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  1. If I do this I would buy a kit (some are only$500-$600) and pay someone to install it.
  2. Thanks! However, that explanation is way more than I'm even willing to read, much less do that work. I'm looking for an easy-to-install kit that people have actually bought, installed, and got working. And, yes, I know there are a lot of videos out there. But again, same thing as I said before.
  3. My 2015 FFH SE has Sync2. I'd love to have Sync3 to get Android Auto. Multiple companies offer a conversion kit, at wildly varying prices. Has anyone done this conversion? If so, (1) a link to the product, please, (2) what did the installation involve, and (3) and what was the result?
  4. Thanks. I saw that page before. It's way too much for me to even look at much less do 🙂
  5. Sourcing through salvage yards (for cheap) or online sellers (for big $) isn't for me, so I guess I just need to do without Android Auto as long as I have my 2015 FFH (which I intend to keep for a long time).
  6. From all I can read, the only way to use Android Auto on my 2015 Ford Fusion Hybrid is to upgrade hardware and software to Sync 3, which costs over $2,000. I'm not going to spend $2,000+ for that, so is there any other way I can use Android Auto?
  7. Signed up here to see about the possibility of converting my 2015 FFH to Sync 3 so I can use Android Auto.