Regardless of where you live, I can't imagine anyone thinking that having a video playing for the driver to watch while speeding down the road is a GOOD idea. It is NOT.Hi guys, you might be interested in this:
NOT AGREE! of corse it is not for me as a driver but the rest of the people in the car can enjoy it. I do not see any problem.Regardless of where you live, I can't imagine anyone thinking that having a video playing for the driver to watch while speeding down the road is a GOOD idea. It is NOT.
I suspect (hope) that in the US and other places where doing that is ILLEGAL that the capability is disabled.
Hi of course I can. It supports .avi format and others. The player is called CorePlayer, version for Windows CE MISP. Also, I can provide manual and all the others for installation which takes about 5 mins to get it done.Hi,
Can you give us a detailed description of how this is possible? What format does the Video need to be in on the USB stick?
Where the **** did you come from??? The system "Windows CE" installed in the unit is "embedded" which means for those who are not IT familiar "not possible to damage". All files needed are copied on “storage card 4” drive where is nothing just maps for navigation. I've never said to use it while driving at first place and second if you don't like, I have nothing against. Just leave it.SIGH.
Be advised that this is "hacking" the software in your head unit.
If it messes up, the entire thing might end up dead.
It might also void any warranty that you have left on the radio.
AND......if you are in the US and a Cop sees you driving with a video playing you might be in for a VERY expensive ticket.
Proceed at your own risk.
That depends on what "embedded" means.The system "Windows CE" installed in the unit is "embedded" which means for those who are not IT familiar "not possible to damage".
Who are you? 3rd party GPS/DVD/Video unit seller trying to save your business? It is not possible to brick it. What you see on your car screen is like MS Word in MS Windows. If it goes wrong all you need is reinstall it. The main software still remains untouched. Got it?That depends on what "embedded" means.
If it is updateable with patches, then it can be wiped out with changes too.
If you search around for forums that cater to GPS units, you will quickly find a fairly large number of folks who have "bricked" their unit (turned it into a "brick") by screwing up a software hack.
Really ? Possible but not likely, I think.All the time the Windows starts it goes from embedded settings untouched. Therefor if you manage to delete the car apps there is always way to get it back. This is not the Android with OS in the flash!!!
At least I don't take personal shots at people.Every time easy_rider comments on a post he always feels like heeds needs to be the bearer of bad news