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For $99 you can buy an AppleTV box, which has an HDMI port. Apple TV has Netflix, and a ton of other great sports and movie channel apps, plus you can also stream (and mirror) from your iPhone to the Apple TV.

Totally worth it for a very cool setup...


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Was talking to my installer about doing this along with a NavTv unit. Said it should work. Basically I would want full mirroring capabilities from my IPhone 6 plus along with being able to watch Netflix, YouTube and do some web browsing.


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Was talking to my installer about doing this along with a NavTv unit. Said it should work. Basically I would want full mirroring capabilities from my IPhone 6 plus along with being able to watch Netflix, YouTube and do some web browsing.
I've been browsing the threads thinking about purchasing the AVICH-03 for my '14 Jeep - just curious, why would you need NavTV to do the things you listed? Couldn't you do all those with just the AVICH-03? And exactly which NavTV product are you contemplating purchasing? They all look pretty high dollar to me for what you get.
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I've been browsing the threads thinking about purchasing the AVICH-03 for my '14 Jeep - just curious, why would you need NavTV to do the things you listed? Couldn't you do all those with just the AVICH-03? And exactly which NavTV product are you contemplating purchasing? They all look pretty high dollar to me for what you get.


I was thinking about doing the nav tv and Apple TV. The nav tv unlocks the gps in motion and a couple of other things. The Apple TV would hook into the nav tv with a hdmi and power supply. This was just so I could watch Netflix and YouTube. But now I think it would be easier if I just mirror my iPhone with the AVICH. That way I could have Internet, Netflix, YouTube and Google maps on the 8.4 and would only be using LTE versus tethering. Basically everything that I do with the iPhone I would be able to see on the 8.4. Just wondering which would be the better one the wired or wireless.


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Yeah, that's the same list I want to do with my iPhone 6. Per post #23 in this thread, looks like it would be best to go with the hardwired AVICH-03 as opposed to the wireless version. And I'm confused on whether or not the AVICH-03 enables VIM on the factory GPS; etc., as opposed to just enabling GPS apps (e.g. Google) to be displayed onscreen while in motion. The instructions for the AVICH-03 state that one press of the "Back" button enables VIM, but it doesn't specifically state that it does so for the factory software. I've also looked into the Lockpick products, but they're pricier and come with a lot of bells and whistles I don't need (extra camera inputs; etc.), so I'll probably go with the AVICH-03. Would love to hear from forum members who have installed and are using this device - anyone??
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Re: Video in Motion

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I was thinking about doing the nav tv and Apple TV. The nav tv unlocks the gps in motion and a couple of other things. The Apple TV would hook into the nav tv with a hdmi and power supply. This was just so I could watch Netflix and YouTube. But now I think it would be easier if I just mirror my iPhone with the AVICH. That way I could have Internet, Netflix, YouTube and Google maps on the 8.4 and would only be using LTE versus tethering. Basically everything that I do with the iPhone I would be able to see on the 8.4. Just wondering which would be the better one the wired or wireless.


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If using an iPhone or other Apple devices, then the wired would be better (for Netflix & Youtube) since Apple cannot block these or any other apps on it.
Apple has blocked these apps on Wi-Fi mode only, the wireless version also works with Android devices (all apps without any hindrance) though.

Once the screen is unlocked, the GPS in motion is already an included factor in all such devices.
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Re: Video in Motion

Just found a couple videos of the Crux Interface in action. The unit they're using is the wireless version. There's a video that shows android and then there's one for Apple. I believe the wired version of the Crux would have the same capabilities. After watching these videos, I think I've found exactly what I'm looking for.

http://youtu.be/lCE2OWLRmY8
http://youtu.be/N-40Hv3HXQ8


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Re: Video in Motion

Found a couple more.


