really understand the syntax of the command: BTADC#sign(P(6)=plus, M(7)=moins)#value(-54;+12)

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    Hi, what's new in 5.42.B.R4 firmware?

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    Hi,

    Im on software update Smeg5.4.B.R8 is it safe to update to latest or do I need to do all the other ones that came before the latest one? I have also added some speed cameras and maps. Will these be deleted if I update?

    And how do I update, I couldn't find a guide? Is it just to drag the folder SMEG_PLUS_UPG onto a USB drive? Any special format I should think of?

    Thanks!

 

 
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