Winlink/Ownice Android head unit - 4.4.2

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Pajero2010

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Hi All,

Wondering if someone can help me.

We have an Android head unit installed in our pajero, purchased in about june 2015, its one of the generic units that was sold on ebay at the time.

Pretty sure it was running Android 4.1.

All of a sudden it has stopped working. It powers on and the "Mitsubishi" symbol comes up and flashes, but that's all it does, will not go any further and boot up. Reverse camera still functions.

Is there a simple way i can reload the system hardware back on it or give it an update in the hope it will come good?
 

dmandn

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Hi All,

Wondering if someone can help me.

We have an Android head unit installed in our pajero, purchased in about june 2015, its one of the generic units that was sold on ebay at the time.

Pretty sure it was running Android 4.1.

All of a sudden it has stopped working. It powers on and the "Mitsubishi" symbol comes up and flashes, but that's all it does, will not go any further and boot up. Reverse camera still functions.

Is there a simple way i can reload the system hardware back on it or give it an update in the hope it will come good?

Try a factory reset. Turn the device off, then hold the power button for 15 seconds. Please note, this will wipe partitions and restore factory state.
 

mdrodge

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Did anyone ever get full fat TWRP going on this.
I'd really like to make a complete system image.
(Or any other way i can make an image)
Titanium backup is ok but a image i could pop on to the recovery sd card would be awesome.

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I have two of these c200 and both started deleting my music files from the flash drive or sd card.

Has anyone else dealt with this?

I tried removing and disabling all but the essential programs.

There are even gone wen I view the drive from a PC....

Bill

Are you sure it isn't a fake drive?
I've seen a few that sell small drive's that pretend to be larger than they are and just lose files.
 

dmandn

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Well..... my unit is now over 4 years old, and now I am starting to see hardware failures. The bluetooth for handsfree is failing and causing soft freezes and restarts when attempting to use bluetooth calling, but most of the time just fails to hold or even connect to phone now.
My unit was a pre-production testing unit and screen and buttons still all work correctly, it still gets a random restart on a rare occasion but is almost useless to me without bluetooth handsfree.
...Guess I have had a fair run with it hardware wise versus what I see from many online of various brands.

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Well..... my unit is now over 4 years old, and now I am starting to see hardware failures. The bluetooth for handsfree is failing and causing soft freezes and restarts when attempting to use bluetooth calling, but most of the time just fails to hold or even connect to phone now.
My unit was a pre-production testing unit and screen and buttons still all work correctly, it still gets a random restart on a rare occasion but is almost useless to me without bluetooth handsfree.
...Guess I have had a fair run with it hardware wise versus what I see from many online of various brands.
 

Vladimir2k9

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Unbrick builds with visual changes from 4PDA forum and user demonazzer
Ownice folder
based on latest official update 03.12
All apps for 1024X600 and some universal

also added:
- root with latest SuperSU
- new GAPPS
- updated tzdata, gps.conf and /etc/host
- Chrome changed to Mint browser
- some preinstalled apps
- something else
 
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mdrodge

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I can't get this to work.

Unbrick builds with visual changes from 4PDA forum and user demonazzer
Ownice folder
based on latest official update 03.12
All apps for 1024X600 and some universal

also added:
- root with latest SuperSU
- new GAPPS
- updated tzdata, gps.conf and /etc/host
- Chrome changed to Mint browser
- some preinstalled apps
- something else

I've tried building the unbrick disk with the img using the tool but this corrupts.
I've also tried building the disk with the standard img then replacing the .Img once completed.

How do we get this to work?
 

Vladimir2k9

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How do we get this to work?

Full instruction on 4pda forum

This is only for new devices with latest update:
1. Download from mega folder UnBrick_20150723_r3.rar
2. Make unbrick microsd flash card via "USB Image Tool"
3. change sdupdate.img on sdcard
4. insert sd card in map slot in head unit and reboot
5. wait until ended and then reboot again
6. wait for booting, more then 5-10 minutes

If don't know what you do, please stop. It can brick your device.
 
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mdrodge

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So not for version B?

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I see the problem now. My old unbrick disk is based on the version B unbrick so I can't just swap the .img.

I'm going to try it anyway (probably going to brick it ;) )
 

Vladimir2k9

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I found some issues:
- RDS reboots head unit, helped to disable it
- in black theme some function uses wrong color and unreadeble
- for some apps broken loyout and text in wrong position

other things work fine, more functionality and look like better and pretty
 

kgm316

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Working well on version B
It looks good.
I like the changes (in my very limited amount of testing)

Hi so you were able to install this on for revision B, from January 28 to April 30, 2015

Doing this and not any problem ?


This is only for new devices with latest update:
1. Download from mega folder UnBrick_20150723_r3.rar
2. Make unbrick microsd flash card via "USB Image Tool"
3. change sdupdate.img on sdcard
4. insert sd card in map slot in head unit and reboot
5. wait until ended and then reboot again
6. wait for booting, more then 5-10 minutes

If don't know what you do, please stop. It can brick your device.
 

mdrodge

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Yes my unit was February 2015 version b.
I already have up to date MCU update (one of the moded ones with Lower frequency support)
Also I was on quite a recent stock 5.1 ROM.

So all I did was follow the instructions.
 
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mdrodge

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Hey guys if the MCU stuffed up is there anything that can be done to bring it back?

does it show any signs of life at all?

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Update still running well enough on version b.
sometimes i get the little black pop up when its booting that says "Android optimizing apps 1 of 159"
it takes a while to do all 159 (15 minutes)
it did it sometimes before this update but its more frequent now.
(I might need a capacitor to help with dips in voltage.)
 

Vladimir2k9

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does it show any signs of life at all?

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Update still running well enough on version b.
sometimes i get the little black pop up when its booting that says "Android optimizing apps 1 of 159"
it takes a while to do all 159 (15 minutes)
it did it sometimes before this update but its more frequent now.
(I might need a capacitor to help with dips in voltage.)

Last week made new build based on C180 with latest apps and google apps. All in Ownice folder
I use my build from may and never got long optimization at boot.
I think it happens when not correctly shutdown or reboot.
 
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mdrodge

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Yes. I wondered if that is what is going on.
This is why I need a capacitor.
But still it does it more with this rom than before.

I just wanted to share my experience using this ROM on a Version B. There don't seem to be very many version B owners active anymore.

I would still definitely recommend this update.
It is a nice visual improvement and some useful features.

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Also version b was always very bad for not shutting down properly.
It used to random reboot under early roms (once every few minutes in the early days)
Also it would randomly lose all installed apps.

This was a long time ago now and the whole seen has moved quite far.
The version A was ever worse (I wouldn't be surprised if most of them have stopped working by now)
 

kgm316

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does it show any signs of life at all?

---------- Post added at 11:49 PM ---------- Previous post was at 11:42 PM ----------

Update still running well enough on version b.
sometimes i get the little black pop up when its booting that says "Android optimizing apps 1 of 159"
it takes a while to do all 159 (15 minutes)
it did it sometimes before this update but its more frequent now.
(I might need a capacitor to help with dips in voltage.)
No just black screen, I'm going to try open it up and search for the mcu chip. Hopefully it can be done
 

nic2k

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Oh they finally put out those units :p They were announcing them for months.

Personally I'd pick the K6 with the Intel Airmont CPU who needs a laggy antiquated Allwinner T7. I'm not sure about the use of the 4G SIM as it's caused issues in the past but maybe it'll be better on Intel platform.

The panoramic view seems neat but really it's only gadgetty when you're driving in traffic would you rather keep your eyes up or look down at a screen before making a move. That's just the poor man's version of the radar system and like I said it's running on a Allwinner 32 bit CPU.

Just my thoughts ;)
 

Silvius.78

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Help Software update

Hi everyone,
I have an Ownice C200 (SN: 666602115128017 then version B).

unfortunately a few days ago I flashed the ROM with a wrong version ...... I don't remember well why I tested so many ... -.- "
after having added "ubrick" and reported to the 20151217 version .... the system is working but with the following differences:
- memory repartitioning with a single partition of about 12Gb (excellent).
- Moes not store the association "steering wheel buttons"...that is, during the setup of the keys it reads the values of the resistors and associates them, but even if I save the configuration by exiting and re-entering the SWB setup page, it does not include any memorized key.
- The nav key does not store the associated navigation app (iGO).

