it's been a long time since i last had a car pc in my car.. but being disappointed with the standard car sterio that gm put in the 2007 suburban (with sat nav) i really feel the urge to try once more :) .. only now it won't run windows or linux, now i want it to run android preferably with tomtom as my nav software and among other things a dab plus tuner. this is so far only a collection of links and resources where i collect information eventually leading to building a carpc based on android.
fastboot getvar all (bootloader) product: herring (bootloader) version-hardware: REV 51 (bootloader) version-baseband: I9020XXKB1 (bootloader) version-bootloader: I9020XXKA3 (bootloader) secure: yes (bootloader) unlocked: yes (bootloader) off-mode-charge: 1 all: finished. total time: 0.004s
change off-mode-charge setting (if it was not listed before, try to set it anyway, it might still work, did so on my nexus 7 with CWM)
fastboot oem off-mode-charge 0
there are also a few complete units out there, but they all seem to have alot of proprietary hardware embedded (like the gps receiver, radio integration etc.) and run an old android version (2.2 and 2.3) without a chance of an update any time soon because of the proprietary hardware and therefore the lack of kernel module sourcecode.. anyhow, they would probably be cheaper and easyer to install. things that keep me from buying such a unit