Bought niftycity module for my Nissan Skyline works flawlessly. instructions provided easy installation definitely I recommend.
I’m impressed. I wish I had done this earlier. The support is surprisingly good. Highly recommend I’ve got a 2014 skyline crossover gt370 P AWD. It’s an import, right hand drive (need to go into settings of the device OS for this so AC etc is in the correct side - support gave me this info quickly via WhatsApp) with Japanese menus and writing on the buttons. No issues with integration though. Got the advanced model, wireless CarPlay and stand alone GPS. I now have wireless CarPlay, no more trying to decipher Japanese menus and running everything via the Bluetooth oem (which is all in Japanese) Install was easier than expected but not for the faint hearted . Video of dash dismantle was of a slightly different model (I have a rare-ish crossover) but similar enough (put the shifter to reverse to get bottom plate off). Wiring wasn’t difficult. Take photos as you go along to make replacing cables easier. It’s tight, but anyone with a modicum of diy experience can do it. I have cheap plastic dash dismantle tools from eBay - only a few bucks - makes getting dash component off easy. I used a coat hanger to pull the cables down to the passenger footwell, my hands were too fat to feed the cable down. I would suggest a video of carplay set up would help. But a bit of what’s app talking got me done quickly enough. Their replies were super quick. My hint, disconnect Bluetooth from the OEM Bluetooth, connect to CarPlay system, then set up. I had to reset a few times before the setup was stable. A bit of video or documentation of the device software would help. Now that I’ve done it it’s easy, but was a bit confusing the first time. I’ve never used CarPlay before either. Put my device in the carpet on the passenger side. I have a gps unit which in my car sits neatly near the device on a shelf under the glove box. No room in dash for the device on the later model cars. Easy run of audio cable to centre box, tucking the cable up under the centre console, to the centre box. where the AUX plate just unclips. Can attach on the inside if you want to dismantle the wiring on the back of the Aux plate. or Run the cable under the plate, there’s enough give to run the cable under it, into the centre box, and just plugged in. It looks neat, works well, CarPlay connects when the car starts. Takes about a minute to load up but that’s not too bad. Siri works via a button on the dash. That’s fantastic, because it means I can do so many things via voice (like open my wifi connected garage doors). Volume buttons on steering wheel work, forward and back on steering wheel on music podcasts works, touch screen runs in CarPlay perfectly, swaps to camera with reverse as it should. Answer phone button on steering wheel doesn’t work with car play only with oem Bluetooth. but I’m told that’s jist how it is. Can answer calls via touch screen no problems so this isn’t really an issue. Can make calls either via touch screen or Siri Overall this is a great machine. Not cheap, but it does exactly what it says it does, but better and more seamlessly than I expected. This is not cheap junk, this is the real deal.