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*
* Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
* you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
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package android.hardware.automotive.vehicle@2.0;
/**
* Enumerates supported data type for VehicleProperty.
*
* Used to create property ID in VehicleProperty enum.
*/
enum VehiclePropertyType : int32_t {
STRING = 0x00100000,
BOOLEAN = 0x00200000,
INT32 = 0x00400000,
INT32_VEC = 0x00410000,
INT64 = 0x00500000,
INT64_VEC = 0x00510000,
FLOAT = 0x00600000,
FLOAT_VEC = 0x00610000,
BYTES = 0x00700000,
/**
* Any combination of scalar or vector types. The exact format must be
* provided in the description of the property.
*
* For vendor MIXED type properties, configArray needs to be formatted in this
* structure.
* configArray[0], 1 indicates the property has a String value
* configArray[1], 1 indicates the property has a Boolean value .
* configArray[2], 1 indicates the property has an Integer value.
* configArray[3], the number indicates the size of Integer[] in the property.
* configArray[4], 1 indicates the property has a Long value.
* configArray[5], the number indicates the size of Long[] in the property.
* configArray[6], 1 indicates the property has a Float value.
* configArray[7], the number indicates the size of Float[] in the property.
* configArray[8], the number indicates the size of byte[] in the property.
* For example:
* {@code configArray = {1, 1, 1, 3, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0}} indicates the property has
* a String value, a Boolean value, an Integer value and an array with 3 integers.
*/
MIXED = 0x00e00000,
MASK = 0x00ff0000
};
/**
* Vehicle Areas
* Used to construct property IDs in the VehicleProperty enum.
*
* Some properties may be associated with particular vehicle areas. For
* example, VehicleProperty:DOOR_LOCK property must be associated with
* particular door, thus this property must be marked with
* VehicleArea:DOOR flag.
*
* Other properties may not be associated with particular vehicle area.
* These kinds of properties must have VehicleArea:GLOBAL flag.
*
* [Definition] Area: An area represents a unique element of an AreaType.
* For instance, if AreaType is WINDOW, then an area may be FRONT_WINDSHIELD.
*
* [Definition] AreaID: An AreaID is a combination of one or more areas,
* and is represented using a bitmask of Area enums. Different AreaTypes may
* not be mixed in a single AreaID. For instance, a window area cannot be
* combined with a seat area in an AreaID.
*
* Rules for mapping a zoned property to AreaIDs:
* - A property must be mapped to an array of AreaIDs that are impacted when
* the property value changes.
* - Each element in the array must represent an AreaID, in which the
* property value can only be changed together in all the areas within
* the AreaID and never independently. That is, when the property value
* changes in one of the areas in an AreaID in the array, then it must
* automatically change in all other areas in the AreaID.
* - The property value must be independently controllable in any two
* different AreaIDs in the array.
* - An area must only appear once in the array of AreaIDs. That is, an
* area must only be part of a single AreaID in the array.
*
* [Definition] Global Property: A property that applies to the entire car
* and is not associated with a specific area. For example, FUEL_LEVEL,
* HVAC_STEERING_WHEEL_HEAT.
*
* Rules for mapping a global property to AreaIDs:
* - A global property must not be mapped to AreaIDs.
*/
enum VehicleArea : int32_t {
GLOBAL = 0x01000000,
/** WINDOW maps to enum VehicleAreaWindow */
WINDOW = 0x03000000,
/** MIRROR maps to enum VehicleAreaMirror */
MIRROR = 0x04000000,
/** SEAT maps to enum VehicleAreaSeat */
SEAT = 0x05000000,
/** DOOR maps to enum VehicleAreaDoor */
DOOR = 0x06000000,
/** WHEEL maps to enum VehicleAreaWheel */
WHEEL = 0x07000000,
MASK = 0x0f000000,
};
/**
* Enumerates property groups.
*
* Used to create property ID in VehicleProperty enum.
*/
enum VehiclePropertyGroup : int32_t {
/**
* Properties declared in AOSP must use this flag.
*/
SYSTEM = 0x10000000,
/**
* Properties declared by vendors must use this flag.
*/
VENDOR = 0x20000000,
MASK = 0xf0000000,
};
/**
* Declares all vehicle properties. VehicleProperty has a bitwise structure.
* Each property must have:
* - a unique id from range 0x0100 - 0xffff
* - associated data type using VehiclePropertyType
* - property group (VehiclePropertyGroup)
* - vehicle area (VehicleArea)
*
* Vendors are allowed to extend this enum with their own properties. In this
* case they must use VehiclePropertyGroup:VENDOR flag when the property is
* declared.
*
* When a property's status field is not set to AVAILABLE:
* - IVehicle#set may return StatusCode::NOT_AVAILABLE.
* - IVehicle#get is not guaranteed to work.
*
* Properties set to values out of range must be ignored and no action taken
* in response to such ill formed requests.
*/
enum VehicleProperty : int32_t {
/** Undefined property. */
INVALID = 0x00000000,
/**
* VIN of vehicle
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:STATIC
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
*/
INFO_VIN = (
0x0100
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:STRING
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Manufacturer of vehicle
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:STATIC
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
*/
INFO_MAKE = (
0x0101
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:STRING
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Model of vehicle
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:STATIC
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
*/
INFO_MODEL = (
0x0102
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:STRING
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Model year of vehicle.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:STATIC
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
* @unit VehicleUnit:YEAR
*/
INFO_MODEL_YEAR = (
0x0103
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Fuel capacity of the vehicle in milliliters
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:STATIC
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
* @unit VehicleUnit:MILLILITER
*/
INFO_FUEL_CAPACITY = (
0x0104
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:FLOAT
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* List of fuels the vehicle may use
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:STATIC
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
* @data_enum FuelType
*/
INFO_FUEL_TYPE = (
0x0105
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32_VEC
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Battery capacity of the vehicle, if EV or hybrid. This is the nominal
* battery capacity when the vehicle is new.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:STATIC
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
* @unit VehicleUnit:WH
*/
INFO_EV_BATTERY_CAPACITY = (
0x0106
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:FLOAT
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* List of connectors this EV may use
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:STATIC
* @data_enum EvConnectorType
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
*/
INFO_EV_CONNECTOR_TYPE = (
0x0107
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32_VEC
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Fuel door location
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:STATIC
* @data_enum PortLocationType
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
*/
INFO_FUEL_DOOR_LOCATION = (
0x0108
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* EV port location
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:STATIC
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
* @data_enum PortLocationType
*/
INFO_EV_PORT_LOCATION = (
0x0109
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Driver's seat location
* VHAL implementations must ignore the areaId. Use VehicleArea:GLOBAL.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:STATIC
* @data_enum VehicleAreaSeat
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
*/
INFO_DRIVER_SEAT = (
0x010A
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Exterior dimensions of vehicle.
*
* int32Values[0] = height
* int32Values[1] = length
* int32Values[2] = width
* int32Values[3] = width including mirrors
* int32Values[4] = wheel base
* int32Values[5] = track width front
* int32Values[6] = track width rear
* int32Values[7] = curb to curb turning radius
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:STATIC
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
* @unit VehicleUnit:MILLIMETER
*/
INFO_EXTERIOR_DIMENSIONS = (
0x010B
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32_VEC
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Multiple EV port locations
*
* Implement this property if the vehicle has multiple EV ports.
* Port locations are defined in PortLocationType.
* For example, a car has one port in front left and one port in rear left:
* int32Values[0] = PortLocationType::FRONT_LEFT
* int32Values[0] = PortLocationType::REAR_LEFT
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:STATIC
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
* @data_enum PortLocationType
*/
INFO_MULTI_EV_PORT_LOCATIONS = (
0x010C
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32_VEC
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Current odometer value of the vehicle
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:CONTINUOUS
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
* @unit VehicleUnit:KILOMETER
*/
PERF_ODOMETER = (
0x0204
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:FLOAT
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Speed of the vehicle
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:CONTINUOUS
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
* @unit VehicleUnit:METER_PER_SEC
*/
PERF_VEHICLE_SPEED = (
0x0207
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:FLOAT
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Speed of the vehicle for displays
*
* Some cars display a slightly slower speed than the actual speed. This is
* usually displayed on the speedometer.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:CONTINUOUS
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
* @unit VehicleUnit:METER_PER_SEC
*/
PERF_VEHICLE_SPEED_DISPLAY = (
0x0208
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:FLOAT
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Front bicycle model steering angle for vehicle
*
* Angle is in degrees. Left is negative.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:CONTINUOUS
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
* @unit VehicleUnit:DEGREES
*/
PERF_STEERING_ANGLE = (
0x0209
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:FLOAT
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Rear bicycle model steering angle for vehicle
*
* Angle is in degrees. Left is negative.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:CONTINUOUS
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
* @unit VehicleUnit:DEGREES
*/
PERF_REAR_STEERING_ANGLE = (
0x0210
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:FLOAT
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Temperature of engine coolant
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:CONTINUOUS
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
* @unit VehicleUnit:CELSIUS
*/
ENGINE_COOLANT_TEMP = (
0x0301
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:FLOAT
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Engine oil level
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
* @data_enum VehicleOilLevel
*/
ENGINE_OIL_LEVEL = (
0x0303
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Temperature of engine oil
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:CONTINUOUS
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
* @unit VehicleUnit:CELSIUS
*/
ENGINE_OIL_TEMP = (
0x0304
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:FLOAT
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Engine rpm
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:CONTINUOUS
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
* @unit VehicleUnit:RPM
*/
ENGINE_RPM = (
0x0305
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:FLOAT
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Reports wheel ticks
*
* The first element in the vector is a reset count. A reset indicates
* previous tick counts are not comparable with this and future ones. Some
* sort of discontinuity in tick counting has occurred.
*
* The next four elements represent ticks for individual wheels in the
* following order: front left, front right, rear right, rear left. All
* tick counts are cumulative. Tick counts increment when the vehicle
* moves forward, and decrement when vehicles moves in reverse. The ticks
* should be reset to 0 when the vehicle is started by the user.
*
* int64Values[0] = reset count
* int64Values[1] = front left ticks
* int64Values[2] = front right ticks
* int64Values[3] = rear right ticks
* int64Values[4] = rear left ticks
*
* configArray is used to indicate the micrometers-per-wheel-tick value and
* which wheels are supported. configArray is set as follows:
*
* configArray[0], bits [0:3] = supported wheels. Uses enum Wheel.
* configArray[1] = micrometers per front left wheel tick
* configArray[2] = micrometers per front right wheel tick
* configArray[3] = micrometers per rear right wheel tick
* configArray[4] = micrometers per rear left wheel tick
*
* NOTE: If a wheel is not supported, its value shall always be set to 0.
