2022.35 OTA software update rumors?

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Rivian has been delivering OTA updates every 4 weeks consistently all spring/summer pointing to a 4-week sprint development cycle. That should put the next one at 2022.35 (year.week number) with the updates being rolled out pretty reliably 3 weeks after the week # in the build name. That should have the 2022.35 release dropping imminently. Anyone have any rumours or speculation here?

 

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For all things in the pipeline, this is the best place to find them. One of Rivian's lead software engineers has a Reddit account where he takes feedback on issues, as well as offers insight into upcoming releases.

https://www.reddit.com/user/WassymRivian
 

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I'm sure this would be way down the list, but it would be awesome if when in a phone call the truck would change the audio settings to the phone presets and then when done back to whatever you had it at. Maybe even allow you to set a default volume for phone calls and then revert to previous as well
 

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Dashcam functionality. They said they were working on that and it was slated for the fall, right?

And let me choose between the truck bed camera and tailgate camera for looking backwards. Sucks having a camera there but not way to use it to check on the load of stuff I have in the bed.
 

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#1 Please oh please let me disable the butt-off-seat stop the truck rule.
Use both your feet to drive when you are reversing. Resting on the brake pedal stops the auto-park nanny.
 

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I'd really be so happy if they fixed the key situation to work like regular car manufacturers. It is so unreliable. Last night I had to leave for an emergency and the truck kept wanting to present a key. I had to open my phone and mess with app to get it to recognize.
 

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I'd really be so happy if they fixed the key situation to work like regular car manufacturers. It is so unreliable. Last night I had to leave for an emergency and the truck kept wanting to present a key. I had to open my phone and mess with app to get it to recognize.
How is the fob unlike every other manufacturer right now? Honestly curious. I don't use it much because the phone has worked perfectly for me, but I can understand not loving the PaaK option. The reason I don't use the fob is both because I don't like one more thing in my pocket and because after 4 years of a Tesla, I'd never remember to manually lock the truck when walking away from it
 


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How is the fob unlike every other manufacturer right now?
From my understanding the fob does not offer a proximity-based unlock even though the hardware apparently exists on it. That's pretty key (hah) for me because that's how I use my current fob. It's always in my pocket but I don't have to remove it or press anything on it to get in to my Lexus. I just walk up to the vehicle, there's a little touch sensor on the handle, and as long as the vehicle senses the fob nearby when I touch it the vehicle unlocks.
 

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Dashcam functionality.
 

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From my understanding the fob does not offer a proximity-based unlock even though the hardware apparently exists on it. That's pretty key (hah) for me because that's how I use my current fob. It's always in my pocket but I don't have to remove it or press anything on it to get in to my Lexus. I just walk up to the vehicle, there's a little touch sensor on the handle, and as long as the vehicle senses the fob nearby when I touch it the vehicle unlocks.
Proximity unlocking with the fob is coming.
 

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From my understanding the fob does not offer a proximity-based unlock even though the hardware apparently exists on it. That's pretty key (hah) for me because that's how I use my current fob. It's always in my pocket but I don't have to remove it or press anything on it to get in to my Lexus. I just walk up to the vehicle, there's a little touch sensor on the handle, and as long as the vehicle senses the fob nearby when I touch it the vehicle unlocks.
That’s not proximity unlocking, it’s touch. Kinda different. I know what you’re saying, though, I liked that feature on my old IS350.
 

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That’s not proximity unlocking, it’s touch. Kinda different. I know what you’re saying, though, I liked that feature on my old IS350.
Honda/Acura have proximity locking with their fobs. Just walk away and it locks.

I don't know if Rivian has a sensor in their door handles, or not. I hope they do. I'd love it if they could enable unlocking by pushing on the handle when fob is present, rather than auto-presenting every time the phone goes in/out of range.

I feel like the last OTA update made proximity key worse. Now I hear the truck constantly (un)locking when I'm sitting on the couch watching TV. I'm not moving. My phone isn't moving. But the truck is locking and unlocking.
 

 
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