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In case anyone doesn’t already know, if your car is 2013 or newer, it will have the service history as a digital service record and you can actually access this all via the myAudi app.
In order to access the Audi digital service history you first have to be “defined as the owner” of the vehicle.
There are two ways to do this:
1. Go into your local dealership with a copy of the v5c and proof of ID and ask the service advisor to define you as the owner so you can access your digital service history via the myAudi app.
2. Call Audi UK customer services, choose the digital service option and they can do it over the phone for you. You will however need the v5c for the car and your passport to hand and also a camera phone as they switch to video to verify the documents on the call.
Then once you are defined as the owner, you can go into the myAudi app, scroll down to “Service topics”, click on “Your service area”, then click on “Service History” and all your digital service history will be there.
It can take a few hours or a day or two to update so don’t worry if it doesn’t come up immediately.
Hope that helps!
 

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Spotted this on a.n.other forum>

In case anyone doesn’t already know, if your car is 2013 or newer, it will have the service history as a digital service record and you can actually access this all via the myAudi app.
In order to access the Audi digital service history you first have to be “defined as the owner” of the vehicle.
There are two ways to do this:
1. Go into your local dealership with a copy of the v5c and proof of ID and ask the service advisor to define you as the owner so you can access your digital service history via the myAudi app.
2. Call Audi UK customer services, choose the digital service option and they can do it over the phone for you. You will however need the v5c for the car and your passport to hand and also a camera phone as they switch to video to verify the documents on the call.
Then once you are defined as the owner, you can go into the myAudi app, scroll down to “Service topics”, click on “Your service area”, then click on “Service History” and all your digital service history will be there.
It can take a few hours or a day or two to update so don’t worry if it doesn’t come up immediately.
Hope that helps!
Didn't actually know we could access it personally. Cheers @missile (y)
 
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