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Is there any easy way to make it work

I tried the below methods
1.) Mirror link which supports sygic nav which is worst
2.) Android auto which does not support google maps or Wage
3.) HDMI makes the screen smaller but looks waste
4.) Samsung divx its also waste and not user friendly.

If anyone makes it work please share a step by step process or a video please.
 

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The best method I have found is to stop forcing what won't work. This model year does not and will not support direct screen link to a smartphone. What does work well for me is to use Google Maps with turn-by-turn settings set to On. With the Bluetooth audio providing the directions through the CR-V audio, I can navigate anywhere and use the onscreen map as a reference only.
As much as I like the navigation feature on the CR-V, I don't use it often enough so setting the routing is problematic.
 

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Is there any easy way to make it work

I tried the below methods
1.) Mirror link which supports sygic nav which is worst
2.) Android auto which does not support google maps or Wage
3.) HDMI makes the screen smaller but looks waste
4.) Samsung divx its also waste and not user friendly.

If anyone makes it work please share a step by step process or a video please.
Try different phone and mirror link will work, etc. my Galaxy S7 only work call, phonebook, mail and sms, not app but... wife LG G6 sygic work and other mirror link app, there is more HTC M8 have own Car app so google maps work trough it... look like for Touring 15'-16' is import to choose right phone :D
 
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