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Discussion in 'Software Updates' started by kkillebrew, Dec 31, 2019.
Currently on 50.1 very buggy.
Bug fix only
i'm hoping this fixes the voice recog - works only about 10% of the time since 50.1
50.5 fixed a lot of the voice command issues for me, except they only work when using the steering wheel button. It doesnt recognize me talking if I hit the microphone button....hopefully this patch fixes all the bugs in 50.X
Taking longer than normal to install. Was 60% and just noticed it rolled back to 30%.
update: release notes same as previous, but hoping for bug fixes
50.7 is still buggy for voice commands HW3....maybe slightly improved
Hope bugfixes for voice commands. Here in Europe voice commands where useless after updating to 50.1. Also updating 50.5 did not solve all problems.
How does the normal (not nerdy) tesla owner get a hold of all the possible voice commands?
Release notes are very brief
Why are the voice commands not stored locally on the car? Big risk to use LTE or WIFI to acces these commands? Or is Tesla planning in the feature to make this part of the paid connectivity package?
Updated both tesla's MX'19FSD-HW3 and M3'19FSD-HW3
Big problems with voice command whether on WiFi or LTE. Sometimes in excess of one minute delay in taking voice to text then maybe it will make change or maybe it won’t. I don’t understand why.
Mean while, Siri and Stats App work perfectly each and every time but with limited menu of choices.
I know Resla voice commands can work because they work sometimes.
Can’t get any commands to work on my MX Raven regardless of wifi / LTE. I’m on .7
Over here no improvements with voice commands and 50.7.
The old command "go to" (and the google search for that address) is not working at all.
Get constant the message "command not understood" Strange message because my system language is in Dutch?
I use this, guessing what the nearest working equivalent in my language would be:
V10.2 Tesla Voice Commands
But, yes, the thing is not working for me neither since 50.1 with almost the same behaviour as yours. I'm currently on 50.5
Tesla seriously needs to stop releasing a patch every two days, if it is only kind of fixing something, and put more time into releasing something stable. This is getting annoying at this point. I would much rather have them take two weeks and release a stable fix for these issues...
That’s why they have the toggle for “advanced” on software updates.
Yeah, nothing like getting crappy releases faster! That has absolutely nothing to do with them putting out bad software, and it’s pretty sad if not using advanced updates is the fix for poor QA, and a lack of regression testing...
they might need to selectively enable different debug or trace/audit levels.
my guess is that heavy tuning is happening and even algorithm selection, which is code update and not just data update. just a guess, though.
if you don't like updates, get off the fast-update train. really, its that simple.
I’m still on 2019.40.2.x but had been having voice control issues for ages so I reset this who car, yep factory default and set up personal settings again. No problem since. No idea if it would help with the newer updates but mine had been rubbish for a good number of previous versions too. Up to you if you want to give a factory reset a go as you do lose all settings but defo worked for me. Extreme but sometimes extreme is worth a try
The release cadence of late, has been surprising, though also nice to see - especially for the Advanced updates chain. As this is the entire intent of selecting Advanced. Choosing Advanced and then being upset by the pace of releases on it, seems irrational to me.
That said, I would be curious to see what releases made it out to the Standard deployment group over the last say 60 days and what version they are on now.
You decide on a release you're OK with, and then stop doing updates unless there's something you really know you want and the new release doesn't have any reported problems after a couple of weeks. I figured that out in 2016 (I think), so there's nothing new here, sadly.