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Installation of the GEN5 T-Style radio in the Silverado and Sierra is very straightforward and relatively easy, as it is completely plug and play. We rate this install as about 2 on a 10 scale of difficulty, and should take most owners 2-3 hours to install, depending on your level of ability and which factory system your truck came with. We HIGHLY recommend that you watch the installation video below start to finish in order to familiarize yourself with the process.
Prior to installation, determine which factory radio is present in your truck in order to determine which main harness to use. On 2014-2017 trucks, this can be done by looking at the RPO Code plate in the upper glove box. On 2018-2019 trucks, you will need to scan the QR code at the rear of the driver doorjamb.
iGO Primo (for Apple iOS, PND/PNA devices), introduced in 2010, is as of 2015[update] the primary product of the iGO Navigation range. Version 6 was introduced at the end of 2012, with Google Local search, green routing,[clarification needed] extras through in-app purchase, real-time traffic monitoring, TTS Pro speech synthesis, and 3D display of junctions.
iGO Primo app for iOS devices was introduced at CeBIT Hannover, 2011. Running on the iGO primo software engine, the refreshed application covers 115 countries with location-based search, green routing and improved junction views. Android and Windows Mobile versions are available to smartphone manufacturers and network providers, but not for retail sale.
Naviextras.com, NNG's map and content update portal, provides updates for iGO 8, iGO amigo and iGO primo. The portal typically releases map updates four times a year. Maps and updates are available for over 90 countries and regions, including countries from Europe, North America, South America, Africa, Middle East, Asia, and Oceania. In 2013, the portal supports 5.200 devices and counts close to 1.8 million registered users globally. 2b1af7f3a8