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Browser super slow, GPS fail, black screens

doghousePVD

My grandfather’s car
Dec 3, 2018
666
613
New England, USA
I’m having a lot of software issues the last few days

2020.47.30, 2018 100D

GPS stopped reporting position for hours. Map appeared as normal. Rebooted multiple times (2 finger, 4 finger brake, total menu off). VERY long time to return from reboot, several minutes to 15 minutes every time. Also the side cameras stopped working.

This was my first day towing a new travel trailer (sub freezing weather) so so very annoying since energy calculations ceased, too. Browser (ABRP) very very slow even with good reception, WiFi, etc.

Today cameras and GPS returned. While driving all screens went black. After waiting a few minutes black, did 4 finger reboot and several more minutes later came back.

Roadside service said they couldn’t do anything. 877 service said they couldn’t see anything wrong. He said he sent a GPS reset but not sure it happened. The problems persisted for 24 hours after my conversation.

Suggestions?
 

GtiMart

Active Member
Nov 13, 2019
1,572
1,435
Quebec City, Canada
Might not help much but the web browser in my model 3 has always been slow. Netflix, youtube are slow as well. I don't have any of your other problems. I'm just saying you probably shouldn't assume there's something wrong because the browser is slow. Not having GPS or losing screens on the other hand is a significant issue.
 

doghousePVD

My grandfather’s car
Dec 3, 2018
666
613
New England, USA
The browser, as you said, always has been slow. I’ve been driving almost two years

It is now super slow in comparison to how it used to be. Several minutes to load a static page.
 

dark cloud

Active Member
Apr 14, 2018
2,128
2,485
BC
I don’t know. How can I test?

You have the MCU2, so your flash drive, which I believe is 32GB, should not be the issue like the older 8GB MCU1 Model S's who have been getting upgraded to a 64GB version (and some are upgrading to the MCU2 for more money)

Are you still under full warranty? If so take it in.
 

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