Update. The dealership had the vehicle for 3 hrs.. and a phone call with Mazda home base.. the result.. they are blaming the USB cable. Said for a Samsung note.. it must use a Samsung cable.. when pressed about what about a LG or other manufacture phones.. they just drew a blank stare. So yeah an answer non answer. And why after 6+ months of usage did it do it now? Worn cable? Not likely.My 2019 GTR did 3 reboots in a single in town driving session earlier this week 9/15/2020. I have an appointment 9/21/2020 to check it out.
I have been running ios 14 since beta in June. My info sys never rebooted.Updated to iOS 14.0 a couple of days ago. Today, for the first time in the 12 months that I've had my CX5, the infotainment system rebooted on its own while using CarPlay. It happened only once during ~3 hours of driving.
I had read this thread before setting out on my drive today, and had deleted and recreated the CarPlay profile, but that didn't prevent the reboot, evidently.
Same thing a couple weeks ago on my 2019 GTR. I've had Sirius not load a few times but never have had the screen go blank while driving before.The home screen on my 2019 GTR locked up the other day going down the road. After a few minuets it went blank and rebooted.. This is the first and only hiccup I’ve had since the car was new. Cable was plugged into usb but not connected to phone at the time.
Same thing happened to me. I updated the SD Nav card and haven't had anymore issues.Mine rebooted for the first time since owning the car (last August) while driving this morning. I forgot my phone so I can't blame it on that.
It was weird because while it was rebooting the Sirius/XM station was still playing.