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Friday 01st of February 2013 / droidforums.net
GROM Audio is the first in the Android market to deliver Direct Connection (via GROM-USB2P car kit) to Android devices. Features and Benefits of Android Direct Connection Kit (GROM-USB2P) to Factory Car Stereo•It allows users to connect their Android phones/Devicesdirectly into In-car audio systems for complete media control.•Android users can easily use their car stereo or steering wheel controls to access and play music stored on Android device or USB flash drive. In addition, GROM-USB2P2 features AUX line-in 3.5mm phone jack for other audio sources.•The GROM system allows to play music from either an Android mobile phone or a tablet, through the factory car stereo. Song titles, artists, and album names are displayed on the car radio display, where permitted by the stereo.•GROM Multimedia Kit Integrates Bluetooth technology (Via Bluetooth Dongle GROM-BTD) for Wireless Audio and In-car Hands-free Calling. Most importantly, users can keep eyes on the road and hands on the wheel while talking to callersGROM Car Kits are the ultimate solution for Android device
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Harman to offer dashboard controls using Android Open Accessory Protocol


Tuesday 12th of July 2011 / talkandroid.com
Back in May, Google announced the Android Open Accessory Protocol which allows external USB hardware to interact with an Android-powered device in a special “accessory” mode.//Harman announced today that they will be the first major technology partner in the automotive industry to support this protocol. Harman manufactures and markets audio under brands like Harman Kardon, Infinity, JBL, and Mark Levinson.With the Open Accessory Protocol, users will be able to seamlessly control Android smartphone or tablet content through the car’s dashboard or steering wheel controls. Drivers will be able to safely activate music apps, such as Harman’s Aha Radio service. Popular apps that provide information on nearby restaurants, gas stations and tourist spots will have the ability to overlay on to the existing navigation software. Drivers can also stream content to other devices like rear seat entertainment units.“Consumers no longer view their living room, workplace, and personal devices as separate domains,” said Harman chief executive Dinesh Paliwal. “Connectivity
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Trying to Identify Kernel, Possible Overclocking Possibilities for DM7022 Radio - Page 36


Friday 03rd of February 2012 / androidtablets.net
Originally Posted by gpmg762Glad i can help, Mark.I just had the unit installed into my Suzuki Swift Sport today but am not able to figure out how to connect the steering wheel control.Anyone has successfully done it?My extension only has four wires (no +5v wire), lead has 5 wires, which is different from the product picture online.Anyone manage to get Sygic running on the pad? Copilot works but Sygic hangs after starting.Hi. Here is the video, demonstrating steering wheel controls on my Nissan.You need to look at the electric circuit diagram of your car and find the type of steering wheel control and wire layout.If it uses CAN Bus steering wheel controls, i don`t know if your 777 will work. Propably it won`t.If it has a resistive keys - 777 will work. You need to connect GND to GND wire of the steering wheel keys, Steering wheel control has 1 or 2 outputs depending on car model. Connect Ad1 and Ad2 to the outputs. That is all. Now it should work. However, it may recognize not all the keys because they give similar measuring results. In this case you need to add extra 500 Ohm resist
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Friday 01st of February 2013 / droidforums.net
GROM Audio is the first in the Android market to deliver Direct Connection (via GROM-USB2P car kit) to Android devices. Features and Benefits of Android Direct Connection Kit (GROM-USB2P) to Factory Car Stereo•It allows users to connect their Android phones/Devicesdirectly into In-car audio systems for complete media control.•Android users can easily use their car stereo or steering wheel controls to access and play music stored on Android device or USB flash drive. In addition, GROM-USB2P2 features AUX line-in 3.5mm phone jack for other audio sources.•The GROM system allows to play music from either an Android mobile phone or a tablet, through the factory car stereo. Song titles, artists, and album names are displayed on the car radio display, where permitted by the stereo.•GROM Multimedia Kit Integrates Bluetooth technology (Via Bluetooth Dongle GROM-BTD) for Wireless Audio and In-car Hands-free Calling. Most importantly, users can keep eyes on the road and hands on the wheel while talking to callersGROM Car Kits are the ultimate solution for Android device
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Jelly Bean Issues with Bluetooth, Phonebook & Call History in 2010-2013 GM Vehicles


Wednesday 17th of April 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
This is for people who have an Android device that was recently upgraded to Jelly Bean. My car was at the GM dealership for over a week determining what the issue was. I have an open case with GM Infotainment, and also one with Motorola 3rd Tier support. Symptoms: Phone pairs with vehicle, but no phonebook/contacts or call history is pulled from the phone even after a PbapRequest, new from Jelly Bean from the car. This does not include the 2013 GM Vehicles with MyLink as it works fine on those as they have the newest and greatest OnStar modules and of course MyLink. Another issue is when making a Bluetooth call using the steering wheel controls results in calls not being made, but if call is initiated from the cell phone Bluetooth then works and you can use hands free. If you are able to use steering wheel controls, Voice commands, and dial any number on the Verizon network you might get a double ring, and feedback where you can
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Looking for advice on Bluetooth Steering Wheel Remote


