P.S. I'm working on a new version, of HUR, still need to fix some bugs, but should be a pretty big step forward compared to previous version.
Is hotspot on headunint and hotspot name set to: HUR and the password to: AndroidAutoConnect ? does wifi launcher have all permissions?(try uninstalling wifi launcher and re instaling so it re prompts for permissions)Purchased HUR and WiFi Launcher a couple of weeks ago to suit my 16" Tesla type head unit. It's a PX6 unit running Android 9 and I'm using a Pixel 5 mobile with Android 11. USB connection works fine and AA opens up on the head unit OK. Sorted out the margins and Pixel density so all is good.
However I've spent many an hour trying to get the wiFi connection to work and after repeated uninstalls and reinstalls, I've got HUR listening for a connection on the head unit and WiFi Launcher says it's connected to the head unit but HUR still shows the listening for connection screen. Plug the phone into the USB and AA fires up instantly on the HUR. I'd prefer to run WiFi if I can as the power output from the PX6 unit is a little low to enable fast charging for the phone.
Is hotspot on headunint and hotspot name set to: HUR and the password to: AndroidAutoConnect ? does wifi launcher have all permissions?(try uninstalling wifi launcher and re instaling so it re prompts for permissions)
Finally able to automate start head unit server using macrodroid.Is it possible to automate start head unit server in phone without root?
In wifi launcher advanced options can you enable "Add Force Connect button" and try force connect from wifi launcher once BT connects to car?
Connect the phone's audio to the head unit if you can run AA without it and then disable the "sink audio" option which will make the audio go through the phone instead of the tablet, except since it's connected to your radio it will pipe audio hopefully to your speakers.Thanks for the info, I've actually updated to the beta and it is working much better over Wi-Fi and Option 1 is now working as well.
So now my next hurdle is which BT connection do you connect to the BT in the Headunit,
1 - Tablet seems to mean media audio and maps come through Headunit and calls via phone on speaker mode on phone
2 - Phone means calls through Headunit and media via tablet speakers.
I suppose as a last resort I could have phone on BT and and the tablet connected on a long aux plug to stereo but that is another wire to run.
Isn't that exactly what you just joined up to do?
You didn't join to ask a question. You could have started with telling us what device and Android version you are trying to connect with/to, and perhaps someone could help you constructively.
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