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Discussion in 'Software: Firmware Updates, Features, Tesla App' started by nimrooz, Dec 27, 2019.
Installing 2019.40.2.5 now, anyone else have this?
Seems Europe focused.
With mcu1, I don't get the release notes, so I don't know what it contains...
Same here. Just close the blank notes page, hit the car icon in lower left corner, tap Software then tap Release Notes. Odds are the notes will then appear.
It’s a dot release so likely no new features, just bug fixes
Hopefully it fixes the broken mic for voice control! I was looking forward to that but it only works 1 out of 10 times with the previous release.
So it seemingly adds Smart Summon which would be very exciting if it were true. Now have SS in app, but doesn’t work. No other changes from my previous version.
note: I’m in the UK where SS hasn’t been approved by regulators.
But have your summon improved?
I just got this release, smart summon seems to be available now, but i need to test on "non public" road. Anyone has my problem? No theater, no video streaming. It seems strange as I should have it, now on 10.1
No theater is because of mcu1 I guess, what ap and mcu do you have?
Also, if in EU, have you tested smart summon?
It’s practically useless due to current regulations. You need to be right beside or inside the car for it to work and will only drive about 10m, as opposed to 20m in the release notes. Also, max speed is 3kmh (2mph)...
More correctly - Tesla hasn't bothered to apply for regulatory approval in th EU!
If this is the case, they have lied regarding the eu wouldn't approve the functions.
Do you have any sources?
Plenty of posts from Musk not applying for approval *yet* Elon Musk on Twitter
I'm possible wrong, but I understand this in a way that regulatory approval have been applied for, but not approved yet.
Guys, this isn’t how it works.
Tesla needs general EU approval for their software. They regularly apply for that with the Dutch RDW.
Next to this EU follows UNECE regulations. These define what functionality is allowed. All functionality that is not described in UNECE is forbidden. Tesla therefore has to follow UNECE.
They lead in FSD-related functions so they have given a lot of input for the next UNECE update. Until then current UNECE is the limiting factor.