Update: I finally got a case of the not-lazys long enough to try this. I rearranged my setup as described above and am happy to say that (for the moment) everything is now working. All USB ports play media as well as AUX. At first AUX didn't work. This port seems really touchy. It kept saying no other devices connected. I was testing it with a little Sandisk MP3 player. I finally swapped it out for my phone and then it started playing. I later swapped the Sandisk player back and it worked, too. I don't know what the sensitivity is for detecting the input. I doubt I'll ever really want to use it, anyway.
I bought a cheap mini USB female to USB female adapter on Amazon for testing. I disconnected my inner USB hub (the one that wasn't working) and used the adapter to connect a USB flash drive directly to the Output of the front hub. It worked. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00474R7HO/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 (This part wouldn't be used in the final setup, it was just used to verify that connecting a flash drive directly to the Output on the back of the Front console USB hub worked). So both hubs are connected directly to the HMI. I verified this worked a few weeks ago, but it means the Glove Box port has nowhere to connect to, however with this testing I should be able to connect the Glove Box to the front Hub and have everything working. There isn't a specific part that I can see that would do this, but they're just Mini USB connectors so a generic cable should work, would just need electrical tape or something to keep the connections secure. This means I should be able to run: HMI -> Front Console Hub (Green to Grey cable) HMI -> Inner Console Hub (Black to Brown cable) Front Console Hub -> Glove Compartment Port (generic Mini USB extension cable) https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B015HKPDAE?pf_rd_p=d1f45e03-8b73-4c9a-9beb-4819111bef9a&pf_rd_r=HJVW9D9NJGNQETAPW9T4
Don't expect any kind of "subwoofer" performance from that thing. I had a 2007 crew with a Bose system and owned it for 8 years before learning there was a subwoofer in the center console.
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