*
* VehiclePropValue.timestamp must be correctly filled in.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:CONTINUOUS
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
*/
WHEEL_TICK = (
0x0306
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT64_VEC
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Fuel remaining in the the vehicle, in milliliters
*
* Value may not exceed INFO_FUEL_CAPACITY
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:CONTINUOUS
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
* @unit VehicleUnit:MILLILITER
*/
FUEL_LEVEL = (
0x0307
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:FLOAT
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Fuel door open
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
FUEL_DOOR_OPEN = (
0x0308
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:BOOLEAN
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* EV battery level in WH, if EV or hybrid
*
* Value may not exceed INFO_EV_BATTERY_CAPACITY
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:CONTINUOUS
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
* @unit VehicleUnit:WH
*/
EV_BATTERY_LEVEL = (
0x0309
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:FLOAT
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* EV charge port open
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
EV_CHARGE_PORT_OPEN = (
0x030A
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:BOOLEAN
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* EV charge port connected
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
*/
EV_CHARGE_PORT_CONNECTED = (
0x030B
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:BOOLEAN
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* EV instantaneous charge rate in milliwatts
*
* Positive value indicates battery is being charged.
* Negative value indicates battery being discharged.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:CONTINUOUS
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
* @unit VehicleUnit:MW
*/
EV_BATTERY_INSTANTANEOUS_CHARGE_RATE = (
0x030C
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:FLOAT
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Range remaining
*
* Meters remaining of fuel and charge. Range remaining shall account for
* all energy sources in a vehicle. For example, a hybrid car's range will
* be the sum of the ranges based on fuel and battery.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:CONTINUOUS
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
* @unit VehicleUnit:METER
*/
RANGE_REMAINING = (
0x0308
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:FLOAT
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Tire pressure
*
* Each tires is identified by its areaConfig.areaId config and their
* minFloatValue/maxFloatValue are used to store OEM recommended pressure
* range.
* The Min value in the areaConfig data represents the lower bound of
* the recommended tire pressure.
* The Max value in the areaConfig data represents the upper bound of
* the recommended tire pressure.
* For example:
* The following areaConfig indicates the recommended tire pressure
* of left_front tire is from 200.0 KILOPASCAL to 240.0 KILOPASCAL.
* .areaConfigs = {
* VehicleAreaConfig {
* .areaId = VehicleAreaWheel::LEFT_FRONT,
* .minFloatValue = 200.0,
* .maxFloatValue = 240.0,
* }
* },
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:CONTINUOUS
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
* @unit VehicleUnit:KILOPASCAL
*/
TIRE_PRESSURE = (
0x0309
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:FLOAT
| VehicleArea:WHEEL),
/**
* Currently selected gear
*
* This is the gear selected by the user.
*
* Values in the config data must represent the list of supported gears
* for this vehicle. For example, config data for an automatic transmission
* must contain {GEAR_NEUTRAL, GEAR_REVERSE, GEAR_PARK, GEAR_DRIVE,
* GEAR_1, GEAR_2,...} and for manual transmission the list must be
* {GEAR_NEUTRAL, GEAR_REVERSE, GEAR_1, GEAR_2,...}
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
* @data_enum VehicleGear
*/
GEAR_SELECTION = (
0x0400
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Current gear. In non-manual case, selected gear may not
* match the current gear. For example, if the selected gear is GEAR_DRIVE,
* the current gear will be one of GEAR_1, GEAR_2 etc, which reflects
* the actual gear the transmission is currently running in.
*
* Values in the config data must represent the list of supported gears
* for this vehicle. For example, config data for an automatic transmission
* must contain {GEAR_NEUTRAL, GEAR_REVERSE, GEAR_PARK, GEAR_1, GEAR_2,...}
* and for manual transmission the list must be
* {GEAR_NEUTRAL, GEAR_REVERSE, GEAR_1, GEAR_2,...}. This list need not be the
* same as that of the supported gears reported in GEAR_SELECTION.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
* @data_enum VehicleGear
*/
CURRENT_GEAR = (
0x0401
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Parking brake state.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
PARKING_BRAKE_ON = (
0x0402
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:BOOLEAN
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Auto-apply parking brake.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
PARKING_BRAKE_AUTO_APPLY = (
0x0403
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:BOOLEAN
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Warning for fuel low level.
*
* This property corresponds to the low fuel warning on the dashboard.
* Once FUEL_LEVEL_LOW is set, it should not be cleared until more fuel is
* added to the vehicle. This property may take into account all fuel
* sources for a vehicle - for example:
*
* For a gas powered vehicle, this property is based soley on gas level.
* For a battery powered vehicle, this property is based solely on battery level.
* For a hybrid vehicle, this property may be based on the combination of gas and battery
* levels, at the OEM's discretion.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
*/
FUEL_LEVEL_LOW = (
0x0405
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:BOOLEAN
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Night mode
*
* True indicates that the night mode sensor has detected that the car cabin environment has
* low light. The platform could use this, for example, to enable appropriate UI for
* better viewing in dark or low light environments.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
*/
NIGHT_MODE = (
0x0407
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:BOOLEAN
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* State of the vehicles turn signals
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
* @data_enum VehicleTurnSignal
*/
TURN_SIGNAL_STATE = (
0x0408
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Represents ignition state
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
* @data_enum VehicleIgnitionState
*/
IGNITION_STATE = (
0x0409
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* ABS is active
*
* Set to true when ABS is active. Reset to false when ABS is off. This
* property may be intermittently set (pulsing) based on the real-time
* state of the ABS system.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
*/
ABS_ACTIVE = (
0x040A
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:BOOLEAN
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Traction Control is active
*
* Set to true when traction control (TC) is active. Reset to false when
* TC is off. This property may be intermittently set (pulsing) based on
* the real-time state of the TC system.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
*/
TRACTION_CONTROL_ACTIVE = (
0x040B
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:BOOLEAN
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/*
* HVAC Properties
*
* Additional rules for mapping a zoned HVAC property (except
* HVAC_MAX_DEFROST_ON) to AreaIDs:
* - Every seat in VehicleAreaSeat that is available in the car, must be
* part of an AreaID in the AreaID array.
*
* Example 1: A car has two front seats (ROW_1_LEFT, ROW_1_RIGHT) and three
* back seats (ROW_2_LEFT, ROW_2_CENTER, ROW_2_RIGHT). There are two
* temperature control units -- driver side and passenger side.
* - A valid mapping set of AreaIDs for HVAC_TEMPERATURE_SET would be a
* two element array:
* - ROW_1_LEFT | ROW_2_LEFT
* - ROW_1_RIGHT | ROW_2_CENTER | ROW_2_RIGHT
* - An alternative mapping for the same hardware configuration would be:
* - ROW_1_LEFT | ROW_2_CENTER | ROW_2_LEFT
* - ROW_1_RIGHT | ROW_2_RIGHT
* The temperature controllers are assigned to the seats which they
* "most influence", but every seat must be included exactly once. The
* assignment of the center rear seat to the left or right AreaID may seem
* arbitrary, but the inclusion of every seat in exactly one AreaID ensures
* that the seats in the car are all expressed and that a "reasonable" way
* to affect each seat is available.
*
* Example 2: A car has three seat rows with two seats in the front row (ROW_1_LEFT,
* ROW_1_RIGHT) and three seats in the second (ROW_2_LEFT, ROW_2_CENTER,
* ROW_2_RIGHT) and third rows (ROW_3_LEFT, ROW_3_CENTER, ROW_3_RIGHT). There
* are three temperature control units -- driver side, passenger side, and rear.
* - A reasonable way to map HVAC_TEMPERATURE_SET to AreaIDs is a three
* element array:
* - ROW_1_LEFT
* - ROW_1_RIGHT
* - ROW_2_LEFT | ROW_2_CENTER | ROW_2_RIGHT | ROW_3_LEFT | ROW_3_CENTER | ROW_3_RIGHT
*/
/**
* Fan speed setting
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
HVAC_FAN_SPEED = (
0x0500
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Fan direction setting
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
* @data_enum VehicleHvacFanDirection
*/
HVAC_FAN_DIRECTION = (
0x0501
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* HVAC current temperature.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
* @unit VehicleUnit:CELSIUS
*/
HVAC_TEMPERATURE_CURRENT = (
0x0502
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:FLOAT
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* HVAC, target temperature set.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
* @unit VehicleUnit:CELSIUS
*/
HVAC_TEMPERATURE_SET = (
0x0503
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:FLOAT
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Fan-based defrost for designated window.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
HVAC_DEFROSTER = (
0x0504
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:BOOLEAN
| VehicleArea:WINDOW),
/**
* On/off AC for designated areaId
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
* @config_flags Supported areaIds
*/
HVAC_AC_ON = (
0x0505
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:BOOLEAN
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* On/off max AC
*
* When MAX AC is on, the ECU may adjust the vent position, fan speed,
* temperature, etc as necessary to cool the vehicle as quickly as possible.
* Any parameters modified as a side effect of turning on/off the MAX AC
* parameter shall generate onPropertyEvent() callbacks to the VHAL.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
HVAC_MAX_AC_ON = (
0x0506
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:BOOLEAN
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* On/off max defrost
*
* When MAX DEFROST is on, the ECU may adjust the vent position, fan speed,
* temperature, etc as necessary to defrost the windows as quickly as
* possible. Any parameters modified as a side effect of turning on/off
* the MAX DEFROST parameter shall generate onPropertyEvent() callbacks to
* the VHAL.
* The AreaIDs for HVAC_MAX_DEFROST_ON indicate MAX DEFROST can be controlled
* in the area.
* For example:
* areaConfig.areaId = {ROW_1_LEFT | ROW_1_RIGHT} indicates HVAC_MAX_DEFROST_ON
* only can be controlled for the front rows.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
HVAC_MAX_DEFROST_ON = (
0x0507
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:BOOLEAN
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Recirculation on/off
*
* Controls the supply of exterior air to the cabin. Recirc “on” means the
* majority of the airflow into the cabin is originating in the cabin.
* Recirc “off” means the majority of the airflow into the cabin is coming
* from outside the car.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
HVAC_RECIRC_ON = (
0x0508
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:BOOLEAN
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Enable temperature coupling between areas.
*
* The AreaIDs for HVAC_DUAL_ON property shall contain a combination of
* HVAC_TEMPERATURE_SET AreaIDs that can be coupled together. If
* HVAC_TEMPERATURE_SET is mapped to AreaIDs [a_1, a_2, ..., a_n], and if
* HVAC_DUAL_ON can be enabled to couple a_i and a_j, then HVAC_DUAL_ON
* property must be mapped to [a_i | a_j]. Further, if a_k and a_l can also
* be coupled together separately then HVAC_DUAL_ON must be mapped to
* [a_i | a_j, a_k | a_l].
