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【Pumpkin New Arrival】Universal 6.2″ Quad Core Android 4.4 Double Din Car Stereo

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To meet different customers’ demands, Pumpkin has released another stunning universal car stereo (CS-C0249). You can surf the web by connecting via WiFi or by inserting a 3G dongle to access a faster and more stable 3G network. Powering this car DVD player is a PX3 1.6 GHz Cortex A9 Quad core processor that is backed by 1 GB of RAM as well as 16 GB of Nand memory. Never get lost again by using the built-in GPS function to guide you to your chosen destination in the fastest time. With a nice 6.2 inch screen, you can easily navigate around the menus and select functions and features you want on this Android 4.4 double din navigation system. Plus for added safety you can pair your phone with this car entertainment system by using Bluetooth to use the hands-free mode, so that you can use the screen to dial, answer, access phone-book, etc.



  • OS: Android 4.4 Kit Kat
  • CPU: PX3 Cortex A9 Quad Core 1.6GHz
  • RAM: DDR3 1GB
  • Nand Memory: 16GB
  • Audio output: 4*45W max
  • Screen Resolution: 800*480
  • Cold Boot time: about 25-30s
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【Customer Review for Pumpkin】LM-W0675 Toyota Corolla 8” Touch Screen Double Din Bluetooth Car Stereo

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By Thomas Penafiel

  • Very sleek quality looking head unit. This unit fits perfectly into my 2010 Corolla and now it looks more modern. I can’t describe how happy I am.
  • Radio functionality is great. Plenty of preset slots for all of your favorite radio stations, and it will tell you the name of the song and who’s singing it. Besides, the radio automatically shuts off when the phone rings.
  • I purchased a backup camera to use with this and the screen shows a nice clear video feed. It was also very easy to install, and auto switched when I shift the car into reverse (you need to connect the reverse wire for this to work).
  • Bluetooth audio quality is good and CD player is perfect!
  • You can change the boot logo from “DVD” to your car’s manufacturer.
  • GPS load time is about 15-20 seconds, which seems like a long time when comparing to a factory GPS.
  • Sometimes callers have trouble hearing me over Bluetooth when they call.
Overall, I’m quite happy with my purchase. Both of the cons listed are very minor and do not change my overall  opinion of this head unit. I’d recommend it to anyone looking for an economical upgrade to their Toyota Corolla. Nice work, Pumpkin !
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How to Troubleshoot Common Problems with a Double Din Navigation System

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For the high GPS navigation technology, more and more people choose to install their own double din navigation systems. Inevitably, when you run the GPS navigation system, there may be some problems. Some issues need to be resolved by Professionals, but most of problems you can resolve yourself.


1.The GPS navigation unit doesn’t start up/ could not open the GPS navigation unit.
The key isn’t turned to ACC or IGNITION position.
—– Turn the vehicle key to ACC or IGNITION position.
The power cable has not been connected to the GPS navigation unit.
—– Connect the power cable to the GPS navigation unit.
Blown fuse behind the GPS navigation unit or in the radio system.
—– Replace the blown fuse with a fuse of the same amps.
Flat battery.
—– Replace or charge up the flat battery.
The remote controller is running out of battery power.
—– Change the remote control battery.

2.No sound output/could not hear voice/no voice.
Speaker wires are not connected to the GPS navigation unit.
—– Make sure that the speaker wires are properly connected to both the GPS navigation unit and the speakers.
The GPS navigation unit is on “Mute”.
—– Press “Mute” key or VOLUME (+/-) key.
The volume is excessively low.
—– Press VOLUME(+) key.
Front/Rear speaker; Left/Right speaker.
—– Press the remote control panel “OSD” or adjust the “Option” “Audio”.

3.Touch panel is not calibrated.
Press “calibration” to calibrate the monitor again.
—– “Menu”->”Option”->”System”->”calibration”

4.No response from the touch screen.
Possible that the system is still processing the previous task given to it.
—– If there’s still no response after a long period time, please contact the after-sale service department to have this issue looked at.

5.Can not play DVD.
Disc loaded inaccurately.
—– Please load the disc with the graphic side showing towards the windscreen.
Damaged disc.
—– Please clean the disc before reloading it again.
Disc does not play at all.
—– Please check the disc format before playing it.

6.No image from the reversing camera.
Reversing camera is installed, but it is not plugged into the Android car stereo.
—– Connect the reverse camera to the double din stereo, then press the “CDD” button on the remote controller, if it still does not work, please contact your local product distributor/reseller.

7.No GPS reception.
GPS antenna is not plugged in.
—– Plug in the GPS antenna.
No GPS reception in the current location.
—– Please contact your nearest product distributor/reseller for further assistance.

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How to Install an LCD Monitor in Your Car

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Installing an LCD, or liquid crystal display monitor in your car can add a convenient method of visual entertainment, as well as practical functionality. The LCD monitor could be used for watching DVDs, playing video games, or for GPS navigation systems. It can be useful for long trips or just driving around town. To learn how to install an LCD monitor in your car, consider these suggestions.



1.Determine the location for the monitor. When installing an LCD monitor in your car, determining its intended purpose will help you know exactly where it should be installed. If the video playback will be primarily for children, for example, a popular option is to locate the monitor on the back of the front seat headrests for back seat viewing.

2.Disconnect the cables from the vehicle’s battery. Raise the hood and locate the vehicle’s battery. Verify the correct sized wrench or socket and remove the terminal attaching the battery cables to the battery. Disconnecting the battery will help ensure your safety, and protect the electronic components of your vehicle from short circuits.

3.Purchase new headrests with built-in LCD monitors from an electronics dealer. This is the easiest method of installing an LCD monitor for back seat viewers.

  • Remove the old headrests by simply pulling them up from the seats.
  • Insert the new headrests in the same place. Attach the wiring to the DVD or video game player and nearest power source.

Mounting LCD Monitors in the Vehicle Dashboard


  1. Purchase an LCD monitor designed to retrofit the dashboard of your vehicle.This is the best option if the monitor is to be used by the driver and front seat passenger. Using standard tools, locate the screws or pins holding the face plate and any other cover from around the vehicle’s stereo receiver.
  • Unplug the existing wiring harness from the receiver and remove the old unit. Plug in the new LCD monitor unit into the wiring harness and insert it into the dashboard.
  • Reattach the face plate and other covers around the new unit. Take precaution not to strip mounting screws by over tightening.


2.  Reattach the battery cables. Place the terminals back on the battery and tighten with correct sized wrench. Now that the power had been restored, turn the new LCD monitor on and adjust the settings according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Test all the functions of your new unit, including the video and audio.

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