Ok quite surprising.... Apparently the stale connection detection is triggering for your HU... That means the HU isn't sending any messages for 10+ seconds. Thats normally not really possible at all because the HU should respond to ping messages from the phone. Can you maybe do a run with debug logging on (until it crashes)?
Just to report back, updating to 2.0.1 did not resolve issue. Enabling passthrough mode resolved the issue.I also have (or had) this issue (Samsung Galaxy S20 5G with Android 12). As a workaround I had to press the mute button on the car system two times after accepting a call and then it works correctly for the duration of the call. Also I have had various other sound issues (no sound/no microphone).
I have upgraded to 2.0.1 yesterday, I have yet to try making a phone call but the other sound issues didn't occur again yet.
@rodmoore In a previous post I shared my experiences, also about retrieving the WiFi password: https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/...on-and-support.4247677/page-126#post-86606909
Well, I updated to the developmental firmware you enabled, but I still can't disable passthrough mode. It just won't connect w/o passthrough (though it did when I first got it, I ASSUME it's the HU update that broke it, but not sure). So I drove home with passthrough on (not sure where debug logging needs to be enabled, but maybe it doesn't matter if I can't disable passthrough?). I did have a disconnect on the way home, light seemed to be blinking green. Then it eventually turns blue and reconnects.Ok quite surprising.... Apparently the stale connection detection is triggering for your HU... That means the HU isn't sending any messages for 10+ seconds. Thats normally not really possible at all because the HU should respond to ping messages from the phone. Can you maybe do a run with debug logging on (until it crashes)?
EDIT: Passthrough mode is enabled of course so I cannot see any messages going through. I'll enable the latest develop firmware for you which should make non-passthrough mode also work again.
MOD Edit: Please help with this issue. I'm tired of pulling the cord after every call. Maybe I should file a bug report? Device #4Hi5S8zx
How can we help if we can't read your text? What is it? Russia, Cyrillic? But in the end it does not matter - this is an english spoken forum.
Update to 2.0.1A'm sorry.
I can't solve the last problem. After a phone call, the sound can no longer be played by the device. Reboot required.
AAWireless ver. 2.0, Audi A6 C7, OnePlus 7Pro
Please help with this problem. I'm tired of pulling the cord after every call. Maybe I should make a bug report? Device #4Hi5S8zx
Disable your VPN, if you have one. If you're using mobile data, try downloading the update separately over wifi then connect back up to AAWirelss and perform the install. If the download fails on wifi, then switch to mobile data.
FYI, I had the S20+, it's doesn't do the disconnecting thing like those other phones, and I had mobile data on and wifi for my kids devices.
Sounds very complex I'll build this feature into the next version of the app, possibly this week. Care to test?I've been happily using AAwirelsss in my Kia Stinger, but I do have a few notes on my specific installation that others might find helpful.
Instead of using the built in start / stop detection, I made a Y cable that hooks up the USB data lines and ground to my head unit, but power is pulled from a cigarette lighter USB adapter. I don't know if this is safe on all cars, but it worked on mine.
I have quite a few devices in my car I need to share internet with, and I do not want to buy an extra hotspot., so I had to make a few tweaks on my phone to make my phone's hot spot play nice with AAwireless. In the past I simply had a macrodroid script set up so that when my bluetooth connects to the car, it started my phone's hot spot.
Unfortunately, the limited wifi connection to AAwireless seems to confuse my phone's hotspot, and it won't share any internet once connected to AAwireless.
I found the trick was to to have Macrodroid enable my hotspot, then disable wifi, forcing the hot spot to share my cellular data connection, then reenable wifi, and script connecting to AAwireless manually.
The AAwireless password is the SHA-1 of the device name in upper case.
Note: AAwireless does currently support connecting through a hot spot, but only a hot spot that isn't also your AAwireless phone. Support for connecting via your phone's built in hot spot is eventually coming, but for now the method I use above has worked well for me.
Haha nice! I'll pass it on to our UI/UX designer We have some UX changes in the pipeline, but it doesn't have the highest prio right now as you can imagine.
Regarding the broken day / nightmode cycle:
I also have this problem, and I read a few days ago that it was due to a combination of updated Google Maps and Android Auto.
The combination which should work:
Android Auto: 7.5.621344
Google Maps: 11.31.1
You finde all these old versions on apkmirror.com, or similar sites.
Didn't have the time to check this out myself.
Yes rebooting is a band-aid solution for sure. But I think it would be a good thing to add in any case. Most devices I own have an option somewhere in the menu for a reboot. Hopefully it's not too difficult to implement.
I've already waited patiently for delivery 3 months more than expected - I ordered In April and was coming in June but now that's looking like October. Now I read on the indiegogo forum that people in the UK are being charged an additional €27 by the Royal mail as the UK is now not in the EU.
Just received my AAWireless, and will plug in and test tonight. Love the packaging, looks great! However… Since it was shipped from Hong Kong I was forced to pay a rather substantial import fee and duties on this bad boy. I was under the impression that they would be shipped from within the EU? Is it stands now I’m EUR 27,00 poorer
Emil Borconi-Szedressy 2 days ago
Looks like you are in the UK which is outside EU and also there is no way to pre-pay taxes with shipping company any more either....
This is a crazy. An additional $10 was already taken for delivery and it was meant to ship from the EU. I suspect the units have been shipped by Royal Mail / Dutch post. The Royal Mail rips off people in the UK because they add another £11 in admin fees on top of the 20% VAT even though goods up to £135 should be exempt.
So not only has VAT been charged coming into the EU from China, it has also been charged coming into the UK ON TOP of the VAT already paid in the EU.
This is just rubbish. What the guys need to do is either ship it from Hong Kong which can cost £0.20 (there are hundreds of chinese ebay and aliexpress sellers doing this already
The $10 postage already taken should then be refunded.
The other way round it is send the item from Hong Kong and to mark the item as a gift and providing it is below £39 there is NO VAT to pay and NO Royal mail admin fee. Actually as the original product was $57 - roughly £41.25 This wouldn't be a crime seeing as we have had to wait soo long. This could also mean the $10 delivery could be refunded
The other way is to ship it via fedex and state the ex-vat cost coming from china and then add 20% vat that the developer should be paying to the UK HMRC.
Sadly if that doesn't take place, EVERYONE IN THE UK will feel ripped off because of the poor delivery and poor choices made by the developers.
Disgruntled in the UK