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Old 12-01-2012, 11:45 AM   #1 (permalink)
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How the heck am I supposed to update this thing? Yes I searched. I have the CD running, installed AP manager on my computer and have the AP plugged into my USB. The screen doesn't do anything, it just looks like it thinks it's connected to my car. No other options came up to update or anything like that. The reason I want to update it is because I was told there are altitude adjustment tables that I can use. I'm just trying to find those and make sure everything is up to date. If someone could point me in the right direction that would be nifty
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Have you looked here COBB AccessPORT - Subaru support?

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It would be on the accessport manager on your computer. It will have a update function when the ap is plugged into it.
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Don't install stuff from the CD, that's old. Get the latest software off the COBB's site.

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Bobby, I was in the process of reading through all that stuff on Cobb's website. It's slow going since I try to go through everything, cover all my bases. Otherwise I guess I'll just have to play around with it when I plug it into the comp next.
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