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Volume level depending on speed (auto)
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Could not find such settings. Miss it much compared to factory VW unit.

I would not need it much if driving wheel volume control worked properly. Now when I make one click DOWN of volume drum on wheel, volume goes UP one step - one has to rotate further, which also never happened on factory equipment.

Surprisingly the function is needed not only on highways, but also on jammed city streets in start-stop mode...
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(09-13-2017, 04:46 PM)Andy2000 Wrote: Could not find such settings. Miss it much compared to factory VW unit.

I would not need it much if driving wheel volume control worked properly. Now when I make one click DOWN of volume drum on wheel, volume goes UP one step - one has to rotate further, which also never happened on factory equipment.

Surprisingly the function is needed not only on highways, but also on jammed city streets in start-stop mode...

1. "Volume level depending on speed" - such feature does not exist on the Joying units
2. "when I make one click DOWN of volume drum on wheel, volume goes UP one step" - I have a Ford and I had the NEXT and PREV buttons reversed, the issue was from the CAN box decoder on the harness... I did not find any solution (there is no way to reprogram the CAN box with proper codes for decoding correctly the CAN messages) so I bypassed the CAN box and connected the unit directly to the resistive steering wheel buttons and programmed their functions via the unit software.
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For (1), keep your eyes on this thread and it will eventually become possible...
https://forum.carjoying.com/thread-1220-aosp.html

Right now I'm working on building control interfaces for the sound controller and MCU. I have the sound controller fully under my control, so technically, I could implement speed-volume control right now (using speed readings from GPS), but the software isn't in a "daily driver" state just yet. I should be able to get it there in a few days. Basically, I need to be able to automate a couple of things, and make it able to receive signals to change the volume from.

I'm not promising to actually implement the speed-volume controller, but I am building software in open source, so anybody who wants to can certainly add features, and that really isn't a complicated feature.
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