The do-it-yourself update is free but does require some work. You need either a USB drive or the SD card that has the mapping software for your Hyundai vehicle.
Models that will get the CarPlay only update are the 2015 Sonata with navigation, the 2016 Sonata with navigation, the 2016 Sonata with 7-inch touchscreen and the 2017 Santa Fe/Spor (with navigation or 7″ screen. Download time can take anywhere from a half an hour to an hour. Installation times can take 20 to 40 minutes check our original article for exact times
Models that get both Android Auto in CarPlay are the 2015 Genesis with an 8-inch touchscreen navigation and the 2016 Genesis with 8-inch touchscreen navigation, the 2016 Elantra GT with navigation as well as the 2016 Tucson with navigation.
Vehicles with navigation require the SD card from the car itself don’t use one for the camera or you will be able to do it
The download can take so long that you may want to do something else while it’s downloading especially for the Hyundai with navigation. Please be warned do not remove the SD card or shut off the engine during the update process
When updating for a compatible vehicle with display audio, you need a USB drive at least two gigabytes of space and a pen to write notes. Make sure you set aside about an hour for installation the update and install the software in an open well ventilated area you need a USB drive with at least two gigabytes of space turn on the ignition insert the USB for a drive into the USB port then tap set up do not remove the USB drive or shut off the car during the installation process if the update is a successful it will restart 3 times.
If you need more detailed instructions, read the original article with text, you can print out the text or read it on your computer while you complete the process.
Updates for CarPlay and Android Auto 2016 model-year Sonata Hybrid, Sonata Plug-In Hybrid, Veloster and Azera with Navigation will be announced at a later date.