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Discussion in 'Model S' started by malcolm, Jan 9, 2017.
Elon Musk on Twitter
Please post screenshots of any terms and conditions. Thanks.
nothing yet according to ev-fw.com
I suspect that *IF* Tesla gets the update out today, we should see reports trickle in tomorrow.
On the Seventeeth day of Christmas, my Tesla gave to me:
Auto Driver Profiles and
controls to adjust the frequency.
(Thanks to simakas)
That's not the new update
Yes it's definitely seven-swans-a-swimming in its randomness
Huh? That screenshot is not new. I've had all that for a couple weeks now. Probably around xmas.
Also, that version has the $0.40/min supercharger idle fee listed.
Though I haven't been able to figure out the details yet, some superchargers show $0.00/min, some show $0.40/min.
And no, it is NOT based on how busy they are (I was the only car at an 8-stall supercharger, still had $0.40/min listed)
The wait is getting to me.
Appears that non AP and AP1 vehicles are the only people who have received software update thus far.
Once again Tesla fails in the release notes department.
Why is it so hard to tell us what changed instead of carrying over the same inadequate release notes from the previous update? They keep monkeying with AP without telling us what they're doing.
One AP2 car got the update now according to ev-fw.
Maybe that one Model X AP2 car never gotten the Driver Profile update.
Looks like this update is not AP related.
* screenshot from Tesla Firmware Upgrade Tracker Web App
That's annoying. How do you miss a self imposed deadline 24 hours after you set it.
You must be new.
I don't think we know that yet. He stated that the update would go out "to first 1000 & to rest of fleet in shadow mode". Updates don't tend to go out to every single car in the fleet at once and those of us in the 1000 make up about 1% of it. Everyone else would ostensibly see an update with no change list and with no visible impact on anything.
Harris Ranch has $0.00/min and most (all?) the others I visited recently in California had the $0.40/min price. I suspect the owners of Harris Ranch opted to pay the overages (or request Tesla relax them) to motivate patrons to enjoy a long meal instead of dashing out quickly.
Someone already posted the release notes for 2.52.20 and it's the key fob and 5 bands equalizer updates.
Right. I'm assuming that if you receive an update with no changelist it would just show the previous release notes. And that if you receive an update to be run in shadow mode that it wouldn't show you the new changes until it gets activated. Obviously, both assumptions but reasonable ones, I think. It seems unlikely that they would send out another, newer update that's exactly the same as the one before it.
I am :-\. Eagerly awaiting even smart cruise control. Sucks when you pay $5k for an option that you can't use and don't know when you'll be able to.