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I have the same question ...

I wired mine using my old appradio bypass .

I can watch video while sitting still and low speed .

Once I start moving like 5mph + it blacks the screen out and displays safety message .

The VSS isn't hooked up , so how is it determining speed ?

GPS antenna ?

 

Thanks 

Todd 

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I have the same problem,  even though I installed the MicroBypass.  And the AVIC hold the screen to disable does not work here.

 

Any Help would be appreciated. 

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I’m having the same problem, I’m so frustrated, I purchased this unit thinking it would be an upgrade to my appradio 4. I should never had spent the money on this unit:(

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Hey guys, I just took my unit out, disconnected the GPS and connected the parking brake wire to a switch that is grounded . I start the car, flip the switch on then off and can now watch my videos without my screen blacking out!! 

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I tried unplugging the gps antenna it did work until you lanch google maps or apple maps which uses the phones gps. Once the phone connects the same screen comes back once you reach 5+ mph. So that solution is not the answer.

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On 8/4/2018 at 11:00 AM, krankintacoma said:

Has anyone tried moving the MUTE (YEL/BLK) wire to the only other open pin location & grounding it yet?? Like the older AVIC units were.

What do you mean? What pin? And what would grounding it do?

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Im having the same issue, and this really sucks, I like the wireless feature on the 4400nex but if I would of known this before hand, I would of gotten the 4200nex model, But anyway if anyone knows a work around, please share with us, Thnx

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On 8/10/2018 at 8:53 PM, Jstrong said:

What do you mean? What pin? And what would grounding it do?

I finally got around to trying my idea....it sends the radio into "AMP ERROR" mode....so that's a no go. I put the pin back to its original location, removed all power from the unit, hooked it back up, the "AMP ERROR" was gone, & the radio went back to normal operation.

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ok. I tried grounding the mute wire which drastically reduced the volume. I also tried grounding the green wire, no change. I did find a hidden developer mode screen but I could figure out the password to get in. So still no video while moving. smh

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bypass - does not work on AVH-4x00NEX devices.
only for AVIC of all versions.
for 4000/4100/4200 the check was only for the parking brake.

For the AVH-4400NEX in Pioneer did a double check of PKB\SPEED

You will not succeed.
Write in Pioneer that they change the code for both the previous versions of NEX

 

 

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I ended up returning my AVH-W4400NEX and getting the AVIC-W6400NEX now I have video in motion. The screen is a little smaller but definitely worth the tradeoff to be able to have video in motion. Now all is well in the world.

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