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Anybody tried this yet... curious what I will lose.or is there existing adapters to convert...... Stock nav is clunky even with new cd and the voice recog is marginal. Love my truck but i like my gadgets, dont hardly use cd changer so that can go but rear camera and steering control I would like to keep. I know I will have to buy the accessory compartment to replace radio space to make a double din installation. Any other tips?????????????? This would be similar unit i would like to install

JOYING 10.1 Double Din Android 8.1 4GB + 64GB Car Stereo Built-in DSP LCD Touchscreen with 4G SIM Card Slot & 1280×720P Reslution - Supprot Android Auto DSP SPDIF Fast Boot WiFi
  • Support 4G SIM card, insert the Micro SIM card into the SIM card slot until the card locks into place for internet access, and able to download, listen and watch online. Built-in 4G module supports internet access only, not support telephone calls. To get 4G LTE network for quick internet surfing, and the passengers in the car can get free WiFi via WiFi Hotspot
  • Android 8.1 system, Intel Airmont eight-core 1.8GHz SC9853i processor, 4GB RAM 64GB ROM memory car stereo with 1280*720P resolution, installs more applications like Waze, Sygic, Soptify, Pandora, Facebook, Twitter, Youtube etc
  • Zlink function and Android auto, stream your smartphones with Android car stereo built-in display. Bluetooth hands-free calling, make and receive calls, play music and apps like Spotify / Pandora / Google music wirelessly. Supports wireless connection for Zlink, but you need to connect the Bluetooth; wired connection for Android Auto, download the Android auto from Google play store on your phone , and connect the head unit through the USB cable. Note: Not support Easyconnect
  • Built-in DSP (Digital Signal Processor), new EQ, 16-band EQ with independent front and rear settings, Subwoofer output level and low pass frequency adjustment. And the car stereo has COAX SPDIF digital output, connect your external amplifier/DSP , the SPDIF digital output directly for ultimate sound quality; if your external amplifier / DSP does not come with SPDIF input, you need to connect the amplifier / DSP via FL/FR, & RL/RR
  • USB charging and OTG function, split-screen, fast boot, steering wheel control, OBDII, car dash camera, RCA backup camera, no SD card slot, NXP TEF6686 radio IC, TDA7851 amplifier IC. The car stereo doesn't have video output, can't connect the headrest
 

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Stay away from cheap Chinese Android head units. Read reviews --- most die within 2 years tops. Some within days.

I considered a project for my 2013 Accord Sport but bailed on it when I realized just how absurdly unreliable and crash-prone these units are.
 

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I put one in my wife's accord.... the major thing you lose is audio quality and control.... although there may be a workaround for it.

right now we can't balance/fade the music and the bass is weak.
 
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