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stoney126

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So I've had this Tablet for a Lil bit. I don't use it much at all and I don't know much about em to be honest. It's stock.
Anyway I was thinking about mounting it in my jeep for apps such as torque I believe it's called .
But what I'm really hoping to rig up a backup camera through the Bluetooth or some other way.
So any help would be appreciated as I am unsure where to start20160201_194414.jpg
 

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If you're talking a permantent install, I think the biggest you can go is 7" in the dash. You can get certain mounts for tablets that are really cool. I'm sure there is a bluetooth backup camera out there that you can hook up to the samsung.
 

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Nope not permanent. A mount I can remove is what I'm shooting for. I've done a little searching and not come up with a whole lot. Hoping to find something that doesn't cost an arm and a leg
 

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Check amazon. There's a mount that should attach the the bottom of the passenger seat somehow. A buddy of mine has it and it's pretty cool.

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I use the Vector E-Dock and RAM mounts for my Tab S.
Awesome, gonna check that out. A Google search produced several options. I don't want to research anything else right now:tongueout:
 

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I have the RHR radio with nav. It's stock to the jeep. Would you recommend the Gaza on top of that? I know I know not an easy question haha
I would compare Gaia against your nav. If you have the RAM to run both, do it. You can get USGS Topo, State Parks, USFS, and street maps with Gaia.