Hello, So you bought the adapter from the Cplay2air too? how long have you been using it? its there any issues with the map or music when runs the wireless carplay? will it support android radio? and how much?thank you!@Turbo_Pumpkin I did not know these existed - this is awesome. I would think it could be hidden underneath the dash somehow as well.
The reviews on this look great, but I am highly skeptical of reviews on a manufacturers website (able to easily remove bad reviews if they want).
The CPlay2Air is not on Amazon (like those reviews are more trustworthy), and all the devices like this on Amazon have poor reviews.
However, one person on Amazon wrote this review about a device that does the same thing.
I returned the Carlinkit device shortly after writing the above review, and a week ago I purchased a Cplay2air Carplay adapter. This is a night-today difference, with also very easy setup but it has been working like a charm, starting within about 20 seconds after starting the car without any interruption. The Cplay2air is not (yet) available on Amazon but it is definitely a much better device.
I ran a cable into the big storage compartment beside the cup holderAre you guys just plugging the dongle to the front USB and leaving the dongle in the cup holder in the front?
There's this one: MA1 - Wireless car adapter for Android Auto from Motorola SoundAny wireless solution for Android phones?
do phone calls go through the carlinkit 3.0 or through the Toyota multimedia system? I've heard there is audio lag when using wireless CarPlay and wondering how severe it is.I have been using the U2W Plus for several weeks now (In my Kia) and it works great. (U2W Plus) Carlinkit 3.0 Wireless Apple CarPlay Adapter Dongle for Wired CarPlay
It's easy to install. $99 and took 2 minutes to get it going.
Those velcro stickers that can be removed without leaving a residue might also work.I'm about a week into using mine (Carlinkit 3.0 - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08GLVW169/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&th=1) and I've been happy so far. It does take a few seconds to connect but seems to be working well so far.
I've only used it for a couple of phone calls but it seemed to work well and I didn't notice a lag.
It's just nice for short trips to not have to plug in your phone. And if I need to charge, I can just put my phone on the wireless charger (I have the XLE w/ Plus).
My only fear is someone thinking it's a phone or something and breaking in to steal it. I might try painters tape to attach it underneath the bridge and out of sight.