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So my AVH-W4400NEX started bootlooping and I used the excellent post by @HondaR to get it back up and running (replaced the internal SD card). Along the way I saw that you can pay money to add backup camera lines and navigation by using the AVH2AVIC Image or SD Card ($50 or $65 available by contacting @asd255 or buying an SD card on eBay and waiting a month https://www.ebay.com/itm/114825169620). In researching around, it looks like @slackwaredragon might have figured a way to modify the image so that it looks like a W8500NEX (based on this post ). Has anybody made that modification wit
Introduction WhatIsBypass, AdamOutler and myself present The AVIC Development Mod We have eliminated the barriers to development on all AVIC units including Android Auto. You can now create your own ROM on an SDCard and boot directly into it. We've broken all the security and obfuscations, and we've delivered it to you in a nice, easy-to-use web user interface. This has essentially turned the Pioneer line of units into Nexus devices, that boot off SD Cards. We now have the ability to change the NEX BSP Settings which allow us to unlock the SD Card and change the boot settings that are in th
Introduction Following The AVIC Development Mod, we would like to introduce a new Debug menu that was discovered by examining the Av.apk. This mode seems to be one of the developer menus that Pioneer themselves used to develop the software. It seems to be compatible with all decks that The AVIC Development Mod is compatible with. This menu includes but is not limited to: USB OTG Switching (We have yet to see this truly working) Boot Mode Changes (No need for bsp flashing) Stock Android Developer Settings Menu Sensor Debugging Logcat Log Levels Component Logging Creating the WARP Snap
Introduction With the Introduction of the AVIC Development Mod (http://avic411.com/index.php?/topic/81468-the-avic-development-mod/). We would like to encourage you to backup your AVIC Internal SD Card and its NOR Flash. Lets also keep all backup links and discussion here NEVER ENTER COPY DEVICE MODE, YOU WILL BRICK YOUR DEVICE! The following will show you how to do that: 1. Backup your current BSP and Nor Flash. A. Download the attached NORFlashBackup.zip B. Extract the contents to a FAT32 or NTFS USB Stick. C. Insert the USB Stick to USB Port 1 on the device. D. Follow