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Samsung Vehicle Dock Kit for Galaxy Nexus

by Samsung

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  • Designed specially to fit your Samsung Galaxy Nexus
  • Pack includes a suction holder, dashpad and in-car charger
  • 2 in 1 solution, which holds and charges your phone
  • Lightweight, portable design
  • Original Samsung branded product

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Product details

  • Boxed-product Weight: 454 g
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  • Item model number: ECS-K1F2BEG
  • ASIN: B006GJ5S2E
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 29 Nov 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)

Product Description

Product Description

Include a steady mount specially designed for vehicle to let you charge you mobile with the car charger when you are driving.

Manufacturer's Description

Galaxy Nexus Vehicle Mount

With the SAMSUNG Galaxy Nexus vehicle navigation mount you'll stay on course with GPS Naviagtion, stay on top of traffic with traffic alerts, and passengers can stay on top of the latest media and movies!

Charge your handset on the Road with the 3.5mm vehicle power adapter that is included.

The large screen is not only great for GPS Navigation but also adjusts for landscape and portrait modes while viewing your favorite media.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Mr. P. HAIGH TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 24 May 2012
Launching the dock six months later than the phone is not a smart move and now I've got it I can't see why we've had to wait so long. I placed my order in December but finally the Galaxy Nexus Car Dock has arrived. At the list price it feels expensive but at the prices I'm starting to see now it is in stock it feels reasonable - but only just.

Mounting: The cradle will only mount onto glass or another equally smooth surface as it uses the suction cup mechanism. Put the mount flat onto the windscreen, push a small lever down and hey presto - you're good to go. Samsung do not provide any additional hardware to allow you to mount on the dash, so if you've no room on the windscreen I advise you to look at other docks instead.

It is also worth observing that a badly placed dock, given its size, could be a dangerous obstruction if badly positioned - I find these things are best placed on the right-hand side of the windscreen at eye level - and definitely not under the rear view mirror.

The Dock: The dock itself looks huge (and it is big) but is also lightweight. The size is emphasised by the thick plastic shell the phone sits in which has a 6mm thick border all round. Volume and power controls are duplicated and the three power pins are there to charge, together with holes for the two microphones top and bottom, and cut-outs for the speaker and camera. At the base of the mount there is a USB 3 socket and stereo output so you can use Samsung's own car charging lead (provided) as well as something like the Belkin Tunecast to send audio to your car stereo if you lack bluetooth connectivity.

In Use: Getting the phone in and out is a minor struggle.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Kosh42EFG on 5 Jun 2012
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This really is a poor show, especially after waiting months for it.

As mentioned, the mechanism for getting the phone in and out is a joke. Getting it in feels like the buttons on the side of the phone will be ripped of. Getting it out usually results in the phone flying across the car and hitting the floor, and/or the dock coming off the windscreen.

Add to this that when you use the sat-nav on Google maps the voice directions are routed to the line out jack, meaning you have to have this connected to the car stereo to use it and can't listen to the radio or the CD at the time, and it takes it down from a two star to a one star review.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ms. E. J. Clark on 10 Sep 2012
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The unit does rotate fully and beyond 360degrees but not past the stop point (to stop you twisting the cables inside) so you have to turn it all the way around the other way if it does not go the first way you try. I agree with others the force required to remove the phone is too great an can be said to be a design flaw; however it just takes a bit of getting used to and then you hardly notice. When I get time I will cut the surround back to allow the buttons to pass more easily. Quality is superb - so overall very happy with my dock.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Pete on 22 Aug 2012
Firstly, it's a very stylish and well thought out product. Looks nice, comes in a very big box for what it is, but the supplied microUSB-lighter port cable is nice and long (about 1.5m), so you should be able to mount it where you want it. It's got the usual suction cup mounting which is easy to get to stick to the windscreen and other such very smooth surfaces. You'll need to buy yourself a separate 3.5mm audio cable to pipe audio into your car stereo (assuming you're not Bluetoothing).
Getting the phone into the dock can be tricky - it is a very snug fit as everyone notes, and there is a knack for popping it out by pressing through in a corner of the cut-out for the camera - even if you still have to use a fair amount of force.
My main niggle is that the car mode in the Galaxy Nexus doesn't pipe the audio from a phone call through the line out of the car dock (I am on Jelly Bean OS) but from reading the forums this seems to be a bug in the software, not the dock as the music audio is fine. Am hoping for a fix to that soon!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By x1um1n on 23 May 2012
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Like the desk dock, this is a good solid product, which gives you plenty of confidence that it'll hold your phone securely whilst driving. The included charger is powerful enough to charge the phone while navigating, although I haven't done any long journeys with it yet.

If you have Android 4.0.4+ and root, you can install the Car Home app that was available in previous versions of Android, which will open as soon as you dock your phone. I'm not sure why the app has been marked as incompatible on Google Play as it works perfectly.

The only negative thing I have to say about the dock is that it grips the phone so well, it's almost difficult to undock it. Oh, that and, why the hell has it taken Samsung 6 months to make this available!?!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Yasin Harman on 3 Feb 2013
Item described is with power to the dock and from there to the phone. Item received was power directly to the phone. So i returned it
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By magic rat on 12 Sep 2012
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I was nearly put off buying this by the comments regarding the difficulty in getting the handset in & out of the thing, but having used it for a couple of days I'm glad I gave it a try.

Granted, there is a definite knack to inserting & removing the phone but I can do it relatively easily without taking the dock off the windscreen (although I still hold my breath every time I do it..)

At £30 I still think it's overpriced but it's solidly built and sticks to the windscreen like you know what to a blanket. I've gone through 3 cheaper windscreen mounts so far this year so hopefully it is a case of you get what you pay for....

EDIT December 2012: The dock is still going strong and I've just noticed the price is down to £18. I would say at this price it's a bit of a no-brainer.....
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