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  • Easy to install. All works fine. Love it.

    - Michal
  • These are the truth. I suck at mechanically taking things apart and putting them back together, but the car kit installation took me 15 minutes, not once, but TWICE since I bought another for my wife’s vehicle after realizing how good this thing and the support staff they have working for them is. Everything works as it should and I have nothing but good things to say about the tech help and device itself. I did find out that you have to push the FF button (#6 in the Avalon) for 5 seconds to reset and enter pairing mode if you don’t do it in the first 30 seconds of the vehicle turning on.. Also, if you do have two devices that would pair to this kit, the range is very wide, so it will continue trying to connect even after you drive away. My advice, is to only pair one device to it, because if it tries to pair multiple devices, the audio will keep ducking in an out every few seconds as it keeps trying to pair. You need to drive away from any other devices that are paired, reset and then pair your device again and it will work great. I believe that any bluetooth devices could run into this issue but just a hint in case you run into the issues with another BT car or you want to pair multiple devices. You can’t go wrong here, it’s worth the money.

    - PR
  • I bought 2 kits, one for my wife’s 06 Odyssey and one for mine. The sound quality on the Bluetooth is fantastic for both music and calls. One of my fav things to do is just go for a drive and run my music and now I can control everything from the steering wheel. So glad I’m free from the radio antenna option.

    - Masekela from CA
  • At first I was having trouble installing because my radio didn’t have an available port to plug into. After contacting support I got almost immediate reply to my emails and they walked me through the process of install and operation. I’m real happy with the unit. Thanks!

    - Rodney c Miles
  • Ordered for my dad’s 2006 Toyota Tundra. Install was easy and just like the video – works with his Android and my iPhone. He was delighted to have the GTA unit to add Bluetooth to his factory radio that before didn’t even have an Aux Jack without having to give up his familiar controls. Five stars.

    - Kara
  • Got my wired auxiliary kit for my 05 Mazda today. Took me about 30 minutes to get it all done. Super easy and my stereo can use my iPod now! Thanks a ton!!

    - Aja R
  • awesome kit
    didn’t wire up the microphone cause it’s ugly, just set my calls to not go through bluetooth
    sound quality is better than cassette to aux
    installed in half an hour no big deal
    worth every penny thanks guys

    - Davis
  • All I have to say is that this unit is AMAZING!!!! I installed this on my 2016 Toyota Highlander XLE AWD. It took about 40mins to install and this is coming from someone that has NEVER done any panel removal in cars. I am still learning more about this unit and so far i am able to install and use a lot of apps i have on my phone. If anyone has any questions, feel free to email me.

    - Charles Enwesi
  • I will admit that I was a little skeptical on how great this head unit was going to be. I ordered the Flush 3 piece kit (it is worth the wait if out of stock) and was blown away at how great it fit and looks in my 2011 JK Rubicon Unlimited. Install was fairly easy but ran into an issue with hooking up my aftermarket backup cam (previously connected to the stock Uconnect 430N system using LockPick). Vitaliy at GTA worked with me and I was able to get it working great. They sent me this link at it all made sense: https://youtu.be/q-9tXLerAus
    I asked them to put up the youtube link to wiring your cam on their webpage (like they have their other install & android operation videos) so hopefully that will make it to their webpage soon.
    I actually modified the install a little by splicing into the reverse light wire (pin 2 orange/peach colored wire from the head unit harness) to the reverse light wire on the passenger side rear of the Jeep (like in the video). He said white/gray but my wires were hard to see the gray wire and ended up splicing the wrong one at first so if you do, its the other white wire in the harness going down). This enabled the back up cam to pop up on my screen when I placed the Jeep in reverse (I have a manual 6 speed transmission). What I did differently from the instructions was to wire the camera power itself (red wire on my camera) to another power source (turns on only when Jeep is on) to provide constant power to the cam. By doing this it allowed me to scroll through the menu on the display to camera by selecting rear cam, I can see the backup cam while I’m driving. This is great when pulling a trailer or if you just want to see what is behind you when you are not in reverse. I have no issues with this setup. I can’t wait to install a front cam to see obstacles in front while I’m wheeling going up rocks that I won’t normally see at that angle. The only downside (and it really isn’t one) is that with my old uConnect setup I could toggle over to the rear cam by pressing the middle button on the right side behind the steering wheel. It does change modes from radio to music player to a blank screen which in the old uConnect displayed video but none here. I asked if this was possible but it seems that it isn’t an option. But again, no big deal as all of the other steering wheel controls work (volume, change station, etc). I haven’t had the unit for very long but so far, it has far exceeded my expectations for all of the things it can do. I have Amazon Prime video and youtube loaded but for some reason that version of Android isn’t compatible to download Netflix from the google play store. Otherwise it has all of the other android apps and the Android Auto part works great too for Waze, Spotify, Google maps, etc. There are other features on there that I haven’t tried yet like viewing movies or listening to music on a micro SD card. I have to say, BUY THIS if you are a Jeep owner and want to upgrade your old head unit. You will not regret it. I looked at other android capable head units for my Jeep and can’t really say much about those other than they are HUNDREDS of dollars more expensive and they did not have the big a screen with the flush factory look that this has.
    Pros: Big screen, flush factory look, android apps, ability to watch movies and listen to music without connecting your phone to it. Runs off wifi or can connect to your phone’s hotspot to access all those while driving down the road
    Cons: Other than the issue I mentioned on toggling to video on the steering wheel (which most of you may not even connect it the way I did for my use case), the only true con was the price of shipping. I thought this was going to come from Canada eh but it actually shipped from China. No offense to anyone in the logistics chain for the product but I did wait a couple days and actually sanitized the unit before I did the install to put my mind at ease. The box it came in was actually not as big as I expected for the price of shipping but it was packaged very well and nothing was damaged when I received it. Coming from China I expected the box to be all beat up with holes in the side but this came undamaged interior and exterior.
    I am very pleased with the purchase, the product, and the FANTASTIC customer support I received from Vitaliy & Maurizio at GTA Car Kits. Thanks guys! You have made me one happy owner of your product!

    - Mike G
  • Great product, all the right things – extra mic, and connection to car by mini jack, i hope to find it in Denmark

    - Poul-Erik Jensen