Has anyone had the OnStar Digital upgrade yet? I would be curious as to your experiences with VR and/or any other noticeable differences.
I have been trying to get the upgrade through my dealer for months,Fred_Mac said:Has anyone had the OnStar Digital upgrade yet? I would be curious as to your experiences with VR and/or any other noticeable differences.
- 3-year Safety and Security (S&S) ADT package: $549 plus tax (if applicable)
- 3-year Directions and Connections (D&C) ADT package: $1099 plus tax (if applicable)
- 3-year Luxury and Leisure (L&L) ADT package: $2159 plus tax (if applicable)
As far as the benefit of updgrading:If the OnStar system properly responds to any command, the hardware is assumed good and the customer should be directed to the description and operational characteristics in published Service Information (SI) and the Owners Manual. They may also be directed to contact OnStar and be connected with the voice recognition group for assistance with system operation and tips
I almost...almost mind you wish I could laugh about this but it is of course "not funny". Nothing at all about/against antdaddy as this has been posed many times by many people.antddaddy said:The real question is...Does the Voice recognition system work better now?
Thanks for looking into some more for everyone's sake.ewill3rd said:For the record, I use the term VR for both systems even though they seem different. I guess I should ask if you guys want to know about the nav VR features or the OnStar VR.
\ewill3rd said:This way they can use one box to handle speech recognition for two systems.
We are definetely all agreed that it is rather confusing!...:hmm:transylvania said:1. When you press the OnStar button you are connected to the OnStar computers and they perform any VR. The microphone in the STS is merely passing the audio to the phone.