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2019.20.1

Discussion in 'Model 3' started by notAnExpert, Jun 7, 2019.

  1. notAnExpert

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    I got 2019.20.1 about an hour ago. I live in CA and have h/w 2.5 with AP+FSD. I'm not in the early access program. I have no idea what's new in this firmware because I'm out of the country now. Release notes don't seem to show up in the phone app. But I still got a kick out of sitting on a couch thousands of miles away from the car and updating its firmware. Kind'a cool!

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  2. NewTMSMan

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    Model S HW 2.0 --> Release notes just had an update for Dog Mode to send an alert every 30 minutes when activated.
     
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  3. JayCee

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    Same here on my 2017 Model S FSD equipped
     
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  4. ElectricLee

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    2019.20.1 did not have Enhanced Summons.
     
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  6. Zoomit

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    About freakin time! This will be a nice step towards helping people understand why their charge rates are limited.
     
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  7. willow_hiller

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    I'm hoping the color of the icon also changes if things get outside of a normal range. Otherwise Tesla might get a lot of panicked Roadside Assistance calls saying their battery is overheating. I think most people would worry about anything over 100 F, even though I've heard they can get hotter.
     
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  8. TT97

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    I'd rather have the dashcam thumb drive available space/percentage on the UI.
     
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  9. khoadpham

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    Why stop there? Integrate a dashcam, sentry viewer into the UI!
     
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  10. Eno Deb

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    Better yet, automatically delete old Sentry recordings when the USB storage is nearly full.

    According to Reddit the battery temperature does not seem to show on the Model 3 unfortunately.
     
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  11. t0mmyr

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    all they need to do is add VLC media player as an app with local browsing
     
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  12. spindrome

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    Allow the UI to play sentry videos (or any videos for that matter) only when the car is in Park. Can't be that hard to do.
     
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  13. Doutt

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    Here's what I'm seeing with this update. (2018 Model X P100D)
     

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  14. notAnExpert

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    I asked my daughter to take a picture of the screen. It doesn't look like any major feature has been added. My prior version was 2019.16.2.
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  15. dcdttu

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    What's really strange is that this version seems to be both beta and not? Beta releases don't get on-screen release notes, yet these releases are.
     
  16. dailo

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    There are two different builds with a slightly different ID. Only EAP users are getting the one with smart summon.
     
  17. Kirby64

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    Per another thread, 2019.20.0.1 is the Early Access release. This is just a regular release.
     
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  18. notAnExpert

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    The beta release number had four parts – 2019.20.0.1. Stable release number is three parts – 2019.20.1. It appears that the two releases don't have anything to do with each other.
     
  19. BCNY

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    I don't care about new features, as long as this fixes my issue with "Reduced power, Front motor Disabled" that the Tech said was a known bug and would be fixed in 2019.20.

    Having the car fully functional with its 2 motors is the best feature for me.
     
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  20. gtmotor

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    Lol you must not live in a hot climate... I've seen interior temps over 170 F in my heavily tinted car already this year. Won't surprise me to see battery temps over 120 F just sitting there.

    But I agree, I hope they add something to indicate what the normal range is. Most people don't realize their ICE cars operate coolant temps over 200 F and oil temps over 250 F.
     
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