mUI app for android

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Re: mUI app for android

Post by Hilly-Billy-13 » Sat 22. Nov 2014, 04:25

Should be "Do you have anything planned for those of us whose cars/engines are "old School" and aren't running Digifant or similar injection systems?
Thanks, Bill"

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Re: mUI app for android

Post by bofh » Mon 24. Nov 2014, 15:19

Multidisplay itself don't needs an ecu. So it's running fine in old school cars.

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Re: mUI app for android

Post by Hilly-Billy-13 » Fri 5. Dec 2014, 01:21

Will the Android UI work on a VW type 1 with out fuel injection?

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Re: mUI app for android

Post by bofh » Fri 5. Dec 2014, 14:37

yes, it works with the multidisplay hardware which is independent from a specific ecu.
there a enhancements for special ecus (currently Digifant 1 (VW G60 engine) and in the future M2.9/3.8 (VW VR6) ) but these things are optional.
the multidisplay itself is not dependent on any ecu (and so are the smartphone / pc apps)

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Re: mUI app for android

Post by AndiK » Wed 17. Dec 2014, 22:48

Hab jetzt mal das Bluetoothmodul angeschlossen und die Beta Version auf meinem Handy installiert. Funktioniert soweit alles, aber mir stellt sich die Frage ob es da einen Menü Knopf oder ähnliches gibt. Ich Frage deshalb, weil mein Handy (HTC ONE mini) keinen festen Menü Buton hat, müsste also wenn möglich dann irgendwo auf dem Bildschirm ein Menü angebracht werden. Ist das irgendwie möglich ?

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Re: mUI app for android

Post by designer2k2 » Sat 20. Dec 2014, 08:25

glaube aktuell nicht, bofh, eventuell über einen klick auf das Dashboard?
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Re: mUI app for android

Post by bofh » Sat 20. Dec 2014, 09:20

ich glaub man kann doch von oben runterwischen um das Menü sichtbar zu machen? klappt zumindest im simulator wenn keine hardware tasten vorhanden sind.
auf echter hardware hab ich das noch nie ausprobiert weil mein S2 hardware tasten hat.

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Re: mUI app for android

Post by AndiK » Sat 20. Dec 2014, 10:36

Ich hab das eben noch ma probiert. Wenn ich nach unten ziehe kommt nur die Statusleiste vom Handy (Uhr, Empfang, Akku usw).

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Re: mUI app for android

Post by bofh » Sun 4. Jan 2015, 00:00

new version with support for smartphones without hardware keys
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neue Version mit Support von Smartphones ohne hardware-Tasten

http://mycorrado.de/public/multidisplay ... se-1.0.apk

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Re: mUI app for android

Post by bofh » Wed 6. Jan 2016, 19:43

available for free in google play store:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/deta ... matics.mui

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