Chevy MyLink was Chevrolet’s signature infotainment software, providing Virden and Birtle drivers with in-dash entertainment, car information, and connectivity features. Now MyLink has evolved into Infotainment 3, Chevy’s official new software.
If you’re driving a recent model Chevrolet in Oak Lake or Elkhorn and trying to figure out how to update Chevy MyLink software or Infotainment 3, Virden Mainline Motors has your back. We regularly help our customers troubleshoot Chevy MyLink software updates, as well as issues with their Chevy MyLink apps or the MyChevy app. Read our step-by-step guide, and then, if you have further questions, don’t hesitate to contact us or consult our hub of guides on all things Chevy.
If you’ve been trying to figure out how to initiate a Chevy MyLink software update, it’s highly likely that your infotainment system updated itself already. You see, Chevy MyLink updates are performed automatically. If you have a specific reason to believe that your Chevrolet MyLink update hasn’t been self-regulating, then we recommend bringing your vehicle into our service department.
Now that you know how to update Chevy MyLink, it’s time to figure out how to connect the apps on your smartphone to your infotainment system. Performing this additional Chevy MyLink software update to allow app access is simple. Just follow these steps:
Now that you know how to perform a Chevrolet MyLink software update, it’s time to take a look at how to perform an Infotainment 3 update.
If you’re driving a newer Chevrolet, and you’re wondering how you can perform a Chevrolet MyLink update but can’t find Chevrolet MyLink, that’s because your car features an Infotainment 3 system instead. Unlike a Chevrolet MyLink update, Infotainment 3 will require your participation:
To sync your iPhone to your Infotainment 3 system via Apple CarPlay, simply:
Your Chevy MyLink/Infotainment 3 system features a long list of Chevy MyLink apps, one of which is your MyChevy app. This app connects your phone to your vehicle, allowing you to remotely lock/unlock your doors, start your vehicle, adjust climate settings, and monitor vehicle information, including location. You can also view fuel levels, and if you drive an EV, your battery charge. Bear in mind that the app is only compatible with Chevy models that were built in 2010 and up!
Don’t hesitate to reach out to Virden Mainline Motors for more help. We’ll happily walk you through any particular obstacles you come up against when learning about how to use the various technologies in your vehicle, from the MyChevy app to the various Chevy MyLink apps and beyond!
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