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Has anyone figured out if there are any hacks available for the BeSpoke Audio head unit with GPS? Or if there's any way to update the software? I ask because my iM came with the stock radio and I upgraded to the GPS and the software on the GPS model appears to be older than the version of software on the stock radio.
 

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Has anyone figured out if there are any hacks available for the BeSpoke Audio head unit with GPS? Or if there's any way to update the software? I ask because my iM came with the stock radio and I upgraded to the GPS and the software on the GPS model appears to be older than the version of software on the stock radio.
I being looking for it for a while... Im trying to do Carplay but I don't even know the head unit model number I went trought Pioneer website to get the Carplay but I got stucked.... can you help me and tell me how you did the GPS ? I have Scion iM 2016 and I don't know how can I update Gracenote or System so please if you can help me would be great
 

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I being looking for it for a while... Im trying to do Carplay but I don't even know the head unit model number I went trought Pioneer website to get the Carplay but I got stucked.... can you help me and tell me how you did the GPS ? I have Scion iM 2016 and I don't know how can I update Gracenote or System so please if you can help me would be great
Our car's headunit does not have Carplay available. I really wish it had Carplay/Android Auto. A real oversight in our cars. Still, using the Bluetooth connection gets most things done.

As to adding GPS: http://www.scionimforum.com/forum/44561-post13.html Many of us are simply using our phone's GPS.

If you need GPS and Carplay you would be better off buying an aftermarket headunit: Find what fits your car - Crutchfield
 

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On my 2015XB, I installed a navigation module from a Prius C. It was plug and play just like the scion module. You do need register with Toyota Entude and enter a VIN number. I whent to a car auction site online and used a VIN from a totaled car that for sure could not be brought back to life. I like the the Toyota maping software better but I like Aaha too. In the end I decided I liked the music better than maping, I hardly us the GPS.

Anyone one know the demensions of the radio hole in the dash trim? I'm wondering if the IM radio will fit in the XB. With the controls on one side and the 7inch screen, it is possible that the demensions did not change much.
 
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