Is this situation normal with unified memory partitions? can you fix it by reloading the initial ROM? unfortunately I can't find other working versions for version B..

Tankyou
 

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    Guys, I've done quite a bit of work on the Ownice Headunit. I've owned it for a while now, and I would love to share all my solutions and hard work to you guys in another thread. I have spoken with SWEUP, and he agreed that I should take over by creating a new thread where the original post has all the necessary information on:

    • Download Links
    • Rooting
    • Bluetooth Issues
    • TWRP
    • Canbus
    • Upgrading Tips
    • More

    Please thank this post if you agree, and I will start a comprehensive video diary and share with you guys in a new OWNICE head unit thread.
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    Full review

    As promised, here is my full review of my Ownice C200 unit ;)

    Ordered end '14, I received it in the beginning of January '15.
    This is a specific VW version, but hardware/software is the same for all versions.
    It replaces a genuine VW RCD310 (CD/radio with MP3 support) in a 2007 VW Golf 5 Carat

    About me :
    Android user of a Sony Z1 compact under Android 4.4.2, I’m VERY attached to the global user experience : I want a tool making the job without having to be concentrated on the screen while driving.


    ==============
    == HARDWARE ==
    ==============


    == PACKAGING ==
    The parcel is well made, and the unit is correctly protected against shocks.
    A user manual in color is provided, in English. To me, this is the kind of detail that makes the difference between “lowcost” Chinese items, and high end units.

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    == GENERAL ==
    Everything needed is provided in the box.
    - 2 USB cables
    - radio antenna adapter, with amplifier
    - GPS antenna with a lot of cable
    - all input/output are available in RCA female connectors
    - Dual CANBUS decoder is provided (in interact with the VW car electronics)

    Plugs are plug&play in VW cars. Installation process is very simple.
    No wire to cut/weld, mapping or stuff like that : you have ONE plug !
    USB cables are 50cm long (aproximatively), and ends in the glove box.

    Unit is passive : meaning no fan, no noise, no dust accumulation inside the unit.

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    == AMPLIFIER ==
    Very good… and surprisingly far better than the genuine RCD310. I discovered the 10 speakers Hi-Fi option in my car has a good rendering.
    The sound is clear and crisp and well balanced. Never had to deal with the equalizer as the result is good out of the box.
    Output power is hudge. I don’t even went at 50% and it was already too loud.

    If you have an external amplifier, output RCA lines are available at the back.


    == RADIO ==
    The radio antenna adapter has only ONE fakra connector, whereas my car provides TWO Fakra antennas for better reception (as the car has two different kind of antennas). It would be better to provide a DUAL Fakra connector with amplifier for VW cars.
    But anymay, we can easily find such converter on AliExpress (cost = 15$)

    The unit has a good quality Philips Radio chip, so the result is very good.
    Sound is very clear and precise , far better than the genuine RCD310 unit.
    Radio reception is quite average, especially under a bridge, or between al lot of buildings (but I think due to the antenna limitation as I still have the single antenna connector)
    RDS is supported (more on that in the Software aspect)

    Small issue : when I play NO sound at all, if I push the volume at high level and I listen carefully, I can hear the radio… (perhaps an current issue on the amplifier).


    == GPS ==
    GPS antenna has a proprietary connector (based on a PS/2 plug). In fact the unit has NO GPS chip : the chip is integrated inside the “antenna”.
    Good point : you can easily switch the GPS reception unit with a model having GLONASS support (available in the Ownice store)
    Bad point : cannot reuse original car antenna (as it’s a real antenna)

    Reception is pretty good. Fix is quick and precise, even in “busy” sky (buildings, trees, etc.)
    I got the “GPS lag issue” after an update (GPS position is 7s late...), but it seems solved after the early February firmware update.
    GPS lag is now under 1s, which is acceptable and cause no problem when using it.


    == BLUETOOTH ==
    I don’t use a lot the Bluetooth option, but I made some tests and it does the Job.
    The Bluetooth ship included only support voice/calls/music, so you can’t share your smartphone connection or send files through BT.

