Can you try www.fast.com on your Tesla web browser (when on LTE) and post your speed? I believe it should be > 1 Mbps when working correctly. I know that I'm only getting < 200 Kbps , and this is causing the streaming stuttering and loading errors.Just installed 2017.48 which showed up today. Release notes are the same as the .44 and .46. In the quick test I did, it appears streaming music is working better with this release - buffering faster and not encountering "loading error". This was a quick evaluation over 30 minutes just after installation. Not by any means a definitive proof it's fixed. But it definitely was working better for me over this short period.
You could use bluetooth streaming as a work around until it gets fixed. Have you got your Slacker account credentials from Tesla yet? Or throw some music onto a flash drive. I don't do radio either. My car can, but I can't.I had no idea others were having the super frustrating streaming issues. If my car were a video game I would have rage quit like 10x now. I actually turned on the damn FM radio! That lasted for 20 seconds of horrific ads. I then opted for silence which is equally frustrating because my $90k car has like 5 rattles. Sigh. I love this thing, and I hate this thing. All at the same time. (But love > hate)
Looking forward to installing. I just saw a ~500MB download happen so I assume my car has it queued up.
So much for net neutrality
Not to get into politics, but "net neutrality" enforcement even before was a case-by-case-basis thing. T-mobile's mobile streaming throttling was deemed "not a violation" but then AT&T and Verizon's nearly identical programs were deemed violations. But even then, the FCC changed hands before they got to figuring out what the punishment was for AT&T/Verizon.
At any rate, sad thing is, Netflix is frequently throttled and fast.com speed tests can paint a really pessimistic picture of bandwidth.