|Package Dimensions||31.2 x 21.8 x 13.4 cm; 2.4 Kilograms|
|Item Weight||2.4 kg|
|Date First Available||25 September 2019|
JOYING Car Radio 10.25" Single Din Android 8.1 4GB + 64GB GPS Receiver Support 4G SIM Card (Not Include) /DSP/SPDIF/Android Auto/Bluetooth/WiFi/Fast Boot/DVR/Backup Camera/OBDII
- Android 8.1 system, Intel Airmont eight-core 1.8GHz SC9853i processor, 4GB RAM 64GB ROM memory car stereo with 1280*480 resolution, installs more applications like Waze, Sygic, Soptify, Pandora, Facebook, Twitter, Youtube etc
- Insert the Micro SIM card into the SIM card slot until the card locks into place for internet access, and able to download, listen and watch online. Built-in 4G module supports internet access only, not support telephone calls
- Built-in DSP (Digital Signal Processor), new EQ, 16-band EQ with independent front and rear settings, Subwoofer output level and low pass frequency adjustment
- Zlink function and Android auto, stream your smartphones with Android car stereo built-in display. Bluetooth hands-free calling, make and receive calls, play music and apps like Spotify / Pandora / Google music wirelessly. Supports wireless connection for Zlink, but you need to connect the Bluetooth; wired connection for Android Auto, download the Android auto from Google play store on your phone , and connect the head unit through the USB cable
- USB charging, split-screen, fast boot, digital SPDIF audio output, steering wheel control, OBDII, car dash camera, RCA backup camera, tire pressure monitor, NXP TEF6686 radio IC, TDA7851 amplifier IC. The car stereo doesn't have video output, can't connect the headrest
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Operation System: Android 8.1
RAM: LPDDR4 4GB
CPU: Intel Airmont eight-core 1.8GHz SC9853i
Bluetooth: Bluetooth 4.2
Working Voltage: 10V-14V
Working Temperature: -40℃-80℃
Radio Chip: NXP TEF6686
Amplifier IC: TDA7851
Audio Power Output: 4X50W
4G SIM Standard & Frequency Supported
GSM: GSM850 EGSM900 DCS1800 PCS1900
WCDMA: BAND1 BAND2 BAND5 BAND8
TD-SCDMA: BAND34 BAND39
TDD-LTE: BAND34 BAND38 BAND39 BAND40 BAND41
FDD-LTE: BAND1 BAND2 BAND3 BAND5 BAND7 BAND8 BAND20 BAND29A
AT&T: BAND12 BAND14 BAND17 BAND29 BAND30 BAND66
Verizon Wireless: BAND13 BAND66
T-Mobile: BAND12 BAND66 BAND71
Sprint:BAND25 BAND26 BAND41
Digital SPDIF Audio Output
Connect your external amplifier / DSP to the SPDIF digital output directly for ultimate sound quality; If your external amplifier / DSP doesn't comes with SPDIF input, you will need to connect the amplifier / DSP via FL/FR out & RL/RR out.
How to connect the steering wheel control?
1) Key 1 and key 2 is for steering wheel control. You need to connect the key 1 or key 2 or key 1 and key 2 with your original steering wheel control wire, GND (black wire ) should be connected as well.
After connected, you should go"Setting-General-Steering wheel control" to learn.
2) "ILLUM" wire is for button light control wire. You need to connect this "ILLUM " wire with your original car headlight wire. Then button light works.
3) "back " wire offers power for your reverse camera.
4) "ACC" "BATT" "GND " wire is important on powering the head unit.
5) "ANT.CONT " wire offers power for your radio antenna.
6) Brake wire no need to be connected. The function has been built-in the head unit.
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2. Sound Quality - Weakest low level output I have seen in a unit that cost this much. I have an old Optimus head unit that is 2 decades old and it has a higher output at the RCA jacks. Not good for those with subs at all. My overpowered 1500 watt RMS CEA system sounds like a kiddy boom box. It should bow the body like my old Kenwood did but the output is too weak. Im running around half the power I should be with the same energy consumption.
3. Install - Average. ISO and standard bare wire harnesses to make installs easier is a nice touch but doesnt make the rest of the issues worth dealing with.
4. Other -
A. Default Apps - Device has the lowest quality music player I have ever seen on any Android device. It plays in song title alphabetical order and thats it. Radio is either a bad internal system or bad app. I cant tell... it just has poor signal even with a booster added. Using alternative apps doesnt allow for autoplay. The only apps the system will auto play are the defaults. This annoys me to no end as I have come to find out.
B. Reverse camera - My unit has a 10 second delay for the camera. It works, quality is average at night (glare kills it during the day). With the delay the unit doesnt operate well for the reverse cam.
