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Great job! Thanks for the detailed write up! I plan to do this soon.
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Do you plan on drilling a small hole in your ac vent to cool the tablet?

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No, I have no plans to ever drill into my AC, ever. I saw another guy did that and I wondered what the f*cking point was. I know that there is some worry about certain li-pol batteries overheating and catching fire, but why exactly would it overheat when you're in the car, engine running, and the AC is blowing or windows are open? The only worry about the distant, remote possibility of a li-pol battery overheating is when the car is off, windows closed, direct sunlight hitting the car, interior over 130 degrees, etc.. So if the only issues are when the car is OFF, what's the point of drilling holes in your AC system? Exactly none.


On another topic though, has anyone ever thought of using a 12v-AC inverter to power the Nexus instead of the 12v-usb thing? That would allow you to use the actual wall plug in nexus charger , which would definitely always keep it charging faster than you need.

The Powergen charger is a piece of crap, and does not charge the nexus worth a damn. I already ordered a different 12v-usb adapter. Definitely DON"T GET THE SHITTY POWERGEN.

This is what I am thinking of trying next, maybe not this specific one, but along these lines

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I think this will be perfect. I get wall outlet full speed charging.

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Oh before you guys ask- the reason I chose that specific one ( i just checked out about 100 different ones on amazon ). It's small, has no internal cooling fan, barely gets warm, operates silently, and only provides the power I need ( 30 watts max ) so there's no real risk of popping fuses or anything burning out. I think this will definitely work very well!

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I remember a guy mentioning he used a power investor in the nexus 7 installed thread.

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The USB charger I bought was an Enercel 4.2amp model. Dual USB charging @2.1amps each port. My plan on it was to break it apart, solder in 2 leads to the power pick ups for the cig adapter and hard wire back to a dedicated 12v source with inline fuse. This way your tablet is always getting juice whether the car is on or not. It can be hidden away behind the control bezel and secured to something with zip ties so not to bounce around and be annoying. Of course, you'll have to find a different method for Tasker or Automate to send the tablet to sleep mode and shut down any running apps.

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excellent write up, cant wait to get try this myself. One question i have tho, down the road if i decide to go back to stock, will the factory bezel fit? or is it going to be all messed up because of the cutting that had to be done to get the new bezel to fit?
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The factory bezel might actually still fit, you do have to cut off the lower two mounting tabs, but the two on the side are still there. The top part will go back no problem, the front part should still be able to be held on by two clips.

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Nice write up man. I'm using a power inverter with my Acer A100 at the moment, no probs. I plan to use it with my Nexus 7 FHD too once it comes in. Technically using an inverter is a little inefficient, because you're converting dc to ac then back dc again. It works well though so I guess it's not a big deal.
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So I decided to pull the tablet out of the car last night, and unlock and root it.

I used Wugs Toolkit to do the unlock and root. You can get it here:

[Toolkit] Wug's Nexus Root Toolkit v1.7.2 [Updated 08/26/13] - xda-developers

Pretty easy process but it took a while.

ProTip: If you use Windows 8, use the RAW Driver option when you do the USB driver setup.

The downside is that rooting and unlocking wiped my device, and I have to start all over again with the configuration..

The second downside is that once you're rooted, an Over the Air update will wipe out your root and put you back to an un-rooted status.

The upside is that the rooting, as far as my particular install goes, is that it opens up new options in AutomateIt, such as the ability to set macros for airplane mode and gps radio on/off, among other things.

Also, if you select the "custom recovery" option, it will disable OTA updates and you don't ever have to worry about losing your root.

The app itself is pretty easy to use, not quite iOS jailbreak easy, but not brain busting either. It took me under an hour to figure it all out and get it done the first time through




So I have now added the rules:

Power disconnected- disable gps
Power connected- enable gps

I tried setting Airplane Mode with the rules, since it shows up in AutomateIt now, but it didn't seem like it was working, so I went back to setting individual rules for each wireless radio. If I could get that airplane mode rule working properly, you could really simplify the rules, down to about 6 total.

I think my AC inverter will be delivered today!

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What are your thoughts on this charger.

http://www.scosche.com/chargers/powe...ia-920-charger

Also I didn't find the "Kensington ground loop isolator" but a "Kensington noise reducing aux cable" instead on amazon. It looks exactly the same but costs $15?

How many feet would you say your Kensington was short by.

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Kepone, Can't thank you enough for the shopping list. Bought all on Amazon it will be here tomorrow. I have a Magellan installed now, so this will be a great upgrade.

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The Duracell mini inverter unit seems to work well so far, fits well in the area below the shifter panel also. I'm sending back the powergen and the iflash 12v-usb chargers.

Metal, go the inverter route. Let me have a few more days to test it ( up to a week maybe ), but it seems to be the best option. That schosche you posted is the third one I had considered, but then I decided to chance it and go with the inverter.

The Kensington noise reducing aux cable is the correct one, it's really a ground loop isolator just with a different name. You can really buy any ground loop isolator, they all work exactly the same. I just picked the Kensington because it's small, and the cable is tangle free and fabric braided so it's easy to route it. It was definitely too short by at least 3 feet.

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I don't have the home adapter so my best choice would be to buy a car adapter instead if buying the inverter and home adapter. I was able to find a seller on eBay for the original dual USB charger from scosche that everyone uses.

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i wouldn't bother will these giant adapters.

just buy a 12v usb cigarette lighter that's 2.1 amps and blam you'll never get your battery dying again

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btw the home adapter it comes with is only 1.35amps compared to the cigarette ones you can get which are 2.1amps (aka quick chargers)

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Any way to do this install on a car that has the factory navigation? Yeah, I didn't think so...

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Any way to do this install on a car that has the factory navigation? Yeah, I didn't think so...
Yes. I know Gary (dbigboi) has it done. You loose access to your hazard button and the air bag light gets tucked in behind the console as well. The hazard button could be extended and located somewhere else. I don't think anyone has done this yet though. I would imagine that using the blank button under the TSC would be the cleanest solution but your still without the airbag light.


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Any way to do this install on a car that has the factory navigation? Yeah, I didn't think so...
I'll post pics when I get my parts in.

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