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?
Just got the new OTA update 2022.35.03:
Remote Cabin preconditioning Temp adjustment
New Rear accessory Setting
Driver+ settings now persistent after updates
Improvements to infotainment system including Alexa

 

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Yet another update without text messaging integration. Awesome.
 

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I didn't see this one anywhere in the wish-list, so I must be the only one that lives near forest fires. The R1's desperately need a quickly accessible recirculate button on the front page/screen that can quickly be pressed as needed. Additionally, there needs to be a way to lock it so that the R1 can't automatically "decide" that it's time for outside air. Dozens of times this year, this Fuc!&@^$ truck has literally gassed me by "automatically" turning off recirc and sucking in forest fire smoke from the fires burning 20 miles away from our home in the Pacific NW. From the time it takes me to navigate around in the menu to get to the climate controls and press the recirc button for the 47th time on my way to work, it already sucked in a cabin's worth of smoke. It was actually bad enough for a week that I drove the Hyundai Palisade instead because the recirc works the way it should and I can turn off all that automatic crap. Finally, a real reason to wear an N95 mask while driving alone - Forest fires in a Rivian!
Just for reference my Dodge pickup eventually had a recall that removed the ability for 100% circulate. It's now like 90%, they found if you left it on indefinitely in certain climates you would get too much humidity and egg smell and corrosion or something else in the system.
 

 
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