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Sideloading Apps to Infotainment System ???

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Does anyone know a "procedure" to "sideload" (non-native) APPs into the infotainment system ???

I would like to "sideload" (a.k.a. "install) the "Pro-Torque" app so that I can then Pair it up (using Bluetooth) with an OBD2 Scanner (plugged in at the OBD2 port) and be able to troubleshoot Check Engine Light (CEL) codes and/or display real time performance data on the infotainment screen.

I do know that I can use gizmos such as "scan gauge" and/or use my cellular/ mobile phone for this but it would be more convenient if I could use the infotainment screen.
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There likely isn't a dedicated group of people working on Blackberry QNX hacks. But you never know.
 

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There likely isn't a dedicated group of people working on Blackberry QNX hacks. But you never know.
There's actually the whole FMods group. Although running complete third-party software is probably pretty much a no-go.
 

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Torque is an Android app. Install it on your phone and use Android Auto with Screen to Auto app, if you can get it to work.

Ford Maverick Sideloading Apps to Infotainment System ??? IMG_20220624_051555
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