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May 4, 2019
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Honestly I wouldn't bother with a phone holder, but use Android Auto/Apple Carplay instead (if your car can do it!). Arguably easier to use while driving, no need to sort out Bluetooth either. If you aren't a fan of Android Auto as it is now, it's redesign is being released sometime this summer. (didn't want to embed it as it's not totally relevant, but link to a vid about it here: https://youtu.be/ --kask8JYeg)
Is there anyway to connect to Android auto wirelessly without using USB cable?!
 

vc-10

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Mar 29, 2016
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I believe there are some USB dongle things, but personally I can't see the point. The phone will just run down the battery, so keeping it plugged in is best IMO!
 
May 4, 2019
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I believe there are some USB dongle things, but personally I can't see the point. The phone will just run down the battery, so keeping it plugged in is best IMO!
The aim to connect wireless so you can keep your phone in your pocket without forgetting it in car.
I forget my phone several times and I had to get back to my car and this sometimes annoying))
If you have a link for that kind of dongles I would be grateful.
 

williamxb

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Mar 11, 2019
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The aim to connect wireless so you can keep your phone in your pocket without forgetting it in car.
If you're particularly techie there is a way to do it - however as the wireless is not built into the car you will need a second phone, and it will have to be something recent (I'd go for a 1st gen Pixel/OnePlus 3 kind of thing)

Essentially the second phone will act as the 'slave' - much like the wireless android auto hardware in head units with that capability will have. Here's an XDA article on it and the app they used (also on XDA). Bear in mind it's going to be quite taxing on the phone, so you might want to have it on charge either way - in which case you might as well just plug it straight into the car! I don't see any good use cases unless your car has wireless charging. Quick note, you will need a phone running Android 9.0+ or this will not work at all.

Here's a video posted a couple months ago showing AA working wirelessly with a Kenwood head unit:


Overall it seems like a lot of faff for something that isn't really hugely beneficial - I'd absolutely go for it if you enjoy projects like this though :)
 

tak-fr

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Dec 3, 2017
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Has anyone managed to replace standard reverse light bulb to a LED bulb?


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Jakki

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Sep 4, 2018
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Has nobody added wind deflectors? I have them but the back seems to drop over time and shows the glue... then will fall out if the rear window is opened
 
May 4, 2019
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Has nobody added wind deflectors? I have them but the back seems to drop over time and shows the glue... then will fall out if the rear window is opened
I remember I saw a wind deflectors which need to be locked inside window frame with no glue ...it was really nice ...I will try yo search them up and post the link.
 
May 4, 2019
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Lowered the car on h&r spring for 35mm
Changed the wheels ti OZ Superturismo LM
Blacked out rear brake lights
Blacked out front and rear badges as well as front chrome around the grill
Replaced stock air filter with k&n performance filter
Painted brake calippers red


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Are they 18" wheels?!
What type of offset and ET?!
 
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