No problem. I'm happy to help. It was bugging me for months as well and I finally figured it out, so I understand your frustrations.OMG!!! This has been killing me for months. I finally reached out to Dasaita, but they didn't answer. Thanks so much for your help. Cheers to you my friend!!! I appreciate your help!!!
Just installed a couple of days ago my Dasaita MAX 10 on my mx5 MK3. Everything works flawlessy , from what it seems, but I want to update my unit.
Maybe suonds a little bit stupid but I'm unsure on how to update the unit itself.
I just need to put both MCU and the 10.0 HA3_rk3399_10.0 (20210111) inside the same SD card and then select MCU update?
Also, it seems from the thread this is the recent one (for Android 10 )
MCU: 3.71d https://www.sendspace.com/pro/dl/bmo68b
PX6 10.0 HA3_rk3399_10.0 (20210111) https://www.sendspace.com/pro/dl/1q8cpf
Thank you and sorry for the stupid question!
I think the same problem of back ground noise in this thread;Good morning, I have installed the Dasaita speaker line adapter to RCA in my Mazda CX5 with Bose, I put this topic as a contribution from my experience and since although it is true it is not a software update if it is hardware, say that interference noises have disappeared by 98%, 2% are very imperceptible; Before it was exasperating, now it has improved. I hope this helps someone else.
Of course Always chasing the latest version to support your phone.
Everything works perfectly. Android Auto settings now has an auto/day/night setting now as well (along with background images).
Disconnect the battery for about five minutes and try again, it is very strange what has happened to you since this update is very fast and safe, after the LEDs blink you have to wait until it restarts and then remove the USB. To avoid inconveniences with updates I prefer to place either the .dmg file in an empty memory or the update.zip file in the same way only the file in an empty memory without any files.Hello everyone, today while trying to update MCU3.75B my Dasaita PX6 Android 10 station
LEDs on the left started flashing and then it was completely dark. No reaction to the attempt
entry into the recovery menu. The station is dead.
disconnecting the battery did not do anything, dasaita still dead no response to entering the recovery menu mode.Odłącz baterię na około pięć minut i spróbuj ponownie, to bardzo dziwne, co się z tobą stało, ponieważ ta aktualizacja jest bardzo szybka i bezpieczna, po miganiu diod LED musisz poczekać, aż uruchomi się ponownie, a następnie wyjąć USB. Aby uniknąć niedogodności z aktualizacjami, wolę umieścić plik .dmg w pustej pamięci lub plik update.zip w ten sam sposób tylko plik w pustej pamięci bez żadnych plików.
It would be great if you can share what's on your mind for the future of this device... Would it be updated to 7.0? Are you guys thinking on moving directly to 8.0 as some post suggested? Or are you focusing on further cleaning/bug removal on Android 6 for the foreseeable future?
While upgrading for the sake of being able to claim compatibility with latest android release is not really helpful for the users (everybody prefers a stable device rather than latest SW), what Google is doing with the assistant seems quite nice and I understand there's no possible dirty trick to get Assistant on Android 6 (while there're some "options" posted for Android 7)
Has someone already downloaded the firmware HA_PX5_8.0_ota (20181124) and could upload it to another hoster? the download on sendspace takes forever.