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Suits For Toyota 4 Runner 2010 - 2019
Android 8.1 2G RAM 32G ROM android car MP5 Player for Toyota 4 Runner 2013 - 2015 , With GPS Navigation, Mirroring Screen, Bluetooth , FM/AM, RDS , 4X45W Amplifier power out, WIFI, DVR, DAB+, CANBUS,Steering Wheel Control .. NO DVD Deck
* 9" HD TFT Display & Capacitive Touch Screen
* Solution : Allwinner T8
* OS:T8 Quad/Octa Core Android 8.1
* Fast Response, Built in 2GB RAM, 32GB ROM
* Video Format: avi, mkv, mov, mp4, mpeg, mpg, rmvb , flv, H.265 ect.
* Audio Format: MP3, WMA, AAC, RM, FLAC etc.
* Photo: JPG, BMP, JEPG, GIF, PNG ect.
* Resolution: 1024*600 Pixels
* Screen Mirroring for android or Apple Mobile phone
* Radio ( FM/AM tuner, RDS Support )
* Everything can be Shared with RCA Output
* Support Full HD 1080 Video Format
* Built-in GPS Navigation
* With Bluetooth / phonebook/ handfree
* Built-in WiFi Dongle
* Support DVR , OBD2 and Mirror link
* Support External 3G dongle
* Steering Wheel Control
* 4X45W Amplifier power output
* Support 500G Mobile hard disk drive
* OS Language : English,Russian, Spanish,German,French, Itaiano, Magyar, Polski, Portugues, Romania, Turkish, Arabic, chinese ...etc .
* Efficient Heatsink
1* ISO Harness Wires
2* USB Cable
1* GPS Antenna
1* Wifi Antenna
1* Free Installation Tool
1* Free external MIC
1.Can the headunit use internet data from your phone via Bluetooth and not "hot spot"?
R:absolutely, you have the option for both.
2.So plugging cell phone, will android auto work?
R:yes, it absolutely works
3.Can it play MP4, MKV videos?
R:it can play all this and more.
4.Does the brightness auto adjust to ambient light and/or dash light control??
R:R:Day and night two modes to adapt to different scenes. Dash control , only the panel and not the screen, but you can do that by the brightness -+
5.Do you have to order the harness separately?
R: No,the manufacturer has prepared all the harnesses for you,this is the full kit harness for all trims + the steering controls.
6.Does it have apple CarPlay?
R:Yes,from the drop down add the CarPlay dongle.
7.This head unit can replace a separate ipad for gps and a driving camera recorder?
R:Yes,it has a stand-alone GPS. So if in other words, no cell coverage, the system will still work.
8.Does this unit have connection for the OEM USB/Aux connector on the center console?
R:No it’s not plug and play to the OEM USB and aux. But it can be done.
9.How is the sound quality compared to the non-JBL OEM unit?
R:Sound quality is so great, even with the garbage carton OEM speakers.
10.Is there a way to splice in the OEM mic and GPS antenna?
R:It comes with a mic so you can connect the extra mic.
11.Does this unit have Vehicle In Motion override so all functions(GPS address input, contacts scrolling, etc) work while driving?
R:Yes, the lock is gone, actually you can control that, there is an option called ,lock break, on or off, so you have the option to turn that lock on or off..
12.I notice that it took away your Cd player furthermore dies it have an Aux port to plug my cord in?
R:Yeah no CD player and yes it has a AUX spot.
13.how does the radio function work on this head unit?
R:You just click the app and it will open the radio.
14.Does it run GPS without wifi or tethering?
R:Has a stock GPS that does give you the location.
15.Does the Bluetooth OBD car detection tool have networking capabilities?
R:It has only Bluetooth and does not have network capabilities.
16.Is it plug and play?
R:Yes,100% plug-and-play solution.
17.Whether it has XM capabilities?
R:Sorry,no XM capabilities now.
Bluetooth V2.1 OBD2 Car Diagnostic Tool
HOW TO INSTALL THE T8 ANDROID HEAD UNIT
STEP 1: REMOVE THE TRIM PIECES SURROUNDING THE OEM UNIT
Removing the trim pieces is straight forward. The majority of the center console removal is a series of clips that must be unsnapped. We’ll start with the left and right trim pieces towards the bottom of the console.
