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My homebrew D2B aux input adapter

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Old 10-28-2015, 12:08 PM
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Originally Posted by veffremov View Post
Early stage, I'm able to play music via the aux in. The control is via PC at the moment, once I iron-out the issues would move it to a standalone micro-controller.

It should work with my Jag setup as well. I'll try it in the next few days.

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Hello Veff. Have you any book explaining the D2B system or any bibliography?

Thanks.
 
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Originally Posted by TheJokerman View Post
Hello Veff. Have you any book explaining the D2B system or any bibliography?

Thanks.
I have not found any books, there is some very basic info you can find with google, but it is rudimentary.
 
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Hello veffremov, do you know the bus-system of the D2B-cdc-connector (17 pins)?

I have a s-type 2003 3,0





and i want to change the cdc to USB-reader/player (not bluetooth). Adn i want still controll the system by using the display. Can you help me?
 
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Hello veffremov, great, what you can.
Do you know the bus-system of the D2B-cdc-connector (17 pins)?

I have a s-type 2003 3,0





and i want to change the cdc to USB-reader/player (not bluetooth). Adn i want still controll the system by using the display. Can you help me?
 
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@ZWille,

I'm a bit confused by the question. The D2B bus runs on two fiber optic wires - for example in your second picture the cable with yellow label phone/voice...module. There is a third wire which is electrical called WakeUp - it is in cobbled together with other cables on each device - no really standard for it's location. You can download the electrical diagrams for your car and find it there.

The electrical connector for the CDC has only 3 pins - GND, 12V battery and the WakeUp signal. The 12V is in the middle.
 
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Originally Posted by veffremov View Post
@ZWille,

I'm a bit confused by the question. The D2B bus runs on two fiber optic wires - for example in your second picture the cable with yellow label phone/voice...module. There is a third wire which is electrical called WakeUp - it is in cobbled together with other cables on each device - no really standard for it's location. You can download the electrical diagrams for your car and find it there.

The electrical connector for the CDC has only 3 pins - GND, 12V battery and the WakeUp signal. The 12V is in the middle.
Thanks, I talk about the connetor port inside the box (IO board, attachment) mounted at the back of cdc. There are the 17 pins you describe in out txt file.

I am searching for a USB-device intead of the cdc that I can connect to the 17 pins. Do you know something like Dension or Yatour.

Greetings
Kai
 
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That is not a standard connector. I'm not aware of any other device you can connect to it, other than CDC.
 
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Originally Posted by veffremov View Post
That is not a standard connector. I'm not aware of any other device you can connect to it, other than CDC.
Ah OK, that's a pity. But you have your own IO-board and a connection to a raspberry, isn't it? Can I buy such a board?
And would you help me to build a box like yours?

Greetings Kai
 
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Hi Veffremov... new guy here looking for a solution for bluetooth. I have a 2007 x-type estate that has the big screen sat nav. It also has a phone and bluetooth module installed but these are not compatible with my smartphone (Samsung Galaxy J5-2016). Having read the reviews about you bluetooth kit and dongle, I would like to know if you could supply one to me and how much would it cost me, including post to the UK. Thanks for your help and keep up the great work. Cheers. Bob
 
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Originally Posted by veffremov View Post
After about 6 months the project is finally ready for prime time. I got a nice 3D printed blue box.

Somewhere along the way it gained Bluetooth audio streaming, so I can finally listen to pandora in my jag.
Very nice! I would like to do this as well. Where did you get the D2B board? Can you share more details please? The Google Drive is gone.
 
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