Teslas are known for popularizing the massive touchscreen on the dashboard, but as Tesla owners know all too well, that screen can’t be used to connect your phone using Android Auto or Apple CarPlay. But what if there was a way, a very convoluted way, but a way nonetheless?
Developer Michał Gapiński has been working on the “Tesla Android Project” for a few months now and just demonstrated a working solution. Here it is captured on video:
The eagle-eyed among you may have noticed something weird – the CarPlay UI is running in the browser. Well, that’s not quite the case, the car’s browser is used to cobble together a sort of screen casting solution.
Read more about how this crazy contraption works over at ArenaEV.
They do notify you there's an update and if you accept it your car will be undrivable for the next 30-40mins. In the land of Tesla a paid update will add features to your car like self driving. So there's frequent unpaid updates makes you f...
No charges for these almost weekly updates. Just don't know what they are trying to do, the car drives exactly the same.
Apple carplay is much better that Telsas unreliable dribble.