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Pioneer Confirms 16 Additional Android Smartphones for AppRadio



Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc. continues to enhance the in-vehicle smartphone experience by announcing that 16 more Android-based smartphones are compatible with AppRadio Mode in-dash receivers, including highly popular models from Samsung, HTC, Motorola and Sony. Compatibility with current and newly added Android smartphone devices enables the use and enjoyment of dozens of today’s most popular apps directly from the screen of AppRadio Mode products, including AppRadio 3 (SPH-DA210 and SPH-DA110) and AppRadio 2 smartphone receivers, AVH-X8500BHS DVD receiver, and AVIC-X950BH and AVIC-Z150BH navigation receivers.


Connecting the newly compatible smartphones requires Pioneer’s CD-AH200C Android Connection Kit (sold separately). The original Samsung Connector (EPL-3FHUBEGSTD) is also required for the Samsung Galaxy Note II, Galaxy S3 and Galaxy S4 in addition to the Android Connection Kit.


Below are the latest compatible smartphones, with green indicating the newly announced device models and black showing previously confirmed models that are now compatible with the updated Android operating systems. More than 40 Android devices are compatible with AppRadio Mode receivers. For more information and a complete list of compatible smartphone models, please visit www.pioneerelectronics.com/android




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i have app-radio 3 using pioneer da-210 concocted to my galaxy s4 thru hdmi cable my galaxy s4 is rooted and no pioneer app radio app in my galaxy s4 or car key board installed 

for some how i cant mirror link may galaxy phone 

every time i start AR liberator app it well connect for 3to 4 second then it well drop the connection 

i can see my phone screen in my unit but i cannot do the mirror link 

EVERY THING WORKING FINE Except the mirror ink 

pleas help

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is it only me or i've got some issues with android 4.3...
i found a solution, but affraid of android versions ...
is there any info about that android version compatibility ?
does that list mean we can't update android ???


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