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by matt hatch on 24/05/2013
Just got the galaxy s4. Doesn't work Atm but since its a bee phone ill let it slide. Anybody have news on it?
by Rohan Kapoor on 21/05/2013
Brilliant application by Pioneer appreciate the work, but please try to bring an update so we can have touch input for our home screen applications as well on AVH-X8590BT. :-)
by Eric Rubalcaba on 20/05/2013
I recently installed an AVH-X5500BHS in my car and this app is not syncing through Bluetooth on my Galaxy Note 2.
by Daryl Raverty on 16/05/2013
Barely works at all. HTC ONE. New update has tiny icons. They removed the option of larger icons too. Pioneer Appradio. Do not get one.
by Dale Jacobs on 30/04/2013
Not compatible with my S2
by Kent Hulett on 29/04/2013
Running the Pioneer AVH-X8500BHS with the Galaxy Note II. Works as advertised. Currently only a few apps available which is why it gets 4 stars. Definitely not a selling point for Pioneer. But all audio/video syncs up from the phone as expected. Pandora w
by Johnson ng on 28/04/2013
by Mark Watson on 19/04/2013
there should be a law to stop shite like this getting to market
by jorge banda on 16/04/2013
by Adrian Kaufman on 12/04/2013
More stable. But why are you only making changes on japanese?
by Bryan Christiansen on 12/04/2013
After having to connect 2 to 3 times every time I hot in my car I finally deleted. BT connects automatically now. Although I can't use the apps now, it's not like I could use them before anyway.
by ismael madrigal on 04/04/2013
Why did you remove map search???? Wow
by Jason Taylor on 30/03/2013
Application remains running when exited. Headunit fails to connect to AppRadio however Voice and Phonebook via BT to headunit OK. Application crashes. USB Headunit reports incompatible USB device when phone attached via USB input - (not app related, but w
by Christopher Hiatt on 30/03/2013
C'mon Pioneer. You can do better than this. Even Chevy manages to let you control Pandora via Android and Bluetooth (without cable) in their new MyLink equipped vehicles. Why MUST the cable be connected AND Bluetooth paired to work Pandora on my Android p
by Marlon Villatoro on 23/03/2013
Pioneer can do better. I wonder why they are holding nacho this radio? They are about to become the IBM of headunits if they don't open this up like the app radio liberator does.
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