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Re: Video in Motion

I received and installed the AVICH-03 today. It does not allow control of the factory nav unit (i.e.; typing in addresses) while in motion - you have to press the Back button underneath the screen in order to activate the composite input for the AVICH-03, and once you do that you can't see the factory nav (or any other factory screen) until you press the Back button again to exit that input. And, the AVICH-03 does not appear as a selectable input on the Media screen either. Which leads me to my other gripe - the composite (RCA plugs) input. It's beyond me why they didn't build in an HDMI input into one of the two boxes you have to stuff behind your factory radio. Now for the positives: It does work well and as designed, and (after purchasing a separate Apple HDMI converter for $43.00 from Amazon Amazon.com : Lightning Digital AV Adapter : MP3 Players & Accessories) allows full mirroring of whatever is on your iPhone's (or Android's) screen while moving. This is really all I wanted, as I can control the factory nav via voice pretty well while driving. Plus, I now have the option of casting Google Maps off my iPhone onto the big screen and controlling it via voice input or typing on the iPhone while moving. Slingbox woks well, also; so now I have live TV on the big screen in my Jeep! With the wired version, you can stream video off any app on your iPhone to the factory screen - I've not found one that was blocked, unlike with the Crux wireless system similar to this one.

In summary, there are probably better units out there - but I believe this is one of the cheaper options to accomplish what I want, so I'm satisfied with it.
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I received and installed the AVICH-03 today. It does not allow control of the factory nav unit (i.e.; typing in addresses) while in motion - you have to press the Back button underneath the screen in order to activate the composite input for the AVICH-03, and once you do that you can't see the factory nav (or any other factory screen) until you press the Back button again to exit that input. And, the AVICH-03 does not appear as a selectable input on the Media screen either. Which leads me to my other gripe - the composite (RCA plugs) input. It's beyond me why they didn't build in an HDMI input into one of the two boxes you have to stuff behind your factory radio. Now for the positives: It does work well and as designed, and (after purchasing a separate Apple HDMI converter for $43.00 from Amazon Amazon.com : Lightning Digital AV Adapter : MP3 Players & Accessories) allows full mirroring of whatever is on your iPhone's (or Android's) screen while moving. This is really all I wanted, as I can control the factory nav via voice pretty well while driving. Plus, I now have the option of casting Google Maps off my iPhone onto the big screen and controlling it via voice input or typing on the iPhone while moving. Slingbox woks well, also; so now I have live TV on the big screen in my Jeep! With the wired version, you can stream video off any app on your iPhone to the factory screen - I've not found one that was blocked, unlike with the Crux wireless system similar to this one.

In summary, there are probably better units out there - but I believe this is one of the cheaper options to accomplish what I want, so I'm satisfied with it.

Glad it worked out for you. I'm also going to get the 03 for the mirroring and sling box live tv. Just waiting on my installer to get back to me. Now all we need from you is some videos of the unit in action. By the way how much did you buy the 03 for and where?


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I bought it off eBay for $319.00 from a seller with high ratings and free shipping. It was around that same price everywhere, but most other places charged shipping. You can easily install this yourself - just pull the trim piece off around the display screen; remove one connector plug at bottom of the trim piece and four bolts that secure the radio. Then it's plug & play - no soldering or splicing.
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Re: Video in Motion

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I received and installed the AVICH-03 today. It does not allow control of the factory nav unit (i.e.; typing in addresses) while in motion - you have to press the Back button underneath the screen in order to activate the composite input for the AVICH-03, and once you do that you can't see the factory nav (or any other factory screen) until you press the Back button again to exit that input. And, the AVICH-03 does not appear as a selectable input on the Media screen either. Which leads me to my other gripe - the composite (RCA plugs) input. It's beyond me why they didn't build in an HDMI input into one of the two boxes you have to stuff behind your factory radio. Now for the positives: It does work well and as designed, and (after purchasing a separate Apple HDMI converter for $43.00 from Amazon Amazon.com : Lightning Digital AV Adapter : MP3 Players & Accessories) allows full mirroring of whatever is on your iPhone's (or Android's) screen while moving. This is really all I wanted, as I can control the factory nav via voice pretty well while driving. Plus, I now have the option of casting Google Maps off my iPhone onto the big screen and controlling it via voice input or typing on the iPhone while moving. Slingbox woks well, also; so now I have live TV on the big screen in my Jeep! With the wired version, you can stream video off any app on your iPhone to the factory screen - I've not found one that was blocked, unlike with the Crux wireless system similar to this one.

In summary, there are probably better units out there - but I believe this is one of the cheaper options to accomplish what I want, so I'm satisfied with it.

Have you tried setting dip-switch #1 to the 'ON' position? I believe it permanently enables video in motion.
Never tried it though.
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No; I didn't set dip switch 1 to On - only no. 4, per the instructions that came with the AVICH-03 (and which made no mention of dip switch 1). What leads you to believe that no. 1 will have any effect?
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