I had a few quality issues but it wasn’t that bad and didn’t last that long but I wasn’t driving around much. I’m assuming the audio quality will get better but super excited that it connects every time.
Quality seems good. A little laggy sometimes but overall it’s workable. I assume it will keep getting better. Once things get started it sounds good.I had a few quality issues but it wasn’t that bad and didn’t last that long but I wasn’t driving around much. I’m assuming the audio quality will get better but super excited that it connects every time.
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No, it'd be much better to have a working and reliable Wireless Carplay option. Honda could easily implement this on existing vehicles, but because they are Honda they are not.This thread needs a Khaby Lame reaction video where he reads this thread, watches people mess with this for hours, and then simply plugs the phone in via USB to not only charge it but use Carplay/Android Auto flawlessly.
I understand that this is important to you and many others. For me, plugging the phone in when I get in the car takes about 3 seconds, so I'm fine with waiting until the wireless option is perfected and the charging pad actually keeps up.No, it'd be much better to have a working and reliable Wireless Carplay option. Honda could easily implement this on existing vehicles, but because they are Honda they are not.
I'll buy once they make the 4.26 update OTA and don't keep pulling....thanks for the confirmation it actually is stable now though!
Why do you have to jump through hoops to get the most recent firmware.I have finally got the Carlinkit 2.0 working reliably to provide Wireless Carplay on both my 2020 Passport (which has the same head unit as the Pilot) and my wife's 2017 CR-V. Carplay boots about 10 seconds after starting the car, connects to my iphone 12, and I can leave the phone in my pocket or charge it on the wireless charger while driving. All carplay functions including apple and google maps, phone, and text messaging, etc. work normally. I thought someone might find this information useful.
The Carlinkit has always worked in my wife's CR-V since purchasing it, but I have never been able to get the head unit in the Passport to recognize it and boot properly until now. In order to get it working, I used the CR-V head unit to upgrade the Carlinkit 2.0 to the latest available over the air 2021.03.06 firmware upgrade (by connecting it to the CR-V, allowing it to boot to Carplay, and then connecting to the internal website on the carlinkit at 192.168.50.2 with my phone and following the OTA upgrade instructions on the web page). After successfully upgrading the firmware to 03.06 and testing it on the CR-V, I then used a usb stick and powered hub to manually upgrade to the 2021.04.26 version from here: Index of /U2W/2021-04-26
After uprading to the 04.26 firmware, I plugged the Carlinkit into my Passport Head Unit, started the car and watched it power up, enabled the carplay adapter it recognized, and connected to it via bluetooth from my phone and voila! Wireless Carplay is great! I now have two Carlinkit units, one in the CR-V and one in the Passport, both running 04.26 firmware. My wife never has to remove her iphone from her purse or mine from my pocket, unless we want to charge on our wireless chargers. No more fumbling with loose lightning cables in the car and no more wear and tear on the ports on our phones. As the 04.26 firmware seems to be working on both vehicles just fine, I don't intend to upgrade again unless I find a specific problem reported fixed on the macrumors forum for the Carplay adapters: CarPlay adapter to convert to wireless CarPlay?