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- The car stereo does not respond when using the Apple CarPlay featureIf the car stereo doesn't respond when using the Apple CarPlay® feature, press and hold the HOME button for 10 seconds. The car stereo will reboot and the issue will be resolved.
- My car stereo won't play music from the USB deviceNot all car stereo receivers have USB capabilities. To see if your car stereo has the USB function described in this solution, check the specifications or the supplied operating guide. Wait for approximately 20
- After a call, the Android Auto sound is heard from the smartphoneDepending on the smartphone, the Android Auto sound may be heard from the smartphone after a call conversation. If this occurs, use the car stereo's Device Connection screen to end the smartphone connection (disconnect)
- How to start Android AutoPrepare the phone and car audio. The minimum requirements to run Android Auto™ on the car display are: An Android™ phone running Android 6.0 or later, with an active data plan. A USB® standard-compliant cable. For
- "Network Timeout Error" is displayed when performing a firmware update in USB tethering modeMake sure you're in an area with a good signal and try the update again. If the date and time aren't correct, set the valid date and time in the Date/Time settings.
- The rear view camera or black screen remains when the R (reverse) position of the shift lever is releasedTo resolve this issue, connect the camera power cord (lead) to the power terminal that works with accessories.
- The Apple CarPlay or Android Auto wireless connection does not resume when the car stereo is turned onIf the Apple CarPlay® or the Android Auto™ wireless connection doesn't resume even when the car stereo is turned on, try one of the following: Turn the car stereo off and then back on again. If you use an iPhone
- Can't connect a smartphone via Bluetooth or use a call function when connecting a iDataLink Maestro module to the car stereoCheck the following on your car stereo to connect the smartphone: Bluetooth connection or when using Apple CarPlay/Android Auto: Select Settings → Application → Maestro → Maestro Settings, then set OEM BT to OFF
- A message USB device not support is displayed while playing from an HDMI sourceThis issue can occur when you connect a USB cable, as a power supply for an HDMI device, to the USB port. To avoid the issue, connect the HDMI device to a different power supply, or use a dedicated power supply
- Apple CarPlay or Android Auto doesn't connect to the car stereoBefore you start Available services or connection methods will vary depending on the car stereo. Check the prooduct for the compatibility of your car stereo. Make sure that your smartphone is compatible with the