It's a Parrot Android Classic. Looks good in the specs, reviews prove otherwise. The only reason we think it's in the 4C is because it doesn't weigh very much and the depth is very shallow.sotoole said:Doesn't appear to be a glovebox. Is the radio unit an aftermarket one - don't recognise what it is, maybe its touchscreen.
There's been a firmware upgrade that stops the bugs. At least it did on mine. It also erases the Alfa logo. Apart from that, it has a seriously slow processor and android 1.5Hopefully Parrot will have fixed all the issues by the time the 4C arrives? It's only taken them a year to get to BETA v2.0 of the firmware. I don't have an issue with the head unit (it does everything I want), just the apparent bugs!!!
I'm really not that unhappy (have an ipod connected, but the radio is ok as well). And that coming from 10-speaker Bose in 911. It's not great, don't get me wrong, but it's ok in my opinion.There's been a firmware upgrade that stops the bugs. At least it did on mine. It also erases the Alfa logo. Apart from that, it has a seriously slow processor and android 1.5
But above all I regret not deleting it since we are basically sitting in front of an engine, without exhaust to speak off and no sound dampening. Radio is a non-topic unless standing still with engine switched off.