I showed them the message, their first response was SandBox 1 must have been a song i was playing on my iPod. haha --not joking.yes sir, I have to go get my 1st oil change today. I'll let you know what they say
Gosh, thanks for the tip. I thought sandbox error was referring to someone driving on the beach and getting grit in the works. Then again, what do I know?sandbox is likely the isolated environment where apps are executed to prevent memory leaking over to other areas that inTouch is executing and responsible for like nav, climate, etc. Likely each feature has its own sandbox (1, 2, etc) --- all assumptions. I would update to latest release at the dealer, also maybe use the sideloaded intouch app for android from the forum here and update headunit proxy. Doing factory reset via inTouch options might also resolve this.
IMHO, i'm not your mechanic,I'm not a doctor, i'm not a lawyer, use at own risk, yada yada, yada.