Been there, done that. I'm so pissed at this car that I sent a detailed report to Consumer Reports.Today I had to reboot after my Aha radio kinda flipped out. It couldn't get a connection and was just going crazy. I rebooted, and after that I couldn't get HondaLink to connect at all. I rebooted, deleted and re-added the app, rebooted my phone - nothing worked. Then I realized that my bluetooth wasn't connecting correctly either (it had the symbol for being connected in the infotainment unit, but I could not stream bluetooth). I ultimately decided to try to delete my phone and repair. It would not let me delete. Restarted head unit. Would not let me delete. Tried several more times, finally with my phone OFF, and it deleted. I repaired and all is well, though I did instantly (even with the car off) get the 7 notices of impending doom (TPMS, Brakes, CMS, etc.). I wonder if those messages trying to come through had something to do with all the issues. I figure next time I drive those messages will eventually go away.
Sometimes, I Really HATE This Car!
The hardware for this was probably set in stone three years or so prior to introduction in the first model that's using this generation system. ('16 Pilot? '15 MMC Accord? Not sure which it was.) In terms of product development, Car Time and Gadget Time are not the same.This is 2016 and I know they could have installed a much more robust responsive system. … I just am annoyed that they would release a car to the public knowing that these issues existed. They HAD to know their infotainment system was buggy and a "work in progress". I'm just waiting for a class action suit to be brought forth due to this negligence on Honda's part. Hopefully they'll rectify these issues with a firmware update in the not too distant future.
There were several high quality tablets three years ago that would have had no trouble operating smoothly with the demands of this car. It's 2016, not 2010 - back when smart phones were only 3 years old. This is no excuse. It shouldn't be made by Honda and it shouldn't be made for Honda.The hardware for this was probably set in stone three years or so prior to introduction in the first model that's using this generation system. ('16 Pilot? '15 MMC Accord? Not sure which it was.) In terms of product development, Car Time and Gadget Time are not the same.
Having the same issue and would like to know how to reboot too since my power button does not work. Might have to just unplug the battery if there's no other choice.Newbie question here. How am I supposed to reboot if my power button is not wroking at all. I've been experiencing this for a few times now that out of nowhere the power button on my infotainment wouldn't work. Solutions in the past was to wait atleast overnight and or wait till it resolves itself. But this time didn't have the luck and power button is still not functioning. Thanks in advance.
You should still be able to re-boot by continuing to hold the audio [power] button down for several seconds. It seems as if the audio button is not working, but if you hold it down long enough it will ask you if you want to re-boot. Just say yes and it will take a few minutes for the re-boot. I had to do this several times on my Touring and it always fixed the issue. Good luck!Having the same issue and would like to know how to reboot too since my power button does not work. Might have to just unplug the battery if there's no other choice.