Have tried several power off and lock/unlock combos. Nothing. Onstar reported no codes and the Infotainment support center is closed... Any other ideas?Power off the car and try again. Also press the OnStar button to see if there are any codes. On Gen 1 the center stack had to be replaced in many vehicles due to defective parts.
Many times. Tried it while locking the doors with the fob, with the button, and leaving it unlocked. Nada.It has happened to my before as well. I had to power off the car, close the door and walk away with the key fob. When I returned to the car and started it, the screen came back. Worth a try if you haven't tried this yet.
The few times it happened to me happened in the first 5 month of ownership then I had the Android Auto update in March and i don't believe I've had the issue since. During my AA update, they did replace the HMI module. So if it were a faulty part, i would guess that component but that is pure speculation and could be a mere coincidence. There have been a few threads about this issue so if one really wants to find a commonality then they should search the few threads for more help.This happened to my 2017 Chevy. Less than 2000 miles. Both times after I walked away from the car with the keyfob and came back it was working.
What I don't understand is why is this happening? This is a new vehicle from GM plant. I thought I was the only person having this issue. Any chance there is a faulty component?