cp /data/local/tmp/rootme/eu.chainfire.supersu_v2.78-278_Android-2.1.apk /system/app/ >> /data/local/tmp/rootme/root-log.txt 2>&1
Nothing worked when I ended up with same situation( blank after boot Honda logo). In my case it happened when I was installing busy box. The problem is that your unit is stuck even before the USB gets power, so nothing will work. Your best solution is Ebay and get a used stereo. Save some dollars if you can find one with scratches as your original faceplate with LCD can be transferred on the ebay unit. Honda wanted $3300 CAD for the unit but I got one from eBay for $400. THello developers,
I seem to screwed up my radio (Head unit) while trying to install the apk files and or while trying to install Honda hack. My head unit is blank, only the reverse camera and right turn screen works. It won’t restart. I have the impression I might need to go to the dealer and have them re-program the radio/head unit. Any suggestions of does anyone has the OEM software and reinstall procedures by any chance?
An old fart trying hard to stay in the game
Nothing worked when I ended up with same situation( blank after boot Honda logo). In my case it happened when I was installing busy box. The problem is that your unit is stuck even before the USB gets power, so nothing will work. Your best solution is Ebay and get a used stereo. Save some dollars if you can find one with scratches as your original faceplate with LCD can be transferred on the ebay unit. Honda wanted $3300 CAD for the unit but I got one from eBay for $400. T
If you find a solution then let me know as well, I will fix the broken unit.
Does it still hold true that there is no way to fix this through the dealer?Nothing worked when I ended up with same situation( blank after boot Honda logo). In my case it happened when I was installing busy box. The problem is that your unit is stuck even before the USB gets power, so nothing will work. Your best solution is Ebay and get a used stereo. Save some dollars if you can find one with scratches as your original faceplate with LCD can be transferred on the ebay unit. Honda wanted $3300 CAD for the unit but I got one from eBay for $400. T
If you find a solution then let me know as well, I will fix the broken unit.
Any news with the root?So, I recognize this thread is quite old, but not so old that the life of my Pilot has come to an end. With luck some of the knowledgable folks from this thread's early days will see this and respond.
Several years back I found this thread and eventually used HondaHack as a convenient way to get the features it offered and install apps rather than having to go through the gyrations required manually. I knew enough that I'd rooted my head unit manually, but it seemed an easier way to go at the time. I purchased a CarlinKit unit so I could get wireless CarPlay and I was reasonably happy, but it wasn't particularly stable, so eventually I just gave up and went back to wired.
Recently I revived my interest in trying to get wireless CarPlay working and came to the conclusion that updating autokit.apk would need to be the first step toward stability, along with updating the firmware on the dongle itself. AutoKit has a built-in facility for checking its own version and the firmware of the dongle against the latest available and then updating either or both. Unfortunately, the new version of the APK requires additional permissions and I discovered that the "Install" button was greyed-out during the upgrade of the APK. The firmware on the dongle itself updated easily enough however.
I knew that HondaHack had a list of downloadable apps and that AutoKit was on it though. Sure enough, the version available to be downloaded through HondaHack was newer than the one I had, so I gave it a go. It installed just fine, but didn't bring the hoped-for stability. It was not even close to the latest available from the manufacturer though. So I set out on a mission to get the lastest version installed.
To that end, I tracked down this thread again, reread it all and downloaded the OneClickInstall package. It took a little effort to get my environment set up for both adb and aapt to be available (since they moved where aapt gets installed on my Mac) and in my path so the script could run semi-successfully. I did still get some errors along the way, but when I ran the commands in the script manually I was able to successfully pull the whitelist, update it with the signature and package name of the APK and push it back to the device (including copying it into place and using su to make the required changes actually work). I even verified that post-reboot the version of the whitelist in the system folder had the changes required.
But then I tried to use adb to install the APK. It slowly transferred the application and then tried to install it only to bomb out with an error of INSTALL_FAILED_INTERNAL_ERROR. So I tried putting the file on a USB stick and then installing it with the USB Installer... No dice, that wants permissions approval. OK, how about installing it with HondaHack from USB? Nope. The forced install tries to work but then fails with the same INSTALL_FAILED_INTERNAL_ERROR.