*
* Example: A car has two front seats (ROW_1_LEFT, ROW_1_RIGHT) and three
* back seats (ROW_2_LEFT, ROW_2_CENTER, ROW_2_RIGHT). There are two
* temperature control units -- driver side and passenger side -- which can
* be optionally synchronized. This may be expressed in the AreaIDs this way:
* - HVAC_TEMPERATURE_SET->[ROW_1_LEFT | ROW_2_LEFT, ROW_1_RIGHT | ROW_2_CENTER | ROW_2_RIGHT]
* - HVAC_DUAL_ON->[ROW_1_LEFT | ROW_2_LEFT | ROW_1_RIGHT | ROW_2_CENTER | ROW_2_RIGHT]
*
* When the property is enabled, the ECU must synchronize the temperature
* for the affected areas. Any parameters modified as a side effect
* of turning on/off the DUAL_ON parameter shall generate
* onPropertyEvent() callbacks to the VHAL. In addition, if setting
* a temperature (i.e. driver's temperature) changes another temperature
* (i.e. front passenger's temperature), then the appropriate
* onPropertyEvent() callbacks must be generated. If a user changes a
* temperature that breaks the coupling (e.g. setting the passenger
* temperature independently) then the VHAL must send the appropriate
* onPropertyEvent() callbacks (i.e. HVAC_DUAL_ON = false,
* HVAC_TEMPERATURE_SET[AreaID] = xxx, etc).
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
HVAC_DUAL_ON = (
0x0509
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:BOOLEAN
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* On/off automatic mode
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
HVAC_AUTO_ON = (
0x050A
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:BOOLEAN
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Seat heating/cooling
*
* Negative values indicate cooling.
* 0 indicates off.
* Positive values indicate heating.
*
* Some vehicles may have multiple levels of heating and cooling. The
* min/max range defines the allowable range and number of steps in each
* direction.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
HVAC_SEAT_TEMPERATURE = (
0x050B
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Side Mirror Heat
*
* Increasing values denote higher heating levels for side mirrors.
* The Max value in the config data represents the highest heating level.
* The Min value in the config data MUST be zero and indicates no heating.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
HVAC_SIDE_MIRROR_HEAT = (
0x050C
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:MIRROR),
/**
* Steering Wheel Heating/Cooling
*
* Sets the amount of heating/cooling for the steering wheel
* config data Min and Max MUST be set appropriately.
* Positive value indicates heating.
* Negative value indicates cooling.
* 0 indicates temperature control is off.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
HVAC_STEERING_WHEEL_HEAT = (
0x050D
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Temperature units for display
*
* Indicates whether the vehicle is displaying temperature to the user as
* Celsius or Fahrenheit.
* VehiclePropConfig.configArray is used to indicate the supported temperature display units.
* For example: configArray[0] = CELSIUS
* configArray[1] = FAHRENHEIT
*
* This parameter MAY be used for displaying any HVAC temperature in the system.
* Values must be one of VehicleUnit::CELSIUS or VehicleUnit::FAHRENHEIT
* Note that internally, all temperatures are represented in floating point Celsius.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
* @data_enum VehicleUnit
*/
HVAC_TEMPERATURE_DISPLAY_UNITS = (
0x050E
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Actual fan speed
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
*/
HVAC_ACTUAL_FAN_SPEED_RPM = (
0x050F
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Represents global power state for HVAC. Setting this property to false
* MAY mark some properties that control individual HVAC features/subsystems
* to UNAVAILABLE state. Setting this property to true MAY mark some
* properties that control individual HVAC features/subsystems to AVAILABLE
* state (unless any/all of them are UNAVAILABLE on their own individual
* merits).
*
* [Definition] HvacPower_DependentProperties: Properties that need HVAC to be
* powered on in order to enable their functionality. For example, in some cars,
* in order to turn on the AC, HVAC must be powered on first.
*
* HvacPower_DependentProperties list must be set in the
* VehiclePropConfig.configArray. HvacPower_DependentProperties must only contain
* properties that are associated with VehicleArea:SEAT. Properties that are not
* associated with VehicleArea:SEAT, for example, HVAC_DEFROSTER, must never
* depend on HVAC_POWER_ON property and must never be part of
* HvacPower_DependentProperties list.
*
* AreaID mapping for HVAC_POWER_ON property must contain all AreaIDs that
* HvacPower_DependentProperties are mapped to.
*
* Example 1: A car has two front seats (ROW_1_LEFT, ROW_1_RIGHT) and three back
* seats (ROW_2_LEFT, ROW_2_CENTER, ROW_2_RIGHT). If the HVAC features (AC,
* Temperature etc.) throughout the car are dependent on a single HVAC power
* controller then HVAC_POWER_ON must be mapped to
* [ROW_1_LEFT | ROW_1_RIGHT | ROW_2_LEFT | ROW_2_CENTER | ROW_2_RIGHT].
*
* Example 2: A car has two seats in the front row (ROW_1_LEFT, ROW_1_RIGHT) and
* three seats in the second (ROW_2_LEFT, ROW_2_CENTER, ROW_2_RIGHT) and third
* rows (ROW_3_LEFT, ROW_3_CENTER, ROW_3_RIGHT). If the car has temperature
* controllers in the front row which can operate entirely independently of
* temperature controllers in the back of the vehicle, then HVAC_POWER_ON
* must be mapped to a two element array:
* - ROW_1_LEFT | ROW_1_RIGHT
* - ROW_2_LEFT | ROW_2_CENTER | ROW_2_RIGHT | ROW_3_LEFT | ROW_3_CENTER | ROW_3_RIGHT
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
HVAC_POWER_ON = (
0x0510
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:BOOLEAN
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Fan Positions Available
*
* This is a bit mask of fan positions available for the zone. Each
* available fan direction is denoted by a separate entry in the vector. A
* fan direction may have multiple bits from vehicle_hvac_fan_direction set.
* For instance, a typical car may have the following fan positions:
* - FAN_DIRECTION_FACE (0x1)
* - FAN_DIRECTION_FLOOR (0x2)
* - FAN_DIRECTION_FACE | FAN_DIRECTION_FLOOR (0x3)
* - FAN_DIRECTION_DEFROST (0x4)
* - FAN_DIRECTION_FLOOR | FAN_DIRECTION_DEFROST (0x6)
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:STATIC
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
* @data_enum VehicleHvacFanDirection
*/
HVAC_FAN_DIRECTION_AVAILABLE = (
0x0511
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32_VEC
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Automatic recirculation on/off
*
* When automatic recirculation is ON, the HVAC system may automatically
* switch to recirculation mode if the vehicle detects poor incoming air
* quality.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
HVAC_AUTO_RECIRC_ON = (
0x0512
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:BOOLEAN
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Seat ventilation
*
* 0 indicates off.
* Positive values indicates ventilation level.
*
* Used by HVAC apps and Assistant to enable, change, or read state of seat
* ventilation. This is different than seating cooling. It can be on at the
* same time as cooling, or not.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
HVAC_SEAT_VENTILATION = (
0x0513
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Electric defrosters' status
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
HVAC_ELECTRIC_DEFROSTER_ON = (
0x0514
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:BOOLEAN
| VehicleArea:WINDOW),
/**
* Distance units for display
*
* Indicates which units the car is using to display distances to the user. Eg. Mile, Meter
* Kilometer.
*
* Distance units are defined in VehicleUnit.
* VehiclePropConfig.configArray is used to indicate the supported distance display units.
* For example: configArray[0] = METER
* configArray[1] = KILOMETER
* configArray[2] = MILE
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
* @data_enum VehicleUnit
*/
DISTANCE_DISPLAY_UNITS = (
0x0600
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Fuel volume units for display
*
* Indicates which units the car is using to display fuel volume to the user. Eg. Liter or
* Gallon.
*
* VehiclePropConfig.configArray is used to indicate the supported fuel volume display units.
* Volume units are defined in VehicleUnit.
* For example: configArray[0] = LITER
* configArray[1] = GALLON
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
* @data_enum VehicleUnit
*/
FUEL_VOLUME_DISPLAY_UNITS = (
0x0601
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Tire pressure units for display
*
* Indicates which units the car is using to display tire pressure to the user. Eg. PSI, Bar or
* Kilopascal.
*
* VehiclePropConfig.configArray is used to indicate the supported pressure display units.
* Pressure units are defined in VehicleUnit.
* For example: configArray[0] = KILOPASCAL
* configArray[1] = PSI
* configArray[2] = BAR
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
* @data_enum VehicleUnit
*/
TIRE_PRESSURE_DISPLAY_UNITS = (
0x0602
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* EV battery units for display
*
* Indicates which units the car is using to display EV battery information to the user. Eg.
* watt-hours(Wh), kilowatt-hours(kWh) or ampere-hours(Ah).
*
* VehiclePropConfig.configArray is used to indicate the supported electrical energy units.
* Electrical energy units are defined in VehicleUnit.
* For example: configArray[0] = WATT_HOUR
* configArray[1] = AMPERE_HOURS
* configArray[2] = KILOWATT_HOUR
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
* @data_enum VehicleUnit
*/
EV_BATTERY_DISPLAY_UNITS = (
0x0603
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Fuel consumption units for display
*
* Indicates type of units the car is using to display fuel consumption information to user
* True indicates units are distance over volume such as MPG.
* False indicates units are volume over distance such as L/100KM.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
FUEL_CONSUMPTION_UNITS_DISTANCE_OVER_VOLUME = (
0x0604
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:BOOLEAN
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Speed units for display
*
* Indicates type of units the car is using to display speed to user. Eg. m/s, km/h, or mph.
*
* VehiclePropConfig.configArray is used to indicate the supported speed display units.
* Pressure units are defined in VehicleUnit.
* For example: configArray[0] = METER_PER_SEC
* configArray[1] = MILES_PER_HOUR
* configArray[2] = KILOMETERS_PER_HOUR
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
VEHICLE_SPEED_DISPLAY_UNITS = (
0x0605
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Outside temperature
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:CONTINUOUS
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
* @unit VehicleUnit:CELSIUS
*/
ENV_OUTSIDE_TEMPERATURE = (
0x0703
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:FLOAT
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Property to control power state of application processor
*
* It is assumed that AP's power state is controlled by a separate power
* controller.
*
* For configuration information, VehiclePropConfig.configArray can have bit flag combining
* values in VehicleApPowerStateConfigFlag.
*
* int32Values[0] : VehicleApPowerStateReq enum value
* int32Values[1] : additional parameter relevant for each state,
* 0 if not used.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
*/
AP_POWER_STATE_REQ = (
0x0A00
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32_VEC
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Property to report power state of application processor
*
* It is assumed that AP's power state is controller by separate power
* controller.
