I'm not trying to sell you anything and particulary not trying to sell you a particular unit. I am attempting to assist you.Yup I completely understand that and of course, I’ll be patient in finding the answer.
Yes, to me the dash does look symmetrical. But I’m saying that, Navifly had a clear response saying it won’t fit. They even supplied a screen shot. See image attached.
In saying that, I did find a video online of a “Chinese” android unit being installed in a RHD and the fascia looks exactly the same.
I think the other reason I’d prefer the Teyes CC3 is not just the fascia issue but because I much prefer the UI design and features. I know I could use a launcher but I actually really like the Teyes design.
I’m currently asking Teyes some presale questions in their Teyes Australia post.
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If you have a particular choice in software, that is great. I am trying to remove the issue of the fascia.
You said you understood but then again referred to the response from Navifly stating it wouldn't fit.
Use logic. If something is symmetrical how can it not fit? Occam's razor tells us that maybe Navifly respond generically with the response they did when people ask the question you did.
Please don't take this as rude because it is not meant to be in any way. But if you are not seeing the logic I am attempting to express to you, then I feel you really will struggle in trying to make a head unit like this work. I suggest you don't buy one and go for a name brand Sony, Kenwood or whatever.