R-Link 2 : update 7.0.24.160 available

March 30th, 2019
GPS R-Link

Renault has just published a new update for the R-Link 2.

This update is 7.0.24.160. This update is for systems equipped with the 7.x branch (therefore 7.0.24.12x). The update can be downloaded and installed directly from this page of the easy-connect website.

This update fixes Android Audio and improves Bluetooth compatibility.

When you connect the USB stick to the R-Link 2, it takes up to 3 minutes (it’s long so be patient) for the installation pop-up to appear.

18 Responses to “R-Link 2 : update 7.0.24.160 available

  • Nicholas Drew
    7 months ago

    The download is not working from this page is anyone else having the same problem?

  • Nicholas Drew
    7 months ago

    You can not down load the update.

  • They probably found some bug with the update and disable it.

  • I already have the 7.0.24.161 from the car dealer

  • Did you have the update done by the dealer at the same time as a service or did you just take it in for a software update which I understand is free if its in warranty?. No info on update 161 on GPS R-Link?

  • I downloaded via toolbox. Did not try to instal yet in car.

    What does mean update improves bluetooth compability? It is just about bluetooth connection with mobile for for phone calls and sms? Or it let to connect aundroid auto via bluetooth?

  • Tried to update via tool box and it just says “There are no downloads” so unable to down load that way?

  • Just downloaded it and try to install in my Koleos. My car said, ‘you can’t install an older version….’ But the version in my car is 7.0.24.124…anyone same issue? I live in Mexico.

    • I have the same problem. I have 7.0.24.124 and the system sent the same message. You cant install and older versión.

  • Updated from 7.0.24.124 to 7.0.24.166.
    – First time it said you cannot install an older version.
    – Removed USB and put it back again in different port. Had to wait a couple of minutes before it said there’s a new software update available, do you want to continue?
    – Then it asks to continue, it will result in reboot of system.

    Update ran for about 4 minutes, then finished.
    – Did not find any difference yet except the version number.
    – Will have to wait and see if it improves Android audio and Bluetooth compatibility.

  • kayuttata
    7 months ago

    I have 7.0.24.163 installed by Renault service because my old system died while updating (it was 2.2-branch, lucky me, because it was done under warranty) and now I also have the Android Auto. But R-link store says that I have an update available and it says to install 7.0.24.160. But numberwise that’s a downgrade, is there anyone that has done this?

    • kayuttata
      7 months ago

      Oh, sorry, my installed version is .136, so I will update to .160!

  • kayuttata, like you I got my car serviced today and the version updated from 2.2 branch to 7.0.24.161. You said you have Android Auto. Was it just there after the update or did you have to do anything to get it working?

    • kayuttata
      6 months ago

      Hi kenny!

      It wasn’t automatically there so I had to manually activate it. But it is an easy job, you just have to go to developer mode (google the instructions) and from there to activate it. If I remember correctly I first went to gen_2.0 (or similar named) place where I first it activated Android auto and then I enabled it from the start page of the developer mode.

  • Hi kayuttata,
    you have already voice controls after AA activation from Debug?

  • Is vocal recognition still awful?

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