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  1. Android Auto Head Unit

    Hi everyone I am new to this forum/club. I recently purchased 2009 Toyota Tarago Ultima. I wanted to hardwire 2 dashcams - front and rear. I also wanted to install a reversing camera. When I visited car audio guy, he suggested to replace the original head unit with a new system having these features. I am bit anxious with replacing the original equipment as I am worried; fiddling with it can create new problems. I am keen to install one with Android Auto. I am trying to search one with Android Auto but couldn't find one. I would love to have navigation in that but what I learnt that those systems will be $ >1000. Any one has replaced the head unit with a new one with these features: Android auto BT and possibly navigation Which model would you suggest? Price? Cheers
  2. My 2013 RAV 4 SD card seems to have been corrupted or wiped after a flat battery and battery change. The card is not readable when plugged in to a computer. The head unit display indicated that it was not able to read the SD card or program. Now it's asking for the pin code but is frozen on the code screen and does not allow any selections to be made. Please help!
  3. Hi guys, I have a toyota aurion atx 09 model after 3 years of owning the vehicle, cds and listening to the radio just doesn't cut it for me anymore. I've been reading all over the net about adapter kits. there's a few on eBay etc just unsure need more info. I'm looking to install an auxiliary / ipod connection + charging/ and bluetooth for music play back* and hands-free calls. to plug into the the back of the head unit..Pn 86120-06351. I'm not very tech savy but I've already seen another members post on here Shane_85s aux mod. he makes an aux adapter from Jay car parts. I don't want to upgrade the head unit either. basically I wanted some info from others who have done the same thing. here's some links of what I'm looking at just unsure. https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B009L4ITMC/ref=ox_sc_act_image_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A236UT9Z5WDWZA http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/291619233288 http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/121646590164 http://m.ebay.com.au/itm/Toyota-AUX-iPhone-iPod-Factory-Radio-Adaptor-for-Camry-Aurion-Corolla-Rav-4-/151468382802?hash=item2344381a52%3Ag%3AZ2oAAOSw~gRVs4K9 cheers
  4. Hi Guys Newbie here... Just bought a 2007 Prodigy as a shared car with myself and my son. It's our 6th Toyota - They just seem to be totally reliable cars...In the current stable we have a Toyota Corolla Ascent Sport 2016, (wife's car) and I have a Toyota Aurion Presara 2012 (going up for sale as the shared Prodigy is replacing it) ...My son also has a 1989 MR2 - which is really just for occasional driving pleasure (my wife doesn't like him driving it as it's got no safety features at all, hopefully he use the Prodigy as a daily driver and the MR2 for track days only (yep it's had lot's of work done....) We are thinking about upgrading to bluetooth (I need this on a daily basis) as the car does seem to have it (unless I am missing something) -although very strangely there is a bluetooth icon on the standard head unit, but it never lights up - I can see it... I looked at the external bluetooth units but the for 1$100 just to get Bluetooth and nothing else seems a bit of a waste when you can get a head unit with GPS, Bluetooth, reverse camera, A2DP, et etc for ~250-300. Then of course theres the Andoid units which seem to be around $500 I saw lots of discussion around the Android units and in particular the Eonon. What has been the long term experiences.. What about the guys running the cheaper WinCE - Any long term comments. I have read most of the excitement that was around when these first released, but was more interested in the long term prognosis on these? Many thanks in advance Michael
  5. I recently purchased my first care, a Dec 2012 Toyota Corolla Ascent ZRE182. I'm wondering what sort of head-units people are installing in these models. Is it worth getting the genuine Toyota one (quite pricey), or will a Eonon like this one: http://www.eonon.com/Car-GPS/Specific-Car-GPS/Toyota/GM5169.html, or some other Android unit be just as good? I'd love to have a reverse camera installed with it eventually too, but at this stage I'd like to have some opinions on what works well in these models. Since I just bought the car out-right, something affordable would be great!
