How to Update Your VW Navigation DVD RNS MFD2 Europe with Torrent Download
If you have a Volkswagen car with a radio navigation system MFD2 DVD, you might want to update your maps and firmware to enjoy the latest features and improve your navigation experience. In this article, we will show you how to do it using a torrent download.
The radio navigation system MFD2 DVD is a device that was installed in some Volkswagen models from 2005 to 2010, such as Eos, Golf, Jetta, Passat, Touareg and Touran. It has a 6.5-inch color display and can play audio CDs and DVDs. It also supports TMC (Traffic Message Channel), which provides real-time traffic information.
However, the maps and firmware of the MFD2 DVD may be outdated and cause some problems, such as:
Satellite preset loss
Increased closed-circuit current
First part of navigation voice output missing
Display in dash insert is not completely deleted
No sound after engine start (audio CD operation)
No operation after engine start possible
Refresh station list (satellite radio) more than normal
Radio lock up problems
To fix these issues and enjoy the latest maps and features, you need to update your MFD2 DVD with the latest version of the navigation data. The current version is V13, which covers Andorra, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Finland, France, Gibraltar, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Austria, Poland, Portugal, San Marino, Sweden, Switzerland, Spain, Slovakia, Slovenia , Czech Republic, Hungary and Vatican City and transit routes between Slovenia and Greece.
To update your MFD2 DVD with V13 navigation data, you need two discs: one for updating the firmware and one for unlocking the device. You can download these discs as torrent files from various sources on the internet. For example[^1^], you can find them here:
VWMFD2DVDEU0030.iso - firmware update disc
UNLOCK CD.iso - unlock disc
Before you download these files, make sure you have a torrent client installed on your computer. A torrent client is a software that allows you to download files from other users who are sharing them. Some popular torrent clients are uTorrent[^2^], BitTorrent[^3^] or qBittorrent. You can download and install any of them for free.
Once you have a torrent client installed on your computer, you can open the torrent files with it and start downloading the discs. The download speed may vary depending on the number of seeders (users who have the complete file) and leechers (users who are downloading the file) available. It may take some time to complete the download.
After you have downloaded the discs as ISO files (image files that contain all the data of a disc), you need to burn them onto blank DVDs using a software that can handle ISO files. Some examples are ImgBurn, CDBurnerXP or Nero. You can download and install any of them for free or use a paid version if you prefer.
When you burn the discs, make sure you use a low speed (2x-4x) to avoid errors or compatibility issues. Also make sure you use high-quality DVDs that are compatible with your MFD2 DVD device.
Now that you have the discs ready, you can proceed to update your MFD2 DVD device. To do so, follow these steps:
Turn on your car and make sure there are no power supply interruptions (you can start the engine to have good current).
Press NAV button on your unit and insert VWMFD2DVDEU0030.iso disc into MFD drive. It will start to update the firmware. This may take up to 30-40 minutes.
After the update is done, press NAV again and insert UNLOCK CD.iso disc. 061ffe29dd