2010 Honda Accord

Group using the HO1 and HO2 firmware * see specific firmware for full feature list.
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Re: 2010 Honda Accord

Post by Dara DeGrand » Tue Mar 05, 2019 10:36 am

We are going to re-visit the car and get access to one to test the clock and see what is going on there.

As for the steering buttons, the re-wiring was a workaround to get you going until the firmware was fixed properly. Now that it is, I recommend wiring it back to the original way they should have been. I recommend this because if you ever update your module to any live firmware on our website, they will not work with how you have them wired. Changing them this one last time guarantees that if you ever re-flash, your wiring configuration will match with the way the firmware is configured and they should work.
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Re: 2010 Honda Accord

Post by los93sol » Tue Mar 05, 2019 12:19 pm

Okay, I'll swap the wiring back as soon as I get a chance, should be sometime in the next couple of days.

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Re: 2010 Honda Accord

Post by Dara DeGrand » Fri Mar 08, 2019 11:00 am

The engineer updated the firmware, and will be posting it live on our website on Monday. I will update here when it is up for real.
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Re: 2010 Honda Accord

Post by los93sol » Tue Mar 12, 2019 6:41 pm

I swapped the wiring back and the on/off hook buttons are sort of working now. There’s still some issue with the on hook button, short press works fine, but long press is very picky with how long it is held and doing a short press a second after a long press results in executing the long press action of off hook.

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Re: 2010 Honda Accord

Post by islandflyer » Tue Mar 12, 2019 11:25 pm

I will be doing the same exact install this weekend 2010 Accord w/6 Disc. If they have not posted the live firmware update, can I get the test firmware?

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Re: 2010 Honda Accord

Post by billr » Wed Mar 13, 2019 8:29 am

the new version is up on the website (i just flashed an RR myself) so just flash the RR like normal.
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Re: 2010 Honda Accord

Post by los93sol » Wed Mar 13, 2019 6:37 pm

I’ll be flashing the new version tonight and will report back after I’ve had some time with it. Thanks for all your support so far, the test firmware was already in a much better place than the original. Hoping this last version resolved the remaining issues.

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Re: 2010 Honda Accord

Post by islandflyer » Thu Mar 14, 2019 10:30 am

So I couldn't wait for the weekend, I got my JVC KW740BT installed last night. The Maestro support tech I spoke with was great, he quickly helped me identify which wires were not needed on the radio harness and HO02 harness.

I followed the instructions to connect the SWI 2 to pin 2 on the BT module, but the blue wire is not PIN 2 but PIN 13. To avoid having to cut a wire on the car harness side of the BT module, I cut the female connector from the BT module board and pulled all PIN except 1 and connected the Orange/Red wire with a spade connector to PIN 2. The hand free buttons wouldn't work so I was able to quickly move the pin to position 13 and resolve the hands free issue.

Over all I am very happy with the Maestro RR and HO02 installation. Now to figure out all the cool stuff I can do with the Gauges.

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Re: 2010 Honda Accord

Post by los93sol » Fri Mar 15, 2019 1:01 pm

Finally got time to flash the latest firmware and things are getting better, but it is still not right.

12 hr time is fixed now in settings, but 24 hr time no longer functions properly, it now displays as 12 hr time.

I need a few days with the firmware to determine if the issue with the vehicle clock randomly not updating is resolved or not.

The on hook button is still not right. It works on a short press, but long press is extremely picky about the timing that you release it and often goes to the incorrect screen. I have long press on on hook mapped to display gauges if that helps any. Also, pressing the button a short press after a long sometimes registers as a long press on the off hook button. I was able to verify the wrong code on the diagnostics screen on my head unit.

I’ll continue to poke at it and respond back with any other issues I find.

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Re: 2010 Honda Accord

Post by Dara DeGrand » Tue Mar 19, 2019 2:39 pm

We have found the clock display to be a radio firmware issue. The pioneer does not tell us whether the time format is in 12 or 24 hour mode, so we cannot display it.

Can you post a video of the on hook button not working? When it goes to the wrong screen, what does it go to?
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Re: 2010 Honda Accord

Post by los93sol » Sat Apr 06, 2019 12:56 am

After a few weeks I have gotten used to the quirky timing of the on hook button, but there is still an issue where when using CarPlay the vehicle clock stops updating intermittently, I don’t know exactly what triggers it, but it is a pretty bad bug for me since I’m in the habit of looking at and trusting that clock.

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Re: 2010 Honda Accord

Post by Dara DeGrand » Mon Apr 08, 2019 9:34 am

If it's only during carplay that this happens, it is unlikely there is anything we can do about that. That means the radio is not sending the time out consistently in that one source.
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Re: 2010 Honda Accord

Post by los93sol » Wed Apr 10, 2019 8:00 pm

There actually seems to be something wrong with my Maestro or a firmware bug causing it to randomly reboot. When this happens an error flashes on the radio for about a second that says “That function is not available while the Maestro is disconnected”. The radio then reboots and everything comes back fine. Sometimes this happens once a day, sometimes once a week...doesn’t seem to be any real rhyme or reason to it.

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Re: 2010 Honda Accord

Post by Dara DeGrand » Thu Apr 11, 2019 8:41 am

We have had reports of this across all firmwares, but only with wireless carplay pioneers (the 4400 and 8400NEX). From most people's reports, it happens less frequently or not at all after updating the radio's firmware.

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