So Whippleman,Just installed HondaHack and Viper4Android and wow!
I was about to start looking at sub and amp upgrades, but this will hold me over for awhile. Pretty huge overall upgrade over stock with just that software piece for only $10. Can't believe I never saw much about this before.
I only did it for the Viper4Android which in my limited audio expertise is a software equalizer that takes the place of the oem. After switching, it seems like Honda pretty much had the stock sub turned off. Highs also much improved. For $10, the impact was huge. It doesn't sound like a nice aftermarket setup, but a great improvement per $ spent.So Whippleman,
What did the hack change for you? I only use Carplay (I would be tempted to use a USB Stick if I could get multiband equalization). I actually don't use "Carplay" as intended, I only use the UI for a dedicated old phone in the glovebox to play music. It has no SIM and 90% of Carplay is unused and for me not really necessary.
I take phone calls on my apple watch it works really well.
I run the hondata app on an old phone to get real time data - plus only need ethanol content at fill up time to make sure the mix is good and after that it's not going to change much.It's too bad it doesn't work simultaneously with hondata. And it doesn't show ethanol content unless you wire up with the signal.
I appreciate this information. Thanks!I run the hondata app on an old phone to get real time data - plus only need ethanol content at fill up time to make sure the mix is good and after that it's not going to change much.
Nice to see peak numbers for rpm, boost. Coolant temp etc
You can mount a phone pretty much anywhere with Bluetooth.
App is like $5 on app store