  6. Hi I have a 2007 Aurion Sportivo SX6 and just bought a Sony XAV-712BT head unit to replace the aging original 6 Stack CD /Radio. I was hoping to find a YouTube video to assist me with the install, but so far I cannot find any. I have found info on the removal of the old system it's the install and I mainly want to see one showing the wiring being done and in particular for the setup for the steering wheel controls. For the steering wheel controls I have a Steering Wheel Control Interface (SWI-RC) from Pacific Accessory Corporation (PAC). So if anyone has come across any videos that might be of help I would greatly appreciate a link. Regards Allan
  7. Hi All I have searched through but can't seem to find a thread for this issue - please point me to one if there is one, thanks. I have a 2008 Kluger Grande and the control knobs have come off the unit - the ones that control the radio volume, on/off, tuning, etc. Mine is not the only one that had this issue - I test drove a couple of others and they had the same thing as well as seeing others since. I have taken the car back to the dealer several times and they ordered in new knobs and found that they could not fit them as they don't have the bit inside the knob to attach them to the unit. They have said that they need to replace the whole head unit because there is no repair or way to attached the new knobs. They said that they will look for the exact same unit for me (which suits me as I'd like to keep it as original as possible). Anyone have a solution to this other than replacing the unit? Cheers, LA
  8. Hello community, I have purchased a Dashlinq Ca Fi Toyota head unit for my gt86. These are Android OS head units that have alot of cool things going for them. This unit was bought to replace my OEM PQZ60-00537 Fujitsu head unit. I got the unit and was hoping to be able to connect my Toyotas OEM camera to this device but I am struggling to get a signal to the device. Please see the attached images I have included a PQZ60 wiring diagram and some of the cables that I believe are part of this solution but maybe I'm wrong If you look at the wiring diagram. You can see the CN4950 port which I thought is the units video port its got the V+, V-, CA+ which I think is the trigger cable and Ground. I created a video tester lead for the purpose of running a few experiments. 1) I have tried connecting the V+ to the BACK cable on the dashlinq system and the V- to the video in on the device but no go. 2) I have tried connecting to V+ and V- to the video in and the BACK cable to the CA+ cable but no go. 3) Im thinking now that the CN4800 port is maybe the the trigger wire as this port references V+, V-, and CA+ and PKB (is this parking brake) , but I am unsure. Can anyone suggest anything? Thanks
  9. Hi everyone! I'm currently waiting for my new head unit to arrive and I was wondering if someone here can help me. How will I connect all my plugs from my OEM head unit to my new head unit? I will attach photos of old and new head unit. New head unit has the RCA where my old oem head unit doesnt have any RCA. What plugs do I need to buy? I will also attach a picture the stuff that comes with the new head unit. Hope someone can help. Thanks
  10. Hi, guys. I need advises urgently. i replaced my head unit with a kenwood DNN9350BT ON MY 2011 SPORTIVO SX6. EVERYTHING works fine except for the steering wheel control, the left side that controls the volume and mode works fine. but the right side 'display' which controls the fuel information on the dash didn't work at all. I called the shop, they insisted that they did everything perfect, so the fuel display only works with the factory head unit. are they being honest or just trying to get rid of the responsibility for doing ****ty work? Does anyone has experience with this? please help me, much appreciated! I will wait online....
  11. I am currently installing a Toyota Display Audio unit from the ZRE182R Ascent Sport hatchback in my 2008 Corolla Ascent sedan. I have the luxury pack on it, so I bought the PZQ60-00121 wire harness to get the steering wheel controls working, and I bought one of the antenna adapters off eBay. I have taken out the old head unit, connected the adapters to the new Display Audio head unit, and plugged in all the connectors from the car. When I start up the car, the unit comes on, the steering wheel controls work and I can see the RDS data being displayed when the unit is in FM mode. For some reason though, I am not getting any audio out of the unit. I have made sure all the connections from the car that were connected to the old head unit were plugged into the new one, and checked the volume is turned up, and have tried AM, FM and Bluetooth Streaming, however I am still not getting any audio through the speakers. Has anyone else upgraded their older Corollas to the post-2012 head units? Did Toyota change the wiring for the speakers? Do I need to order another wiring harness for the speakers, and if so what is the part number for it? Thanks in advance to anyone who can help me :) If you need more information just let me know :)
