Last edited by customGadz; 11-07-2011 at 09:49 PM.
Then again, you probably have two tablets already fabricated in the back headrests.
I just pre ordered this and I dont even have android phone yet. :P I am trying to decide on the Galaxy Nexus (hense my ICS question) and the Skyrocket (GS2 LTE) and since they are both galaxy's I asume I will need to "press the home key to use the device durring a call". Hense the second question which I guess is mute if it does work with ICS and I go with the Nexus since the buttons are on the screen anyway.
1: any word on ICS support? I know its not out yet and there is very little known about it but I was wondering what your thoughts were? I asume if its works on Honeycomb it should work on ICS.
2: any video of how the "hardware buttons" work or wiring of them?
With a Galaxy Tab 10.1 or 8.9 or Transformer Prime. Will it work? THANX!
PS: I understand since the Transformer Prime isn't available yet its difficult to say. But I'm unclear on what determines if a particular device will work or not?
As for the transformer prime, we will have to wait and see.
I am almost certain that any Samsung galaxy derivative at the moment will infact be compatible (remote touch wise) then it will boil down to it's mirroring capabilities. From what I can tell, all phone manufactures have there own specific "core modules" which they keep fairly consistent between devices. So far motorolla and sumsung fit my compatibility list.
In regards to your questions:
1. ICS (ice cream sandwich) to me looks like a heavily themed update with heaps of tweaks. I doubt that this update will do drastic system changes like disable mirroring etc. I can't see anything yet that will make my device incompatible (not yet anyway)
2. External buttons: All you need to do is connect your desired button to the 2-wire switch cables and then plug it into the module. Its really simple.
OTOH, I have a carputer in the FX where I could use this, but I'm waiting on a new touch for it, so we'll see what happens.