The screen shows the RGB settings page, and a well-translated message appears: ‘Please open the debug button lamp lights!’ accompanied by the ever-so-helpful ‘OK’ button.
You are not the only person with this problem! The RGB screen should allow you to adjust the RED, GREEN, and BLUE levels of the LEDs on the left-hand panel with a high degree of fine-tuning. The RGB adjustment should take the white lights and make them virtually any color you choose.
Debug me! OK?
You receive the ‘Please open the debug button lamp lights!‘ error when the RGB app attempts to connect to the RGB controller. Unfortunately, there is no RGB controller fitted to your Android headunits. There is no RGB controller fitted because there are no RGB LEDs. Only White LEDs are present, and they are stuck on white. No way to change it, nothing to change.
There is no debugging to be done. There is nothing you can do. The Android headunit was so cheap that the manufacturers could save enough money on manufacturing costs by missing out on the RGB controller and associated RGB LEDs. That would be very little money, but when margins are tight, this is what happens.
More bad news and good news.
Chances are you have a fake or at least a very low-specification Android headunit, which won’t be up to much modern Android app work. The good news is that you can get much better Android headunits with working RGB features for a relatively small outlay over the one that doesn’t work properly. Please have a look at our universal fitting fastest Android headunits. But stocks are disappearing quickly.