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Even as freeware, there are no restrictions meaning no limitations, nags or watermarks. As an added bonus, this program also works wonderfully on Windows 7 (32-bit and 64-bit) and is offered by AVS for free personal use.

AVS Media Player is software which can play DVD video.

  • Android Video Player is a powerful video player that allows you to comfortably and quickly watch almost any video on your Android device. The app is completely compatible with the most popular video formats including AVI, 3GP, M4V, MOV, MP4, WMV, RMVB, MKV, TS, MPG and FLV.

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This download is licensed as freeware for the Windows (32-bit and 64-bit) operating system on a laptop or desktop PC from video players without restrictions. AVS DVD Player FREE is available to all software users as a free download for Windows.

MX Player has a neat and easy to use interface. It supports almost all the video and audio file formats. MX Player is known to be one of the first.

Many functions can be easily operated using voice commands, multimedia commander or touch screen. For safety reasons, touch screen operations are disabled when the vehicle is in motion. However, the multimedia commander and voice recognition remain fully functional. Some features require data usage; check your plan to see if additional fees. I found out you can play video files from the USB port in the Mazda Connect System so had to share the news #jamesortonyoutube #992cast #mazdaconnect.

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  3. Major release: AVS Media Player 5.2

Download links:

Latest AA Release
Latest AA W/ Beta Features (if there is one)

Old Versions

Beta releases will have 1 or more features from the next version but official releases will have more stable code.
v1.06b(Car GPS disabled)
Mirror for v1.05b, v1.06 & v1.06b
Another Mirror for v1.06
Mirror for v1.07
v1.10+ (Without HUD because feature was unstable)
v1.14b by Radarwild

For more information visit the Headunit Repositoryor visit this mazda3revolution thread.

Instructions for Android Auto Wireless Support (v1.09+):

Initial wireless connection

  1. PHONE: Enable Developer Settings on Android Auto
  2. CAR : Start car
  3. PHONE: Create a personal hotspot
  4. CAR : Connect Wifi to personal hotspot

Run headunit-wireless

  1. PHONE: Open Android Auto app and go to “about”. Open the menu and tap “Start Head unit Server”
  2. CAR: Android Auto Headunit will start automatically


  1. CAR: Exit Headunit
  2. PHONE: Stop Head unit Server. Disable developer mode (options).
  3. CAR: Disconnect personal hotspot
  4. PHONE: disable personal hotspot

Changelog since v1.0:

  • v1.03:
    • Bluetooth calling issue resolved with patch to sound config files
    • Audio streams adjusted
    • Video focus is lost at beginning and end of a Bluetooth call
  • v1.04
    • Bluetooth calling issue completely resolved (no patch needed)
    • MZD multicontroller buttons mapped:
      • Nav - AA home
      • FAV () - Regain video focus
      • Call - AA Phone context or Answer calls
      • Call End - End Call
    • Tap textarea on credits screen to view headunit.log
  • v1.05
    • Video Focus on Bluetooth calls issue resolved
  • v1.06
    • AA Log scrollable (credits screen)
    • Some Audio volume/quality issues resolved
  • v1.07
    • GPS code rewritten to be more stable and work in parallel with MZD Navigation
    • AA Media registered on its own separate stream (resolves multiple audio focus issues)
    • Remapped FAV () Button - Switch audio focus to MZD Entertainment
    • Control USB audio with prev/next buttons (when it has audio focus)


Windows 10, VirtualBox VM Manager, Ubuntu v16.04 64-bit

OR just Ubuntu Ubuntu v16.04 64-bit as the main OS.

Required Knowledge:

To Run: Ability to follow these instructions, create a Virtual Machine, use a command line interface, and basic understanding of git and bash shell scripting.
To Develop: At least one or more of: C, C++, JavaScript, Linux/Bash Scripting, Android, gstreamer(0.10 & 1.0).

Required Hardware:

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Android Phone: v5+ with Android Auto App installed and USB Debugging Enabled.
USB Bluetooth Receiver: or built in Bluetooth receiver.

Part 1: Virtual Machine

If you already know how to do this or are already on Ubuntu/Linux skip to part 2 These are instructions for Windows 10 and Ubuntu 16.04(64-bit) but any recent Mac OS and Linux distro should work just as well.
- Create an Ubuntu (Linux) Virtual Machine and boot up Linux with a disk image from the link above
- Give plenty of allowed RAM and Disk Space (you can use VDI Virtual Disk Image) and complete the installation
- While the installation is running, you can set up your USB devices (phone and Bluetooth) to connect automatically in settings>USB. When adding a device erase all entries except for name, Vendor ID, and Product ID (you can delete Product ID field too if your phone is having issues reconnecting). Then after they are set up disconnect them until the installation is finished and the system reboots.
- When Ubuntu is finished installing, try connecting your USB devices. In the menu under devices>USB there should be a check mark next to your Bluetooth receiver and phone. If there isn’t try to connect them, if you are getting an error you might need to fix your drivers like I did. I had to do this to get my USB devices to work Method No. 2
- By now you should have a fully functional Ubuntu Virtual Machine running with working USB drivers to use your devices.

Part 2: From 0 to AA

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Once Ubuntu is all set up this is the complete set of commands to take you from 0 to Android Auto in about 30-60 minutes:

Now you have the Android Auto Ubuntu Emulator Installed, every time you want to open the emulator back up you just enter the command:

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To compile a headunit binary for use in the car run:

I hope this will lead to more programmers who did not want to bother installing a new operating system or spend a lot of time figuring out how to set up the development environment and whatnot to contribute to the Android Auto project. I tried to make these instructions as simple, clear, and straightforward as possible but if there are any ambiguities or you have an improvement or suggestion for this tutorial shoot me an email. To all my fellow HaXors out there Happy Hacking!
NOTES: You may need to manually reconnect your phone if it is disconnected by AA. You need to have your phone in MTP mode (you can try PTP as well) to make the adb connection properly. if you are having trouble connecting you may be using an incompatible Bluetooth receiver.

AA Headunit app repository:<//>

These are the dependencies:<//>


Now that you have Ubuntu set up and the Mazda arm toolchain installed you can also compile and run the CastScreen-Receiver:

To start again: