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    I'm gonna check the next time I fill my car with gas... Hmmmm

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    Bar for me. I'm in france :-)

    Quick question: I have TPMS in my car but it is calculated using the ABS system. I have no sensors in the tyres or stuff like that. Will this work for me?

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    Unfortunately, no you can't use the factory ones. This is for the kit made by a forum member and sold at mp3car store. SNO

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    If you have a CANBUS it might be possible to get the info out of there.

    But that would mean separate coding, a plugin or an embedded exe.

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    Hadaak,

    If you've already got TPMS in your car through the ABS system, you don't really need this. Heck, a system built into the ABS is probably better, as it has a good chance of knowing which tire has a problem without needing to map sensors to specific tire locations.

    Anyway, I expect to put up a new Release version tonight. Lots of improvements and added functionality. Going forward, the plan is to use the AutoAppMart for hosting Release versions. And use the forum here for hosting Test versions. Of course, release-notes and history will still be updated here in the threads of this forurm.

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    Another update from Santa! Looks like joycon support is coming to Driveline. Hopefully there will be a couple of tester's out there with the joycon to test. SNO

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    I have had the Joycon operating flawlessly the past couple days with Driveline. I only have 5 buttons on my car, Volume Up, Down, Source, Arrow L and Arrow R.

    When I press source, it toggles music playing between the only 2 sources I have available, HD Radio, and Media. When playing media, the Arrow L and R change songs in my playlist next or previous. When playing HD Radio, it seeks station up or down. Volume up/down works as expected too.

    It is so nice to not have to reach over to the touchscreen and select everything, because my Camaro is bouncy while driving, but steering wheel buttons make it easy. The Joycon sopports more functions than I know how to utilize, but these basic functions are awesome. There are all kinds of remote steering wheel buttons that people can add on, you just have to check Joycon's site to see which are compatible.

    -Robert

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    That sounds great rray. I don't have radio controls on my wheel, but I ordered the test button's and a joycon to test it out. Glad your helping out with the testing! SNO

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