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    Sentry Mode recordings playback

    Thank you. My problem has been that the Dashcam icon on the Controls screen wouldn't do this and the one on the lower toolbar was hidden among other things in the apps tray (three dots icon.) Now I know.
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    Sentry Mode recordings playback

    Tesla Model 3 Software version V11.0 (2022.24.8 / 40c94504bec3) How can I play back recent past Sentry Mode recordings on the car's screen? What the Owner's Manual tells me is irrelevant to what I see on the screen. Thank you.
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    Get Around Tesla Spotify Frustrations [open spotify via in car browser]

    I shamefully take back what I've written on Aug. 24, starting this conversation. It worked well 2-3 days, then, maybe, Spotify noticed I hear unpaid music and the whole scheme collapsed. Now I'm already a Spotify paying customer and all is well---technically.
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    Get Around Tesla Spotify Frustrations [open spotify via in car browser]

    Here's a way to get around Tesla's Spotify outrageous ineptitude. 1. In the car: FM Radio > Change audio selection to an active but silent one---in my case, Bluetooth. 2. In the apps tray, select Browser. 3. In the browser URL line, write/select "open.spotify.com" Your Spotify profile page...
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    How can I initiate downloading a software update?

    Could it be a sub-version or an additional patch that I've cancelled?
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    How can I initiate downloading a software update?

    Yes, you can cancel, at least according to the notification you get from the app. That's what I did, I tapped "Cancel update."
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    How can I initiate downloading a software update?

    My current software version is 2022.20.6 A week ago I received a notification of a pending new update, to which I responded "Update." Thereafter the notification became "Software update is about to begin." This "about to begin" went on for over three days. (The car WiFi connection is fine.)...
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    Multiple phone keys: is there an issue in switching between active ones?

    The other day my wife and I went shopping with our brand new Model 3. We both have phone keys. She opened and drove the car using hers and I joined in the passenger seat. At the mall parking lot, she left with her phone, driver's door open, leaving the car to me and my phone to park. As I sat on...
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    How do I cancel the phone key function?

    Here's the best: When logged in your Tesla account, the Tesla Mobile App status indication is always displayed on your (Android) phone screen background. (Pull the screen down and you'll see it.) When expanded, you can use it to lock and unlock at will, not only the entire car but the trunks as...
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    How do I cancel the phone key function?

    That's too radical, don't you think? See my resolution.
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    How do I cancel the phone key function?

    I discovered it myself, here's my (tentative) experience. You can override the remote unlocking by locking the car with your key card upon leaving. Upon returning with a phone key, you'll find the doors unlocked. But to start the car you'll need to use the key card again.
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    How do I cancel the phone key function?

    My Android phone's Bluetooth range is too great for my Model-3 safety. The car is unlocked even when the phone is inside my home. Is there a way to override the remote unlocking, and if not, how do I cancel only the key function of the phone?
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    Wall Connector Power and Current Consumption

    Current settings are for output currents, not the current that goes into the WC.
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    Wall Connector Power and Current Consumption

    Gen. 3 Wall Connector manuals tell a lot about its current output but nothing about the max current it would draw from the AC power supply. This datum is definitely necessary for selecting the feed cable leads cross-sectional area and the circuit breaker strength. What is it, then? My car is...

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