Does anyone know how to of if you can reset the "playlists" menu when your iPhone is connected via bluetooth? When I am connected and navigate to "browse">"my iphone">"playlists" it is a mess of disorganized playlists of which most are no longer on my iPhone. I do subscribe to apple music and I believe a lot of the playlists are related to playlists generated through there. That aside, there are still a number of duplicated playlists, they are out of order etc. I searched around google but didn't find much. Thanks
Thanks, I didn't realize the resolution in the infotainment monitor was different. The resolution looks very crisp when using the standard audio screen, CarPlay,etc. I'm surprised it couldn't display a camera signal that looks better than 480P...
Anyone know if replacing the backup cam is as simple as swapping the camera in the tailgate? I have a 2019 with the non HD back up camera and (as prefaced in all the other threads) the image quality and night time performance are quite bad for a 2019 MY vehicle. Just curious if anyone has tried this or knows if its possible or not.
Just purchased a new 2019 RST over the weekend. So far loving the truck. That said, when my phone is connected and using Apple Carplay, I feel like the black levels are really washed out. It almost appears grey. I can't tell if this just the angle that the screen is at (which I think could be part of it) or if there is something wrong with carplay. When you are on the stock radio interface there is a lot of black and its a very dark/deep black. I realize this is kind of a knit pick, but just curious if anyone else has noticed this?
I was thinking the same thing. Just got a 2019 RST and didn't realize it wasn't the HD back up camera. Could it really be that hard to swap out the tailgate mechanism with camera? would love to here if someone has done this
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