*
* int32Values[0] : VehicleApPowerStateReport enum value
* int32Values[1] : Time in ms to wake up, if necessary. Otherwise 0.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
AP_POWER_STATE_REPORT = (
0x0A01
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32_VEC
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Property to report bootup reason for the current power on. This is a
* static property that will not change for the whole duration until power
* off. For example, even if user presses power on button after automatic
* power on with door unlock, bootup reason must stay with
* VehicleApPowerBootupReason#USER_UNLOCK.
*
* int32Values[0] must be VehicleApPowerBootupReason.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:STATIC
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
*/
AP_POWER_BOOTUP_REASON = (
0x0A02
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Property to represent brightness of the display. Some cars have single
* control for the brightness of all displays and this property is to share
* change in that control.
*
* If this is writable, android side can set this value when user changes
* display brightness from Settings. If this is read only, user may still
* change display brightness from Settings, but that must not be reflected
* to other displays.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
DISPLAY_BRIGHTNESS = (
0x0A03
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Property to feed H/W input events to android
*
* int32Values[0] : action defined by VehicleHwKeyInputAction
* int32Values[1] : key code, must use standard android key code
* int32Values[2] : target display defined in VehicleDisplay. Events not
* tied to specific display must be sent to
* VehicleDisplay#MAIN.
* int32Values[3] : [optional] Number of ticks. The value must be equal or
* greater than 1. When omitted, Android will default to 1.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
* @config_flags
*/
HW_KEY_INPUT = (
0x0A10
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32_VEC
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Property to feed H/W rotary events to android
*
* int32Values[0] : RotaryInputType identifying which rotary knob rotated
* int32Values[1] : number of detents (clicks), positive for clockwise,
* negative for counterclockwise
* int32Values[2] : target display defined in VehicleDisplay. Events not
* tied to specific display must be sent to
* VehicleDisplay#MAIN.
* int32values[3 .. 3 + abs(number of detents) - 2]:
* nanosecond deltas between pairs of consecutive detents,
* if the number of detents is > 1 or < -1
*
* VehiclePropValue.timestamp: when the rotation occurred. If the number of
* detents is > 1 or < -1, this is when the
* first detent of rotation occurred.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @data_enum RotaryInputType
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
*/
HW_ROTARY_INPUT = (
0x0A20
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32_VEC
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/***************************************************************************
* Most Car Cabin properties have both a POSition and MOVE parameter. These
* are used to control the various movements for seats, doors, and windows
* in a vehicle.
*
* A POS parameter allows the user to set the absolution position. For
* instance, for a door, 0 indicates fully closed and max value indicates
* fully open. Thus, a value halfway between min and max must indicate
* the door is halfway open.
*
* A MOVE parameter moves the device in a particular direction. The sign
* indicates direction, and the magnitude indicates speed (if multiple
* speeds are available). For a door, a move of -1 will close the door, and
* a move of +1 will open it. Once a door reaches the limit of open/close,
* the door should automatically stop moving. The user must NOT need to
* send a MOVE(0) command to stop the door at the end of its range.
**************************************************************************/
/**
* Door position
*
* This is an integer in case a door may be set to a particular position.
* Max value indicates fully open, min value (0) indicates fully closed.
*
* Some vehicles (minivans) can open the door electronically. Hence, the
* ability to write this property.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
DOOR_POS = (
0x0B00
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:DOOR),
/**
* Door move
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
DOOR_MOVE = (
0x0B01
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:DOOR),
/**
* Door lock
*
* 'true' indicates door is locked
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
DOOR_LOCK = (
0x0B02
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:BOOLEAN
| VehicleArea:DOOR),
/**
* Mirror Z Position
*
* Positive value indicates tilt upwards, negative value is downwards
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
MIRROR_Z_POS = (
0x0B40
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:MIRROR),
/**
* Mirror Z Move
*
* Positive value indicates tilt upwards, negative value is downwards
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
MIRROR_Z_MOVE = (
0x0B41
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:MIRROR),
/**
* Mirror Y Position
*
* Positive value indicate tilt right, negative value is left
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
MIRROR_Y_POS = (
0x0B42
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:MIRROR),
/**
* Mirror Y Move
*
* Positive value indicate tilt right, negative value is left
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
MIRROR_Y_MOVE = (
0x0B43
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:MIRROR),
/**
* Mirror Lock
*
* True indicates mirror positions are locked and not changeable
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
MIRROR_LOCK = (
0x0B44
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:BOOLEAN
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Mirror Fold
*
* True indicates mirrors are folded
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
MIRROR_FOLD = (
0x0B45
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:BOOLEAN
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Seat memory select
*
* This parameter selects the memory preset to use to select the seat
* position. The minValue is always 0, and the maxValue determines the
* number of seat positions available.
*
* For instance, if the driver's seat has 3 memory presets, the maxValue
* will be 3. When the user wants to select a preset, the desired preset
* number (1, 2, or 3) is set.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:WRITE
*/
SEAT_MEMORY_SELECT = (
0x0B80
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Seat memory set
*
* This setting allows the user to save the current seat position settings
* into the selected preset slot. The maxValue for each seat position
* must match the maxValue for SEAT_MEMORY_SELECT.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:WRITE
*/
SEAT_MEMORY_SET = (
0x0B81
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Seatbelt buckled
*
* True indicates belt is buckled.
*
* Write access indicates automatic seat buckling capabilities. There are
* no known cars at this time, but you never know...
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
SEAT_BELT_BUCKLED = (
0x0B82
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:BOOLEAN
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Seatbelt height position
*
* Adjusts the shoulder belt anchor point.
* Max value indicates highest position
* Min value indicates lowest position
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
SEAT_BELT_HEIGHT_POS = (
0x0B83
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Seatbelt height move
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
SEAT_BELT_HEIGHT_MOVE = (
0x0B84
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Seat fore/aft position
*
* Sets the seat position forward (closer to steering wheel) and backwards.
* Max value indicates closest to wheel, min value indicates most rearward
* position.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
SEAT_FORE_AFT_POS = (
0x0B85
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Seat fore/aft move
*
* Moves the seat position forward and aft.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
SEAT_FORE_AFT_MOVE = (
0x0B86
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Seat backrest angle 1 position
*
* Backrest angle 1 is the actuator closest to the bottom of the seat.
* Max value indicates angling forward towards the steering wheel.
* Min value indicates full recline.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
SEAT_BACKREST_ANGLE_1_POS = (
0x0B87
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Seat backrest angle 1 move
*
* Moves the backrest forward or recline.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
SEAT_BACKREST_ANGLE_1_MOVE = (
0x0B88
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Seat backrest angle 2 position
*
* Backrest angle 2 is the next actuator up from the bottom of the seat.
* Max value indicates angling forward towards the steering wheel.
* Min value indicates full recline.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
SEAT_BACKREST_ANGLE_2_POS = (
0x0B89
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Seat backrest angle 2 move
*
* Moves the backrest forward or recline.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
SEAT_BACKREST_ANGLE_2_MOVE = (
0x0B8A
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Seat height position
*
* Sets the seat height.
* Max value indicates highest position.
* Min value indicates lowest position.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
SEAT_HEIGHT_POS = (
0x0B8B
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Seat height move
*
* Moves the seat height.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
SEAT_HEIGHT_MOVE = (
0x0B8C
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Seat depth position
*
* Sets the seat depth, distance from back rest to front edge of seat.
* Max value indicates longest depth position.
* Min value indicates shortest position.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
SEAT_DEPTH_POS = (
0x0B8D
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Seat depth move
*
* Adjusts the seat depth.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
SEAT_DEPTH_MOVE = (
0x0B8E
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Seat tilt position
*
* Sets the seat tilt.
* Max value indicates front edge of seat higher than back edge.
* Min value indicates front edge of seat lower than back edge.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
SEAT_TILT_POS = (
0x0B8F
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Seat tilt move
*
* Tilts the seat.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
SEAT_TILT_MOVE = (
0x0B90
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Lumber fore/aft position
*
* Pushes the lumbar support forward and backwards
* Max value indicates most forward position.
* Min value indicates most rearward position.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
SEAT_LUMBAR_FORE_AFT_POS = (
0x0B91
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Lumbar fore/aft move
*
* Adjusts the lumbar support.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
SEAT_LUMBAR_FORE_AFT_MOVE = (
0x0B92
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Lumbar side support position
*
* Sets the amount of lateral lumbar support.
* Max value indicates widest lumbar setting (i.e. least support)
* Min value indicates thinnest lumbar setting.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
SEAT_LUMBAR_SIDE_SUPPORT_POS = (
0x0B93
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Lumbar side support move
*
* Adjusts the amount of lateral lumbar support.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
SEAT_LUMBAR_SIDE_SUPPORT_MOVE = (
0x0B94
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Headrest height position
*
* Sets the headrest height.
* Max value indicates tallest setting.
* Min value indicates shortest setting.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
SEAT_HEADREST_HEIGHT_POS = (
0x0B95
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Headrest height move
*
* Moves the headrest up and down.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
SEAT_HEADREST_HEIGHT_MOVE = (
0x0B96
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Headrest angle position
*
* Sets the angle of the headrest.
* Max value indicates most upright angle.
* Min value indicates shallowest headrest angle.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
SEAT_HEADREST_ANGLE_POS = (
0x0B97
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Headrest angle move
*
* Adjusts the angle of the headrest
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
SEAT_HEADREST_ANGLE_MOVE = (
0x0B98
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Headrest fore/aft position
*
* Adjusts the headrest forwards and backwards.
* Max value indicates position closest to front of car.
* Min value indicates position closest to rear of car.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
SEAT_HEADREST_FORE_AFT_POS = (
0x0B99
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Headrest fore/aft move
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
SEAT_HEADREST_FORE_AFT_MOVE = (
0x0B9A
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Seat Occupancy
*
* Indicates whether a particular seat is occupied or not, to the best of the car's ability
* to determine. Valid values are from the VehicleSeatOccupancyState enum.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
* @data_enum VehicleSeatOccupancyState
*/
SEAT_OCCUPANCY = (
0x0BB0
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Window Position
*
* Min = window up / closed
* Max = window down / open
*
* For a window that may open out of plane (i.e. vent mode of sunroof) this
* parameter will work with negative values as follows:
* Max = sunroof completely open
* 0 = sunroof closed.
* Min = sunroof vent completely open
*
* Note that in this mode, 0 indicates the window is closed.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
WINDOW_POS = (
0x0BC0
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:WINDOW),
/**
* Window Move
*
* Max = Open the window as fast as possible
* Min = Close the window as fast as possible
* Magnitude denotes relative speed. I.e. +2 is faster than +1 in closing
* the window.
