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The Custom Application SDK for the Mazda Infotainment System

It's finally coming. Instead of figuring out each application individually, I created this minimalistic micro framework and runtime that allows you to write and deploy custom applications to the Mazda Infotainment System without the hassles.

It also comes with a 1:1 simulator that allows you to run and debug your applications locally without having to deploy to the Infotainment system.

This project is currently under heavy development but hey, we got an alpha release available. There is little documentation available at this point.

Please contribute if you have the time and the energy.

We have an active Trello board running for organization:

https://trello.com/b/rBEWRDdg/alpha-sprint

If you find CMU values that actually provide meaning, please add them here:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1lkVUzhLEMglb7eFglne1iDiJ5vKMpaoxXKW-7bSZ6Ws/edit#gid=0

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IF YOU USE THIS IN YOUR CAR, PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU HAVE A FIRMWARE VERSION OF V55.x OR HIGHER INSTALLED

Earlier version might be compatible but have not been tested.

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https://github.com/flyandi/mazda-custom-application-sdk

Download the Simulator:

OSX: https://github.com/flyandi/mazda-custom-application-sdk/releases/download/0.0.1-alpha/casdk-simulator-0.0.1-alpha-osx.zip

Win: https://github.com/flyandi/mazda-custom-application-sdk/releases/download/0.0.1-alpha/casdk-simulator-0.0.1-alpha-win32.zip

The runtime SDK with USB installers: https://github.com/flyandi/mazda-custom-application-sdk/releases/download/0.0.1-alpha/casdk-alpha-0.0.2.zip - also needed for the Simulator.

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To get started:

1) Download the runtime SDK which contains the deploy images. Copy and paste the files in deploy/install to an USB stick, plug the stick on your infotainment and reboot your Infotainment system.

2) Download the Simulator

3) Follow the tutorial in the wiki page on GitHub

4) Copy the contents of the folder sdcard to an SDCard and reboot your system.

5) Enjoy your custom applications
 

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The Custom Application SDK for the Mazda Infotainment System

It's finally coming. Instead of figuring out each application individually, I created this minimalistic micro framework and runtime that allows you to write and deploy custom applications to the Mazda Infotainment System without the hassles.

It also comes with a 1:1 simulator that allows you to run and debug your applications locally without having to deploy to the Infotainment system.

This project is currently under heavy development but hey, we got an alpha release available. There is little documentation available at this point.

Please contribute if you have the time and the energy.

We have an active Trello board running as well:

https://trello.com/b/rBEWRDdg/alpha-sprint

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https://github.com/flyandi/mazda-custom-application-sdk

Download the Simulator:

OSX: https://github.com/flyandi/mazda-custom-application-sdk/releases/download/0.0.1-alpha/casdk-simulator-0.0.1-alpha-osx.zip

Win: https://github.com/flyandi/mazda-custom-application-sdk/releases/download/0.0.1-alpha/casdk-simulator-0.0.1-alpha-win32.zip

The runtime SDK with USB installers: https://github.com/flyandi/mazda-custom-application-sdk/releases/download/0.0.1-alpha/casdk-0.0.1-alpha.zip - also needed for the Simulator.

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To get started:

1) Download the runtime SDK which contains the deploy images. Copy and paste the files in deploy/install to an USB stick, plug the stick on your infotainment and reboot your Infotainment system.

2) Download the Simulator

3) Follow the tutorial in the wiki page on GitHub

4) Copy the contents of the folder sdcard to an SDCard and reboot your system.

5) Enjoy your custom applications
Great JOB!!!!!! i'll start to test it today.
 

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currently the install folder in the "casdk-0.0.1-alpha" zip is empty.
According to your instruction ehre should be some files in it....
The uninstall folder has the correct files can you pls re-upload the install directory?

Andy
 

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Amazing work! Very exciting to see such huge progress and what's to come.

I will be first to ask a stupid question. I am trying to load the runtime in the simulator but only get "Loading system runtime from /../mazda-custom-application-sdk/src/runtime", nothing else happens. Am I choosing the wrong directory or missing a setup step? Thanks again
 

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The Custom Application SDK for the Mazda Infotainment System

To get started:

1) Download the runtime SDK which contains the deploy images. Copy and paste the files in deploy/install to an USB stick, plug the stick on your infotainment and reboot your Infotainment system.
The folder deploy\install from casdk-0.0.1-alpha.zip is emty.
 

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nope for me its working, read the wiki.
app folder is similiar to this: casdk-0.0.1-alpha\sdcard\apps
and runtime: casdk-0.0.1-alpha\sdcard\system\

Andy
Which PC OS do you use to run SDK, 32 or 64bit? :frown2:

PS: Um, and now it working fine, thank Andy for great Simulator...

For those people,

+ Runtime folder, chose: \casdk-0.0.1-alpha\sdcard\system

+ Apps folder, chose: \casdk-0.0.1-alpha\sdcard\apps
 

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what is the runtime location and appications location?

i downloaded mazda-custom-application-sdk-master and casdk-simulator-0.0.1-alpha-win32
You have to choose runtime folder from the simulator where you put the download folder
/casdk-0/sdcard/system/

The choose as application folder :
/casdk-0/sdcard/apps

hope this can help.
 

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I just added that you need firmware 55.x or higher installed if you want to run the apps in your car.
 
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