Tesla Android Project: Now CarPlay Will Work In Tesla Vehicles (Video)

Tesla Android Project

Like many Tesla drivers, Polish developer Michał Gapiński wants to connect his iPhone more deeply with his vehicle so that it can be operated more easily while driving. To do this, he sat down at his desk and started the “ Tesla Android Project”. Now, with update 2022.25.1, he has launched a new version that, according to the developer, should allow “100 percent CarPlay integration in every Tesla”.

Tesla Android Project

What’s new in Tesla Android Project 2022.25.1

This Tesla Android Project 2022.25.1 supports DRM video playback for apps like Netflix to work normally, orientation lock for apps like Apple Music to automatically launch in landscape mode, and the hack uses now Android 12.1 for better stability and performance.

How does it work?

Gapiński’s CarPlay bypass involves using a Rasberry Pi with an LTE modem and Wi-Fi hotspot, running custom Android-based firmware, along with a micro-HDMI to HDMI cable and an Ethernet cable. The onboard navigator is used to connect to the Rasberry Pi and bring up the CarPlay interface on Tesla’s screen, where Apple apps including Maps and Apple Music work as expected. The system works while driving and can also be controlled using the Tesla’s steering wheel media buttons.

Tesla Android Project

Despite the preponderance of CarPlay on many electric cars, Tesla still does not offer official support. Tesla CEO Elon Musk is unresponsive to requests on Twitter for the company to bring CarPlay to its vehicles, despite it being one of the most requested features by the brand’s car owners. However, he’s not against bringing CarPlay into Teslas.

When CarPlay Officially Released For Other vehicle Manufacturer

At the 2022 Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple showed off a “next-generation” “CarPlay” for a variety of compatible models, which can support multi-screen displays in the car, and even adjust the temperature or heat of the air conditioner in the car, and more.

Apple says the first vehicles to support the new “CarPlay” experience will be released by the end of 2023, including Ford, Lincoln, Mercedes-Benz, Infiniti, Honda, Acura, Jaguar, Land Rover, Audi, Nissan, Volvo, Porsche, and more Many car companies, but no Tesla.

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