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Discussion in 'Model S' started by sorka, Aug 29, 2018.
I have access to my car though tesla's app, just tried it
just dont log out of your app and your ok..
Is this for model 3 users working with bluetooth?
Yikes, what if you happen to use your Watch for everything including driving (like I've been considering) and your key happens to be at home?
The phone still works to drive the model 3 not the model S though. There must be some serious “maintenance” going on, the app has not been fully functional since last night.
Looks like they finally added PIN to drive for security.
Where do you see this? I remember reading it online somewhere, but is this out or planned out? And the app is back working again.
Story just published in Electrek Tesla is rolling out extra layer of security with ‘improved cryptography’ key fob and optional ‘PIN to Drive’ feature. If it's out already I don't see it in my Model X running 2018.32.2.
always bring 2 forms of entry. Your primary method may fail at the worst possible time (rain, snow, dark, hot, cold, whatever)
Lol well I guess I was the one to lock my car keys and apartment keys inside my apartment when I shut my front door to leave. Saw my handles did not present and I was like... Oh no. Time to go to the agency and get the spare.
Yeah well guess what save my ass feature didn't save my ass today...
Tesla says that customers with older Model S key fobs can contact Tesla’s service department to upgrade their key fob.
At what cost? free of charge?
I would hope so. I don't see them charging people
I'm in Saturday; I will find out....
I was at the SC today and they said they don’t know anything about upgrading Key Fobs yet.
Right.. however the vast majority are in the USA - I would use a standard 1-3 PST/PDT for a maintenance window ... sure if in purpose