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Old 01-27-2015, 10:51 AM
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Re: Using navigation and other features while in motion

lol, i'll get you in this one. Are you able to force your back up camara while in motion under 12 mph without going away?

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lol, i'll get you in this one. Are you able to force your back up camara while in motion under 12 mph without going away?
Only if I have a tail gunner on board
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Only if I have a tail gunner on board

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Re: Using navigation and other features while in motion

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Re: Using navigation and other features while in motion

I bought this one for $203 on ebay:
Pac-Audio.com Product Details | iPod Integration for your car and More by Pac-Audio - Connecting you to the future

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Amazon.com : BOYO VTK380HD Embedded Style Camera : Vehicle Backup Cameras : Car Electronics

I will be installing it maybe next weekend.

I will be posting a review with instructions.
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Re: Using navigation and other features while in motion

How is the crux? Is it the wireless or the direct hard line connection? I wanted to do this for the iPhone to mirror my apple screen to the jeep screen. I was going to get the hard wired connection.
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I installed the Crux AVICH-03, the hard wired unit. I like it - it will mirror whatever you have on your iPhone screen, unlike the wireless version which (according to some posts in this thread) will not. Also gives you full bypass of the factory nav and Bluetooth systems while in motion (e.g.; you can enter nav destinations by address onscreen and add new Bluetooth devices onscreen while in motion). I guess I was the guinea pig for Crux as far as installing this in a late model Jeep, as their instructions only say to set dip switch 4 on the unit to "on", but through trial and error and phone calls to their support I discovered you need to set dip switch 1 and 4 to "on" in order to activate the bypass feature. Audio from whatever source is on your iPhone screen is output through the speakers in the car and sounds great. Video is a little lacking, as video is through RCA inputs so it's a lower resolution that if it were via true HDMI input. It's still acceptable, however.
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Re: Using navigation and other features while in motion

What did it cost you for the crux and install?
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Re: Using navigation and other features while in motion

Got it for $319.00 with free shipping on eBay and installed it myself. It's all plug-and-play; easy to install with no wires to splice or solder. Just pull the trim piece around the nav screen off, remove four bolts that hold the screen in place, then plug in the AVICH-03 harness between the factory connector and the screen and you're done. And don't forget to turn on dip switches 1 and 4 before buttoning up the installation.
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Re: Using navigation and other features while in motion

If the audio commands actually worked 90-100% of the time it wouldn't be a big deal, but this is one area where chrysler lags. The system in my 2011 and now my 2014 are just bad. It would be great if the vehicle was able to detect where input was coming from so the front passenger (also known as the navigator) could use the system.
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Re: Using navigation and other features while in motion

Call me crazy but arent these JBs a bit overpriced? C'mon, kids have been JBing phones forever and for free! Why can't we get it done on this software (thats all the JB devices do anyways no?)

We just need to find a DEV person to look into it With the latest software i just downloaded...it would be nice if someone can look into the file system. To bad i never took my computer knowledge that much further.

Also I'm wondering if there is a simple hack on the hardness that can trick the system in to thinking the car is not moving. Usually there is a wire going to some type of speed censor. If we can split into that wire it should be a simple solution...

Any takers to look into it?
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Re: Using navigation and other features while in motion

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If the audio commands actually worked 90-100% of the time it wouldn't be a big deal, but this is one area where chrysler lags. The system in my 2011 and now my 2014 are just bad. It would be great if the vehicle was able to detect where input was coming from so the front passenger (also known as the navigator) could use the system.
Why don't they simply use the "passenger seat occupied" sensor, to allow/disallow entering Nav while in motion?

Oh, I know; the lawyers would still say that the driver might still use it.
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