*
* For a window that may open out of plane (i.e. vent mode of sunroof) this
* parameter will work as follows:
*
* If sunroof is open:
* Max = open the sunroof further, automatically stop when fully open.
* Min = close the sunroof, automatically stop when sunroof is closed.
*
* If vent is open:
* Max = close the vent, automatically stop when vent is closed.
* Min = open the vent further, automatically stop when vent is fully open.
*
* If sunroof is in the closed position:
* Max = open the sunroof, automatically stop when sunroof is fully open.
* Min = open the vent, automatically stop when vent is fully open.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
WINDOW_MOVE = (
0x0BC1
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:WINDOW),
/**
* Window Lock
*
* True indicates windows are locked and can't be moved.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
WINDOW_LOCK = (
0x0BC4
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:BOOLEAN
| VehicleArea:WINDOW),
/**
* Vehicle Maps Service (VMS) message
*
* This property uses MIXED data to communicate vms messages.
*
* Its contents are to be interpreted as follows:
* the indices defined in VmsMessageIntegerValuesIndex are to be used to
* read from int32Values;
* bytes is a serialized VMS message as defined in the vms protocol
* which is opaque to the framework;
*
* IVehicle#get must always return StatusCode::NOT_AVAILABLE.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
VEHICLE_MAP_SERVICE = (
0x0C00
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:MIXED
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* OBD2 Live Sensor Data
*
* Reports a snapshot of the current (live) values of the OBD2 sensors available.
*
* The configArray is set as follows:
* configArray[0] = number of vendor-specific integer-valued sensors
* configArray[1] = number of vendor-specific float-valued sensors
*
* The values of this property are to be interpreted as in the following example.
* Considering a configArray = {2,3}
* int32Values must be a vector containing Obd2IntegerSensorIndex.LAST_SYSTEM_INDEX + 2
* elements (that is, 33 elements);
* floatValues must be a vector containing Obd2FloatSensorIndex.LAST_SYSTEM_INDEX + 3
* elements (that is, 73 elements);
*
* It is possible for each frame to contain a different subset of sensor values, both system
* provided sensors, and vendor-specific ones. In order to support that, the bytes element
* of the property value is used as a bitmask,.
*
* bytes must have a sufficient number of bytes to represent the total number of possible
* sensors (in this case, 14 bytes to represent 106 possible values); it is to be read as
* a contiguous bitmask such that each bit indicates the presence or absence of a sensor
* from the frame, starting with as many bits as the size of int32Values, immediately
* followed by as many bits as the size of floatValues.
*
* For example, should bytes[0] = 0x4C (0b01001100) it would mean that:
* int32Values[0 and 1] are not valid sensor values
* int32Values[2 and 3] are valid sensor values
* int32Values[4 and 5] are not valid sensor values
* int32Values[6] is a valid sensor value
* int32Values[7] is not a valid sensor value
* Should bytes[5] = 0x61 (0b01100001) it would mean that:
* int32Values[32] is a valid sensor value
* floatValues[0 thru 3] are not valid sensor values
* floatValues[4 and 5] are valid sensor values
* floatValues[6] is not a valid sensor value
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
*/
OBD2_LIVE_FRAME = (
0x0D00
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:MIXED
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* OBD2 Freeze Frame Sensor Data
*
* Reports a snapshot of the value of the OBD2 sensors available at the time that a fault
* occurred and was detected.
*
* A configArray must be provided with the same meaning as defined for OBD2_LIVE_FRAME.
*
* The values of this property are to be interpreted in a similar fashion as those for
* OBD2_LIVE_FRAME, with the exception that the stringValue field may contain a non-empty
* diagnostic troubleshooting code (DTC).
*
* A IVehicle#get request of this property must provide a value for int64Values[0].
* This will be interpreted as the timestamp of the freeze frame to retrieve. A list of
* timestamps can be obtained by a IVehicle#get of OBD2_FREEZE_FRAME_INFO.
*
* Should no freeze frame be available at the given timestamp, a response of NOT_AVAILABLE
* must be returned by the implementation. Because vehicles may have limited storage for
* freeze frames, it is possible for a frame request to respond with NOT_AVAILABLE even if
* the associated timestamp has been recently obtained via OBD2_FREEZE_FRAME_INFO.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
*/
OBD2_FREEZE_FRAME = (
0x0D01
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:MIXED
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* OBD2 Freeze Frame Information
*
* This property describes the current freeze frames stored in vehicle
* memory and available for retrieval via OBD2_FREEZE_FRAME.
*
* The values are to be interpreted as follows:
* each element of int64Values must be the timestamp at which a a fault code
* has been detected and the corresponding freeze frame stored, and each
* such element can be used as the key to OBD2_FREEZE_FRAME to retrieve
* the corresponding freeze frame.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
*/
OBD2_FREEZE_FRAME_INFO = (
0x0D02
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:MIXED
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* OBD2 Freeze Frame Clear
*
* This property allows deletion of any of the freeze frames stored in
* vehicle memory, as described by OBD2_FREEZE_FRAME_INFO.
*
* The configArray is set as follows:
* configArray[0] = 1 if the implementation is able to clear individual freeze frames
* by timestamp, 0 otherwise
*
* IVehicle#set of this property is to be interpreted as follows:
* if int64Values contains no elements, then all frames stored must be cleared;
* if int64Values contains one or more elements, then frames at the timestamps
* stored in int64Values must be cleared, and the others not cleared. Should the
* vehicle not support selective clearing of freeze frames, this latter mode must
* return NOT_AVAILABLE.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:WRITE
*/
OBD2_FREEZE_FRAME_CLEAR = (
0x0D03
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:MIXED
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Headlights State
*
* Return the current state of headlights.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
* @data_enum VehicleLightState
*/
HEADLIGHTS_STATE = (
0x0E00
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* High beam lights state
*
* Return the current state of high beam lights.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
* @data_enum VehicleLightState
*/
HIGH_BEAM_LIGHTS_STATE = (
0x0E01
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Fog light state
*
* Return the current state of fog lights.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
* @data_enum VehicleLightState
*/
FOG_LIGHTS_STATE = (
0x0E02
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Hazard light status
*
* Return the current status of hazard lights.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
* @data_enum VehicleLightState
*/
HAZARD_LIGHTS_STATE = (
0x0E03
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Headlight switch
*
* The setting that the user wants.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
* @data_enum VehicleLightSwitch
*/
HEADLIGHTS_SWITCH = (
0x0E10
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* High beam light switch
*
* The setting that the user wants.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
* @data_enum VehicleLightSwitch
*/
HIGH_BEAM_LIGHTS_SWITCH = (
0x0E11
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Fog light switch
*
* The setting that the user wants.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
* @data_enum VehicleLightSwitch
*/
FOG_LIGHTS_SWITCH = (
0x0E12
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Hazard light switch
*
* The setting that the user wants.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
* @data_enum VehicleLightSwitch
*/
HAZARD_LIGHTS_SWITCH = (
0x0E13
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Cabin lights
*
* Return current status of cabin lights.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
* @data_enum VehicleLightState
*/
CABIN_LIGHTS_STATE = (
0x0F01
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Cabin lights switch
*
* The position of the physical switch which controls the cabin lights.
* This might be different than the CABIN_LIGHTS_STATE if the lights are on because a door
* is open or because of a voice command.
* For example, while the switch is in the "off" or "automatic" position.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
* @data_enum VehicleLightSwitch
*/
CABIN_LIGHTS_SWITCH = (
0x0F02
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Reading lights
*
* Return current status of reading lights.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
* @data_enum VehicleLightState
*/
READING_LIGHTS_STATE = (
0x0F03
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Reading lights switch
*
* The position of the physical switch which controls the reading lights.
* This might be different than the READING_LIGHTS_STATE if the lights are on because a door
* is open or because of a voice command.
* For example, while the switch is in the "off" or "automatic" position.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
* @data_enum VehicleLightSwitch
*/
READING_LIGHTS_SWITCH = (
0x0F04
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:INT32
| VehicleArea:SEAT),
/**
* Support customize permissions for vendor properties
*
* Implement this property if vehicle hal support customize vendor permissions feature.
* VehiclePropConfig.configArray is used to indicate vendor properties and permissions
* which selected for this vendor property. The permission must be one of enum in
* VehicleVendorPermission.
* The configArray is set as follows:
* configArray[n] = propId : property ID for the vendor property
* configArray[n+1] = one of enums in VehicleVendorPermission. It indicates the permission
* for reading value of the property.
* configArray[n+2] = one of enums in VehicleVendorPermission. It indicates the permission
* for writing value of the property.
*
* For example:
* configArray = {
* vendor_prop_1, PERMISSION_VENDOR_SEAT_READ, PERMISSION_VENDOR_SEAT_WRITE,
* vendor_prop_2, PERMISSION_VENDOR_INFO, PERMISSION_NOT_ACCESSIBLE,
* }
* If vendor properties are not in this array, they will have the default vendor permission.
* If vendor chose PERMISSION_NOT_ACCESSIBLE, android will not have access to the property. In
* the example, Android can not write value for vendor_prop_2.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:STATIC
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
*/
SUPPORT_CUSTOMIZE_VENDOR_PERMISSION = (
0x0F05
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:BOOLEAN
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Allow disabling optional featurs from vhal.
*
* This property reports optional features that should be disabled.
* All allowed optional features for the system is declared in Car service overlay,
* config_allowed_optional_car_features.
* This property allows disabling features defined in the overlay. Without this property,
* all the features declared in the overlay will be enabled.
*
* Value read should include all features disabled with ',' separation.
* ex) "com.android.car.user.CarUserNoticeService,storage_monitoring"
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:STATIC
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ
*/
DISABLED_OPTIONAL_FEATURES = (
0x0F06
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:STRING
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Defines the initial Android user to be used during initialization.
*
* This property is called by the Android system when it initializes and it lets the HAL
* define which Android user should be started.
*
* This request is made by setting a VehiclePropValue (defined by InitialUserInfoRequest),
* and the HAL must respond with a property change event (defined by InitialUserInfoResponse).
* If the HAL doesn't respond after some time (defined by the Android system), the Android
* system will proceed as if HAL returned a response of action
* InitialUserInfoResponseAction:DEFAULT.
