The MYGIG navigation radio can be easily updated as time goes along to keep it current with new features or when operating issues are discovered.
To update the MYGIG radio, a software disc is simply inserted into the CD drive of the radio.
The radio will recognize the type of CD and begin the update process automatically.
There is no charge for this :)Below is a demonstration of how to install the CD and update the MYGIG radio.
With DVD playback, navigation, Sirius satellite radio, and even a hard drive to store music on, the My Gig was Chrysler's answer to the growing problem of keeping their customers happy with the stock entertainment system in their new vehicle. Some were built by Harman-Becker, some by Mitsubishi (Sircodyatl wrote that if the icon with a face is on the right side, it’s made by Harman; if it’s on the top left, it’s made by Mitsubishi).
Not only was the My Gig meant to consolidate a number of features previously serviced by several different modules into one box, it was among the first to incorporate a hard drive right into the unit itself for storing those newfangled MP3s all the kids were talking about. The 2008 version I’m looking at today bears the sales code REN, as you can see in the bottom right corner of the above picture.
A software update may be required before you can upgrade the map on your vehicle's Uconnect system.
Click on the "Software Updates" button below to determine if you need new software and to find the step-by-step instructions you will need to perform to complete the update.