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Thread: 5G0035953D- CarPlay enabled USB sockets required?

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    To the hub:
    Pin 1- +12v constant (spliced to KL30 supply)
    Pin 2- Ground (spliced to KL31 supply)
    Pin 4- +5v from MIB2 (direct pin to C3 on the quadlock)
    Last edited by 325_guy; 09-25-2019 at 01:56 PM.

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    Update:

    I obtained a 5Q0 035 726 socket and a replacement hub, 5G0 035 953C (no rev. D's available).
    No change in condition. USB1 not detected whatsoever, USB2 detects as a device but is not accessible and Carplay is not an option.

    I don't know if perhaps there is an adaptation problem or if it's possible I fried the MIB2 with the non-crossover HSD cable.

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    So, we're going to go back to what worked. 5G0035222E direct to the radio, with no hub. Once the new part gets here I'll see how that works.

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    Update:

    Success!
    Using a replacement HSD and the "C" hub, I now have CarPlay enabled on both USB outputs.

    The "D" hub I have is defective. Additionally, the HSD cable I was using was mis-wired. Unfortunately, I'll have to eat both as so much time has elapsed, I'm beyond any used part warranties.

    For the Mk5 guys, you can use the $10 or so USB sockets that are designed to mimic the ESP button and drop into the blank spaces in front of the shifter. This was a big thing for me, as I wanted to keep a stock-looking interior and the idea of cutting holes to fit a CarPlay enabled socket somewhere just didn't appeal. Since the CarPlay feature is built into the hub, any generic socket can be used.

    Oh, the joy of retrofitting used parts. Like a box of chocolates, you never quite know what you're going to get!

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