Installation manual for BMW F22 F45 Navigation GPS Android screen replacement

Installation guidence for BMW F22 F45 Navigation GPS Android screen replacement

The Android Screen navigation GPS system for BMW 2 series F22/ Active Tourer(F45)/ Gran Tourer(F46) (2013-2016), you can order [B202]  from our website.

Attention:
1. This product fits for BMW 2 Series F22 / Active Tourer (F45)/Gran Tourer (F46) with original 6.5 inch or 8 inch screen.

2. This product fits for NBT system with 6 PIN LVDS

How to replace factory BMW 2 series active tourer (F45)/ Gran Tourer (F46) with aftermarket navigation Android Screen?

Installation steps:

1: Before installation    2, Remove the Radio control panel

remove the factory radio control panel from bmw f22 f45 dashboard

3: Remove 2 screws and take out the factory radio head unit   4: Remove all cables on the back of factory radio head unit

remove two screws so that to take out the factory radio and remove all harness on the back

5: Remove the trim panel   6: Remove the connections on the back of trim panel

remove the trim panel and disconnect connections on the back

7: Remove 2 screws in the bottom of factory monitor   8: Take off the factory monitor and remove the LVDS Cable from factory head unit

remove two screws and then take off the LVDS cable factory display

9, Connect our power cable (male) to factory power harness  10, Connect the power cable(female) to factory radio head unit

connect our power cable to factory power harness and factory radio head unit

11, Run the power (for android head unit) and USB, GPS antenna cable to the back of android screen    12, Connect the power cable/USB/GPS antenna & LVDS cable to our screen and install the android screen.

run the power cable, usb, gps antenna LVDS to the back of android screen,then install the android screen

13, Connect the AUX cable (one side connect to the AUX port in our power cable, an other side connect to the port under the armest box)   14,  Recover the central console and installation is done.

connect the aux cable and then recover the dashboard

 

 

 

 

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