Worth a try. But considering it happens the next day (I assume) it’s already restarting itself and still happeningWith the vehicle running , you could try holding in the power button knob on the left side of the screen for about 10 seconds and that will force the system to reboot itself.
Haha, yes that sounds familiar. Sounds like they may have re-used some old buggy software!Well after a couple of hours and a couple of short trips (the screen is back on)?? What’s going on? I’ll keep my appointment in three weeks in case it keeps acting up....
I had assumed you asked after a day passing.Well after a couple of hours and a couple of short trips (the screen is back on)?? What’s going on? I’ll keep my appointment in three weeks in case it keeps acting up....
Not sure what to think, well I guess I’ll wait and see what happens. Thanks AllHaha, yes that sounds familiar. Sounds like they may have re-used some old buggy software!
Glad it's back though.
thanks for the tipI had assumed you asked after a day passing.
The system doesn’t fully restart until15-30 minutes after engine off. Until then it’s in some form of sleep instead. If it gets stuck booting up, that sleep can last longer.
I would suggest resetting the system to factory defaults and starting over.
I thought that VW systems were buggy until I rented a Chrysler Pacifica for 3 weeks. It’s even more buggy than MIB3. Though the wider screen was nice for carplay.
So funny, after responding to the thread, started my 2021 Tiguan SE with MIB3 and got the black screen. Even backup camera blank. Holding down power until I got the clock seemed to work. The system then rebooted, and after a bit all functions were back up.I thought I read in another post somewhere that VW released a software update for the MIB3 infotainment system to fix these blank screen issues. Should be an easy update for dealer to apply but’s sucks that they are making you wait so long for an appointment.