I'm at a bit of a loss as to what to try next. My understanding is that the original HondaHack developer hasn't really been answering folks based on comments in this thread. It seems unlikely that he's going to update the APK available for download through HondaHack, but maybe that's worth pursuing. I'm perfectly happy to just fix it myself manually, but I don't understand the failure here. Any advice on what to try next?
OneClickInstall.bat 192.168.1.200 waze.apk
Usage: ./OneClickInstall.sh ipaddress My.apk Example: ./OneClickInstall.sh 192.168.1.200 waze.apk Disconnecting other adb devices\n Connecting to 192.168.1.200\n connected to 192.168.1.200:5555 Checking for root... Rooted successfully! Already rooted! Okay, getting signature of Waze.apk Signature: 30820314308202d2a003020102020449806de1300b06072a86 48ce3804030500306c310f300d060355040613064973726165 6c310f300d0603550408130649737261656c3110300e060355 040713075261616e616e61310d300b060355040a130457617a 65310d300b060355040b130457617a65311830160603550403 130f416c657820416772616e6f766963683020170d30393031 32383134333832355a180f3230363331313031313433383235 5a306c310f300d0603550406130649737261656c310f300d06 03550408130649737261656c3110300e060355040713075261 616e616e61310d300b060355040a130457617a65310d300b06 0355040b130457617a65311830160603550403130f416c6578 20416772616e6f76696368308201b83082012c06072a8648ce 3804013082011f02818100fd7f53811d75122952df4a9c2eec e4e7f611b7523cef4400c31e3f80b6512669455d402251fb59 3d8d58fabfc5f5ba30f6cb9b556cd7813b801d346ff26660b7 6b9950a5a49f9fe8047b1022c24fbba9d7feb7c61bf83b57e7 c6a8a6150f04fb83f6d3c51ec3023554135a169132f675f3ae 2b61d72aeff22203199dd14801c70215009760508f15230bcc b292b982a2eb840bf0581cf502818100f7e1a085d69b3ddecb bcab5c36b857b97994afbbfa3aea82f9574c0b3d0782675159 578ebad4594fe67107108180b449167123e84c281613b7cf09 328cc8a6e13c167a8b547c8d28e0a3ae1e2bb3a675916ea37f 0bfa213562f1fb627a01243bcca4f1bea8519089a883dfe15a e59f06928b665e807b552564014c3bfecf492a038185000281 8100ce11f6d402adf4a6aceaf6fe81219ed28299e37ffdca84 6241e7d21e5bf35c8938ee20ce6ade9907c38f12556d574135 ebb36a567c7cb001d75d3952bcca616f4ad232563e407706c9 5bc47f2ed115052d5389eb84799956e5aa4481be2312d347c6 20029b2b8903b5553849111da92372cd50e2f9a7c156d5d10f 3d83bbaf03300b06072a8648ce3804030500032f00302c0214 46d982e8f1ea835d06f44934bf60241e5f8be5c402147d372a f681491f354f34c4ab1a6f30475e69767e Getting package information Package name: com.waze Retrieving current whitelist... Preparing replacement whitelist Okay - all set to replace the whitelist. Below are the final steps: 1. Backup existing whitelist to /data/local/tmp/ 2. Upload whitelist to head unit 3. Reboot head unit 4. Install APK normally Please review the below items carefully - if anything doesn't look right, ABORT NOW!\n Root status: rooted APK signature obtained Have package name: com.waze Original whitelist.xml size seems okay Package name is present in new whitelist Would you like to proceed? (y/n):
Backing up whitelist to /data/local/tmp/whitelist-13-12-2016--21-03-02.xml Uploading whitelist 106 KB/s (35666 bytes in 0.328s) Rebooting head unit Press enter when head unit has rebooted and is connected to WiFi
Issuing APK installation command - this may take a while depending on APK size connected to 192.168.1.208:5555 252 KB/s (49700115 bytes in 191.852s) pkg: /data/local/tmp/Waze.apk Success! All done - hope you enjoy!
<application> <property> <name>TestApp</name> <package>com.purespin.testapp</package> <versionCode>1-999999999</versionCode> <keyStoreLists> <keyStore>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</keyStore> </keyStoreLists> </property> <controlData> <withAudio>without</withAudio> <audioStreamType>null</audioStreamType> <regulation>null</regulation> <revert>no</revert> </controlData> </application>
java -jar GetAndroidSig.jar abc.apk