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  1. That's an impressive setup you are working on! Keen to see more info when you are further along. Are you planning to integrate with the factory touchscreen? I saw some threads on US sites where it looked fairly straightforward to put on a switch so you could use the touchscreen with an external device, or revert to factory. It was really easy in my previous car (Toyota Altezza aka Lexus IS2/300); I mounted a Nexus 7 in the dash and used one of the 'headunit' apps to get Android auto functionality via an OTG Y cable (charging + data) The Nexus 7 had been in the dash of the Ralliart colt I had before that (but that pre-dated Android Auto);
  2. I spoke to the people at Gromm previously, my car isn't BOSE, and got basically the same response. This guy seems to have one in a LHD Q50, based on his cluster etc I assume its a Canadian or European (metric + LHD) spec car. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lvu1LTvvK8Y I might go back to my original plan of using a raspberry pi with the stock touch screen (on aux) to run something similar to crankshaft for Android auto; I didn't want to tap into the factory wiring harness https://getcrankshaft.com/
  3. Hey guys, Just curious if anyone has tried these Tesla style screens for a G35S/G37 in their RHD V36. https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Android-system-video-Bluetooth-video-car-play-HD-tesla-sytle-screen-Navigation-Car-Player-For-Infiniti/32954293972.html?spm=2114.search0104.3.13.51c74f8aecRIUZ&ws_ab_test=searchweb0_0,searchweb201602_5_10065_10068_10130_10547_319_317_10548_10696_453_10084_454_10083_10618_431_10307_537_536_10131_10132_10133_10059_10884_10887_100031_321_322_10103,searchweb201603_51,ppcSwitch_0&algo_expid=6e4f2833-37de-4543-b37a-1342886389e7-2&algo_pvid=6e4f2833-37de-4543-b37a-1342886389e7 There are some reviews on Youtube, but they all seem to be from the US.
  4. My car (2006 350GT Type S sedan) was missing the aux plugs in the glove box; I found that they were under the centre console; whoever installed an aftermarket TV tuner in my car (which was behind the glove box) had ran an extension cable from under the centre console to behind the glove box. You might find something similar, but ending up in the boot for the TV tuner?
  5. http://www.ironchefimports.com/site/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=537&Itemid=38
  6. I was planning to buy a 7 inch touchscreen/controller off ebay, one of them has dimensions that are within a couple of millimetres of the M35 screen casing I have (I have a spare though, so if I need to file a bit off it, it isn't the end of the world). I was looking at running an android box without using miracast; otherwise I'd have just used a chromecast and casted my screen; the plan was for onscreen gauges (have an obdlink wifi mx coming one of these days), sygic for sat-nav, and XBMC for android for media. But I'm going to see how much the above solution costs; as it lets me get rid of the awful Sony double din head unit that is in my V35.
  7. That makes what I am currently in the process of doing (android box + 7 inch touchscreen inside the standard housing) look like crap...
  8. Hey guys, I've got a stock fascia and radio for sale to suit an M35. Its in untested condition, I bought it because I wanted the pop up screen/controls for a project for my V35 coupe. Make me an offer, I'd prefer local pickup but I can post at buyers expense.
  9. No worries, I'll let you know. ETA for mine is still several months away. (it is Kickstarter after all) I actually have an Uprev Cipher cable (I've got a V35 rather than a stag), but I want some on screen gauges as part of a project to put an Android tablet inside the guts of the pop up screen (been planning it for a while but was focusing on paying the car off... moving house next month and then I will start gathering parts). So buying the HKS isn't a deal breaker, but it is pretty expensive for what it is.
  10. I've ordered one of the newer dongles from OBDlink on Kickstarter to see if it works (I figured the $80ish investment was worth the risk) https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/obdsol/obdlink-mx-wifi-a-wireless-gateway-to-vehicle-obd?ref=live If that fails, I too will be buying the HKS one.
  11. If you really must have a G35 cluster, look at the Canadian one as it is metric...
  12. Where abouts are you located? might not hurt to take your car to Chris Rodgers (he is sometimes on this forum - He is in Redcliffe, QLD), I had an issue with my V35 Coupe's indicators and he diagnosed that my compliance workshop had done some dodgy wiring, it literally took him 5 minutes to find the problem and not a whole lot longer to fix it. The key issue could just be the battery in the remote going flat, you can undo the screw on the back and find the code off the battery and get another one. It could also be the fairly common door lock actuator issue (I think there is a guide stickied on the forum on how to swap these out)
  13. Under the centre console there is a bosch sensor; add a switch into the orange wire be warned; you can't reactivate traction control unless you clear the code in Cipher, or restart the engine.
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