Got it working, I've found that when you exit the app , the app is still running.Starting with HUR 6.0 I've completely rewrote the video decoding procedure and if the device is running Android 5 or higher it will use ASYNC video decoding which is the correct way based on Google documentation, but I feel that some video drivers might not be up to the task...
valuable info, by leave the app running and then restart the app you mean you leave it running in the background and then open it again from the icon ?Got it working, I've found that when you exit the app , the app is still running.
If I kill off the app and restart all is OK graphics are correct.
Exiting the app and leave the app running and then restart the app the app either crashes or you get the pixilated graphics.
On the Huawei if you swipe up you can see the running programs, hur is at the home screen opening this instance gives you the pixilated view or it crashes.Interesting, but does the app actually show up the home screen or does it take you back to the AA view? And what happens if you re-open the app from the notification (by tapping on the media notification - not the buttons of the notification!) ?
If I go to settings and connectivity Hotspot option is on, exiting the setup Hotspot is running.Is the start hotspot option turned on in the settings (you can now have listening without hotspot for in-car Wifi) as for background instance I'm not sure what you mean? decoder error?
I'll check that hotspot thing tomorrow, as of the background instance. Indeed app doesn't do a "force-stop" when you press the exit button (as it did in the past) it lets the system manage it.If I go to settings and connectivity Hotspot option is on, exiting the setup Hotspot is running.
Next time you run the app Hotspot not showing go into setup and exit Hotspot shows.
Pressing exit the program is still running in the background.
I installed latest beta all seems fine but i noticed that next track steering contol now move song 10 sec forward rather than go to next track..I'll check that hotspot thing tomorrow, as of the background instance. Indeed app doesn't do a "force-stop" when you press the exit button (as it did in the past) it lets the system manage it.
Many HU offer an option to leave the HU in some kind of lower power sleep mode when you turn off the car. This can be forever or for a user set time. Allows the HU to load faster.I'll check that hotspot thing tomorrow, as of the background instance. Indeed app doesn't do a "force-stop" when you press the exit button (as it did in the past) it lets the system manage it.
Car salesmen will do anything to get you in the showroom to unload a new vehicle on you. That said, this is a pretty clever ploy.Hi anyone using the native WiFi method, mine is working great accept when I go past a local car showroom AA disconnects and then hur closes down. Its the only place that this happens really strange
Just to expand on what Clarkie49 said, because this is getting tiresome..One question about wifi...do I have to enable the hotspot in the phone settings when wifi launcher is installed, or do I just leave it off and wifi launcher sets up the wifi?
Thanks for your patience.
am start-foreground-service -W com.google.android.projection.gearhead/com.google.android.projection.gearhead.companion.DeveloperHeadUnitNetworkService
am stopservice -W com.google.android.projection.gearhead/com.google.android.projection.gearhead.companion.DeveloperHeadUnitNetworkService
Have you enabled the option to disable touch restrictions? That seems to mess up the GPS in some instances.Covid restictions have had me home bound for a while and I haven't had a chance to test HUR on a longer drive. I had a problem today.
I used Google Maps to guide me to a location 1.5 hours away. About 2/3 of the way there I noticed that the vocal instructions and map location on the screen weren't in sync. The vocal instructions were up to date with where I was, but Maps on the car display was behind, around 5 minutes. On the way back I used Garmin on the car deck and had no issues.
I don't know if anyone else has had this happen, or if it has happened if they figured out what it was and a fix.
Not a big problem, as I knew where I was going. But on a trip where directions are needed, this would have been a problem.
You know what, I thought I was in the AA wireless thread. But this may also apply to HUR. The option is called fake speed reporting or something like that in the GPS section. Play with that and the other option called GPS sharing, which I believe means Android auto will use the GPS of the tablet which sometimes is not that good.NO, I hadn't read anything about that. I'll check HUR next time I get in the vehicle. Thanks.
So the head unit is rooted as well, and you installed HUR... What year is it? Are you sure it has WiFi? When you go to settings-> connection in HUR, is the first option you see "use native wireless AA method", or "listen for incoming connection"?Mine is a Honda stock head unit running 4.2.2. HUR I'm running 6.3 B4. The headunit bluetooth card was compatible with native wireless when I installed 6.3, but never did connect. I have tried both types, wireless and via hotspot.
When I get a chance I will try your instructions today. My previous phone, a Pixel 2 stock worked fine when plugged into USB .
The only issue I have with USB, is that the phone will not go through HUR. So in other words, if I ask assistant to call someone the call goes through the phone speaker, with or without audio synced. I have selected and deselected the phone in bluetooth settings. The car deck is awful to make calls through. The bluetooth assistant is terrible and it forces me through several menues before i can connect and make a call.
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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