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Old 7th November 2015, 21:27   #46
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Main things I need are BT functionality, and rear sensor display, along with the reverse gear mute function.
If you are looking for rear sensor display, please make sure that the rear sensors in your GT have park assist function. In the facelift version of GT TSi, the reverse sensor only has the beep sound indication. It does not have park assist function that is required for RCD510 integration.

In case your car does not have the park assist function, then make sure you get the RCD510 with the reverse camera video input and install a reverse camera.

I too was planning to go for RCD510 + 9W2 combo for bluetooth, reverse parking sensor integration and the OEM look. However, I found (thanks to FrankMehta and Gannu) that my car does not have park assist and hence ordered an android HU instead.
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Hi Gannu,

I have a question about the mic. In my Polo GT TSi, the stock mic that came with the Android HU is not of great quality. The position is also not ideal. I am thinking of upgrading the cabin light assembly to the one you upgraded. This light assembly has a proper slot for microphone.

I found the following part number for the microphone that sits in the slot.

RCD510/RNS510 Mic

I can cut away the connector and solder a shielded cable and route this to the Android HU. However, I have one doubt. Will the mic be compatible with the android HU. Do you have any idea on this?
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I can cut away the connector and solder a shielded cable and route this to the Android HU. However, I have one doubt. Will the mic be compatible with the android HU. Do you have any idea on this?
It should work. The OEM mic has 2 terminals/wires just like a regular mic. If your android HU has a mic input slot with just 2 terminals, this will work.
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No the mic is specific to vw hu like RCD 510. I had tried this but found a solution where you need to disable the mic circuit by soldering onto the driver. I am using the mic with pioneer f60-bt. It should with any headunit after this. I can post images but by tomorrow.
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It should work. The OEM mic has 2 terminals/wires just like a regular mic. If your android HU has a mic input slot with just 2 terminals, this will work.
Thanks Gannu. Yes. The Android HU has a 3mm mono phono jack with 2 wires for the mic. I have ordered the OE mic and reading lamp unit. Will update how this went after the install.
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No the mic is specific to vw hu like RCD 510. I had tried this but found a solution where you need to disable the mic circuit by soldering onto the driver. I am using the mic with pioneer f60-bt. It should with any headunit after this. I can post images but by tomorrow.
Thanks a lot, Sunil. It would be great if you can share details on where I should solder the wire on the RCD510 mic to make it work with other regular HUs.

PS: I had edited my previous post and added a reply to your post yesterday night, but for some reason, it did not get updated. Just noticed it and posting again.
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Hi Ganesh,
I have recently upgraded the RCD300 PLUS to Delphi RCD 510 in my 2012 Jetta comfortline Tdi. Everything works in the 510 except OPS. My car is equipped with both front and rear parking sensors. I can't figure out the reason behind it.
Also when I connected the vcds and clicked '56-Radio' it says 'No response from controller'. Why it's not working. What's the solution?
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Hi Ganesh,
I have recently upgraded the RCD300 PLUS to Delphi RCD 510 in my 2012 Jetta comfortline Tdi. Everything works in the 510 except OPS. My car is equipped with both front and rear parking sensors. I can't figure out the reason behind it.
Also when I connected the vcds and clicked '56-Radio' it says 'No response from controller'. Why it's not working. What's the solution?
Was the key turned to ACC (accessories) when you checked the radio in VCDS? As for the OPS display, maybe the OPS module is not CANBUS compatible like in the current generation Polo/Vento. Your OPS module is located behind the instrument cluster.

Do you get the climatronic display when you change the blower or temperature settings?
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Was the key turned to ACC (accessories) when you checked the radio in VCDS? As for the OPS display, maybe the OPS module is not CANBUS compatible like in the current generation Polo/Vento. Your OPS module is located behind the instrument cluster.

Do you get the climatronic display when you change the blower or temperature settings?
Yes the key was turned to ACC when connected. My car is not equipped with Automatic climate control. So there is no display
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Update: 24/07/2015 - Bluetooth module installation:
Hi Gannu,

I have a July 2012 Vento TDi, which originally came with the RCD 310 with the USB slot (media in) in the glove box. I swapped it with an RCD 510 Bosch unit last year and also added the 9W7 bluetooth module a few weeks back. Everything works fine, expect for the media in option (all other sources like the CD changer, SD Card and Bluetooth streaming work perfectly fine). The media in plays at a very low volume (Media in at its highest volume is barely equivalent to maybe 2 levels above minimum volume for all other options).

Have you come across any such issue being mentioned by anybody anywhere else? Do you have any suggestions to solve this?

Thanks in advance.
Vivek

PS : This is my first post on this wonderful forum

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I have a 2010 Jetta with an rcd510 unit and mfsw. How difficult or easy is it to fix a Bluetooth module for the same? Do I need any extra items apart from just the Bluetooth module ?
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