Your Android Headunit was pre-installed with a launcher when it was assembled in a huge factory in China. You probably didn’t even think of the home screen and its icons as anything other than Android. Very few Android devices use the stock Android launcher; your headunit is no different.
Designed for in-car use
Your Android headunit has a launcher designed for vehicles, but it is not usually the best vehicle option available. Maybe your launcher has been working just fine up till now? Possibly, you needed some extra functionality and started digging. This is when you discover that the launcher is the home screen, wallpaper, buttons, and sometimes the vehicle logo you see on the Android headunit screen. The launcher lets you see the car speed, music current track, change music volume, select tracks to play, start the GPS mapping, or any app you have on your headunit! Changing your launcher can open up your Android headunit to much more than it was as standard.
Android Headunit Tip
It is easy to revert to factory launcher or have several Android headunit launchers installed at the same. Switch between them to find the one that suits you best.
AGAMA: More than just logos
AGAMA launcher is often selected for its primary visual feature: the vehicle manufacturer logo, front and center. But AGAMA Launcher is also suggested when you need to start an app at boot time. AGAMA can easily invoke the start of other apps when it starts. This can automate many of the repetitive tasks you face when the headunit boots and you need a special app to boot, too. Torque Pro (engine monitoring) is often an app that benefits from starting with the Android headunit. AGAMA can do that.
Apps boot with AGAMA
Not only do you get the manufacturer’s logo on your screen with having torque pro boot with the headunit. You also get a well-polished, highly customizable, and intuitive car launcher interface.