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  1. I have an Avic 7200nex. I bought it the end of July and had Best Buy install it. Everything was great. I changed my home screen and the background to custom images. Today, the background image didn't appear. If I go into settings it looks like the image is there and it has been the choice selected, but it no longer appears.
  2. I know you can change the startup screen, but has anyone figured out how to change the "Loading…" screen? The splash screen or startup screen is so quick I would love for it to stay on during loading. Bueller? Bueller?
  3. My Man-Cave on Wheels

    With a z110 as my base (upgraded to Z130), I am posting a list of my added equipment (commercial & custom) installs for my 2007 Camry. And because I work in corporate America, it is a must that a majority of my installs are stealth; you won't know what is in my car until I turn things on. From the outside, it looks like your typical Camry. Here are a few things that are inside: DTV that picks up over-the-air stations Hidden powered-antenna and modified DTV converter box IR sensor mounted to HU faceplate for remote control [*]Premium sound system Two highly efficient amps & subs [*]"0" exposed wires when mounting iPhone on the dash [*]Two rear DVD monitors that can either broadcast, or receive, AV sources can simultaneously run up to 3 separate AV sources (including HU) Nintendo emulation in the rear screens (entire gaming library included) wireless controls & wireless headphones zipped covers for security [*]PSTwo powered by custom 50W supply Modified to run PSTwo games from thumb drive Full emulation of numerous retro systems (Atari, NES, SNES, Sega Genesis, etc.) [*]Internal LED lighting (footwells & rear-headrest with LED track lighting) [*]Viper Remote-Start (iPhone controlled) The iPhone, and a TRULY unlimited data plan, opens up another level of media in the car; Netflix, HBO, ESPN, as well as access to the media stored on my NAS box at home are just a few taps away. I designed the entire system to run off of stock battery & alternator. Thus there are no additional batteries or high powered alternator. I went for quality, not quantity; the sound is clean and powerful. I will post pics and/or YouTube links as soon as I get around to it. The full list of additions is in my signature. I will post details of the modifications for anyone interested. Thank you for reading my post.
  4. I was looking for a sick background for my U310BT on my chevy impala. just something simple but looks great.
  5. Thanks to carver's great post, we can now change the AppRadio's main wallpaper. I originally posted my first attempt at creating custom wallpaper in caver's thread, but decided to create this new thread dedicated to custom wallpapers. I've attached 4 files. The first two are the default AppRadiowallpapers. They are in .bmp format. I used those files as templates to create my custom wallpapers. You will need to create/edit the wallpapers with some sort of photo editing software and save them as 24-bit bmp files using the exact same dimensions and filenames as the original wallpaper files (NX120_BG_1.bmp or NX120_BG_2.bmp).I used Adobe Photoshop Elements to create mine. Took me several tries to get the positioning/spacing right, but I created two wallpapers which are the 3rd an 4th attachments: First one is a Toronto Raptors background, second one is a Montreal Canadiens background. Here's how to install them: After creating your wallpapers, save them on a microSD card Download the CE66Tool.rar file: http://avic411.com/index.php?app=core&module=attach&section=attach&attach_id=14878, extract that file and then save the CE66Tool.exe file on the same microSD card Insert microSD card in AppRadio and then turn it on - Windows will launch Double tap the My Device icon, double tap on flash card icon, select and copy your custom wallpaper files (NX120_BG_1.bmp and NX120_BG_2.bmp) Go back to My Device folder, double tap on the Nand Memory folder, double tap on CE66 folder and then double tap on Wallpaper folder Paste the custom wallpaper in the Wallpaper folder (overwrite existing files) Turn off Appradio and remove microSD card Wait at least 5 minutes and then turn on Appradio and your custom wallpaper should be there NX120_BG_1.bmp NX120_BG_2.bmp NX120_BG_1.bmp NX120_BG_2.bmp
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