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@ DF, film the issues with your infotainment system on your mobile when they happen. helps the dealer use them to show Skoda, and hopefully get a resolution for you before the warranty runs out.

might just be as simple as needing a software/firmware update.
- Engineer Andy
Anyone catch HJ's 'collumn' in the DT this week? Ordinarily it would be a cut-down version of these two pages, but this 'week's' is more 'space elevator' (length) than 'collumn', probably having every reply he's made in the last year or two! I had to stop reading it when I relised it wasn't just this week's (it came out yesterday before here)!
Still amazed at how many people ask the same questions again and again - don't they read previous weeks or have hear of the webiste (of this one)?
Honest John's Motoring Agony Column 28-10-2017 Part 1 - Keith Nason
@ DF, film the issues with your infotainment system on your mobile when they happen. helps the dealer use them to show Skoda, and hopefully get a resolution for you before the warranty runs out. might just be as simple as needing a software/firmware update.

@JF - Also, you can reset the head unit by pressing and holding the power/volume knob in for about 10 seconds. It can save you having to wait until you are able to stop and start the engine. I had similar problems with my Columbus unit in my 2013 Octavia and never got it fully resolved despite getting it replaced twice. I hope your experience is better.

Edited by Keith Nason on 28/10/2017 at 18:39

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Re the Infotainment issue you can often reboot the system by holding the on/off power button down for 10 seconds or until the system restarts. Just like a computer which they are at the end of the day.
 

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