That's not needed. I don't see any error from my module, which indicates that either the bluetooth package was renamed by samsung, or that something else entirely is going on. I'll try to remember to repackage a new version with excess logging for you tonight to help diagnose the issue.
(I should warn you, however, that I'm married with kids, etc - so I might not get a chance to do it until the weekend.)
S3? Galaxy S3? Which version of android? (My wife had a SGS3 running the original ICS firmware and it worked perfectly for her without any mods needed.)
Your Jeep's 430 has contact pics? Now I'm really confused... This is the uconnect 430 head unit, right? I wasn't aware of ANY on-screen contact pics or even on-screen phone book for this head unit. In fact, it's always annoyed me that my wife's head unit didn't DISPLAY the phonebook, but could only be interacted with verbally...
Also, assuming it's the same uconnect 430 that I'm thinking of, if the phonebook itself isn't downloading properly to the radio (as you seem to describe) then this SMS MAP module can't work.... Even if this module sends the proper originator phone number for an SMS message, if there isn't a matching phone book entry already in the radio, then it'll always announce an unknown sender.
So, I guess we should take a couple steps backwards and re-assess the problem. First, I need to know if your phone book is even properly downloading into the radio head unit. Without that, SMS messages will always be announced as unknown (and this xposed module can't fix that.)
I didn't even know there was a newer or older one. My wife has a 2013 Chrysler MommyMobile (town and country) with the uconnect 430 (garmin nav.)
Just so I know that we're talking about the same thing... let me know if pairing the phone is similar to what I describe: There's ZERO visual interface to this procedure and it's all done via voice commands. Even the pairing PIN number must be said verbally. It identifies each of your phones with a voice tag (which is just a recording of you identifying the phone.) Does that sound right?
In fact, here's a webpage for the system my wife has: http://www.driveuconnect.com/system/.../touch430nrhb/
That page has a video on the 'phone' tab that shows the pairing stuff.
I don't think it's a contact photo, but always a jeep/dodge/chrysler logo.
@thuddome, I've uploaded a version 1.0.debug of the module to the xposed repo. It's flagged as "Experimental" (because it can spam the xposed log.) To get it, go into the xposed installer, tap on "download", find "BTSMSMapFix" and tap it...swipe from right to left a couple times until you see the "settings" page, and change that to "experimental".
You should then be able to download the updated 1.0.debug version. After ensuring that it's selected, reboot so it takes effect, and then try again with your head unit.
Here are some key things to look for in the xposed log:
BTSmsMapFix successfully hooked setVCardFromPhoneNumber -- this means that the hook took place. If you don't see this line, it means that Samsung renamed the package from the standard "com.android.bluetooth" (which wouldn't surprise me.)
BTSmsMapFix set originator phone number to XXXXX -- You should see this after getting an incoming SMS message while your phone is connected to your head unit. "XXXXX" should be replaced with a phone number that starts "+1" (Assuming your in the US), and then 10 more digits. (If you post your log, please leave the +1 in there, but remove the rest of the phone number.)
BTSmsMapFix reverting to original code with incoming set to (true|false) -- You might see these, but hopefully not when you get a new incoming SMS.
|Thread Tools||Search this Thread|