Can't install zed python api on jetson nano

ZED SDK Version for Jetson: 3.5
Platform: Jetson Nano, Ubuntu 18.04, Jetpack version 4.6

i followed the steps to download the python api from the official stereolabs website and this is the output

python3 /usr/local/zed/
→ Downloading to ‘/home/jan’
Detected platform:
Python 3.6
→ Checking if exists and is available

Unsupported platforms, no pyzed file available for this configuration
It can be manually installed from source

Why is there no CUDA detected? Thank you and appreciate any help.

Hi @jan,

The ZED SDK unfortunately does not support JetPack 4.6 yet (the available versions are listed here under “SDK Downloads” tab) , this is why you were not able to install the API properly. We are planning to support JetPack 4.6 in the next major release, but in the mean time, would it be possible for you to re-flash your Jetson with JetPack 4.5 and try to install the ZED SDK once again ? Sorry for the inconvenience

Platform: Jetson Xavier, Ubuntu 18.04, Jetpack version 4.6
I have the same problem here with Jetpack version 4.6, and I already set it up to run from ssd card. I do not want to reflash it to 4.5 and ruin everything. Can I please know when 4.6 will be supported? Or at least is there a way to get around this issue?

Hello @Reza,

Indeed, the ZED SDK unfortunately doesn’t support JetPack 4.6 yet. It will be supported in the next major release (SDK 3.6), planned in the next few weeks.
Sorry for the inconvenience

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This is unbelievable.

I already had a Jetson Nano so a lot of hours went into setting it up with the JetPack 4.6 version. I’m not going to flash anything. I’m simply going to send back the camera that I bought because it is simply unbelievable that you just tell people to re-install their environment to support your product. What a shame…