Yes, I would like to know how to do this as well. Thinking about installing a small tablet, or phablet in there behind the stock system so that I can natively run Waze, or watch the news, or run any number of apps like Gas Buddy, AroundMe, etc.
I am going to try and install my very superior 2001 Tahoe sun visors with the double visor, onto my 2017 Tahoe LT. I will probably have to hack the wiring to get the lights to work correctly.
Anyone heard of this being done?
I have had both tan and gray interiors. I like the tan better because it makes the cabin feel roomier. Gray and even worse, black, make you feel like you are in a dark cave. The advantage of dark colors are that you are not as distracted with the interior and my sensation was that during daytime...
I am using the samsung galaxy tab 3 7" and i find that the apps for android are far more "mobile" friendly that the apple apps. My galaxy tab fit right in where the radio used to be so it is flush mounted, and I installed a single DIN head unit where the tape player used to be in the center console.
please post pictures of your handy-work when you are done.
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BTW, i like your decision to go with Nexus 7 over the Samsung Tab. The Nexus seems to have better WiFi and 4g LTE sensitivity.
Note: not sure of...
Here is my install on a 2001 tahoe:
I am not familiar with the 2000 Yukon, but I think the bezel is the same as mine.
I used my dremmel to do a little trimming around the top of the single DIN opening.
I did the same thing with my 2001 tahoe back in 2012: http://www.flickr.com/photos/8513985@N03/7538349042/in/photostream/
In the picture I was using a jvc head unit. I have since replaced it with a pioneer which had much better hands free phone quality.
The white wire on the left plugs...
where do you plug the microphone into, or is it Bluetooth? I have a similar setup with my Galaxy tab 2 7" in my NBS, but I use the onboard mic and although it is mounted in the dash like yours (I didn't use the plexiglass), the mic works fine. I Skype on the time with it.