I'm not sure about the touch but As long as the app works with wifi then it should be good.I have a 4th generation ipod touch that just sits collecting dust. I don't have "service" to it - it's just wifi/bluetooth. Will that work with this? Forgive my stupid questions but I am just now learning all of this.
Yes, I have the Navi unit in the car.
ps - thank you Canada-Dood for bringing this option to my attention. I had seen drheem's post but look a squirrel!
Weird. Im not sure where my previous post went, but i responded to the question.Ken, can you please clarify - do you still need the i-device (phone or pod) in between, or did you connect the factory navi directly to the PLX Kiwi? And are you still able to play music, etc, with that screen up?
Not for me (non-navi), but if I had it, I would definitely go this route.
Also... It may help if you update the OS for your iTouch. I'm running a really old ipod for music on the USB and all I had to do was update its OS system.Thanx.
To connect your iphone to the Navi, I assume you are using the USB port. I just tried a USB hub and the car won't recognize it. Reason I tried this is because I use a USB stick for my music. Music is more important to me, so I am looking into a used Garmin or TomTom (for a bigger screen than the ipod touch), and buying the mechanics for that.
on edit: When you are accessing the aux for the iphone/kiwi2 - can you use the PC card for music? Or even the radio?