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Peteybabes

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Hello All,

I received this email from TeslaFi.com yesterday afternoon:

"Software version 17.32.41 was just detected on a Tesla model S85D with Autopilot hardware. The highest previous version was 17.28.27. You were alerted per your settings on TeslaFi.com."

I guess us AP1.0 owners have something new to look forward to...?

Anybody know if AP2.0 cars are getting this up date or something else?
 
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boaterva

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I suspect 17.32.41 is just the base version of the 2017.32 release that's trickling out. TeslaFi seems to only send out notifications when it detects a traditional version (which only lasts for a minute or so in the new system where a base version is patched right away after an update)
If it never sends out notices for the 'real' versions, this will be confusing. I was wondering how people even knew about the 'base' numbers recently since not that many people have root/file system access, and that sure answers that!

From ev-fw:
upload_2017-8-21_14-13-47.png


It looks like even the new 02cb/41 version is slowing down after a good start last week.. nothing seems to have been rolling out with real speed recently...
 

chillaban

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If it never sends out notices for the 'real' versions, this will be confusing. I was wondering how people even knew about the 'base' numbers recently since not that many people have root/file system access, and that sure answers that!

From ev-fw:
View attachment 242833

It looks like even the new 02cb/41 version is slowing down after a good start last week.. nothing seems to have been rolling out with real speed recently...

I think a lot of people were hoping the funky new versions are either a mistake or a temporary thing. As time goes on, sure looks like it is here to stay. I’m sure TeslaFi and EV-FW will get updated to properly support them :).


It definitely looks like 2017.32 is a slow trickle update and they’ve stopped it at this point. Based off past experience with the 17.24/26 series, I guess this means at some point this week we will be getting another update.
 
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boaterva

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I think a lot of people were hoping the funky new versions are either a mistake or a temporary thing. As time goes on, sure looks like it is here to stay. I’m sure TeslaFi and EV-FW will get updated to properly support them :).


It definitely looks like 2017.32 is a slow trickle update and they’ve stopped it at this point. Based off past experience with the 17.24/26 series, I guess this means at some point this week we will be getting another update.
I hear you... I understand using a new 'release' number, I don't understand still using a 'normal' (to us) base number. If the hash is the new release number internally, what's the one we are used to still doing there at all? Color me superconfused on that one.

I wish someone knew someone on the dev team that would spill just that one bean! :D
 

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