Current version of the OpenAuto Pro is 6.1
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OpenAuto Pro version 4.0 is available
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We are pleased to announce that the OpenAuto Pro version 4.0 has been released.

If you would like to update your version of the OpenAuto Pro, send us an email at software@bluewavestudio.io with your order number.


More information can be found here: OpenAuto Pro 4.0 Changelog


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Would it be possible to get some example amazon links of external Bluetooth dongles that are compatible? Want to make sure I find one that isn't based on broadcom..
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(12-09-2019, 01:40 PM)tmacmannis Wrote: Would it be possible to get some example amazon links of external Bluetooth dongles that are compatible? Want to make sure I find one that isn't based on broadcom..

They are usually marked as CSR 4.0 dongles. CSR means Cambridge Silicon Radio - manufacturer of the chip.
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Is it possible to update from 3.3.2 RC1 or will a re-flash still be required in that case as well?
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(12-09-2019, 08:30 PM)Pazuzu Wrote: Is it possible to update from 3.3.2 RC1 or will a re-flash still be required in that case as well?

Unfortunately, it is required to reflash the sd card in order to update to 4.0 version. We will provide update scripts for further releases.
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#6
Hi..

Silly question. Is there any info on how to use rear camera feature? ie what cam is needed and connected etc?

Thanks

Sunil
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(12-09-2019, 09:00 PM)sunilbass Wrote: Hi..

Silly question. Is there any info on how to use rear camera feature? ie what cam is needed and connected etc?

Thanks

Sunil

Please have a looks at user guide (Chapter 10) https://bluewavestudio.io/resources/open...rguide.pdf
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#8
Good job!

Nice features deployed, Raspbian got stabilized, now waiting for more! Smile

BTW, how i can set up weather temperature on status bar? I got only '--'
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(12-09-2019, 09:45 PM)peetereczek Wrote: Good job!

Nice features deployed, Raspbian got stabilized, now waiting for more! Smile

BTW, how i can set up weather temperature on status bar? I got only '--'

We recommend to have a look at chapter 9 of OpenAuto Pro user guide https://bluewavestudio.io/resources/open...rguide.pdf . The simplest way to display current temperature is usage of DS18B20 sensor. However, please have a look at https://bluewavestudio.io/community/show...p?tid=1063 thread where one of OpenAuto Pro user implemented support of temperature sensor embedded in the car.
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Mr Daniel,

CCongrats on the new version 4.o.  I may speak for myself here but In my experience this is the best release in terms of being very well executed so that no real issues have shown up to cause problems for we the users.  I appreciate your hard work toward that end and look forward to future improvements.

One suggestion that would be very helpful to we the clueless customers:  Can you post a listing on the site with the version related accessories that everyone is always struggling with implementing so that all the little secrets you know are listed to give us a place to look them up.  Example:  the btswitch command that is not used in version 4.0 could fall under Version 4.0 Bluetooth.  Over the last year I see you endlessly answering the same questions about problems over and over. I say organize them with the answers in one place making them easily accessible.   I may be alone when I say that I have spent untold time searching for answers to connecting and configuring things like Real Time Clock, rear view camera, shutdown relays, etc. Ordinarily this would usually end up in the manuals.  But as you develop the software the manual is not always up to date and detailed enough.  So these fixes and suggestions have to be searched for on the site. A table of versions with fixes will greatly reduce the time and effort both we and you spend looking for answering the troubleshooting questions that always plague us all.  We the ignorant will be able to quickly find answers and you the expertr can use that time to improve even more on the program.

Thanks again
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