Yes -- the screen is actually brighter on the JK2001!timmy wrote:Did you guys happen to make the screen any brighter? The JK1001 screen is not bright enough when you have the top and doors off on a sunny day. In the pics on the flier, it looks like you chose not to in-set the LCD display like it was before. Without it being deeply in-set, it's absolutely going to need to be a brighter screen to see it when the sun is pounding down on you.
Nope. We're using an octa-core (8 core) CPU from Rockchip. RK3368timmy wrote: Is this using the RK3188 chipset?
Yes, we removed the DVD player although we didn't necessarily think of it of having less intelligence then any other DVD player.timmy wrote: I see you finally removed the stupid DVD player/slot (or maybe you hid it behind a fold-down face?)
By removing it, we were able to add a bigger touch screen display as well as make the entire face of the unit IP66 waterproof. In addition, Insane Audio's new JK2001 now has no moving parts and is entirely solid state. Resolution is 800 x 480.
We definitely disagree with you on this one, Timmy! The AMS button has a very real purpose and lots of customers love it. When driving out of town, instead of fiddling with the touch screen you can press AMS and it will automatically set your presets for you. Then you can toggle through them while using the steering wheel controls. It's a great way to keep your eyes on the road and focus but still be able to tune into local radio while on a road trip. That's the intent of that button/feature.timmy wrote: You SERIOUSLY did not keep the retarded AMS hard button! Oh my word, most useless button ever.
If you come to our shop in June Lake, CA and offer to buy the guys a round of beers.. they might just do it for you. In general, however, we don't root devices for customers because of the things one can inadvertently do (i.e. try to install a ROM that is designed for a phone and you'll brick the device). There is no bloatware on our device and it's a fully open android version so you can download any apps you want. Are you rooting just for the sake of doing so or is there a specific thing you are trying to do that requires root access? Again -- there are no restrictions with our product so you really shouldn't need root. There is no custom rom that would work because our product has all kinds of custom hardware that is tightly integrated with the OS version we supply.timmy wrote: Is there any chance you guys pre-root'd the Android OS so we don't have to?