Genesis Connect integrates Android with your 2015 Hyundai Genesis Coupe's Infotainment CANBus. Your Android must support Bluetooth 4.0 (LE) and you must have a CANBus Triple for Genesis Connect to communicate with.
-Radio Power On/Off
-AC Compressor Status
-AC Airflow (Fresh Air / Recirculate)
-AC Vents (Front / Floor / Defrost / Defrost + Floor)
-AC Auto/Manual mode
-Display Button State
-Time of Day
-Bluetooth (the car's connection) status
-AM / FM1 / FM2
-AM & FM Tuning
-FM Stereo Indicator
-Audio Controls (Bass / Mid Range / Treble / Fader / Balance)
-Selectable auto-reconnnect only when charging
-Selectable auto-reconnect only when specific BT device is connected
Genesis Connect relies on a CANBus Triple (https://www.canb.us/getting-started) to communicate with your Genesis Coupe's Infotainment CANBus. You will need to wire the CAN LO and CAN HI connections from your Genesis Coupe's LCD connector to the CAN LO and CAN HI BUS 1 (Pins 3 & 4) wires on your CBT.
Additionally you will need to grab my custom firmware for the CANBus Triple and use it in place of the one referenced on CBT's "Getting Started" page, referenced above. You can download my custom "sketch" for the CBT here: https://github.com/synman/CANBus-Triple_Genesis-Connect/archive/master.zip
Once you've completed wiring the LCD connection and have executed the CBT Getting Started procedure using my custom sketch, the next step is as simple as installing Genesis Connect onto your Bluetooth 4.0 capable Android and firing it up.
I am currently looking for 2009 to 2014 Genesis Coupe owners who are willing to work with me to reverse engineer the Infotainment CAN bus on their coupes. Please send shell (at) shellware.com an email if you are interested.
The source code for my custom CBT firmware can be found here: https://github.com/synman/CANBus-Triple_Genesis-Connect and I will be releasing the source code to Genesis Connect once I consider it stable.