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2018.24.7 firmware

Discussion in 'Model 3: User Interface' started by N8Howell33, Jul 10, 2018.

  1. N8Howell33

    N8Howell33 Member

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    I don't yet have the update but it appears it has started rolling out. If you get it please include any screen shots and/or additional findings. It appears this may be a model 3 specific update (at least at this point)
     
  2. JZtheHW

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    Here are screen shots for 2018.24.7, just updated today on my model 3. I assume it is bug fixed version for 2018.24.1
     

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  3. brobison

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    Thanks for the quick update and info!
     
  4. Electroman

    Electroman Active Member

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    Any AP changes? Any good news on nag frequency?
     
  5. MrYenko

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    I hope so. My default grip on the wheel doesn't put enough torque on it to register, so I end up having to babysit the nag alerts more than I have to monitor autopilot itself.
     
  6. Shygar

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    How do you hold the steering wheel? I used to use 2 hands but I switched to one hand with my elbow resting on the armrest and I haven't had a single nag in months.
     
  7. WileyTheMan

    WileyTheMan Peanut Gallery Member

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    Yeah I generally lightly hang my right hand on the 5 o'clock position since I got my car in April and I have never gotten a nag.
     
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  8. omgwtfbyobbq

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    Hope it's coming soon, I've been on 21.9 forever.

     
  9. mtndrew1

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    Exactly the same here and can go hundreds of miles without a nag. Just the right amount of resistance.
     
  10. JZtheHW

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    Maybe it is a personal feeling, I pretty much use AP on every single day on freeway driving, I felt Autopolit handles the situation that someone cuts into my lance a bit smoother. Absolutely love the summon feature even it is a beta.

    I treat AP as driving assistance, watching the traffic while driving, hold the steering wheel and apply a bit of force on it once a while, rarely get the nag.
     
  11. SOULPEDL

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    I'm still on 2018.21, did I miss one? Is this thing on?

    No nags, Model 3. Don't get me started.
     
  12. mbranciforte

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    Thanks for the updates. I’m still stuck on 2018.21.9 too!! Feels like forever!
     
  13. N8Howell33

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    I think the vast majority of model 3 owners are on 2018.21.9 If you look @ Teslafi OR ev-fw, you will see the percentages of model 3's running 2018.24.X (which it appears .1 was pulled and now it's .7) is very low. I have had 2018.21.9 over a month now and am excited for summon but I understand if they are fixing bugs so it works better by the time majority of the fleet gets the update.
     
  14. Chris350

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    Picked my car up last Thursday 7/12.

    It had the 24.7 installed already.

    Last night, I received an update. It appears to be the same 24.7 that the indicated it already had.

    Not sure why....
     
  15. lee619

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    Had my car delivered today. Had 24.7. Woohoo!
     
  16. paladinfello

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    Car was delivered today with 21.9. Just finished updating to 24.7. Is anyone else scared as I am to summon it out of the garage?
     
  17. Dana1

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    It works great with 24.1. Stops as soon as you lift your finger off the button.
     
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  18. angelman

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    This may have come in an earlier update but I don't remember it working before. Pushing the rhs steering wheel ball right and left changes the follow distance of the autopilot. I had seen in other forums this was a much request feature.. but maybe it had been implemented earlier and I only just discovered it!
     
  19. swaltner

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    That was introduced in 2018.18 if not the previous release. That same release also let you adjust the cruise control set speed by scrolling the right wheel up/down.
     
  20. SDKoala

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    Pretty sure it was introduced in 12.1. I remember getting it in April.
     

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