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2017.40.1 e29b97f

Discussion in 'Model X' started by Peteybabes, Oct 12, 2017 at 1:07 PM.

  1. Peteybabes

    Peteybabes redneck drivin' a tesla...

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    Just got this message: "Software version 2017.40.1 e29b97f was just detected on a Tesla model XP90D with Autopilot hardware. The highest previous version was 2017.38.4 be12575. You were alerted per your settings on TeslaFi.com."

    let the fun begin! :D
     
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  2. Pale_Rider

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    Apparently it adds AEB to HW 2.5 cars, Camper Mode (leave your AC/Heater on until you battery gets to 20%), save adjustable headrest setting to your driver profile and set a distance for when to open/close your homelinked garage/gate, plus the added supercharger charging capability that rolled out a release or two ago...
     
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  3. d21mike

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    I got Remote S mainly for camper mode setting. Looking forward to this.
     
  4. Peteybabes

    Peteybabes redneck drivin' a tesla...

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    is this also the update that allows the steering wheel to move up and out of the way when you put the car in park? :D (please? i hope)
     
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  6. shaark

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    Re-posting the release notes to this thread
     

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    I Love this work around for multiple issues from another thread.
    Solves your issue mentioned above as well.

     
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  9. chillaban

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    If you have AP2.5, you should've gotten some email communications from Tesla regarding Automatic Emergency Braking not being activated at time of delivery.

    Other than that, you might be able to tell by viewing the manual for your car (or checking the settings) for the presence of Automatic Emergency Braking. AP2 now has AEB enabled from 5mph to 90mph (mentioned in the manual). I presume AP2.5 would not have such mention in the manual.
     
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    I hope since it has all the Homelink stuff, it has the fix for the ‘sometimes broken after one use’ Homelink issue. I was told Monday that that fix would be in a ‘future release’.
     
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    boaterva Supporting Member

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    AP2.5 cars don’t have the AEB settings. They should have it after loading 17.40.1.
     
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  12. chillaban

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    Thanks for confirming!

    After a long string of being wrong while saying things confidently, I decided that I'll take a wishy-washy approach to everything I haven't seen with my own eyes :D

    (It was fun living the American Dream for a while though)
     
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  13. boaterva

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    Lol... *I’m* assuming they have the settings after 17.40.1 but they have to, no?

    I can confirm they don’t before. :D
     
  14. shaark

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    On 17.40.1 for AP2.5 I now see the option for Automatic Emergency Braking
     

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  15. don123

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    Wow, about 10,000 cars are on 2017.40.1! They got it in the past two days.

    Here's why: ev-fw.com reports that 651 cars got 2017.34. That appeared to be rolled out to everyone at a time when there were no other substantial firmware releases out there. So, that 651 represents all of the 200,000 Teslas in the world, and each car/install on ev-fw represents 300 actual cars (200,000÷651). According to ev-fw there are presently 28 cars on 2017.40.1. Therefore, 10,000 (28 x 300) cars are on 2017.40.1.

    Evidently 0.3 percent of the owners (1÷300) are us fanatics who post our firmware updates to ev-fw.

    If you, like me, are still on 2017.34, don't feel too bad, we have lots of company ... about 100,000. About 66,000 are on 2017.36, and about 33,000 are on 2017.38.

    Am I in the ballpark or am I losing my mind? Please don't nitpick.
     
  16. chillaban

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    I think you’re definitely in the right ballpark.
     
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