*
* For example, on first boot, the request could be:
*
* int32[0]: 42 // request id (arbitrary number set by Android system)
* int32[1]: 1 // InitialUserInfoRequestType::FIRST_BOOT
* int32[2]: 0 // id of current user (usersInfo.currentUser.userId)
* int32[3]: 1 // flag of current user (usersInfo.currentUser.flags = SYSTEM)
* int32[4]: 1 // number of existing users (usersInfo.numberUsers);
* int32[5]: 0 // user #0 (usersInfo.existingUsers[0].userId)
* int32[6]: 1 // flags of user #0 (usersInfo.existingUsers[0].flags)
*
* And if the HAL want to respond with the creation of an admin user called "Owner", the
* response would be:
*
* int32[0]: 42 // must match the request id from the request
* int32[1]: 2 // action = InitialUserInfoResponseAction::CREATE
* int32[2]: -10000 // userToSwitchOrCreate.userId (not used as user will be created)
* int32[3]: 8 // userToSwitchOrCreate.flags = ADMIN
* string: "||Owner" // userLocales + separator + userNameToCreate
*
* Notice the string value represents multiple values, separated by ||. The first value is the
* (optional) system locales for the user to be created (in this case, it's empty, meaning it
* will use Android's default value), while the second value is the (also optional) name of the
* to user to be created (when the type of response is InitialUserInfoResponseAction:CREATE).
* For example, to create the same "Owner" user with "en-US" and "pt-BR" locales, the string
* value of the response would be "en-US,pt-BR||Owner". As such, neither the locale nor the
* name can have || on it, although a single | is fine.
*
* NOTE: if the HAL doesn't support user management, then it should not define this property,
* which in turn would disable the other user-related properties (for example, the Android
* system would never issue them and user-related requests from the HAL layer would be ignored
* by the Android System). But if it supports user management, then it must support all core
* user-related properties (INITIAL_USER_INFO, SWITCH_USER, CREATE_USER, and REMOVE_USER).
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
INITIAL_USER_INFO = (
0x0F07
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:MIXED
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Defines a request to switch the foreground Android user.
*
* This property is used primarily by the Android System to inform the HAL that the
* current foreground Android user is switching, but it could also be used by the HAL to request
* the Android system to switch users - the
*
* When the request is made by Android, it sets a VehiclePropValue and the HAL must responde
* with a property change event; when the HAL is making the request, it must also do it through
* a property change event (the main difference is that the request id will be positive in the
* former case, and negative in the latter; the SwitchUserMessageType will also be different).
*
* The format of both request is defined by SwitchUserRequest and the format of the response
* (when needed) is defined by SwitchUserResponse. How the HAL (or Android System) should
* proceed depends on the message type (which is defined by the SwitchUserMessageType
* parameter), as defined below.
*
* 1.LEGACY_ANDROID_SWITCH
* -----------------------
*
* Called by the Android System to indicate the Android user is about to change, when the change
* request was made in a way that is not integrated with the HAL (for example, through
* adb shell am switch-user).
*
* The HAL can switch its internal user once it receives this request, but it doesn't need to
* reply back to the Android System. If its internal user cannot be changed for some reason,
* then it must wait for the SWITCH_USER(type=ANDROID_POST_SWITCH) call to recover
* (for example, it could issue a SWITCH_USER(type=VEHICLE_REQUEST) to switch back to
* the previous user), but ideally it should never fail (as switching back could result in a
* confusing experience for the end user).
*
* For example, if the system have users (0, 10, 11) and it's switching from 0 to 11 (where none
* of them have any special flag), the request would be:
*
* int32[0]: 42 // request id
* int32[1]: 1 // SwitchUserMessageType::LEGACY_ANDROID_SWITCH
* int32[2]: 11 // target user id
* int32[3]: 0 // target user flags (none)
* int32[4]: 10 // current user
* int32[5]: 0 // current user flags (none)
* int32[6]: 3 // number of users
* int32[7]: 0 // user #0 (Android user id 0)
* int32[8]: 0 // flags of user #0 (none)
* int32[9]: 10 // user #1 (Android user id 10)
* int32[10]: 0 // flags of user #1 (none)
* int32[11]: 11 // user #2 (Android user id 11)
* int32[12]: 0 // flags of user #2 (none)
*
* 2.ANDROID_SWITCH
* ----------------
* Called by the Android System to indicate the Android user is about to change, but Android
* will wait for the HAL's response (up to some time) before proceeding.
*
* The HAL must switch its internal user once it receives this request, then respond back to
* Android with a SWITCH_USER(type=VEHICLE_RESPONSE) indicating whether its internal
* user was switched or not (through the SwitchUserStatus enum).
*
* For example, if Android has users (0, 10, 11) and it's switching from 10 to 11 (where
* none of them have any special flag), the request would be:
*
* int32[0]: 42 // request id
* int32[1]: 2 // SwitchUserMessageType::ANDROID_SWITCH
* int32[2]: 11 // target user id
* int32[3]: 0 // target user flags (none)
* int32[4]: 10 // current user
* int32[5]: 0 // current user flags (none)
* int32[6]: 3 // number of users
* int32[7]: 0 // 1st user (user 0)
* int32[8]: 1 // 1st user flags (SYSTEM)
* int32[9]: 10 // 2nd user (user 10)
* int32[10]: 0 // 2nd user flags (none)
* int32[11]: 11 // 3rd user (user 11)
* int32[12]: 0 // 3rd user flags (none)
*
* If the request succeeded, the HAL must update the propery with:
*
* int32[0]: 42 // request id
* int32[1]: 3 // messageType = SwitchUserMessageType::VEHICLE_RESPONSE
* int32[2]: 1 // status = SwitchUserStatus::SUCCESS
*
* But if it failed, the response would be something like:
*
* int32[0]: 42 // request id
* int32[1]: 3 // messageType = SwitchUserMessageType::VEHICLE_RESPONSE
* int32[2]: 2 // status = SwitchUserStatus::FAILURE
* string: "108-D'OH!" // OEM-spefic error message
*
* 3.VEHICLE_RESPONSE
* ------------------
* Called by the HAL to indicate whether a request of type ANDROID_SWITCH should proceed or
* abort - see the ANDROID_SWITCH section above for more info.
*
* 4.VEHICLE_REQUEST
* ------------------
* Called by the HAL to request that the current foreground Android user is switched.
*
* This is useful in situations where Android started as one user, but the vehicle identified
* the driver as another user. For example, user A unlocked the car using the key fob of user B;
* the INITIAL_USER_INFO request returned user B, but then a face recognition subsubsystem
* identified the user as A.
*
* The HAL makes this request by a property change event (passing a negative request id), and
* the Android system will response by issue an ANDROID_POST_SWITCH call which the same
* request id.
*
* For example, if the current foreground Android user is 10 and the HAL asked it to switch to
* 11, the request would be:
*
* int32[0]: -108 // request id
* int32[1]: 4 // messageType = SwitchUserMessageType::VEHICLE_REQUEST
* int32[2]: 11 // Android user id
*
* If the request succeeded and Android has 3 users (0, 10, 11), the response would be:
*
* int32[0]: -108 // request id
* int32[1]: 5 // messageType = SwitchUserMessageType::ANDROID_POST_SWITCH
* int32[2]: 11 // target user id
* int32[3]: 0 // target user id flags (none)
* int32[4]: 11 // current user
* int32[5]: 0 // current user flags (none)
* int32[6]: 3 // number of users
* int32[7]: 0 // 1st user (user 0)
* int32[8]: 0 // 1st user flags (none)
* int32[9]: 10 // 2nd user (user 10)
* int32[10]: 4 // 2nd user flags (none)
* int32[11]: 11 // 3rd user (user 11)
* int32[12]: 3 // 3rd user flags (none)
*
* Notice that both the current and target user ids are the same - if the request failed, then
* they would be different (i.e, target user would be 11, but current user would still be 10).
*
* 5.ANDROID_POST_SWITCH
* ---------------------
* Called by the Android System after a request to switch a user was made.
*
* This property is called after switch requests of any type (i.e., LEGACY_ANDROID_SWITCH,
* ANDROID_SWITCH, or VEHICLE_REQUEST) and can be used to determine if the request succeeded or
* failed:
*
* 1. When it succeeded, it's called when the Android user is in the unlocked state and the
* value of the current and target users ids in the response are the same. This would be
* equivalent to receiving an Intent.ACTION_USER_UNLOCKED in an Android app.
* 2. When it failed it's called right away and the value of the current and target users ids
* in the response are different (as the current user didn't change to the target).
* 3. If a new switch request is made before the HAL responded to the previous one or before
* the user was unlocked, then the ANDROID_POST_SWITCH request is not made. For example,
* the driver could accidentally switch to the wrong user which has lock credentials, then
* switch to the right one before entering the credentials.
*
* The HAL can update its internal state once it receives this request, but it doesn't need to
* reply back to the Android System.
*
* Request: the first N values as defined by INITIAL_USER_INFO (where the request-specific
* value at index 1 is SwitchUserMessageType::ANDROID_POST_SWITCH), then 2 more values for the
* target user id (i.e., the Android user id that was requested to be switched to) and its flags
* (as defined by UserFlags).
*
* Response: none.
*
* Example: see VEHICLE_REQUEST section above.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
SWITCH_USER = (
0x0F08
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:MIXED
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Called by the Android System after an Android user was created.
*
* The HAL can use this property to create its equivalent user.
*
* This is an async request: Android makes the request by setting a VehiclePropValue, and HAL
* must respond with a property change indicating whether the request succeeded or failed. If
* it failed, the Android system will remove the user.
*
* The format of the request is defined by CreateUserRequest and the format of the response by
* CreateUserResponse.
*
* For example, if system had 2 users (0 and 10) and a 3rd one (which is an ephemeral guest) was
* created, the request would be:
*
* int32[0]: 42 // request id
* int32[1]: 11 // Android id of the created user
* int32[2]: 3 // Android flags (ephemeral guest) of the created user
* int32[3]: 10 // current user
* int32[4]: 0 // current user flags (none)
* int32[5]: 3 // number of users
* int32[6]: 0 // 1st user (user 0)
* int32[7]: 0 // 1st user flags (none)
* int32[8]: 10 // 2nd user (user 10)
* int32[9]: 0 // 2nd user flags (none)
* int32[19]: 11 // 3rd user (user 11)
* int32[11]: 3 // 3rd user flags (ephemeral guest)
* string: "ElGuesto" // name of the new user
*
* Then if the request succeeded, the HAL would return:
*
* int32[0]: 42 // request id
* int32[1]: 1 // CreateUserStatus::SUCCESS
*
* But if it failed:
*
* int32[0]: 42 // request id
* int32[1]: 2 // CreateUserStatus::FAILURE
* string: "D'OH!" // The meaning is a blackbox - it's passed to the caller (like Settings UI),
* // which in turn can take the proper action.
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
CREATE_USER = (
0x0F09
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:MIXED
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Called by the Android System after an Android user was removed.
*
* The HAL can use this property to remove its equivalent user.
*
* This is write-only call - the Android System is not expecting a reply from the HAL. Hence,
* this request should not fail - if the equivalent HAL user cannot be removed, then HAL should
* mark it as inactive or recover in some other way.
