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17 january 2022 15:03:59

Someone added CarPlay to their Tesla using a Raspberry Pi
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What you need to know Tesla cars do not support Apple CarPlay despite having a huge touch screen. A developer has found a way to install a custom Android built onto a Raspberry Pi to push CarPlay to the Tesla`s screen. The required software will be shared when it`s ready for prime time. You can get CarPlay on some budget cars but not your Tesla. Did you know that you still can`t use Apple`s CarPlay It remains one of the strangest omissions from Tesla electric vehicles to date but where there`s a will, there`s a way. One developer has found a way to use Tesla`s built-in web browser and a custom Android build to get things working. The gist is simple — install the custom Android build onto a Raspberry Pi and use that as a go-between for your iPhone and your car`s display. In reality, it`s more complicated than that — but as this Tesla North report shows, it definitely works. ... one developer has created a hack to run Apple CarPlay in their Tesla. Polish developer Michał...

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