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So I was out of town but remotely did two updates. I am now running 2.0.14. But I have none of the new features. No instant on display. No auto dimming high beams. No turn by turn in center console, etc. Anybody else seeing this or know why?
 

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So I was out of town but remotely did two updates. I am now running 2.0.14. But I have none of the new features. No instant on display. No auto dimming high beams. No turn by turn in center console, etc. Anybody else seeing this or know why?
I would say be patient for the update...
My understanding is that they have broken the update into several small releases. I have received 5 updates (2.0.18) so far, and I believe there are a couple of more still to come. SO, I guess, be patient.
 

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I was thinking...how hard would it be to have a CATV jack on the car so you could plug it in and get the updates via ethernet as opposed to OTA? Seems like updates could be uploaded way faster with a hard line connection. I have a 100ft cable I'd just run from my router out to the car when I got a notice that an update was available for my car.
Just seems it would be way faster and way more reliable. Still have OTA for those who can't, or don't want to do a direct ethernet connection.
 

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I was thinking...how hard would it be to have a CATV jack on the car so you could plug it in and get the updates via ethernet as opposed to OTA? Seems like updates could be uploaded way faster with a hard line connection. I have a 100ft cable I'd just run from my router out to the car when I got a notice that an update was available for my car.
Just seems it would be way faster and way more reliable. Still have OTA for those who can't, or don't want to do a direct ethernet connection.
Welcome to the forum @Tdub59! I think one of the biggest things is that with OTA updates is that it can happen automatically. Whereas a hardwire would require people to be actively on top of their updates. I imagine car companies think it's too much of a hassle to install and deal with a port for a hardwire update.
 

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Don't disagree with you, but with all the issues I'm reading about around the OTA updates if direct connection were an option I would use it. A simple push notification saying update XX.XX is available for download and if you don't connect within 48 hrs it will automatically be done OTA.. that way it happens regardless.
 

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Don't disagree with you, but with all the issues I'm reading about around the OTA updates if direct connection were an option I would use it. A simple push notification saying update XX.XX is available for download and if you don't connect within 48 hrs it will automatically be done OTA.. that way it happens regardless.
I'm all for them including it as an option, can't be that hard or costly but it all depends on demand I guess. It's rare that I see a request like this for updates. Not sure if that's what Lucid is seeing.

Have you tried reaching out to Lucid by any chance?
 

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I am in the same boat. I just got 2.0.14 and no changes whatsoever. Called customer service and they will push 2.0.15 which is a 90 minute download which hopefully will contain all the new updates I was hoping for. Well see.
 

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So I was out of town but remotely did two updates. I am now running 2.0.14. But I have none of the new features. No instant on display. No auto dimming high beams. No turn by turn in center console, etc. Anybody else seeing this or know why?
I was just updated to 2.0.24 and I got autodimming high beam and highway assist with that.
 
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