While it would be technically possible for the MCU to offload functions to the GPU, I doubt the version of Linux they’re using has code for GPU offloading. That would mean be a lot of porting and testing.
It's not illegal in WA. It's only illegal if it's on a portable, personal device. (RCW 46.61.672)I'm sure it has nothing to do with the fact that displaying video that the driver can see while driving is illegal...
no new battery?I’ll share the way I hacked this and got it for free:
I requested an upgrade at my local SC and got a $1K estimate.
I then requested an upgrade via the app, but set my request location as in San Diego where I noticed a lot of people were having success. I do not live anywhere near San Diego. Got back a $0 estimate and a service date a few days away. Immediately used the app to re-schedule to my local SC, which it happily did. However, it would only let me schedule about 3 weeks out. I accepted this 3 week out date, and then immediately re-scheduled again. Now it let me schedule just a few days away. I really didn’t want the $0 estimate sitting in the system for longer than needed for some audit to catch it.
Dropped off car on that date, got the upgrade, got the car back, no charge, no questions. Somehow, magically, the system didn’t even need to do camera calibration, it just worked immediately.
When I got my 3.0 installed they drove it for a short period maybe to test the car. But very short since I was monitoring the app. I needed to calibrate on the freeway. After weeks in it’s definitely an upgrade. Initially there were more phantom brakingm. But that stopped. When there’s other cars slowing down I feel the car recognizes it quickly and slows down leading to far less scary last minute braking.Calibrating the cameras, that's why yours didn't need it done.