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Getting to Know Your Hudly

Front View


On / Off
Hold the power button for 3 seconds to manually power Hudly Wireless on/off. The HUD automatically turns on/off with cars that don’t have an always-on 12v system.
Volume Adjustment

Adjust speaker volume down with the left button and up with the right.
Brightness Adjustment

The display brightness will automatically adjust based on lighting conditions. If you prefer the display to be darker or brighter, adjust brightness down with the left button and up with the right.
Power Indicator
A small LED illuminates red when the HUD is off and green when it’s on.
Speaker
Hudly Wireless has its own speaker that amplifies your phone’s sounds. You also have the option to choose another sound source.

What’s in the Box?

You’ll find three items in the box:
  1. Hudly Wireless Head-Up Display (HUD)
  2. Cigarette Lighter Power Cable
  3. Microfiber Cloth

Installing Your Hudly

Setup is easy and you’ll be driving with Hudly Wireless in no time.

1) Clean your car’s dashboard to ensure a strong adhesive bond with Hudly.


2) Remove the plastic from Hudly’s base to reveal the adhesive.

    • Tip: Keep this protective film in case you remove the base stand in the future. This film protects the adhesive from dust.
    3) Place the HUD onto your dashboard to match your line of sight. Press the base down firmly to set the adhesive.
    • Tip: Place it to the side of the steering wheel or directly in front, close to the front of the dashboard.

    4) Insert one end of the cigarette lighter power cable into the HUD’s mini USB port, and the other into the car’s cigarette lighter. The power indicator will turn green when powered on.
    • Tip: The USB port lets you charge your phone while driving
    5) Adjust the display angle as you like so you can clearly see the screen. You can also adjust the angle of the base.
    • Tip: We recommend 45 degrees for the display

    6) To tidy up the power cable, tuck the wire along where your windshield and dashboard meet. 

    Note: Use the microfiber cloth to clean the HUD without scratching the display.


    Connecting Your Phone to Hudly

    Connecting your phone to your Hudly is a breeze. Follow the instructions below to get started.

    iPhone:

    1) Connect to Hudly’s WIFI network. It starts with DONGLE and has a series of numbers and letters after it. The password is 12345678.



    2) Swipe up on your phone’s screen to show the screen mirroring button. For iPhone X, swipe down from the upper right corner to access this button.



    3) Click on Hudly’s WIFI network name to cast your phone.

    Android:
    1) Connect to Hudly’s WIFI network. It starts with DONGLE and has a series of numbers and letters after it. The password is 12345678.



    2) Find the device connection / screen mirroring option within your settings menu. Different Android phones have different methods to activate this option.



    3) Select start to cast your phone.

     

     

    Our Favorite Apps 

    Android Apps
    Navigation:
    • Waze – We love Waze, a free navigation app that gives you real-time data like speed traps and traffic conditions based on community feedback. We suggest turning on the night mode setting for a better visual experience on Hudly.
    • Sygic – We love Sygic for its HUD mode, which simplifies turn-by-turn direction visuals and uses Hudly to its full potential. You can even download offline maps to save on data costs.
    • Navmii – This navigation app has a HUD mode that brings out Hudly’s full potential. A different user interface than Sygic, but still a great interface.
    • Navier – This navigation app is designed with the HUD driver in mind. Your interface is customizable with the paid version.
    Car Diagnostics:
    • DigiHUD – A slick HUD app that can display your speed, nautical heading, average speed and more, all from a GPS signal. This is one of the best speedometer HUD apps available on Android.
    • Torque – A must-have for any auto enthusiast. All you need is a Bluetooth OBD2 reader and you can connect to your car with the app. Enjoy data like boost PSI, throttle position, acceleration Gs and more.
    • Sygic Speed Camera - For the customers with a heavy foot, Sygic speed camera lets them keep their eyes on the road and avoid those pesky speed traps.
    iOS Apps
    Navigation:
    • Waze – We love Waze, a free navigation app that gives you real-time data like speed traps and traffic conditions based on community feedback. We suggest turning on the night mode setting for a better visual experience on Hudly.
    • Sygic – We love Sygic for its HUD mode, which simplifies turn-by-turn direction visuals and uses Hudly to its full potential. You can even download offline maps to save on data costs. For the customers with a heavy foot, Sygic speed camera lets them keep their eyes on the road and avoid those pesky speed traps.
    • Navmii – This navigation app has a HUD mode that brings out Hudly’s full potential. A different user interface than Sygic, but still a great interface.
    Car Diagnostics:
    • Speedometer (Nordic Nations) – A slick HUD app that can display your speed, track your trip, show acceleration stats and more, all from a GPS signal. This is a full featured app with a great interface.
    • OBD Fusion – A must-have for any auto enthusiast. All you need is a Bluetooth OBD2 reader and you can connect to your car with the app. Enjoy data like boost PSI, throttle position, acceleration Gs and more.