  12. Hi guys, Badly need some help please... I have a 2010 model Rav4 with the stock head unit Fujitsu PZQ60-00052. I bought an aftermarket reversing camera and installed it myself all went well until I am about to connect it to the head unit as there is not video RCA connectivity just like on my aftermarket camera. I've been searching through google to find some information on where I can install it. I've seen one car before with exactly the same head unit and it has a reversing camera so I know mine is capable. Toyota service also acknowledge that it's possible but did not tell me which one. (I'm kinda expecting that)
  13. Hi Everyone, I have a Corolla Ascent and the head unit I purchased requires me to mount an external mic. Is this location an okay place to mount the microphone (see image)? Just out of interest, what are the gaps actually for? Thanks :)
  14. Dig Options Head Unit for 2008 Kluger

    Hi, Has anyone purchased and modified their head units using Dig Options? Here's the link to the unit: http://www.digoptions.com/Toyota_In_Dash_Multimedia_Navigation_Car_Stereo_p/avn11tp.htm How did it go? any challenges encountered when installing? Was planning to buy one, am just concerned with the reverse camera connection, if it will have issues incase changing the stock head unit. Cheers
  15. Hi folks, I am looking for an after market head unit (GPS, DVD, bluetooth, USB, iphone, [DVB-T, reversing camera] etc.) and I am a bit confused. I have read this forum and elswhere and understand there are sone cheap Chinese units that fall short of the more expensive brand name units. I was hoping to find something in between for my 2009 Aurion, maybe around $600-$700. It looks like there are a couple of new-ish units available on the market and I was wondering if anyone has any expereince or knowledge about them. The first is a unit that trades under a few different 'Tunez' names on ebay and their own web site. http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/8-Toyota-Aurion-Camry-Car-DVD-GPS-Player-Navi-DVB-T-TV-Head-Unit-Stereo-Tunez-/281124931893 http://www.tunezmart.com/shop/products/111-Toyota/3-8-Toyota-CamryAurion-car-DVD-player-with-GPS-and-DVBT/ The second unit is an android device which I think has been mentioned here by others. Both have 8" screens and similar features. http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/8-Android-Toyota-Camry-Aurion-WIFI-GPS-IPOD-Car-DVD-Reversing-Camera-/261209301960 A local car audio dealer is pushing me to buy this Opal unit for around $1500: http://aus-audio.com.au/products/opal/optungps Like I mentioned, I don;t know which way to turn for quality, function and value so I would love to hear from anyone who has any advice, particularly about the 'Tunez' units. Thanks a lot, Steve
  16. Hi Guys, I am new to this forum just need help identifying this part. I have a 07 Aurion zr6 which has the factory dvd/gps unit. I just installed the grom IPD3 aux and ipod kit it all works fine. I put the dash/center console back together after i put everything back together i noticed this part i am not sure if its part of the car if it is i am assuming its from the center console since its the only area i took apart or i was thinking it could some random part that fell out from the packaging here is a picture below. i alos checked to see if the cup holder door and all the center console doors open/close they all work :) Thanks in advance
  17. Hey guys, I recently installed a JVC KW-AV60BT in my 2011 Camry Hybrid. The installation was easy however, gathering all the correct information was difficult. So in the interest of future upgraders, I figured i'd dump all the information I found useful here. Factory Head Unit: Fujitsu Ten 86120-YY130-D Model: FT0015A JVC KW-AV60BT: There's a good write up of the unit here: http://www.crutchfie...-KW-AV60BT.html Steering Wheel Control Integration: To maintain the factory steering wheel control, I chose Axxess Interface's ASWC: http://www.axxessint...ontrol_new.aspx instructions on installing the unit is also on that page. Pay particular attention the the wire colours. IE. (Orange/Blue vs. Blue/Orange. The first means orange wire with blue stripe, the second means blue wire with orange stripe.) Factory Reverse Camera: This is where it got a little tricky. The factory reverse camera takes in 6V instead of the standard 12V. The 6V is fed to the camera from the factory HU. As a result of this, you will need to make a converter that will convert 12V to 6V and tap into the Live wire (RED) to the head unit. Instructions on making your own voltage converter can be found here. Parts costs bout AUD 6 bucks all up. http://www.toyotanat...rong> </strong> Removal of Fascia: To get to the double Din bracket, you have to remove a few fascia plates. DJKOR has a really good write up for the Aurion here (works fine for the camry too): http://au.toyotaowne...ory-audio-unit/ Double Din Bracket: Because the JVC came with a removable face plate, it stuck out from the front of the fascia by about 15mm. To fix this, I had to drill new holes on the factory double din bracket. Fascia: Although the factory head unit is