Manuals and Guides For DMD-T665

If you bought the DMD-T665 this page is for you.
We will keep this page updated as much as possible to provide all the information you need to assemble, operate and maintain your device.

Check the PDF manual or scroll down for our quick guide instructions.

Downloads / Certification:

File downloads for the devices. In PDF format.
Quick reference manual and specifications.
Certification List

Quick Start Manual Download:

Device Specifications:


IP68 certification


Power Button


Volume Buttons


User Configurable Button


SIM & SD Card slot


USB-C Connector


1 – Power Button
2 – Volume Buttons
3 – User configurable button – You can configure it with the included system app “Buttons”
4 – SIM and SD Card Slot – Always keep the rubber cap closed while riding
5 – USB-C Port – Always keep the rubber cap closed while riding

SD Card / SIM Card Access:

Open the plastic cap on the left side of the device, then pull the silver metal tray.


SD Card slot


SIM Card slot


Rubber cap


SIM & SD tray slot

Before Using:

Make sure you remove the plastic peel on the holder contact area.


The included charging holder needs to be secured to a base with AMPS bolt pattern, screws are provided but you should make sure you have a base with this hole pattern already installed in your motorcycle. For each installation/motorcycle model there are usually plenty of AMPS pattern bases, if you have a navigation tower, chances are it already includes a base like this, if not, you need to search one for your motorcycle model / tower.
Most GPS Mounts will work, you can check some here.

Holder – Magnetic Base

1 – Secure the base to your motorcycle

DMD-T665 Magnetic Base (included with all devices)
Connects directly to 12V power supply or to USB plug
AMPS pattern mounting

12V Power Supply or USB Cable

2 – Power the magnetic base

To power the Magnetic Base you can either use the 12V power supply or use the USB cable option

Optional Lock

3 – Lock it (optional)

Optionally you can lock the base with a key, for that you need to use this accessory (sold separately)

Off-Road Use:

If the main use for the device is Off-Road it is highly recommended that you use both the screws pictured on the previous photo to avoid any type of movement of the device in the holder.

This will reduce friction with the holder caused under heavy stress condition like off-road riding.

This will also make the device more secure against theft.

We do understand that this make it hard to remove and attach the device and we are working on an alternative, more “heavy-duty” holder.

12V Power Supply Wiring:


Connect to Motorcycle 12V (Positive)


Connect to motorcycle ground (negative)


Switch – Connect to 12V post ignition or pair with positive (red) if you are connecting everything post ignition


Data cables for accessories

1 – Red – Connect to battery positive directly or post ignition. – If connecting post ignition pair it with green cable.
2- Black – Connect to ground (negative), post ignition or directly to battery makes no difference.
3 – Green – This wire commands the power supply, if it gets power it will turn on the power supply. If you are connecting everything post ignition then group this with red (join both). If you are connecting the red directly to battery you can use the Green as a “switch”, so connect it to a post-ignition or to a switch and back to positive.
4 – Purple and Blue – for data, in case in the future we release wired accessories, these two allow for data connection.
Purple – RX, Blue – TX, both follow the RS232 specification, they connect inverted to accessories with same connection, example:
Harness TX —> Accessory RX
Harness RX —> Accessory TX

Firmware Updates:

To make the firmware updates as simple as possible, every time we release an update you simply get a notification to update, just tap on the notification and it will start the download.
There are two types of firmware updates, complete updates which will move the firmware version up and included latest security updates, and partial updates which only update certain system apps and device settings, both use the same notification tap method.
After taping the notification the download will start, you can track the progress in the notification. When the download finishes the tablet will restart and apply the updates.

Auto Turn On and Off:

Auto Turn On is activated by default on all DMD-T devices, this means that if your device is turned off it will turn on as soon as it starts charging.
Auto Turn Off is fully configurable, it can be enabled or not, it can do a full shutdown or just turn off screen, show a dialog with a counter or not.
To setup Auto Turn Off you can use the included “Auto Off” app.
Auto Off app:
Auto Off options:
Auto Off dialog:

Default Home Launcher:

The default home launcher is the app which is shown when your device first starts or when you press the home button.
Some users like the tablet to behave more like a traditional Android device, with a regular launcher where they can launch any app including DMD2. Other users will use the tablet mostly on their motorcycles and want DMD2 to be the default home app.
Whatever you prefer, notice that, you can always change this at any time. Check the video bellow to see how.

In the video:

  • Open default Android Settings
  • Click Apps
  • Click Default Apps
  • Click Home app
  • Click on your preferred launcher app

DMD2 App Quick Start:

Our friends at Rally Raid created some videos showing some of the basic setup for DMD2

Basic Map Setup:

Basic OBD2 Setup:

No Keyboard when using a controller:

If after pairing a remote controller there is no software keyboard you just need to manually enable it.
If the on-screen keyboard is missing when you click on text input boxes, chances are you paired a remote controller and the system disabled the on-screen keyboard.
This setting can be changed at anytime and the setting will be remembered by the system (you only need to do it once).

In the video:

  • Pull the top notification drawer
  • Click on the notification with “Configure physical keyboard” title
  • Enable “Use on-screen keyboard”
  • Done!

This setting can also be found in Android Settings > System > Languages & Input