ATOTO in-Dash Double Din Digital Media Car Stereo – CarPlay & Android Auto Receiver w/ Bluetooth, Phone Mirroring (Auto Link) AM/FM Radio Tuner,USB Video & Audio (SA102 Starter)
(as of Mar 03,2021 09:11:17 UTC – Details)
Builtin Apple CarPlay and Android Auto features seamlessly integrate your smartphone with the SA102’s built-in display and controls via USB connection. Now you can make phone calls, access your music, send and receive messages, get directions, and more while you stay focused on the road. Both Android Auto & iOS CarPlay available in ATOTO SA102 means your family and you (as the driver), are not always limited to either of the two phone OS camps, now or later.
Easy Operation. When the phone is connected to SA102 via USB, the system will automatically detect and run either Android Auto or CarPlay immediately,based on phone opeartion system. You are free from tapping “CarPlay” or “Andriod Auto” icon manually. Other than speaking out, you are now able to wake up siri or Google Assistant by pressing the physical key on SA102, or your steering wheel audio key (if applicable), or the voice key from ATOTO wireless IR remote
ATOTO SA102 has almost all the vital features you can expect from a common car stereo: (1). AM/FM radio tuner; (2). BT handsfree & A2DP music streaming; (3). USB Playback, (4). Backup Camera Input; (5). SeamlessPhone Integrations. The ATOTO SA102 Starter requires user to use factory/original USB Cable that comes with the phone for Android Auto / CarPlay connection. Non-manufacturer made USB cable may leads to connection issues such as black screen, or unstable connection.
The ATOTO SA102 Starter allows users to cast what’s running on their phone’s screen to its 7in screen via specific EasyConnection app. So some apps that are not supported by CarPlay or Android Auto (for example, Youtube) can still be displayed on SA102’s screen via this option. It is compatible with Android & iOS smartphones.
With ATOTO SA102 Series installed in your car, you are no longer forced to replace your car stereo every one or two years in order to keep up with the latest consumer electronics functions.