ok...thanks. I'm well aware of the comments at XDA's open forums. However, its the only place that faults/errors etc can be reported. It also looks if one person is doing the software "work" ...bit disappointing really.chosan wrote: ↑Sat Aug 15, 2020 12:17 pmI can only refer to my own 4 years of experience. As I said before, the early units were of various quality. Since a couple of years ago referring to Android 8, 9 and now 10 I've not had a single problem. I'm using USB-modem for the Internet-connection. Either that or teetering from your phone work without any problems.calnorth wrote: ↑Sat Aug 15, 2020 11:56 am@chosan
It was mentioned earlier in the thread (this page) by @Cod quote "I’d avoid the Android head units at all cost. They may be ok purely for CarPlay but other than that they are slow and glitchy with app crashes" unquote
There are updates on XDA Developers - 350 pages of info allied:
https://forum.xda-developers.com/androi ... a-t3575155
I haven't read that lot yet...some of it. Theres also a German site and likely Asian. it appears interest is quite wide. Apps of course can be flakey until they are patched up. The quality of the hardware could be an issue. I cannot tell at a website glance and at near £450 and beholding to China I won't take a chance
As regards performance I've only seen the Italian and some German stuff. At least the Italian channel shows that the unit has not died....suddenly.
Perhaps you can demonstrate the performance you experience? Many would like to know I suspect.
The only brand I would recommend is Dasaita.
When you read XDA you have to careful because this site is full of people trying to upgrade from Android X to Android X and so on. A pinch of salt between your fingers is recommended when referring to XDA.
Is Dasaita providing adequate support...updates and so on?