How about android auto wireless adapter for Tundra?
I just got my Binize android auto wireless adapter today and had it up and running literally in minutes in my 2022 Toyota Tundra. I normally use Apple CarPlay but wanted to be able to get to some Android apps and have more overall flexibility than Apple allows. With the Binize adapter you simply plug it in, wait for the prompt, continue, and after a quick reboot you're in to Android Auto. Setup your WiFi and you're off to the races. To top it off, they even have a way to switch to Apply CarPlay right from Android Auto which I was pleasantly surprised to see. It's great to be able to use either of those and switch between them easily.
The only issues I've hit so far has been trying to drag and drop some icons around on the screen. I'll get a message about an app (likely a background service) having an issue but it's a minor problem. There's a firmware update I can do that may fix that. Aside from that issue, calls work great, music works great, and I can even install apps like Netflix, Vudu, HBO Max, YouTube, etc. (not to be used while driving of course - although they work fine....my son tried a YouTube video as a passenger).
I reached out to their tech support about a firmware update of Binize android auto wireless adapter and received a reply back in literally 5 minutes. I was very surprised and impressed by that since getting customer service from a vendor on Amazon is normally challenging. The person helping me sent the info I needed and was very responsive and nice to interact with.
We'll see how it works out over time especially since I live in an area that gets really hot in the summer, but I'm hoping it holds up well. So far it has exceeded my expectations - glad I decided to buy it.
Btw, I also want to have a simple introduction of my 2022 Toyota Tundra, maybe you will be more understandable of why we choose Binize wireless adapter.
The 2022 Toyota Tundra pickup will offer an all-new monster.
It's powered by an all-new 437-horsepower twin-turbocharged V-6 hybrid engine, air springs, a 14.0-inch touchscreen and luxury trims as standard. But as you can see in the picture, It’s not a android system car radio, which is a little bit unhappy about that.Although it is said to be thousands of dollars more expensive than the top trim levels of the Ford F-150, Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and Ram 1500.
A very important sign of the intelligence of the car is to connect to the network, and the Android system provides a very convenient function of networking, which is not easy on the traditional WINCE platform, which is also one of the things I prefer to have an Android car system.