C. Unit has a light hissing sound to the main speakers. It doesnt have the sound in the sub so it has to be inside the head unit and not a bad ground. The ground was replaced with a direct-to-frame cable to make sure but the sound still exists.
D. Random restarts - On occasion it tends to restart from what I can only assume is overheating. This gets HOT. Like melt your finger prints hot after just under an hour of use at moderate volume (11-15 on the unit).
I think this stereo sounds about as good as the stock speaker set in the 4th gen 4Runner are going to allow, so I'm pleased with that for sure!
It's also quite responsive. No hiccups or lag when switching into reverse (and activating the camera). The volume knob works instantly and reliably as well (again, very important to me!).
I also liked how the unit was packaged. All necessary wires pre-stripped with the cover left on. Less common wires and RCA connections were capped, so no need to worry about them shorting. Came with lots of length on the TWO 4G antennas, microphone, and GPS antenna. Honestly everything needed plus a little extra. Oh, and the antenna/microphone connections give plenty of room to access them.
A few other neat features I'm discovering are the ability to drop volume while reversing (I turned this off). Ability to reverse the view on the camera if needed (not needed for me, but nice). Also you can disable the check for the brake signal to play video. That way no hacks are needed to get it to work, though since I have no external video hooked up it's not a problem for me. Oh, it also has a preset boot volume which i may turn on.
The one odd thing - this is the first stereo that I've been able to turn ALL the way up without begging for mercy. The speakers are starting to distort a little at those volumes, so it's not like I need it... and it could also be that I had the rear seats down, thus muffling the rear speakers... but its something to consider if you are looking to make your ears bleed :)
I reached out literally after I purchased to see if they would send one out they didn’t so make sure you use the coupon before you buy!!! Great radio 5 stars. In my other cars I have similar radios including the atoto brand and others like that but this one takes the cake. Number 1 android radio in my book!
I did knock 1 star off by review, initially, but, decided to add it back on. Realistically, for the price, the aesthetic and performance is unmatched.
- 10.1" screen that CAN be seen during the day (unless you have polarized lenses, then it can be a little rough).
- TRUE 50x4 speaker output.
- Full DSP suite with JOYINGs own pre-programmed settings (which work well on their own, but, it was built to customize).
- Customizable multi-band equalizer that goes as far as to allow you to change (up or down) the total number of adjustable bands (sound engineer... Soooo I have it set to max). You can even go as far as to change the frequency-band scaling!
- Great backup camera software that you can program to define the input type (for HD cameras).
- Full Google Play Store compatibility (keep in mind it's Android 8.1).
- Assignable steering wheel controls
- The company goes above and beyond to continuously update these units to add new features AND fix OS glitches. Since purchasing, I have installed 5 updates (the last one gave this unit BT5.1, upgrading from BT5.0). When I first bought it over a year ago, I will tell you there were significant OS glitches. But, their team was ON IT, and quickly released patches that fixed them.
- The audio quality is SUPERB! No ground loop hissing, no clicking, no high-volume voltage drop or impedance phasing.
- The customization options feels so open! They give you access to the "developer" settings. Access to pretty much all the hardware/software hand-shaking--BT/wifi/4G protocols, various audio output/speaker variables, GPS pingback/multi-link, brightness/contrast/dim intensity when headlights are on.
- Initial boot time is about 15 seconds (not unlike my old Kenwood DDMX). Fast boot is nearly instant, though!
- Occasionally, when I first got it, it would overheat on a hot day (FL hot: like, 100F at 100% humidity). This was either addressed in a OS update, or, it's just cuz it has a "break-in period". Don't know which.
- The screen doesn't tilt on this model.
- I have noticed on rare occasion it has a mind of its own! Like, if a song is loud and I go to turn it down--sometimes it reads the down button as my steering wheel as UP (my theory: it just really likes the songs I'm trying to turn down)
- [Fixed by OS update] The Google Play Store verification system detects it as an "unregistered device".
- The 4G will randomly not work on start-up. This is always fixed with a quick/convenient restart. It's Android, so, at the end of the day--you shouldn't expect it to not give you the hassles/hiccups a traditional feature-packed tablet/phone will.
- Google Play Music app occasionally crashes. But, this could be a Google > Joying problem, not the other way around. It's really rare and simply reopening the app and changing the song fixes it (clearly a cached data issue from being turned off mid-song during the last drive).
- The JOYING weather app WILL NOT change from C to F (only a problem with us pesky Americans)! Lol
- The touch-buttons... Ohh those are the only thing I REALLY have a complaint about. They are not very sensitive and clearly the touch-sensors don't entirely line up with the illuminated buttons.