Count me in the group of Android users that's having too many failures with the phone key concept that Tesla is trying shove down our throats. At least half of the time, my phone (Google Pixel) won't connect to the car and I have to pull it out and toggle the Bluetooth on-off to get it to connect. Thankfully, this reliably corrects the problem. I've resorted to just manually toggling on-off the Bluetooth on my phone while approaching the car so I won't be stuck fiddling around with my phone trying to get in the car. This got me thinking that there should be a way to use Tasker (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.dinglisch.android.taskerm&hl=en_US) to automate this process. The learning curve with Tasker is extremely high and the interface is not intuitive at all. After putting hours into trying to figure it out, I can't make it do what I want. The task I want to perform is automatically toggling off-on the phone's Bluetooth when I approach the car. The problem I'm having is how to trigger the task. One way I thought to do it is to have Tasker store the GPS coordinates of the car and toggle the Bluetooth when the phone comes back to the location, but that seems like it would be a huge battery drain on the phone. Another way I tried was to use the "Bluetooth Near" state to detect the car's Bluetooth and then toggle the phone's Bluetooth on-off, but it doesn't always detect the car, which is the underlying problem. Maybe someone else with more experience with Tasker can come up with something? At this point, I'd settle for a Bluetooth toggle button on my phone's home screen to save a few taps.