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Hyundai Android "Hybrid" Front End - CES 2011

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Hyundai uses the power of an integrated computer and combines it with the power of your cell phone to gather information, analyze it, and provide the useful results to the driver. For instance, the Hyundai computer can provide a video signal to your phone, which can then interpret the video and locate road lanes and pedestrians. The user interface is pleasing to look at and combines such things as weather, stock quotes, HVAC controls, media, and more.

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Updated 01-07-2011 at 01:06 PM by Jensen2000

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Just got mine in the mail a couple days ago and hooked it up tonight. So far everything is good and working as described in the documentation. I've tested all the relays using the test program and they all work. My questions are more about the inputs, do the inputs trigger relays too, or are the inputs more used for indicators in RR? Going to go review the code, just thought I would get it out there. I understand how to hook it up, just wanted a bit more detail on the functions and uses of the inputs.

-Joe
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i have problem when triggering this so i want to test this again with a relay or diode as when i release the trigger it reverts back to VGA but then turns off the screen.

Digressing a little but my 629 wasn't designed for reverse, it's been hacked and work in progress

Cheers
Ah so, I understand. Hardware hacks are ALWAYS an adventure. Enjoy!

VegasGuy
i have problem when triggering this so i want to test this again with a relay or diode as when i release the trigger it reverts back to VGA but then turns off the screen.

Digressing a little but my 629 wasn't designed for reverse, it's been hacked and work in progress

Cheers