ARLiberator for AppRadio

ARLiberator for AppRadio

by stackTrase Software 250 downloads, 665 kb


File size:
665 kb
2012-12-15 01:46
File os:
Media & Video

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Fully control your Android phone from your Pioneer AppRadio2. Take away the limitations of the built in software and enjoy the freedom of using any application on your AppRadio. Stream music from anywhere on the internet. Use your AppRadio's GPS in any application! Requires Root Access and a device compatible with a Pioneer AppRadio2. The following features are supported:

- Multitouch
- GPS (turn on mock locations)
- Steering wheel and pop up menu buttons
- Hard buttons on AppRadio
- Automatically detects AppRadio
- Automatic volume control
- Automatically start and stop car mode
- Exit to AppRadio home screen

New! Completely automated connection. Just plug in your phone and watch it show up on your AppRadio with no restrictions. The annoying pairing request on some ICS and JB devices is now gone as well.

In addition to all this it will lock your screen in landscape mode even if other apps request to be viewed in portrait. This is why it needs the "read system logs", "system window", and "modify system settings" permissions.

A user made a video and I think he did a great job showing all the features. You can see it here:

Everyone who purchases is entitled to all future updates for free.

There is lots of information at People there can help you with rooting your phone and answer any questions you have about ARLiberator or the AppRadio.

Do not buy this application with the expectation that it will allow your phone to work with the AppRadio if the stock app does not work.

Do not buy this application if you have not rooted your phone. It requires root permissions to inject touch events.

AppRadio is a registered trademark of Pioneer.
This application is not affiliated or endorsed by Pioneer.

Recent changes:
V 1.64
Added a new permissions check that resets permissions on system files on an as needed basis every time ARLiberator goes into the "connecting" state.
Made the GPS bearing stay static if the vehicle speed is less than 1 meter per second.

V 1.60
Added shutdown button in action bar
Added a widget to go to the AppRadio home screen when the AppRadio is connected
Added an option to start ARLiberator on startup
Fixed the issue with GPS bearing option
Fixed issue with volume control setting

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