Each side is held in by 5 clips. Grip the trim piece along the top and bottom with your hands and pull straight towards you to remove.
Next, insert your plastic trim removal tool below the lower lip of the A/C control unit then use a twist motion to unhook the bottom clips holding it in. Pull the unit towards you and upwards to release the top clips located on each side.
Once the clips are removed, unhook the single connection (green circle below) using the ‘pinch-and-pull’ method.
Using your 10 MM socket, remove the 4 bolts. After this STEP, you should be able to gently pull the OEM unit towards you.
DO NOT PULL IT OUT FORCEFULLY – there are a number of connections on the back.
STEP 2: UNHOOK CONNECTIONS FROM THE BACK OF THE OEM UNIT
Remove all connections from the back of the OEM unit using the ‘pinch-and-pull’ method. You don’t need to worry about what goes where since the new Android unit is plug-and-play and no two connections are the same size.
STEP 3: TRANSFER OVER A/C VENTS AND HAZARD LIGHT SWITCH
We’ll need to move over the two A/C vents and the hazard light switch from the OEM unit to the new Android unit. The A/C vents are held in by 4 clips – one on each side. I found it easiest to insert a small flathead screwdriver behind each clip, working my way in a clockwise pattern until each clip was unhooked, and then pulling the vent straight up. Repeat the same process on the other side. The vents will snap right into the new unit and lock into place.
To remove the hazard light switch, you’ll need to remove the screw located on the OEM bracket. Then, wiggle the switch out through the front of the OEM unit and into the Android unit.
STEP 4: PLUG IN CONNECTIONS TO THE BACK OF THE ANDROID UNIT
Believe it or not, the hardest part is done. Using the visual diagram on the top of the new Android unit for reference, we’ll plug in a few connections:
1.Connect the GPS cable to the bottom left of the unit
2.Connect the WiFi dongle to the top left of the unit
3.Connect the two ‘Camera’ cables to the first two ports on the unit (one on top of the other)
4.Connect the ‘CD In L’ and ‘CD In R’ cables (they’re labeled) into the second and third ports of the center row
5.Plug in the other two connections in the middle and bottom right of the unit
Your connections should look similar to mine unless you have a subwoofer – you’ll have something plugged into one of the other ports according to the diagram on top of the back of the unit.
As you can see from the pictures, I didn’t have anything plugged into the 3rd / last row of the unit.
You’ll know you are done with all the connections when nothing from the new unit remains to be connected.
STEP 5: CONNECT OEM CABLES TO THE BACK OF THE NEW UNIT
We’re ready to connect the OEM cables to the new unit. As I mentioned previously, the good news is no two connections are the same size, so it really is just a matter of connecting two similar pieces until you hear them snap. You should not have to use any force during this STEP.
I was worried because I had two OEM connections that didn’t have a home. One was for the factory GPS, the insulated cable that runs down from the top of the center console. The other was for XM radio, which the new unit does not support.
STEP 6: VALIDATE YOUR CONNECTIONS THEN TUCK WIRES BACK AND REASSEMBLE THE CENTER CONSOLE
Once everything is plugged in, gently tuck all the wiring back into the dashboard, but do not snap the new unit into place yet. I recommend turning on the 4R and ensuring everything powers up as it should. I validated the following:
1.Unit has power and turns on.
2.The radio works and I can listen to local stations.
3.WiFi works, if available where you’re doing the install.
4.The backup camera works when I shift into R.
Once everything looked good, I turned the 4R off then snapped the Android unit into its new home.
Reinstall the appropriate trim pieces starting with the A/C control unit – don’t forget to connect power to the back of the unit.
Once it snaps into place, install the left and right trim pieces.
Now, you can access the Google Play store and download all the apps your heart desires.
Please remember that although this unit allows for a lot more flexibility than Entune, that you should still exercise caution when driving.
Just because you can watch YouTube or other videos doesn’t mean you should.