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  • I ordered this device in January of 2024. We just moved to England from the US and bought a 2014 Evoque. I loved the car but the one thing it was missing was functionality with Apple carplay. I found this and saw the video and had to try it out. It took me a total of 2 hours from start to finish with no hiccups at all and works flawlessly with the car. Customer support was also fantastic! They worked with me to ensure I could get the package shipped to England with no problems. 10/10!

    - Charlie Malone
  • Just got this installed in my 2016 discovery sport. I’ve missed carplay so much since my last vehicle, I tried a couple options and was skeptical to try any installs but this one works as if installed by factory. The wireless connection is seamless, once I open the door, carplay is already on the display. When I put it in reverse, the back up cam comes up like normal. My steering wheel options to skip to the next or previous song, or volume up or down work the same. Very happy with this upgrade! Would recommend to anyone.

    - Rob
  • I’m a total novice when it comes to installing electrical systems in my car…..but after much research I was able to follow GTA carkits – carplay – youtube instructions and install the kit in my Porsche cayenne 2013 with no issues…other than I wasn’t able to hear the MAP and Google Map audio instructions. Vitaliy came to the rescue and once again got me sorted.

    - Jeff Bell
  • This is an update to my earlier review. This issue I was having with the touch-screen not working had to do with the dip switches. For my car (2016 Jaguar F-Type) positions 1 and 3 had to be on. This resolved my issue. But more amazingly was the quick response I received on a Sunday evening. This allowed me to complete the installation. I have nothing but praise for GTA’s customer service. In this post-Covid epidemic era, where customer service has taken a nose dive, it’s nice to know that some companies are still keeping that in the forefront of their business. Hats off to GTA for doing so.

    - Richard
  • Spent a while looking for a way to add android auto /Apple carplay to my Jag.

    This is handsdown the best product for bosch systems.

    The installation instructions are great. Though I have one criticism, the included cable should be longer. As it currently stands it is barely long enough to reach the back of the rear unit and required some creative wire adjustment to get it to reach (which wasn’t in the video instruction).

    They actually put development time into creating their own kit, and it isn’t a re-skin of an existing Chinese product from what I can tell.
    Support was super helpful in getting the two issues I had to work, so make sure to reach out to them if you run into issues.

    Issues support resolved:
    – touch screen in apple carplay not working ( setting changes on physical device)
    – android auto wireless not working ( reboot + setting changes on software for device)

    overall a 5/5 product, wish the cable was longer as that was the largest pain in the but for installation DIY.

    - Alberto
  • Spent a while looking for a way to add android auto /Apple carplay to my Jag.

    This is handsdown the best product for bosch systems.

    The installation instructions are great. Though I have one criticism, the included cable should be longer. As it currently stands it is barely long enough to reach the back of the rear unit and required some creative wire adjustment to get it to reach (which wasn’t in the video instruction).

    They actually put development time into creating their own kit, and it isn’t a re-skin of an existing Chinese product from what I can tell.
    Support was super helpful in getting the two issues I had to work, so make sure to reach out to them if you run into issues.

    Issues support resolved:
    – touch screen in apple carplay not working ( setting changes on physical device)
    – android auto wireless not working ( reboot + setting changes on software for device)

    overall a 5/5 product, wish the cable was longer as that was the largest pain in the but for installation DIY.

    - Alberto
  • 10-stars…Customer support. Hands down top tier! Kit worked as advertised. I can’t say it enough. Great company and product.

    - Dustin LeJeune
  • This is an awe some kit. Easy to install following the video. Had a little problem after I installed the kit! The sound was not coming through the car speaker’s because I forget to connect the two 3.5mm AUX cables after I connected them it works very nice. Great kit and good customer service.

    - Peter
  • Just installed Carplay system in my 2012 Porsche 911s. This is a very nice system. I love the compactness. The installation video is useful and I knew what to expect except for a couple of minor curve balls. My car has the SAT radio system and the board installation was tight, but it worked. I also had fiber optics to transfer from my old harness. It took about 4 hrs to install and it worked on the first startup. I had some issues getting my AUX activated, but just needed to refer to the owners manual. It works very well- no issues. The moving gridlines for the backup camera are awesome as well as a the graphics for the backup sensors. Overall, this kit exceeded expectations. Please develop one for my 2008 Cayenne GTS!

    - Sam Roadman
  • I recently installed version 2 of the GTA car kit on my 2016 BMW 428i Gran Coupe and thought that I would share my experience.

    The installation video is excellent; not too long, but covers all the important points in sufficient detail. I’d emphasize that it’s critical to remove the glove box to do a good installation. Some other videos suggest that you can get away without this on 3- and 4-series BMWs, but I find hard to imagine how to place the electronics module into the space between the head unit and the glove box.

    I found a few minor differences between my car and the one in the video.
    1. The head unit was secured with only two torx screws rather than four, perhaps because it seems to be not as high as the one in the vehicle in the video.
    2. The connectors on the HVAC/radio control panel and the footwell light were very tight and I could not easily remove them. I left them in rather than risk breaking them. This made things a bit more awkward but was still manageable.
    3. There are two cables that run from the bottom right of the head unit (when viewed from behind) up the right side and over the top of the quad lock connector. While I could maneuver the cables out of the way to get the quad lock out, holding them out of the way while plugging the new harness in was a challenge. The cables are held in position by a plastic clasp just to the left of the quad connector. This can be opened to give more slack in these two cables so that the new quad lock is more easily inserted.

    The system works as billed. There is no loss of audio quality when using Car Play. Best of all I can now get real time traffic information through Waze or Google Maps, a function that was lost from these models due to the obsolescence of their 3G mobile hardware.

    - John S