How to add the Vauxhall logo to an Android Headunit

In this group of topics, we will show you how to add a Vehicle manufacturer Logo to the Android headunit screen.

We add the ‘Vauxhall Logo’ to the Android headunit screen in this example.

Vauxhall Logo

Adding the Vauxhall Logo to an Android headunit and customizing the colors to match the vehicle dashboard and interior is very easy to do, yet it is also very effective. It makes your headunit display feel well-integrated with your vehicle. The Android screen customizations don’t stop at color and logo; there are different backgrounds.

Time needed: 10 minutes.

To add a Vauxhall Logo to the Android headunit;

  1. Ensure you know your Google account email and password

    You need to sign into the play store by app or web

  2. Visit the play store and install AGAMA Car Launcher

    Download and install Agama

  3. After Agama has been installed its icon will appear on the desktop

    Tap the Agama icon to open the app

  4. Click the gear wheel

    The gear wheel will open the Agama settings

  5. Select ‘Your car.’

    This will allow you to make edits to the Android screen logo

  6. Select ‘Vauxhall’ from the list of manufacturer logos

    This will select the Vauxhall logo to match your vehicle

  7. Click ‘Design, Theme Editor

    use the sliders to select the desired color and hue for the new theme


    Choose your color filter and background texture.

  9. Click OK,


  10. Click APPLY


Job Done

Enjoy your new Vauxhall logo on the Android headunit screen.

Have a look at some examples Vauxhall logo agama basted android head unit demo screens

There a many levels of customization in the AGAMA launcher


Vauxhall logo on an android headunit

Vauxhall logo on android head unit screen

Vauxhall logo on android headunit with yellow smoke

Free to play

Adding a new launcher won’t remove your existing launcher. If you decide AGAMA is not for you or want to try a different one, install the new one and select which one you want as the default launcher. They are often free to try or use, and paying the small cost can unlock some extra features and gives the devs their recognition.

I am an staff blogger. I have been using Android on my devices for many years and have learned a lot about the features and best hardware to keep up with the latest Android versions. I also make the coffee ☕

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