    The first link is a bit tricky (the unit cannot authenticate with the smartphone), but once its done it works.

    With my Android Sony Z1compact (4.4.4), the unit does not display the track name when playing : I can only access some basic functions, such as previous, next, start/stop.
    Calls are well handled, and the integrated microphone (actually, I think there are two of them, one on each side of the unit as there are two holes) makes the job, even with a lot of noise around (driving at high speed on a noisy road under the rain).


    == WIFI ==
    Working. Speed rates are not very high, but we don’t care on such unit.
    Reception is quite poor, especially once mounted in the car. If your Internet Wifi router is far from the parking area, you may have issues to connect and download/made the updates. It has about the same Wifi range as my smartphone.
    You can use collaborative networks (as FON, in france most Internet providers have their own collaborative networks, so you can connect to ANY internet box in the country… very usefull as you can use the Internet connexion where you are parked)

    Wifi tethering works very well from the smartphone. Connexion is stable.


    == DVR ==
    DVR is supported, but ONLY specific standalone models.
    This means the recording is made on the DVR camera itself (so the DVR camera need its own SD card), NOT on the Ownice unit.
    USB DVRs are NOT supported, and seems to make the unit freeze.

    So what is the DVR support ?
    The opportunity to display on the screen the video signal from the DVR, thanks to a composite NTSC entry at the back of the unit.


    == FACE ==
    Unit manufacturing quality is pretty good.
    Overall feeling is at the same level as a Genuine VW car radio unit (which is a compliment).
    Integration is just perfect :
    - buttons have the same look as VW unit
    - backlight has the same red color (can switch to green or blue)
    - sizing and shape fits perfectly on VW dashboard (same for Seat/Skoda models)

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    SD readers are hidden under fake buttons. This is better looking, and prevent the card readers from dust
    I tried 32Go SDHC cards : works perfectly.


    == SCREEN ==
    8”, I took the 1024x600 option to get a better compatibility with apps from the Google Play Store, and have a good display.

    Screen quality is very good : good colors and viewing angles.
    No reflection issue in my car, even with a bright sun outside.
    The screen switch automatically in night mode (low backlight) when switching the lights on. Unfortunately, the backlight power can not be adjusted for each mode (night/day), and I think the backlight is still too stiff in night mode.
    (apps on the Play Store allows to dimm the screen)

    Sensitivity is perfect, support multitouch without any issue.
    Even when it’s cold (tried it a -10°C)



    ==============
    == SOFTWARE ==
    ==============


    == BOOT ==
    The unit boots in a bit less than 30s (including mounting the SD cards).
    The boot splash screen animation is a bit aggressive, especially at night (it blinks with a white flash!).
    Ownice should give us the opportunity to customize it.

    When taking the key out of the car, the unit screen turns off, while the unit will really turn off after 2 minutes.
    This gives the opportunity to have a “warm boot” if you come back to the car within 2 minutes (instant boot).
    Unfortunately this 2 min countdown is not adjustable


    == OVERALL STABILITY ==
    Average at first sight, very poor after the second firmware update, it now seems good after april update.
    I had no reboot or auto stop/start this morning.

    I still have a strange behavior when listening to the radio : the screen and the buttons switch sometimes between night/day mode. I makes this 2 or 3 times at 1 second interval… strange…
    Radio app sometimes crashes with RDS update.


    == LAUNCHER ==
    Very simple, basically 4.4.2 with some special widgets for the car (instant speed and orientation, current music being played, date/calendar).
    All native apps comes with specific icons, very “iPhone” like, not kitch. This is coherent, but looks a bit strange once you add a lot of third party apps from the store.
    Anyway : I can easily identify an app thanks to its color/shape, and open it without having to be concentrated on the screen. So It does the job.
    Action buttons (back, menu, home) are not displayed as they are included on the hardware side.

    Always fluid and smooth, I didn’t noticed any lag.


