Jeep Grand Cherokee ZJ In Dash Nexus 7
I don't post here, I got out of this thing quite a while ago but I've done a few Android Tablet installs over the past few years and I just got *****ed at for not documenting them enough, stating that I'm lying. My first was a Galaxy Tab a few months after they came out, honda accord. Nothing fancy during those days. Just charger and audio out.
Then I did another Galaxy Tab in a custom built dock for my Eclipse GSX.
Video is before the glassing of the Dock. I made it so it could be removed due to the heat. Galaxy Tabs didn't do well with the heat.
Finished Product (after Video)
I then went onto attempting a Nexus 7, It was too big for that car, Then A Kindle Fire 2, It was perfect and after I went CM10.1, it was that much better. But I decided to sell the car. So I sold that tablet and got another Nexus 7 and my 3rd Jeep Grand Cherokee.
And the video I made since I was called out. Very crap video tho. I hate video lol. Anyway the setup is a Nexus 7 32gb. Setup to a Custom USB OTG 4Port USB 2.0 Hub with a Hacked Verizon Galaxy Tab 2a charger hard wired into the Hub. I have a DVB-T/FM USB Dongle for FM Radio hard wired into my car's stock antenna, and a USB DAC for the audio through the USB. I Don't show in the video the 1TB HD because Its been stuck to my pc all day copying 780gb of Movies and TV Shows over, as well as lots of 4x4 Trail info since it is a 4x4 Vehicle. The Tablet is running Timurs USB OTG In Dash Cyanogenmod 10.1 Rom. I couldn't live without that rom, It made the whole in dash experience soo amazing. I feel as if the jeep came with the tablet like that from the factory. I'm currently awaiting my ordered DC/DC Smart PSU. I've been hearing good things about it, and I need the power and its abilities. Also will be adding some Camera's for 4x4 Views.
And of course for the people who say "Thats not easy to remove....!" Well I take this vehicle offroading, rock crawling, not mudding. So Extreme angles and bouncing around is very common, so I can't have the tablet falling out.
I hope you enjoy. I'll be documenting a Nexus 7 In Dash Permanent Install of a 2006 Altima SER, Similar to my setup but with screeeeennnnzzzz yo! lol Its planned to be a Ghetto Child Mobile.