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Wondering if anyone else has had experience with the CarPlay2Air (or CPLAY2air) wireless adaptor for CarPlay on their vehicle?

The CarPlay2Air adaptor is a little box with a USB cable. You plug it in to the regular USB spot where you would plug in for wired CarPlay to your iPhone. Once you connect via Bluetooth and WiFi - then in theory you now have Wireless CarPlay in your car and no need to plug in the phone. Sounds awesome but I've had some issues.

On my Hyundai Tuscon MY18 Highlander (top line in Australia, don't know what its called around the world if anything different) - all I get is "Reading USB" for ages and nothing further. I have wiped any existing Bluetooth connection with phone - nothing. Waited 5 mins - nothing.

Anyone else tried anything like this and had similar problem or success? Really would like to get this thing working.
 

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Wondering if anyone else has had experience with the CarPlay2Air (or CPLAY2air) wireless adaptor for CarPlay on their vehicle?

The CarPlay2Air adaptor is a little box with a USB cable. You plug it in to the regular USB spot where you would plug in for wired CarPlay to your iPhone. Once you connect via Bluetooth and WiFi - then in theory you now have Wireless CarPlay in your car and no need to plug in the phone. Sounds awesome but I've had some issues.

On my Hyundai Tuscon MY18 Highlander (top line in Australia, don't know what its called around the world if anything different) - all I get is "Reading USB" for ages and nothing further. I have wiped any existing Bluetooth connection with phone - nothing. Waited 5 mins - nothing.

Anyone else tried anything like this and had similar problem or success? Really would like to get this thing working.
Wondering if anyone else has had experience with the CarPlay2Air (or CPLAY2air) wireless adaptor for CarPlay on their vehicle?

The CarPlay2Air adaptor is a little box with a USB cable. You plug it in to the regular USB spot where you would plug in for wired CarPlay to your iPhone. Once you connect via Bluetooth and WiFi - then in theory you now have Wireless CarPlay in your car and no need to plug in the phone. Sounds awesome but I've had some issues.

On my Hyundai Tuscon MY18 Highlander (top line in Australia, don't know what its called around the world if anything different) - all I get is "Reading USB" for ages and nothing further. I have wiped any existing Bluetooth connection with phone - nothing. Waited 5 mins - nothing.

Anyone else tried anything like this and had similar problem or success? Really would like to get this thing working.
Hey, I‘m have that same exact issue right now with my 2017 Hyundai Elantra. Did you ever get it to work? I really want to use the CarPlay2Air adaptor.
 

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Hey, I‘m have that same exact issue right now with my 2017 Hyundai Elantra. Did you ever get it to work? I really want to use the CarPlay2Air adaptor.
No unfortunately I ended up sending it back and got a full refund.i worked with the guys at Car2Play for a couple of weeks trying different things but couldn’t sort it out. Just could never get the system to recognise it to begin the sync process.

Having watched other videos of my same model in the States, the head unit we get in Australia seems to have slightly different software and options so that probably doesn’t help.

if you or anyone else does find a solution I’d love to give it another go.
 

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Bummer. Alright, thanks so much for your help. I guess I’ll have to return it. If the CarPlay2Air team tells me anything and it works I’ll definitely let you know!

Thanks again!
 

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Wondering if anyone else has had experience with the CarPlay2Air (or CPLAY2air) wireless adaptor for CarPlay on their vehicle?

The CarPlay2Air adaptor is a little box with a USB cable. You plug it in to the regular USB spot where you would plug in for wired CarPlay to your iPhone. Once you connect via Bluetooth and WiFi - then in theory you now have Wireless CarPlay in your car and no need to plug in the phone. Sounds awesome but I've had some issues.

On my Hyundai Tuscon MY18 Highlander (top line in Australia, don't know what its called around the world if anything different) - all I get is "Reading USB" for ages and nothing further. I have wiped any existing Bluetooth connection with phone - nothing. Waited 5 mins - nothing.

Anyone else tried anything like this and had similar problem or success? Really would like to get this thing working.
I’m having the same problem with my 2018 Hyundai Accent, my iPhone 11 wont connect to it. Did you find out how or why?
 

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I’m having the same problem with my 2018 Hyundai Accent, my iPhone 11 wont connect to it. Did you find out how or why?
You might find it is the iPhone and not the car that is the issue. The iPhone 11 is notorious for Bluetooth issues. I had one issued by my employer and it took many attempts to connect it to my 2011 Tucson. My personal Oppo Android connected straight away.
 

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Wondering if anyone else has had experience with the CarPlay2Air (or CPLAY2air) wireless adaptor for CarPlay on their vehicle?

The CarPlay2Air adaptor is a little box with a USB cable. You plug it in to the regular USB spot where you would plug in for wired CarPlay to your iPhone. Once you connect via Bluetooth and WiFi - then in theory you now have Wireless CarPlay in your car and no need to plug in the phone. Sounds awesome but I've had some issues.

On my Hyundai Tuscon MY18 Highlander (top line in Australia, don't know what its called around the world if anything different) - all I get is "Reading USB" for ages and nothing further. I have wiped any existing Bluetooth connection with phone - nothing. Waited 5 mins - nothing.

Anyone else tried anything like this and had similar problem or success? Really would like to get this thing working.
Hi i have this unit and it works fine on my car. I have a Stinger GT my Wife has a Escape and it works fine on her car to. Maybe you have a fault in your unit try it on another car that has factory carplay.
 
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