    == APPS ==
    The unit is provided with various apps for the main functions : DVR, Radio, AuxIn, VideoIn, MusicPlayer, VideoPlayer, Boussole, ScreenshotTool, TaskManager, Bluetooth, CD Player, DVD Player, etc.
    You have also an iGo navigation software on the provided 8Gb SD card, with full Europe map (in my case, I guess it depends on your country).

    You have access to the full Android Play Store, and install other apps from the SD card or USB stick.
    For an unknown reason, some apps on the Android play store cannot be installed as they are flagged as “incompatible” with the Ownice C200 unit. Anyway, you just have to download the .APK from a computer, put the file on a USB stick, and install on the unit : works well for Waze and Here maps for instance.


    == AUDIO MANAGEMENT ==
    Interesting point, needing some explanation :

    All the provided audio apps are linked together : If you are listening to an audio CD, and press the Radio key, the Radio app will start (and start the radio), and at the same time the CD app will stop playing.
    It works for all apps providing audio output

    Moreover, you can specify manually from the Settings interface which apps are GPS apps, and adjust the mixing audio levels.
    The result : you are listeing to the radio in background, and have a GPS app running on foreground (ex: Waze). Suddenly, Waze displays an alert. The radio audio level will dim, while the GPS audio instruction is played through the speakers, and then come back to its previous level.

    == BLUETOOTH ==
    The bluetooth app is simple & functionnal, but kitch...

    The contact tab has some limitations : the names & firstnames are merged. This means Mr Thomas DUPONT appears as ThomasDUPONT.
    So I can't search for DUPONT... I can search only from Th... and so on.
    If a contact has several phone numbers, the contact appears duplicated : one line for each number.

    Enhancements are welcome on this app


    == RADIO ==
    Here comes the “issues”.
    The Radio app has a frequency based management.
    This means current station is considered as a frequency as well as favorites … whereas for ME, a station is represented by its name (I don’t care about its frequency, especially when I’m travelling all day).
    The user experience would be FAAAAR better with a full RDS support, as HuiFei radio app do. This is sad as the hardware is making the job, but as the Ownice team is hard working on the unit (many thanks to them by the way), I dream this will be improved in the future ;)

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    Hopefully, the app is being rewritten with native RDS support :)

    == CD PLAYER ==
    Very basic. Can play an Audio CD without issue, but the interface is minimalist.
    MP3 CDs are not well handled : you cannot navigate in the folder structure, so you can only play the MP3 files in the first folder.
    But anyway, when you have such a powerfull unit, it’s not to listen to MP3 CDs :D

    For information : it is NOT possible to rip a CD into MP3/WMA/OGG/FLAC/WhatYouWant from the unit. The CD/DVD is for reading/listening only, not for ripping.


    == MUSIC PLAYER ==
    It does the Job. IDTags are well recognized, as well as CD covers integrated in the tag (through iTunes for example)
    Supports MP3, M4A, FLAC, OGG, WMA files.
    It can do all you expect from a Music Player : browse the library by artist, album, track, search with the keywords you want, play in random/repeat, scroll in a music being played.
    No issue while browsing a big library (several thousand of files, 28Gb) : instant response, scroll is fluid.

    Issue : the rendering is made for 800x480 screen size, but NOT the optional 1024x600. The result is :
    - ridiculously small fonts used, text areas are difficult to read
    - virtual buttons are very small
    - everything is crushed on the top-left corner, with a lot of space lost on the screen
    Ownice team should fix that.

    Second issue : If I listen to a specific album, and stop my car for a while, when I come back (cold restart), the music app does not resume.
    Worse, when I start the music app, I come back on the main page with all artists, and I have to browse back to the album I was listening to if I want to select another track. Not very convenient.

    Anyway, I use Rocket Player as basic music app : beautiful interface, fast, smooth.
    And Google Music / Deezer / Spotify depending on my subscription.


    == GPS ==
    I only tried the iGo app for 5 minutes, so I can’t make a real feedback about this app.
    Anyway, Waze works very well, as well as Nokia Here and Google Maps.
    Display is just perfect. On waze, items have the right size : not too big, not too small.

    You can select the default GPS app in the General Settings (it defines the quick access hardware button on the left side of the CD player).