*
* The request is made by setting the VehiclePropValue with the contents defined by
* RemoveUserRequest.
*
* For example, if system had 3 users (0, 10, and 11) and user 11 was removed, the request
* would be:
*
* int32[0]: 42 // request id
* int32[1]: 11 // (Android user id of the removed user)
* int32[2]: 0 // (Android user flags of the removed user)
* int32[3]: 10 // current user
* int32[4]: 0 // current user flags (none)
* int32[5]: 2 // number of users
* int32[6]: 0 // 1st user (user 0)
* int32[7]: 0 // 1st user flags (none)
* int32[8]: 10 // 2nd user (user 10)
* int32[9]: 0 // 2nd user flags (none)
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:STATIC
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:WRITE
*/
REMOVE_USER = (
0x0F0A
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:MIXED
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
/**
* Property used to associate (or query the association) the current user with vehicle-specific
* identification mechanisms (such as key FOB).
*
* This is an optional user management property - the OEM could still support user management
* without defining it. In fact, this property could be used without supporting the core
* user-related functions described on INITIAL_USER_INFO.
*
* To query the association, the Android system gets the property, passing a VehiclePropValue
* containing the types of associations are being queried, as defined by
* UserIdentificationGetRequest. The HAL must return right away, returning a VehiclePropValue
* with a UserIdentificationResponse. Notice that user identification should have already
* happened while system is booting up and the VHAL implementation should only return the
* already identified association (like the key FOB used to unlock the car), instead of starting
* a new association from the get call.
*
* To associate types, the Android system sets the property, passing a VehiclePropValue
* containing the types and values of associations being set, as defined by the
* UserIdentificationSetRequest. The HAL will then use a property change event (whose
* VehiclePropValue is defined by UserIdentificationResponse) indicating the current status of
* the types after the request.
*
* For example, to query if the current user (10) is associated with the FOB that unlocked the
* car and a custom mechanism provided by the OEM, the request would be:
*
* int32[0]: 42 // request id
* int32[1]: 10 (Android user id)
* int32[2]: 0 (Android user flags)
* int32[3]: 2 (number of types queried)
* int32[4]: 1 (1st type queried, UserIdentificationAssociationType::KEY_FOB)
* int32[5]: 101 (2nd type queried, UserIdentificationAssociationType::CUSTOM_1)
*
* If the user is associated with the FOB but not with the custom mechanism, the response would
* be:
*
* int32[0]: 42 // request id
* int32[1]: 2 (number of associations in the response)
* int32[2]: 1 (1st type: UserIdentificationAssociationType::KEY_FOB)
* int32[3]: 2 (1st value: UserIdentificationAssociationValue::ASSOCIATED_CURRENT_USER)
* int32[4]: 101 (2st type: UserIdentificationAssociationType::CUSTOM_1)
* int32[5]: 4 (2nd value: UserIdentificationAssociationValue::NOT_ASSOCIATED_ANY_USER)
*
* Then to associate the user with the custom mechanism, a set request would be made:
*
* int32[0]: 43 // request id
* int32[1]: 10 (Android user id)
* int32[2]: 0 (Android user flags)
* int32[3]: 1 (number of associations being set)
* int32[4]: 101 (1st type: UserIdentificationAssociationType::CUSTOM_1)
* int32[5]: 1 (1st value: UserIdentificationAssociationSetValue::ASSOCIATE_CURRENT_USER)
*
* If the request succeeded, the response would be simply:
*
* int32[0]: 43 // request id
* int32[1]: 1 (number of associations in the response)
* int32[2]: 101 (1st type: UserIdentificationAssociationType::CUSTOM_1)
* int32[3]: 1 (1st value: UserIdentificationAssociationValue::ASSOCIATED_CURRENT_USER)
*
* Notice that the set request adds associations, but doesn't remove the existing ones. In the
* example above, the end state would be 2 associations (FOB and CUSTOM_1). If we wanted to
* associate the user with just CUSTOM_1 but not FOB, then the request should have been:
*
* int32[0]: 43 // request id
* int32[1]: 10 (Android user id)
* int32[2]: 2 (number of types set)
* int32[3]: 1 (1st type: UserIdentificationAssociationType::KEY_FOB)
* int32[4]: 2 (1st value: UserIdentificationAssociationValue::DISASSOCIATE_CURRENT_USER)
* int32[5]: 101 (2nd type: UserIdentificationAssociationType::CUSTOM_1)
* int32[6]: 1 (2nd value: UserIdentificationAssociationValue::ASSOCIATE_CURRENT_USER)
*
* @change_mode VehiclePropertyChangeMode:ON_CHANGE
* @access VehiclePropertyAccess:READ_WRITE
*/
USER_IDENTIFICATION_ASSOCIATION = (
0x0F0B
| VehiclePropertyGroup:SYSTEM
| VehiclePropertyType:MIXED
| VehicleArea:GLOBAL),
};
/**
* Used by SUPPORT_CUSTOMIZE_VENDOR_PERMISSION to indicate the permission of vendor properties.
*/
enum VehicleVendorPermission : int32_t {
PERMISSION_DEFAULT = 0x00000000,
// permissions for the property related with window
PERMISSION_SET_VENDOR_CATEGORY_WINDOW= 0X00000001,
PERMISSION_GET_VENDOR_CATEGORY_WINDOW = 0x00000002,
// permissions for the property related with door
PERMISSION_SET_VENDOR_CATEGORY_DOOR = 0x00000003,
PERMISSION_GET_VENDOR_CATEGORY_DOOR = 0x00000004,
// permissions for the property related with seat
PERMISSION_SET_VENDOR_CATEGORY_SEAT = 0x00000005,
PERMISSION_GET_VENDOR_CATEGORY_SEAT = 0x00000006,
// permissions for the property related with mirror
PERMISSION_SET_VENDOR_CATEGORY_MIRROR= 0x00000007,
PERMISSION_GET_VENDOR_CATEGORY_MIRROR = 0x00000008,
// permissions for the property related with car's information
PERMISSION_SET_VENDOR_CATEGORY_INFO = 0x00000009,
PERMISSION_GET_VENDOR_CATEGORY_INFO = 0x0000000A,
// permissions for the property related with car's engine
PERMISSION_SET_VENDOR_CATEGORY_ENGINE= 0x0000000B,
PERMISSION_GET_VENDOR_CATEGORY_ENGINE = 0x0000000C,
// permissions for the property related with car's HVAC
PERMISSION_SET_VENDOR_CATEGORY_HVAC = 0x0000000D,
PERMISSION_GET_VENDOR_CATEGORY_HVAC = 0x0000000E,
// permissions for the property related with car's light
PERMISSION_SET_VENDOR_CATEGORY_LIGHT = 0x0000000F,
PERMISSION_GET_VENDOR_CATEGORY_LIGHT = 0x00000010,
// permissions reserved for other vendor permission
PERMISSION_SET_VENDOR_CATEGORY_1 = 0x00010000,
PERMISSION_GET_VENDOR_CATEGORY_1 = 0x00011000,
PERMISSION_SET_VENDOR_CATEGORY_2 = 0x00020000,
PERMISSION_GET_VENDOR_CATEGORY_2 = 0x00021000,
PERMISSION_SET_VENDOR_CATEGORY_3 = 0x00030000,
PERMISSION_GET_VENDOR_CATEGORY_3 = 0x00031000,
PERMISSION_SET_VENDOR_CATEGORY_4 = 0x00040000,
PERMISSION_GET_VENDOR_CATEGORY_4 = 0x00041000,
PERMISSION_SET_VENDOR_CATEGORY_5 = 0x00050000,
PERMISSION_GET_VENDOR_CATEGORY_5 = 0x00051000,
PERMISSION_SET_VENDOR_CATEGORY_6 = 0x00060000,
PERMISSION_GET_VENDOR_CATEGORY_6 = 0x00061000,
PERMISSION_SET_VENDOR_CATEGORY_7 = 0x00070000,
PERMISSION_GET_VENDOR_CATEGORY_7 = 0x00071000,
PERMISSION_SET_VENDOR_CATEGORY_8 = 0x00080000,
PERMISSION_GET_VENDOR_CATEGORY_8 = 0x00081000,
PERMISSION_SET_VENDOR_CATEGORY_9 = 0x00090000,
PERMISSION_GET_VENDOR_CATEGORY_9 = 0x00091000,
PERMISSION_SET_VENDOR_CATEGORY_10 = 0x000A0000,
PERMISSION_GET_VENDOR_CATEGORY_10 = 0x000A1000,
// Indicate not available for android to access.
PERMISSION_NOT_ACCESSIBLE = 0xF0000000
};
/**
* Used by seat occupancy to enumerate the current occupancy state of the seat.
*/
enum VehicleSeatOccupancyState : int32_t {
UNKNOWN = 0,
VACANT = 1,
OCCUPIED = 2
};
/**
* Used by lights state properties to enumerate the current state of the lights.
*
* Most XXX_LIGHTS_STATE properties will only report ON and OFF states. Only
* the HEADLIGHTS_STATE property will report DAYTIME_RUNNING.
*/
enum VehicleLightState : int32_t {
OFF = 0,
ON = 1,
DAYTIME_RUNNING = 2
};
/**
* Used by lights switch properties to enumerate user selected switch setting.
*
* XXX_LIGHTS_SWITCH properties report the switch settings that the user
* selects. The switch setting may be decoupled from the state reported if the
* user selects AUTOMATIC.
*/
enum VehicleLightSwitch : int32_t {
OFF = 0,
ON = 1,
/**
* Daytime running lights mode. Most cars automatically use DRL but some
* cars allow the user to activate them manually.
*/
DAYTIME_RUNNING = 2,
/**
* Allows the vehicle ECU to set the lights automatically
*/
AUTOMATIC = 0x100,
};
/**
* Used by INFO_EV_CONNECTOR_TYPE to enumerate the type of connectors
* available to charge the vehicle.
*/
enum EvConnectorType : int32_t {
/**
* Default type if the vehicle does not know or report the EV connector
* type.
*/
UNKNOWN = 0,
IEC_TYPE_1_AC = 1, // aka Yazaki
IEC_TYPE_2_AC = 2, // aka Mennekes
IEC_TYPE_3_AC = 3, // aka Scame
IEC_TYPE_4_DC = 4, // aka CHAdeMO
IEC_TYPE_1_CCS_DC = 5, // aka Combo 1
IEC_TYPE_2_CCS_DC = 6, // aka Combo 2
TESLA_ROADSTER = 7,
TESLA_HPWC = 8,
TESLA_SUPERCHARGER = 9,
GBT_AC = 10,
GBT_DC = 11,
/**
* Connector type to use when no other types apply. Before using this
* value, work with Google to see if the EvConnectorType enum can be
* extended with an appropriate value.
