[Q] Chinese WINCE 6 Radio - Can you add wifi or 3G/4G dongle?

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By toolboxjesse, Junior Member on 28th May 2014, 06:37 PM
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I recently purchased & installed a double-din Chinese-made radio in my car. It is WINCE 6.0 based.
(As a new member I can't yet post links, but the unit can be found on ebay by searching for "8" Car SUV Stereo GPS NAV DVD Player Radio BT HONDA CR-V 2007-2011"
It wasn't my original intention for this unit, but since I learned that it is web-enabled I thought I might investigate what is required to make that work. The unit is supposed to be able to access the internet with a 3G SIM card, although for the life of me I don't see a SIM card slot anywhere on the unit- any ideas where this is?
Alternatively I wonder if there is a way to connect a 3G or 4G USB dongle to the unit, a wifi dongle, or perhaps use bluetooth DUN to connect to the internet through an app such as PDAnet.
I have been searching the web specifically for this info and the closest I have come is through this forum, but not specifically what I'm looking for.

Jesse in Atlanta
16th October 2014, 10:16 PM |#2  
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Bonjour si votre autoradio et équipée 3G WIFI vous devez avoir un câble usb pas celui ou on branche devant mais celui qui sort derrière il faut en plus un dongle usb pour mettre la puce 3g ou 4g ou une clé usb wifi
27th March 2015, 08:24 PM |#3  
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hi Jesse,

I got a wifi 3g win ce6 car radio head unit on ebay too. About $299

Well I tried to attach several win ce wifi usb dongles and the win ce radio would not detect them. I even used total commander through the navi set program to install cabs for several usb wifi dongles and 3g dongles but the unit will still not detect them when I plug them into the head unit.

I talked to the ebay seller about the problem and he just said I will give you $20 refund because He has no idea how to help me.

Yes I understand how frustrating this is. These chinese headunits are cheaper but they have no Customer support.

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