    The Nokia Here app is working well, and the "car navigation" mode is perfect for the unit.
    Unfortunately, the settings tab is not working (nothing is displayed on the screen), so it's impossible to change the target repository to store the maps & voices.


    == CANBUS (car interaction) ==
    My unit has a dual Canbus decoder. This specific small box connected on the wire behind the unit acts as a "Proxy" to interract with the car information bus.

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    I have this perfectly working :
    - on door opening, a popup appears on the screen, showing the car with the right door opened.
    - there is a "VW car info" app, displaying usefull infos about the car : hand brake status, cleaning fluid status, battery voltage, seatbelt status, etc.
    - steering wheel controls acts on the unit

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    I don't have (as my car is too old), but should work on a more recent VW car :
    - climate controls : while using the climate control, a popup appears showing the vent status
    - parking sensors display on reverse

    I have, but does not work well :
    - Ownice C200 information on the onboard computer, in front of the steering wheel.
    Most of the time I have nothing on the onboard computer : no AUDIO entry.
    I only managed to get it work on the Radio app, and in this case I get only the frequency and the favourite number in the dashboard... so sadly not the station RDS name.
    And nothing while using the Music player...
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    =============
    == OVERALL ==
    =============


    Well... the unit is almost perfect on the hardware side. I don't see many things to improve, except the dual antenna connector with amplifier.

    The software and suffers from being all new.
    But the Ownice team is involved in improving the situation, and new firmwares comes frequently.
    (by the way : HAPPY NEW CHINESE YEAR !!!! :) )

    I do not regret this purchase, and could not come back to the genuine VW unit.
    I only wish the issues and bugs I am currently facing will be fixed in the near future.


    PS : I will update this post in the future, and put more screenshots to illustrate the post.
    PS : updated Aug 2015 to reflect the last updates
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    Found the passworded APK! Root confirmed! King root 4.5.0 did it!

    Stock APKs
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5Xemy3rL_uZQ2UwNkFHeEpMcDQ/view?usp=sharing

    Going to dump partitions and upload as well.

    And it has begun!
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    Team Win Recovery Project *TWRP* C200 2.8.7.0 by AbduL

    What can this do:
    Make full backups and restore backups
    Install custom roms and kernels
    Install .zip and .img files
    Wipe, Terminal Command, and more

    Install:
    1. Make sure your rooted
    2. Install Flashify from the play store
    3. In Flashify select "backup/restore" then select "Backup current recovery" then exit app
    4. Make a backup of those files and save them to an external sdcard. *Location: internal_sd\Android\data\com.cgollner.flashify\files\flashify-backup*
    5. Open Flashify, select *flash* then select *Recovery image* > Choose a file >FIle explorer, then browse to the file you downloaded below *TWRP_C200.img* confirm the correct file and select *YUP!*
    6. In the main flashify window select the *3 dots* on the far right, select *Reboot recovery*
    7. To exit recovery select *reboot* then *system*

    Downloads:
    http://1drv.ms/1Lki92p

    How to get into TWRP from power off:
    1. Hold the power button in till the screen turns black *about 10 seconds* then release the power button.
    2. If the screen is still black after a few seconds then tap the power button once or twice.

    Q&A
    Q. Can I install the stock rom with TWRP
    A. No, but it can be installed once it is made into a custom image

    Q. What are other ways to get into recovery
    A. Type "reboot recovery" from any terminal app

    Credits:
    AbduL for making this all happen
    Andy.51 for being a great help
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    Radio App Update

    OK, herewith my near-final plan for a skin for the radio app. This is an actual android layout now, so it's pretty much what it will look like.

    Next step is to speak to Ownice to get a copy of the source for the radio app, or to just hand off the design to them to incorporate. I'd ideally like to start rolling this out to the other standard media apps too - starting with the Bluetooth app - thats pretty ugly right now.

    Just to give you all an update on this - I am still working on it. I've had some help from the developers, but have been battling to get an emulated environment setup as I don't have debug access to the head unit yet. I've built a full Android development tree from the Open Source from Google, and have now built emulation code for all the required Ownice custom hardware, so I can now run the head units existing Radio app on my PC using an android emulator, and get all the debug info I need. Next step is to actually build the new radio app. Watch this space!
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