*/
OTHER = 101,
};
/**
* Used by INFO_FUEL_DOOR_LOCATION/INFO_CHARGE_PORT_LOCATION to enumerate fuel door or
* ev port location.
*/
enum PortLocationType : int32_t {
/**
* Default type if the vehicle does not know or report the Fuel door
* and ev port location.
*/
UNKNOWN = 0,
FRONT_LEFT = 1,
FRONT_RIGHT = 2,
REAR_RIGHT = 3,
REAR_LEFT = 4,
FRONT = 5,
REAR = 6,
};
/**
* Used by INFO_FUEL_TYPE to enumerate the type of fuels this vehicle uses.
* Consistent with projection protocol.
*/
enum FuelType : int32_t {
/**
* Fuel type to use if the HU does not know on which types of fuel the vehicle
* runs. The use of this value is generally discouraged outside of aftermarket units.
*/
FUEL_TYPE_UNKNOWN = 0,
/** Unleaded gasoline */
FUEL_TYPE_UNLEADED = 1,
/** Leaded gasoline */
FUEL_TYPE_LEADED = 2,
/** Diesel #1 */
FUEL_TYPE_DIESEL_1 = 3,
/** Diesel #2 */
FUEL_TYPE_DIESEL_2 = 4,
/** Biodiesel */
FUEL_TYPE_BIODIESEL = 5,
/** 85% ethanol/gasoline blend */
FUEL_TYPE_E85 = 6,
/** Liquified petroleum gas */
FUEL_TYPE_LPG = 7,
/** Compressed natural gas */
FUEL_TYPE_CNG = 8,
/** Liquified natural gas */
FUEL_TYPE_LNG = 9,
/** Electric */
FUEL_TYPE_ELECTRIC = 10,
/** Hydrogen fuel cell */
FUEL_TYPE_HYDROGEN = 11,
/**
* Fuel type to use when no other types apply. Before using this value, work with
* Google to see if the FuelType enum can be extended with an appropriate value.
*/
FUEL_TYPE_OTHER = 12,
};
/**
* Bit flags for fan direction
*/
enum VehicleHvacFanDirection : int32_t {
UNKNOWN = 0x0,
FACE = 0x1,
FLOOR = 0x2,
/**
* FACE_AND_FLOOR = FACE | FLOOR
*/
FACE_AND_FLOOR = 0x3,
DEFROST = 0x4,
/**
* DEFROST_AND_FLOOR = DEFROST | FLOOR
*/
DEFROST_AND_FLOOR = 0x06,
};
enum VehicleOilLevel : int32_t {
/**
* Oil level values
*/
CRITICALLY_LOW = 0,
LOW = 1,
NORMAL = 2,
HIGH = 3,
ERROR = 4,
};
enum VehicleApPowerStateConfigFlag : int32_t {
/**
* AP can enter deep sleep state. If not set, AP will always shutdown from
* VehicleApPowerState#SHUTDOWN_PREPARE power state.
*/
ENABLE_DEEP_SLEEP_FLAG = 0x1,
/**
* The power controller can power on AP from off state after timeout
* specified in VehicleApPowerSet VEHICLE_AP_POWER_SET_SHUTDOWN_READY message.
*/
CONFIG_SUPPORT_TIMER_POWER_ON_FLAG = 0x2,
};
enum VehicleApPowerStateReq : int32_t {
/**
* This requests Android to enter its normal operating state.
* This may be sent after the AP has reported
* VehicleApPowerStateReport#DEEP_SLEEP_EXIT,
* VehicleApPowerStateReport#SHUTDOWN_CANCELLED, or
* VehicleApPowerStateReport#WAIT_FOR_VHAL.
*/
ON = 0,
/**
* The power controller issues this request to shutdown the system.
* This may be sent after the AP has reported
* VehicleApPowerStateReport#DEEP_SLEEP_EXIT,
* VehicleApPowerStateReport#ON,
* VehicleApPowerStateReport#SHUTDOWN_CANCELLED,
* VehicleApPowerStateReport#SHUTDOWN_POSTPONE,
* VehicleApPowerStateReport#SHUTDOWN_PREPARE, or
* VehicleApPowerStateReport#WAIT_FOR_VHAL.
*
* int32Values[1] : One of VehicleApPowerStateShutdownParam.
* This parameter indicates if the AP should shut
* down fully or sleep. This parameter also
* indicates if the shutdown should be immediate
* or if it can be postponed. If the shutdown can
* be postponed, AP requests postponing by sending
* VehicleApPowerStateReport#SHUTDOWN_POSTPONE.
*/
SHUTDOWN_PREPARE = 1,
/**
* Cancel the shutdown.
* This may be sent after the AP has reported
* VehicleApPowerStateReport#SHUTDOWN_POSTPONE or
* VehicleApPowerStateReport#SHUTDOWN_PREPARE.
* After receiving this request, the AP will report
* VehicleApPowerStateReport#WAIT_FOR_VHAL in preparation to going ON.
*/
CANCEL_SHUTDOWN = 2,
/**
* Completes the shutdown process.
* This may be sent after the AP has reported
* VehicleApPowerStateReport#DEEP_SLEEP_ENTRY or
* VehicleApPowerStateReport#SHUTDOWN_START. The AP will not report new
* state information after receiving this request.
*/
FINISHED = 3,
};
/**
* Index in int32Values for VehicleProperty#AP_POWER_STATE_REQ property.
*/
enum VehicleApPowerStateReqIndex : int32_t {
STATE = 0,
ADDITIONAL = 1,
};
enum VehicleApPowerStateShutdownParam : int32_t {
/** AP must shutdown immediately. Postponing is not allowed. */
SHUTDOWN_IMMEDIATELY = 1,
/** AP can enter deep sleep instead of shutting down completely. */
CAN_SLEEP = 2,
/** AP can only shutdown with postponing allowed. */
SHUTDOWN_ONLY = 3,
/**
* AP may enter deep sleep, but must either sleep or shut down immediately.
* Postponing is not allowed. */
SLEEP_IMMEDIATELY = 4,
};
enum VehicleApPowerStateReport : int32_t {
/**
* The device has booted. CarService has initialized and is ready to accept commands
* from VHAL. The user is not logged in, and vendor apps and services are expected to
* control the display and audio.
* After reporting this state, AP will accept VehicleApPowerStateReq#ON or
* VehicleApPowerStateReq#SHUTDOWN_PREPARE. Other power state requests are ignored.
*/
WAIT_FOR_VHAL = 0x1,
/**
* AP is ready to suspend.
* The AP will not send any more state reports after this.
* After reporting this state, AP will accept VehicleApPowerStateReq#FINISHED.
* Other power state requests are ignored.
*
* int32Values[1]: Time to turn AP back on, in seconds. Power controller should turn on
* AP after the specified time has elapsed, so AP can run tasks like
* update. If this value is 0, no wake up is requested. The power
* controller may not necessarily support timed wake-up.
*/
DEEP_SLEEP_ENTRY = 0x2,
/**
* AP is exiting from deep sleep state.
* After reporting this state, AP will accept VehicleApPowerStateReq#ON or
* VehicleApPowerStateReq#SHUTDOWN_PREPARE. Other power state requests are ignored.
*/
DEEP_SLEEP_EXIT = 0x3,
/**
* AP sends this message repeatedly while cleanup and idle tasks execute.
* After reporting this state, AP will accept VehicleApPowerStateReq#SHUTDOWN_PREPARE
* requesting immediate shutdown or VehicleApPowerStateReq#CANCEL_SHUTDOWN. Other
* power state requests are ignored.
*
* int32Values[1]: Time to postpone shutdown in ms. Maximum value is
* 5000 ms.
* If AP needs more time, it will send another SHUTDOWN_POSTPONE
* message before the previous one expires.
*/
SHUTDOWN_POSTPONE = 0x4,
/**
* AP is ready to shutdown.
* The AP will not send any more state reports after this.
* After reporting this state, AP will accept VehicleApPowerStateReq#FINISHED.
* Other power state requests are ignored.
*
* int32Values[1]: Time to turn AP back on, in seconds. Power controller should turn on
* AP after the specified time has elapsed so AP can run tasks like
* update. If this value is 0, no wake up is specified. The power
* controller may not necessarily support timed wake-up.
*/
SHUTDOWN_START = 0x5,
/**
* AP is entering its normal operating state.
* After reporting this state, AP will accept VehicleApPowerStateReq#SHUTDOWN_PREPARE.
* Other power state requests are ignored.
*/
ON = 0x6,
/**
* AP is preparing to shut down. In this state, Garage Mode is active and idle
* tasks are allowed to run.
* After reporting this state, AP will accept VehicleApPowerStateReq#SHUTDOWN_PREPARE
* requesting immediate shutdown or VehicleApPowerStateReq#CANCEL_SHUTDOWN. Other
* power state requests are ignored.
*/
SHUTDOWN_PREPARE = 0x7,
/**
* AP has stopped preparing to shut down.
* After reporting this state, AP will accept VehicleApPowerStateReq#ON or
* VehicleApPowerStateReq#SHUTDOWN_PREPARE. Other power state requests are ignored.
*/
SHUTDOWN_CANCELLED = 0x8,
};
enum VehicleHwKeyInputAction : int32_t {
/** Key down */
ACTION_DOWN = 0,
/** Key up */
ACTION_UP = 1,
};
enum VehicleDisplay : int32_t {
/** The primary Android display (for example, center console) */
MAIN = 0,
INSTRUMENT_CLUSTER = 1,
};
/**
* Units used for int or float type with no attached enum types.
*/
enum VehicleUnit : int32_t {
SHOULD_NOT_USE = 0x000,
METER_PER_SEC = 0x01,
RPM = 0x02,
HERTZ = 0x03,
PERCENTILE = 0x10,
MILLIMETER = 0x20,
METER = 0x21,
KILOMETER = 0x23,
MILE = 0x24,
CELSIUS = 0x30,
FAHRENHEIT = 0x31,
KELVIN = 0x32,
MILLILITER = 0x40,
LITER = 0x41,
/** deprecated. Use US_GALLON instead. */
GALLON = 0x42,
US_GALLON = 0x42,
IMPERIAL_GALLON = 0x43,
NANO_SECS = 0x50,
SECS = 0x53,
YEAR = 0x59,
// Electrical Units
WATT_HOUR = 0x60,
MILLIAMPERE = 0x61,
MILLIVOLT = 0x62,
MILLIWATTS = 0x63,
AMPERE_HOURS = 0x64,
KILOWATT_HOUR = 0x65,
KILOPASCAL = 0x70