Every Dasaita I have seen has a rest hole somewhere on the front panel. Stick a paperclip in the hole and hold the button until the front button lights flash, then release. The head unit will reboot.Does anyone know of a way to restart the headunit without turning the car on and off? Occasionally my bluetooth won't initialize and it won't connect to any devices unless i turn the car off and on again.
I wouldn't. You're asking for trouble. I have had both 9 and 10 and there really isn't enough difference to warrant the risk of an update. A lot can go wrong for almost no gain at allHello expert i would like to check is it possible to update my current android version 9 to 10
Quite right.I wouldn't. You're asking for trouble. I have had both 9 and 10 and there really isn't enough difference to warrant the risk of an update. A lot can go wrong for almost no gain at all
for some reason last week my unit was also auto launching Zlink every time I switched on the car, it had never done this before, since you can't delete it, tried deleting the storage and cache, and also tried just deleting the directory with file explorer, but didn't help. Then looked in the factory settings, and there you can just disable the app, just like apple carplay, now problem is solved. Still weird that this suddenly happened since I have the unit in my car for months now. Only problem is still the rebooting of the unit now and then, only seems to happen just a few minutes after driving away, same for cold or hot weather.Hi, I got the reply from Dasaita yesterday told me to try unplug and reinstall HU connections. I tried but nothing changed even I have reset the Factory settings. So, the seller told me to send the unit back for a replacement. It will take a while since my HU was sent from China to Canada. I will keep you update when the replacement one arrived.
Can you explain why you would want to use android auto when you have an android headunit? The reason for me to change the stock (android auto compatible) headunit, is because I don't want to connect my phone or use my phone navigation or what not, I can now just navigate on the headunit itself instead of using it as a mirroring device for my phone.Thanks!
I also have 2 of the same Dasaita units. One has been installed for 6 months with no issues.
When the second one was purchased from Amazon, Dasaita contacted via email and said that an MCU and firmware update was needed. I used the same "stock" link that you posted and updated both units.
The older unit works fine. The new one is doing this "auto launch" of navigation.
I contacted Dasaita and they claimed I was using the wrong firmware and sent this via email:
"Hi, Mark Johnson
you need to update the system.
Here you go for the update link:
PX6 10.0 HA3_rk3399_10.0_ota(20201214) https://www.sendspace.com/pro/dl/f3gyol
PX6 android 10 （1113）
Please download, then ONLY put that zip format file to the usb (format the usb before you use it to make sure only one file in the usb)."
I updated with the first file and the unit was doing the same thing.
I tried to update with the second file and the unit begins upgrade and then gives an error that says I cannot downgrade firmware. After the error, it defaults to recovery menu.
Quick question on the Malaysk firmware:
Does this firmware have the Z-Link app? Or some way to use Android Auto?
Can you explain why you would want to use android auto when you have an android headunit? The reason for me to change the stock (android auto compatible) headunit, is because I don't want to connect my phone or use my phone navigation or what not, I can now just navigate on the headunit itself instead of using it as a mirroring device for my phone.
Android Auto *app* suits at least 2 specific needs/desires when driving the car - navigation and music. The good side of Android Auto is the consistent interface. No guessing what to do regardless of what head unit is being used.
The statement "Android Auto headunit" is confusing in the difference between "Android Operating system in my car 'Auto'" as opposed to the Google app called Android Auto. Two distinctly different things although however the Android OS in my car option might offer more flexibility in what all you can do and install. When I'm driving I don't necessarily need all that flexibility.
Plus with wireless Android Auto, why not use it? If I had to plug the phone in every time I was driving maybe Android Auto would have a little inconvenience. If this was anything like screen mirroring, I wouldn't use it. The visual user interface for Android Auto is tailored for use when driving it's not really a "replacement for screen mirroring."