Saturday 04th of August 2012 / droidforums.net
Hi all,I use my Razr Maxx in the car dock quite often but its a bit of a reach to tap the screen controls especially when listening to music. I'm wondering if anyone has info on a steering wheel mounted remote that I can use to control the music while my Maxx is in the dock. I've found a few for the iPhone but could not find any inf of they would work on an android phone. Looks like Maxell and Parrot have some but before I spend a lot of money to find out it doesn't work, I though I'd solicit some expert opinions and advice here.Thanks,David
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The One 'Do I Buy This', 'What Do I Buy', 'I'm Looking For' Thread - Page 56


Wednesday 06th of April 2011 / androidtablets.net
Thought I'd get some more responses, but I did my own research (how about that?). Found some alternatives:Huwai Ideos S7Viewsonic View Pad 7Flytouch 2 8in with GPS (may need to connect antenna externally?)Any feedback about these three?The Huwai & Flytouch has a resistive screen which I'm not so cool about, I have that on my current Pioneer Avic Head Unit (also had an HTC windows mobile phone back in the day) and I find the response is pretty terrible, I'm kind of used to capacitive screens ever since I've had my iphone. BTW 3G is optional, I will tether from my iphone (I'm worried that the galaxy tab/other tabs cannot connect via ad-hoc). Feedback on this?As far as how I plan to hook it up... right now I'm not doing a full integration. New cars today have such custom stereos that its hard to get everything right (keeping steering wheel controls, climate controls, external information etc). I have a 2006 Mazda3 and plan on adding a bluetooth module (Grom Audio), so the tablet will hook up through A2DP & AVRCP. This should allow for steering wheel control of the audio tracks a
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Steering Wheel controls?


Saturday 19th of January 2013 / droidforums.net
This might seem like a rather odd idea, but I was thinking about installing a Pioneer Appradio 2 to control my phone on my car stereo. I can't justify spending who knows what on installation costs when all I want is to hear my Pandora through my stereo and conveniently able to switch apps. Then I thought about a possible workaround, using my steering wheel. It has Volume/Channel up/down and a Mode button.Is there a way to integrate my steering wheel buttons into switching volume, changing tracks and switching modes while still being able to use it with my existing stereo? I have an AM/FM radio w/ CD player and also a tape deck.Is there a way to hook up a backup camera to your Smartphone via bluetooth?My current setup is Smartphone to Bluetooth to tape deck adapter to stereo. I had the car dock for my RAZR MAXX but the audio went bad on it.
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Sirius XM app display question/configuration


Friday 06th of September 2013 / droidforums.net
Hello Everyone,I have a 2013 Accord Sedan Sport which didn't come with a Sirius XM trial, so I'm currently using the app on my phone via bluetooth. I called Honda and was told the factory stereo in the Sport trim does not allow a Sirius XM tuner to be added on in order to view the artist and song title on the factory LCD and use the steering wheel controls since there is no Sirius XM logo listed as a media source. It's a hardware issue, not a software issue. I also called a few local car stereo shops and was told that if the factory stereo doesn't have an input for a Sirius XM tuner, I'd have to buy a Sirius XM ready stereo and the music info would display on the after market stereo, not the factory LCD.For now, I'm OK with using my phone app to listen to satellite radio, but the convenience of controlling channels, pause, etc from my steering wheel controller and viewing the music info on my LCD would be so much nicer. I did notice that if I don't launch the Sirius app while my phone connects to my car's bluetooth, the phone's default music player starts. I can view the music info o
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Sirius XM app display question/configuration


Monday 09th of September 2013 / androidforums.com
Hello Everyone,I have a 2013 Accord Sedan Sport which didn't come with a Sirius XM trial, so I'm currently using the app on my phone via bluetooth. I called Honda and was told the factory stereo in the Sport trim does not allow a Sirius XM tuner to be added on in order to view the artist and song title on the factory LCD and use the steering wheel controls since there is no Sirius XM logo listed as a media source. It's a hardware issue, not a software issue. I also called a few local car stereo shops and was told that if the factory stereo doesn't have an input for a Sirius XM tuner, I'd have to buy a Sirius XM ready stereo and the music info would display on the after market stereo, not the factory LCD.For now, I'm OK with using my phone app to listen to satellite radio, but the convenience of controlling channels, pause, etc from my steering wheel controller and viewing the music info on my LCD would be so much nicer. I did notice that if I don't launch the Sirius app while my phone connects to my car's bluetooth, the phone's default music player starts. I can view the music info o
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