Double Din mounted, the front of the unit is actually wider then a standard double din head unit. As a result, the standard factory fascia will not fit the aftermarket radio. (It will fit, you will be left with 2 gaping holes either side of the radio tho). Solution: I bought a aftermarket fascia from factory_fit on ebay. It looks and feel like the factory fascia, except the hole is cut to the correct double din standard. You will need to remove the factory fascia clips and install them on the aftermarket fascia. (They can be a bit tricky to remove, be patient) The radio fascia is clipped to the airconditioner unit. To remove the radio fascia, hold onto the airconditioner unit and slide the radio fascia to the left and pull up (Looking at the front of the unit). It should just clip out. Wiring: This is where it gets interesting. Wiring diagrams to the factory head unit are here: http://au.toyotaowne...it/page__st__15 There are 4 connectors connected to the factory radio. POWER/AUDIO (2 connectors side by side), sensor signal (1 connector) and AM/FM antenna (1 rounded connector) In the link above, DJKOR has provided a very detailed diagram of the POWER/AUDIO connectors. Peter Yeh has described the wires on the sensor signal connector. The AM/FM antenna plugs straight into the JVC without issue. I strongly recommend using Aeropro harness to connect your factory connectors to the JVC. I bought 2 Aeropro harness which did the job. 1 x Toyota to ISO 1 x ISO to JVC Make sure you check the Aeropro harness to ensure the wires are connected to the right place. My ISO to JVC had the front and rear speakers the wrong way round. Unfortunately, Aeropro, at the time of posting, doesn't make a harness for the sensor signal connector. This means wire connectors! You will need an RCA cable to tap into the reverse signal. 2 wires. With the voltage converter you made, connect the 6V out to the camera Positive cable. Connect the reverse signal cable from the factory harness to the JVC Connect the parking brake wire on the JVC to any ground (This is illegal in Australia as doing so will prevent the safety features of JVC from stopping video playback while the vehicle is in motion.) Connect the other wires to the steering wheel control interface. See instructions on their website for details. End result: I thought the toyota factory HU was decent, and lets face it, it does sound pretty decent but lacks in the functionality department. And that ipod integration was half baked... But the JVC blew that out the water! It just sounds amazing! Bluetooth works perfect, people can actually hear me now! Ipod integration works as it should, and it sounds amazing!!!
  18. Hi All looking to update my head unit with bluetooth etc The third plug on the head unit has these 3 wires - does anyone know the functions? I assume for the steering wheel remote control. but what is each one for
  19. Does anyone know where one could get a custom head unit double din fascia for replacement 'universal' Headunit. Seems to be the closest looking one on the internet is for a landcruiser but no good either. There does not seem to be too much for the taragos out there?! - I have searched for estima, previa, etc but to no avail.
  20. Hi All looking to update my head unit with bluetooth etc The third plug on the head unit has these 3 wires - does anyone know the functions? I assume for the steering wheel remote control. but what is each one for
  21. Hey guys and girls, Im looking to upgrade my stereo in my 2008 Aurion ZR6...for the speakers im going with JL Audio C2 6.5'" coaxials for the front and JL Audio C2 6X9" 3 way speakers for the back (hope these both mount good as ive seen someone else on the forum has installed them and the sound quality is great). As for the head unit I would really appreciate some help for an aftermarket head unit as I would like to keep the "stock look." Ive read the forum through and through and cannot find any concrete evidence as to what exactly is the best aftermarket head unit....is it the Easydeals unit?? is it the DigOptions unit?? is it the Auspack unit?? is it the AutoTunez unit?? Im going crazy...someone please help me and let me know which is the best unit out there at the moment that maintains the "stock look" and performs great too. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Cheers Jono ^_^
  22. Bought a head unit this week from this website: http://www.eonon.com/Car-GPS/Specific-Car-GPS/D5116.html Install was fairly easy and all wires are connected. Only thing working is the radio. Issues are: 1. GPS - sofware not installed, although I paid for it 2. Bluetooth - does not connect to my I -phone 4, which worked well with the stock unit 3. Reverse camera - does not come on All wires are connected. I contacted the supplier but no response. I might have to go back to the stock unit and just get rid of this aftermarket piece of junk.
  23. I am looking at getting this Head unit to put into Corolla 2002. Has anyone put one of these into there car. If they are ok or can someone tell me what is a good chinese all in one head unit. http://au.xtrons.com...yer-TD602G.html