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The only real glitch I have now is that when using Google Maps, the navigation will drive "backwards," while Waze will work fine.Thanks for reply @murix
Have you got the feeling it has reached a quite stable version? I mean with USB connection too. Lots of complaints in the past about sound not working, conflicts with Waze, Bluetooth incoming calls not received.. What's your overall experience?Thank you
I guess your issue is fixed by removing the built-in Nav card, as stated here https://github.com/gartnera/headunit/issues/110The only real glitch I have now is that when using Google Maps, the navigation will drive "backwards," while Waze will work fine.
Agree.Yes, that is exactly what I did. I am running Ameridan's setup including the Wi-Fi backdoor in case of a dealer flash. I then installed the latest update to AA (v1.10) from this link - https://mazdatweaks.com/androidauto/
The direct download is here. http://aa.mazdatweaks.win/
AA has it's own self installer so need to run any other packages. I update to whatever the latest stable version is when it is released. Early versions were buggy, but I think it is pretty solid now.