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Screen display freezes: unable to use phone and nav functions


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#1 Mabthib

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Posted 02 October 2017 - 08:55 AM

My new 2017 Crosstrek has had the radio/display unit replaced once already and same problem is occurring. When the screen freezes nothing functions. If the car is turned off and back on the problem resolves, but this isn't an option on a highway. And lately the Bluetooth to the phone has stopped functioning (separate from screen freezing issue). Have had to uninstall the phone and reinstall. Any thoughts? The dealership has no answers and Suburu Canada referred me back to the dealership. I find it unlikely that two new radio/display units would both malfunction in the same way so think it must be something else.

#2 golucky66

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Posted 02 October 2017 - 09:02 AM

My moms 2017 crosstrek is going in soon to have the radio replaced due to similar issues, and loss of functionality.
So i wouldn't be too surprised if it was the head unit again...

There's a lot of technology in those radios and if anything hangs it can cause the whole unit to crash until a reboot.

#3 subyrally

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Posted 09 October 2017 - 04:55 PM

i had the same issue in mine, every once in a while, it just randomly locks up or refuses to fully connect to my phone. frequently, it stops playing music, claiming that there is no cellular data service, where i never have an issue with my pioneer stereo in my wrx. and the icing on the crapcake that is the factory stereo, the screen shattered when i touched it to select a pandora station. the display still functions, but the top layer with the touch sensors is what broke, so i can only use the steering wheel controls or the buttons around the screen. I am actually waiting to hear back from the dealership about that issue.. it is just a poorly designed head unit....






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