Apple CarPlay 'No device connected' error

ResortCasual

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It’s great that they replaced your unit.
I doubt I could convince any of the dealers in my area to do that.

with the firmware they gave you, it’s not for the 2016. That’s the version people had been installing but having issues with android audio with after. Do you have an android device to test? I wonder if they gave you a 2017 system.
I personally do not have access to an Android device but I am sure I have a buddy who does. I'll see what I can do.

How can I tell if it is a 2017 device?
 

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I personally do not have access to an Android device but I am sure I have a buddy who does. I'll see what I can do.

How can I tell if it is a 2017 device?
Honestly, Android Auto not being broken would probably be the best way to tell. I don't think anyone has figured out any definitive differences or tried swapping them. That has reported it here anyway. Though the specs are the same, minus the current years addition of physical buttons each year comes with different firmware so there is some difference but Honda hasn't stated what.
 

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