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juanfdp
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Hi, in my mazda cx 3 not working, the led blink and never appear a screen in the car system, is like the carpc are rebooting constatly


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AP756 - Fred
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Hi Juan, insert CarPC, wait for approx. 30 seconds and then restart your head unit (usually a long press on the power button). This is to ensure the head unit starts after CarPC.

If you still don't get it to work please try in another car or with your PC (using one of the programs Mirroid or Vysor). Please report your findings, I'm quite sure we'll get it to work.

Bye for now  Fred


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juanfdp
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Hola, (English translation below)  logre que el led quedara en color azul constante, pero en la pantalla del carro nunca aparece la notificación de Android auto, nunca ingresa, he reseteado la unidad del carro a default y aun así no pasa nada. 

En un carro Ford si funciona de manera normal, pero en el mazda no pasa nada.

Con la aplicación de Mirroid si logro ingresar a la unidad y usarlo de manera normal en el pc.

Yo tengo otro post en el foro porque no logré conectar de manera exitosa el mouse Bluetooth e incluso no he logrado conectar nada por Bluetooth, parece una falla del dispositivo.

Qie hago en este caso? 

 

I did translate your message to English (the official forum language) using translate.google.com

Hello, I managed to get the LED to remain in a constant blue color, but the Android auto notification never appears on the car screen, it never enters, I have reset the car unit to default and still nothing happens.

In a Ford car it works normally, but in the Mazda nothing happens.

With the Mirroid application if I can enter the unit and use it normally on the PC.

I have another post in the forum because I couldn't successfully connect the Bluetooth mouse and I haven't even been able to connect anything via Bluetooth, it seems like a device failure.

What do I do in this case?

This post was modified 3 months ago 2 times by AP756 - Fred

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AP756 - Fred
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@juanfdp "What do I do in this case?" Buy another car 😉 . Sorry to be in funny mood, this is my explanation: Each car manufacturer tries to implement Android Auto in a way which is good for them, but not for the user. The development of CarPC is not finished, therefore you can keep your hopes high that there will be a solution/workaround. Unfortunately not right now. Probably it might help to ask your car dealer if there is an update for your head unit.

Bye for now  Fred


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