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Well this is neat, apparently under "My GMC Studio" they have video streaming apps.

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With it running Android Automotive, I can see it getting other apps pretty quickly. Here are some the article mentions below being worked on:


Exciting things to come.
 

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Great review. Not sure if I would be willing to loan my brand new Hummer EV to you tuber, but I appreciate it.
Yeah, especially when there was snow all over, to loan out your new Hummer to have them test.... I do not know that I would have been willing to do that either, but I am glad that someone did.
 

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Great review. Not sure if I would be willing to loan my brand new Hummer EV to you tuber, but I appreciate it.
I was thinking the same thing... Especially in that snowy weather to loan out your new truck that you have waited for so long... But I guess it turned out OK and I am happy that the owner did, so we could get another review...
 

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Here is their review of the audio system:

Use the steering wheel control buttons on the back side of the wheel (where your fingers naturally land) for volume and seek/station/track select. Hopefully everyone is going out to the GMC "how to" videos, as we go more in-depth than this review on how your new HummerEV functions.
 

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Use the steering wheel control buttons on the back side of the wheel (where your fingers naturally land) for volume and seek/station/track select. Hopefully everyone is going out to the GMC "how to" videos, as we go more in-depth than this review on how your new HummerEV functions.
Also, you can use your cluster setting on the right side of the screen for track advancement if you are using the Google or other screen.
 

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Use the steering wheel control buttons on the back side of the wheel (where your fingers naturally land) for volume and seek/station/track select. Hopefully everyone is going out to the GMC "how to" videos, as we go more in-depth than this review on how your new HummerEV functions.
I love those buttons and use them all the time on my GM and Jeep products. Ever since I saw them first on my first generation Liberty, I have always thought that they were ingenious- if you know they are there. Btw: please keep putting out more videos on the Hummer - especially the infotainment system. I think a good comprehensive one just on that would be helpful just to help teach people things on stuff they would not even be aware of. Like buttons on the back if the steering wheel!
 

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I love those buttons and use them all the time on my GM and Jeep products. Ever since I saw them first on my first generation Liberty, I have always thought that they were ingenious- if you know they are there. Btw: please keep putting out more videos on the Hummer - especially the infotainment system. I think a good comprehensive one just on that would be helpful just to help teach people things on stuff they would not even be aware of. Like buttons on the back if the steering wheel!
I find the track ones a little irritating because the Regen paddle isn't in a position where I can hit it if my hands are at 9 and 3, like it was on my 2018 Bolt. The biggest thing I didn't like about the 2022 refresh.
 
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